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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Stephon Marbury Goes In On The Greatest: "Michael Fake Jordan Is A Sellout"

Stephon Marbury Calls Michael Jordan A “Fake” And A “Sellout”

Before you ask, yes Stephon Marbury is still alive and yes he's still playing basketball somewhere in China.

If you're unfamiliar with the former NBA All-Star who became less famous for his statistics and more popular for live-streaming himself crying to R. Kelly, eating Vaseline and getting into a car accident, then don't feel bad.

Starbury is supposedly in debt for a sneaker company that started out as a great idea for a low priced shoe everyone could afford. That part I'm not too happy about, son tried to make a difference.

Hearing Steph stick up for the players is interesting, although this may have just been some good old hatred since he's not in the league and Michael Jordan can't affect him technically.

But since Mike is a Bobcat owner and is in on the lockout negotiations keeping players from getting more of a fair share, Stephon is speaking up.

So here it is, my fellow Brooklynite's words that won't do much to bug the greatest ever but it may alert others to what he's really done with his iconic status. Tell us what you think.

"Micheal Fake Jordan is a sell out. #Period. He forgot which hole he came out of. I said it "Stephon X Marbury"... MJ went from MJ the black cat to a guy who forgot he was a player.

Sell your team if you can't make a profit.. Your just a regular dude now! ... When he rapped the Bulls for 36 million for one year no ones said nothing about that...

He's just a man. I know he's some people's GOd but real is real. Dude forgot he played and demanded millions... he wasn't my idol I just loved his game.

He never did nothing that I knew about to change the life off of the court other then hit cats over the head for a 100 150 dollar sneakers and still doing it.

Jim Brown said it best. Micky mouse type cat. Wave and break you pocket for as long as he can.

he didn't create nothing. The game was played way before him...

Trina Working With Rick Ross On New Album, No Longer Affiliated With Slip-N-Slide [Video]

Trina Speaks On Working With Rick Ross

Could the Diamond Princess be the newest member of Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group?

While Trina's move to MMG isn't official, the Miami rapper did reveal that she has split ties with Slip-N-Slide records and is working with Rick Ross on her next album.

"I'm not the kid on Slip-n-Slide's roster anymore," Trina said to Sway of MTV's Rap Fix.

"I've spent my whole career with Slip-n-Slide — five albums — and I'm really excited about going forward without them, but I still look at them as family, no matter what."

"Ross has been a mentor in my career from the start," she said of Rozay.

"Even before the world got a chance to see him, he was a part of my team."

"For him to come out and be very successful and do his thing and for me to still have him in my life, it's a blessing."

"For me to work with him on my sixth album and have him there to guide it, understand what I want and see my vision, that means everything to me."

It'll be interesting to see how the Trina and Ross situation develops leading inot her next album.

Watch Trina's interview with MTV's Rap Fix here:

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As Penn State students riot for Joe Paterno, others ask 'why?'

The late-night firing of legendary football coach Joe Paterno sent some Penn State students into the streets Wednesday night, with a handful clashing with police, knocking down sign posts, shattering car windows and turning over trash cans and newspaper boxes.

A throng of students even overturned a television news van -- apparently symbolizing their wrath at the media, which they largely blamed for the ouster of the beloved coach they call Joe Pa.

Law enforcement officers used pepper spray on some of the students. But when it became clear they had lost control of the crowd, they stood back, allowing the largely non-violent crowd of young men and women to vent their outrage.

PHOTOS: Riot at Penn State

The impromptu street protest capped a day of twists and turns on the Penn State campus, which finds itself engulfed in a child sex-abuse scandal. The details of that scandal are continuing to unfold.

Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was charged over the weekend with 40 counts of sexual abuse of children, including sexually assaulting a 10-year-old boy in a campus shower in 2002. He says he is not guilty.

Further, two school executives have stepped down amid allegations that they helped cover up suspicions of child abuse to protect the school and its vaunted football program.

Paterno learned of the 2002 incident, but passed the matter along to the school's athletic director and never alerted law enforcement authorities, officials investigating the case said.

Some observers have seen that as a moral failing for a man who preached "success with honor" to his players. Paterno himself acknowledged as much. "This is a tragedy," the 84-year-old coach told the media Wednesday. "It is one of the great sorrows of my life. With the benefit of hindsight, I wish I had done more."

In light of Paterno's reported lack of action and subsequent admission, the rioting of Penn State students was puzzling to some in the online world. "The students at penn state should [be] rioting over children losing innocence....not coaches losing jobs!" said one tweet.

Paterno had announced Wednesday morning that he would step down as coach at the end of the season. But amid the outrage, Penn's State's Board of Trustees held an executive session late Wednesday night and fired him and school President Graham Spanier, triggering the protests.

To keep readers up to date on this developing story, the L.A. Times has created a page dedicated to full coverage throughout the day and beyond.

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