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Sunday, November 13, 2011

#AngelsDoExist Mini-doc Dir/Prod by @NBrownINK Filmed by @IAMWINGSWORLD

Juelz Santana Arrested For Making Terrorist Threats




Dipset rapper Juelz Santana was arrested earlier this week and hit with a charge for making terroristic threats.

TMZ.com reports that Juelz was busted earlier in the week for making unspecified threats.

When police attempted to search the rap star’s car, he refused and the vehicle was subsequently impounded.

Juelz was booked into jail and was released later on $46,500 bail.

This is not the first time Juelz Santana has been arrested for making threats against an individual.

In August of 2009, the rapper, born LaRon James, was arrested for threatening his girlfriend with a knife during a dispute that turned physical.

His most recent arrest came in February of 2010, when the Bergen County gang task force raided his studio.

In that incident, police uncovered two 9mm handguns, as well as 17 small baggies of marijuana, after a ten-month investigation into alleged gang activity in the studio.

Juelz Santana and group member Jim Jones consider themselves Bloods, the largest and most notorious street gang in New Jersey.

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Kanye Pays For Hotel Staff To Attend Watch The Throne Concert




Kanye Treats Hotel Staff To WTT Tour

See, Kanye isn't such a bad guy after all. Over the weekend, the multi-platinum producer/rapper treated the entire NYC's Mercer Hotel staff to free attendance to the Watch The Throne tour at the Izod Center in New Jersey.

Yeezy reportedly provided the big pay back for the employees for treating him and Hov with great hospitality after the duo rented out the entire 2nd floor of the hotel to record parts of their joint LP, Watch The Throne. And these weren't any nosebleed seats either, according to one of the staff.

“We were all provided with complimentary tickets, and Kanye personally thanked each team member for attending,” one employee told the New York Post. “The seats were amazing and he was such a gentleman.”

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Manny Pacquiao Barely Escapes With Win Over Juan Manuel Marquez. Fans Boo, Throw Bottles At Ring In Disgust Over Decision





Manny Pacquiao was taken to the limit Saturday night before escaping with a majority decision win over Juan Manuel Marquez in their welterweight title fight.




Pacquiao won on two scorecards, while the third ringside judge had it a draw. It was a narrow escape for the Filipino congressman, who took as much punishment as he got over 12 rounds.




The third fight between the two was as close as the previous two, and by the time they finished 12 arounds the outcome was still in doubt. Pacquiao won some rounds with sheer agression, while Marquez won others with brilliant counterpunching, keeping Pacquiao from getting inside.




Marquez was a 7-1 underdog, but it was clear early he would be in this fight. He picked Pacquiao apart with right hands almost every time he tried to get inside, and landed good hard flurries throughout the fight.




Pacquiao was the aggressor throughout, and landed some sharp punches of his own. But when the decision was announced, the crowd booed roundly and, once again Marquez had lost a close fight.




One ringside judge had it a 114-114 draw, while two others favored Pacquiao by 115-113 and 116-112. The Associated Press had it 114-114.




The sellout crowd at the MGM Grand arena threw bottles and cans toward ringside after the decision was announced, with one full can hitting a ringside writer. Marquez, who had been bitter about the scoring in the first two fights, stormed out of the ring.




Pacquiao continued his remarkable run with the win, but it didn't come easy. He had trouble all night finding his range and, when he did get inside, Marquez often moved to the side and landed a counter right hand.




It was the third close fight between the two men, though this one was fought at 144 pounds instead of 125 as was their first fight seven years ago. That fight was a draw, while Pacquiao won a split decision in the second bout in 2008 at 130 pounds.




"My fans are very happy because they thought I won," Pacquiao said when asked about the crowd reaction.




Marquez fought going backward all night, and that might have been his undoing. While he landed well at times, Pacquiao was in his face most of the night.




"I got robbed," Marquez said. "I don't know what else I can do to win."




Pacquiao earned a minimum $22 million for the fight, while Marquez got $5 million.













Manny Pacquiao was taken to the limit Saturday night before escaping with a majority decision win over Juan Manuel Marquez in their welterweight title fight.




Pacquiao won on two scorecards, while the third ringside judge had it a draw. It was a narrow escape for the Filipino congressman, who took as much punishment as he got over 12 rounds.




The third fight between the two was as close as the previous two, and by the time they finished 12 arounds the outcome was still in doubt. Pacquiao won some rounds with sheer agression, while Marquez won others with brilliant counterpunching, keeping Pacquiao from getting inside.




Marquez was a 7-1 underdog, but it was clear early he would be in this fight. He picked Pacquiao apart with right hands almost every time he tried to get inside, and landed good hard flurries throughout the fight.




Pacquiao was the aggressor throughout, and landed some sharp punches of his own. But when the decision was announced, the crowd booed roundly and, once again Marquez had lost a close fight.




One ringside judge had it a 114-114 draw, while two others favored Pacquiao by 115-113 and 116-112. The Associated Press had it 114-114.




The sellout crowd at the MGM Grand arena threw bottles and cans toward ringside after the decision was announced, with one full can hitting a ringside writer. Marquez, who had been bitter about the scoring in the first two fights, stormed out of the ring.




Pacquiao continued his remarkable run with the win, but it didn't come easy. He had trouble all night finding his range and, when he did get inside, Marquez often moved to the side and landed a counter right hand.




It was the third close fight between the two men, though this one was fought at 144 pounds instead of 125 as was their first fight seven years ago. That fight was a draw, while Pacquiao won a split decision in the second bout in 2008 at 130 pounds.




"My fans are very happy because they thought I won," Pacquiao said when asked about the crowd reaction.




Marquez fought going backward all night, and that might have been his undoing. While he landed well at times, Pacquiao was in his face most of the night.




"I got robbed," Marquez said. "I don't know what else I can do to win."




Pacquiao earned a minimum $22 million for the fight, while Marquez got $5 million.

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Erick Sermon Of EPMD Suffers Heart Attack, Reportedly Doing OK




Producer Erick Sermon has suffered a heart attack according to longtime affiliate DJ Scratch.



"Erick Sermon had a heart attack today," Scratch wrote on Twitter Saturday November 12th. "He's ok, but still send your prayers. He is not on Twitter."



Also known as the Green Eyed Bandit, the 42-year old Sermon is one half of the legendary group EPMD along with Parrish Smith. In addition to his success with EPMD, Sermon scored a big solo hit with the Marvin Gaye sampled song "Music" and is also a member of the Def Squad along with Keith Murray and Redman.



We'll post more news on Sermon's condition as it becomes available.

Jay-Z Pulls Occupy Wall Street T-Shirts Amid Criticism He Wasn't Giving Back To The Cause "Jay-Z Has The Political Sensibility Of A Hood Rat" Says One Protestor




Jay-Z has decided to pull his Occupy Wall Street themed t-shirts from Rocawear's website amid criticism he was trying to profit from the movement without giving anything back to the cause.



The plan was to sell the t-shirts emblazoned with the phrase "Occupy All Streets" for $22 with all of the money going back to the company.



"Jay-Z, as talented as he is, has the political sensibility of a hood rat and is a s******," says Grim, described as one of the leaders of the Occupy movement by TMZ. "To attempt to profit off of the first important social moment of 50 years with an overpriced piece of cotton is an insult to the fight for economic civil rights known as #occupywallstreet."



A spokesperson for Rocawear confirmed to Gawker.com a couple of days ago that the company had no plans to share the wealth at this time.



The 'Occupy All Streets' T shirt was created in support of the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement. Rocawear strongly encourages all forms of constructive expression, whether it be artistic, political or social. 'Occupy All Streets' is our way of reminding people that there is change to be made everywhere, not just on Wall Street. At this time we have not made an official commitment to monetarily support the movement.
TMZ reports they have been trying to contact Hov's camp for two days with no luck.

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