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Saturday, November 19, 2011

No He Didnt: Anchorman Lowkey Sh*ts On His Co-worker's Weave!

Common's ATL Album Release Party for "The Dreamer The Believer"

Ryan Leslie In The Studio Making "Beautiful Lie" Video

Beyoncé - Behind the Scenes InStyle Cover September 2011

DJ Whoo Kid - Future Plans, Best Advice & Separating Streets From Music (Amaru Don TV)

Lingerie Football League Player "Tanyka Renee" Talks About Doing Playboy & Being Competitive

50 Cent Talks Street King With Better TV. Corrine Baily Rae, Pepa of Salt-N-Pepa & More Show Their Support



Better TV had the chance to catch up with 50 Cent recently at the launch of Street King Energy Drink. They talked with 50 about what inspired him to start the ambitious project, what made him choose the name "Street King" and why he chose an energy drink instead of alcohol for the initiative.



"Alcohol would probably be an easy fit because alcohol is consumed where music is played. The bar, the nightclub, whatever kind of club," 50 said. "Energy is more a reflection of my lifestyle because I don't drink. So, it would be hard for me to be supportive of an alcohol beverage when I don't drink."



Many of 50's celebrity friends were in attendance at the event showing their support. UK singer Corinne Baily Rae said she is really happy to see the G-Unit boss giving back.



"I think his music is really enjoyable and I also like his ambition," she said. "He has these intentions to feed a billion children in the developing world and Africa. That's a huge ambition so, I'll be interested to speak to him about that."



"I think it's a partnership. The people, your fans are what put you here. So, when you get to this level of success I think it's only right to give back," said Pepa of Salt-N-Pepa.



*Before He Was Prez* Clip Emerges Of Harvard Student Barack Obama Doing ''Black History Minutes'' Commercial 20 Years Ago

Fake Tranny Dr. Injected Cement & Fix-a-Flat Into Woman's Ass, Then Sealed It With Super Glue!



A fake cosmetic surgeon set up shop in Miami Gardens, Florida, then proceeded to inject everything but the kitchen sink into his patient's rear ends.

30-year old transgender woman, Oneal Ron Morris, is accused of injecting cement, mineral oils and fix-a-flat into the buttocks of at least one woman. He then sealed the incision with super glue.

Police Pepper Spray Peaceful UC Davis Students


A University of California, Davis professor is calling for the chancellor to step down, saying she is to blame for police pepper-spraying students during an Occupy protest on campus.

"You are responsible for it because this is what happens when UC Chancellors order police onto our campuses to disperse peaceful protesters through the use of force: students get hurt. Faculty get hurt," Nathan Brown, an assistant professor in the Department of English, wrote in an open letter to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi.

He said she was accountable for "the police brutality which occurred against students engaged in peaceful protest."

Brown was referring to an incident Friday in which UC Davis police arrested 10 protesters and pepper-sprayed about a dozen more while trying to clear an Occupy encampment on campus, according to the Davis Enterprise.

The students who were pepper-sprayed were sitting on the ground, arms linked in solidarity. Brown said several of them had to be treated at the hospital.

"You are responsible for the police violence directed against students on the UC Davis quad on November 18, 2011. As I said, I am writing to hold you responsible and to demand your immediate resignation on these grounds," Brown wrote.

Katehi did not directly respond to Brown's letter. But in a statement Saturday to the UC Davis campus community, she said she will create a task force of faculty, students and staff to look into Friday's incident.

"Yesterday was not a day that would make anyone on our campus proud; indeed the events of the day need to guide us forward as we try to make our campus a better place of inquiry, debate, and even dissent," she wrote.
Story: Occupy protests spread to college campuses
She noted that a group of protesters stayed overnight Thursday despite repeated notices by university staff that their encampment violated university policies and they were told to disperse.

"On Friday morning, the protesters were provided with a letter explaining university policies and reminding them of the opportunities the university provides for expression. Driven by our concern for the safety and health of the students involved in the protest, as well as other students on our campus, I made the decision not to allow encampments on the Quad during the weekend, when the general campus facilities are locked and the university staff is not widely available to provide support."

She said many students followed orders to dismantle their tents, but others chose not to.

Annette Spicuzza, UC Davis police chief, told the Sacramento Bee that police used the pepper spray after they were surrounded. Protesters were warned repeatedly beforehand that force would be used if they didn't move, she said.

"There was no way out of that circle," Spicuzza said. "They were cutting the officers off from their support. It's a very volatile situation."

Said Katehi: "The events of this intervention have been videotaped and widely distributed. As indicated in various videos, the police used pepper spray against the students who were blocking the way. The use of pepper spray as shown on the video is chilling to us all and raises many questions about how best to handle situations like this," the chancellor wrote.

Katehi said the university is committed to free speech and expression while ensuring the safety of all others.

"Through this letter, I express my sadness for the events of past Friday and my commitment to redouble our efforts to improve our campus and the environment for our students," she said


2 Chainz Interview With Bootleg Kev Video



2 Chainz chops it up with Bootleg Kev about changing his rap name, his new mixtape T.R.U. Realigion, being an independent artist and much more!

Compton Menace (Black Wall Street) Shows He Got Beat Up!













Menace saying he will be back after getting a hurting

Rihanna On Ellen! "Im Very Single. I Don't Get Any Booty Calls"











Rihanna appears on Ellen to discuss her career and personal life.

Ludacris on Bill O'Reily, Drake & Big Sean + "What You Smoking On" Live on #SwayintheMorning

Drake stops by Hot97 talks to Angie

STALLEY VLOG: SNEAKER PIMPS NYC AND DRAKE CONCERT IN CLEVELAND










@STALLEY PERFORMS AT SNEAKER PIMPS AT IRVING PLAZA IN NYC. THEN CATCHES A FLIGHT TO CLEVELAND, OHIO TO OPEN UP FOR DRAKE IN HIS CLUB PARADISE TOUR.

WALE #NODAYSOFF VLOG : HOUSE OF BLUES EDITION









WATCH AS WALE PERFORMS "LEGENDARY" LIVE AND BRINGS OUT SPECIAL GUESTS MEEK MILL, KIRKO BANGZ, TV JOHNNY AND MORE!!!

Mary J. Blige - Feel Inside (Amex UNSTAGED) ft. Nas










Mary J. Blige performing "Feel Inside". From the album My Life II...The Journey Continues (Act 1) on November 17, 2011. Directed by Adam Shankman. Part of American Express UNSTAGED -- an original music series in partnership with VEVO and YouTube.

Torch ft. Trey Songz- My Eulogy (ufo 2011)

Jeremih Got Love For Big Girls: Gets Freaky At Fisk Homecoming With Pretty Plus Size Girl Live!







Jeremih shows the big girls love at one of his recent concert stops.
 

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