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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

50 Cent Talks About The Convo He Had With T.I.

Phil Ade | "P.O.P. Music" (ft. Casey Veggies) Music Video

Reebok Classics Presents: Meek Mill

Heavy D Died From Blood Clot In Lung




Late rapper Heavy D died from a blood clot in his lung, a new report has revealed.

The report, released Tuesday, said that the rapper died from a pulmonary embolism.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the rapper also suffered from deep leg vein thrombosis and heart disease.

Craig Harvey, chief of the Los Angeles County department of coroner, said Heavy D’s death could have been brought on by a clot caused by an extended flight.

The rap legend had recently traveled from London.

The coroner classified his official cause of death as natural and stated that heart disease was also a factor in the rapper’s death.

Heavy D, born Dwight Arrington Myers, died suddenly on November 8.

AHH Stray News: Diddy Sued, New Clipse Album, Lil Wayne, Drake Rumors Cause Melee



Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is facing a lawsuit that claims a concert goer was hit in the stomach with a microphone during the filming of an episode of “Making The Band.” Kevin Faraday filed the lawsuit claiming he was in the audience at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, while an episode was filming in 2008. Faraday alleges he was hurt by a man running across the stage in-between performances. Combs, Danity Kane, Bad Boy Entertainment and numerous other defendants were named in the legal papers.

NBA Legend Magic Johnson To Organize Rappers To Unite Against Homophobia, HIV/AIDS




NBA legend Magic Johnson is planning to tackle the issue of homophobia and HIV/AIDS within the Hip-Hop community.

Magic recently marked the 20th anniversary of his announcement that he was HIV positive, along with his retirement from the NBA, which occurred in 1991.

Magic is planning on creating a coalition that will engage rappers to speak out against homophobia and discrimination against gays.

But the main focus of the coalition will be to raise the level of awareness and to break down the stereotypes
about HIV/AIDS.

“What we’re trying to do is reach out to the Hip-Hop community because they have power — power with their voice, power with that mic in their hand and power with the lyrics that they sing,” Magic Johnson told The Huffington Post.

Magic said that he was closely associated with a number of top artists and executives within the Hip-Hop community and those individuals are involved in the early stages of the new organization.

Magic refused to reveal the names of the artists, but he confirmed that “five or six” stars are aligning with the new initiative.

Magic is planning to utilize the collective fan bases of the rap stars to help spread a positive message.

“We’re going to come out next year with everybody and we’ll have a nice big press conference and what we’re going to do, what our plan is, because it’s so important that we rally — not just them, either,” Magic said. “I need the Hip-Hop community but I also need the basketball players and football players. We need a little bit of everybody, so that’s what we’re working on now.”

Debra Antney On Her Childhood, Charity, Ludacris & More

Exclusive!! Mother of Slain Rapper Slim Dunkin Makes Appeal to Her Son's Killer

Young Jeezy | Taking Money Out of Washington, The Code of The Streets, & Twitter Deaths

Tyga: Careless World TV (With The Kardashians, Drake, J Cole, Waka Flocka & Busta Rhymes) [Episode 10] Video

Ace Hood feat. Rick Ross - "My Speakers" Official Music Video

Dorrough Music Backstage @ 106 & Park

Debra Antney On Waka Flocka Wanting To Quit Music

50 Cent ft. LoveRance - UP (Remix) (Offical Music Video)

Debra Antney On How She Linked Up With Gucci & Nicki Minaj

Soulja Boy - Swagg Daddy: Part 1

T.I. - "F*ck Da City Up" - 01.01.2012 - LiveMixtapes.com part 2

SMACK/ URL PRESENTS ARSONAL VS CALICOE (FULL BATTLE))

Kanye West & Jay-Z - Tour Vlog: Ticket Giveaway [Video]

Young Vito Turns Himself In For The Murder Of Brick Squad Rapper Slim Dunkin




The suspect in the murder of Brick Squad Monopoly rapper Slim Dunkin turned himself in to police Monday (December 26).



Vincent Hardimon, aka Young Vito, turned himself in around 3 pm according to police.



“We got a call from Mr. Hardimon’s attorney. They wanted to turn themselves in to me personally,” Detective David Quinn told WSBTV.



Dunkin was allegedly shot to death by Vito on Friday (December 16) during a fight at an Atlanta recording studio.



According to WSBTV, Vito was out on bond after pulling a gun on two women in April 2011.
 

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