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Monday, February 6, 2012

Cam’ron Loses His ‘NY Giants’ Chain in Super Bowl Bet

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Amare Stoudemire's Brother Dies In Car Crash

Hazell Stoudemire, the brother of New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire, was killed in a car crash earlier this morning. According to ESPN, the Florida Highway Patrol said that Hazell was driving a Cadillac Escalade north on U.S. 27 in Lake Wales, Fla. at a high rate of speed and collided with the rear of a tractor trailer at around 1:45 a.m. ET.

The police said that the 35-year-old was not wearing a seatbelt and was declared dead at the scene. The New York Knicks said that Stoudemire is traveling to Florida to be with his family and will not be with the team for Monday night's game against the Utah Jazz in New York.

Our condolences go out to the Stoudemire family.

'The New Yorker' Calls Rick Ross A Con Man

The New Yorker, one of the most highbrow magazine you can ever read, posted a profile on Rick Ross titled The Sound Of Success. It's subheading, "Rick Rock's Confidence Game," reveals the gist of the story; Rozay's drug dealing past is questionable, but he's conned listeners into glossing over that fact.

Pop music critic Sasha Frere-Jones writes, "Ross has become a respected rapper by depicting the life style of a boss, or a don, two words that he loves. He never cares to unpack the morals of the drug trade—what he revels in is the security and relief of being fabulously wealthy. This is what his voice sells, the way Sinatra once sold an implacable but supple kind of confidence."

When writing about "Triple Beam Dreams," featuring Nas, from Rozay's Rich Forever mixtape, Frere-Jones writes, "Ross says rather than raps, 'It's time to take it to the other side, the side you gotta watch A&E cable television for, homie, but we live this shit.' It's telling that he invokes watching television before relating an allegedly personal story."

Damn. Those jabs via prose might sting more than any Officer Ricky joke. But the New Yorker isn't saying anything that many other magazines, or rappers, or Freeway Rick Ross, have also maintained.

Amber Rose Fires Back At Her Publicist: “That Mofo Is A Cotdayum Lie!”

Amber Rose sets the record straight.

Amber’s former publicist has been on a rampage recently airing her out for apparently “stealing” and doing Yeezy dirty. Amby finally fired back in a statement to the public.

“I usually don’t entertain this foolishness but I’ll give a lil lesson on business 101. First no publicist gets paid 20% of anything not even a Manager gets that much #2 No Music video Model has ever been paid 100,000 dollars for a video not even myself #3 If someone owes you 20,000 dollars u can sue them and pay the lawyer when you get paid. (Yes lawyers do that if u don’t have up front money and when u have a case) #4 When u accuse someone of being a thief openly to the public u now get the Law involved.

With that being said Aaron (His real name) Aka Janero has Never worked for me he is a fraud & a liar he is simply trying to sell some type of Doc to benefit himself. Margo Wainwright from Def Jam Discovered me in NYC in the beginning of 2009 and she helped me start my modeling career. I now have my Lawyers involved regarding his ridiculous allegations & Slander.

I have never been a thief nor a liar. I actually find this quite funny that girls who are working with him have his back thru all of this. If he can do this to me (Someone he has never worked for) what makes you think he wouldn’t do it to you? This is the Price of #FAME but I will continue to promote positivity, have a smile on my face a keep pushing forward. – Muva Rosebud”

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