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Monday, April 16, 2012

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DJ LICO & YOUNG KENO
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Brandy Talks About '2/11' Album Title & Her Idol Whitney Houston

Shaun King - F*** Swag (Clean Version)

211 & ITrinitye Presents: Petey Green feat Tricky Dice and Trust Family Ties

Marga Lane - Believe (acoustic) (Official Music Video)

Marga Lane - Rebound (acoustic) (Official Music Video)

Interview: Kendrick Lamar Tells His Story & Talks Paying for Music w/ DJ...

Backstage Pass: Black Milk Claps&Slaps Tour Ep 1

Mysonne - Lord Knows (Video) Dir: Ralph Random

MANN - 4:00am (Official Music Video)

Cam'Ron picks up Custom Diamond Jewelry from Avianne & Co Jewelers

Rihanna On Beyonce & Jay-z's Baby & More! 2012

Mistah Fab - Walking Around Like Bishop

Video Raz B - Fire Remix.

Big Fendi Speaks On Nicki Minaj Deleting Her Twitter Account

#IDGAF MONIQUE'S ROOM - FRED THE GODSON (Explicit) Official Video

Rihanna Puffs On The Sticky Green & Parties With Katy Perry While Watching Snoop Dogg & Dr Dre At Coachella

E-40 Details His New 2 Album Project With Too $hort

NYPD Officers Accused Of Racial Profiling, Calling Black Suspects “F---ing Animals”



An explosive new deposition exposes claims of racial profiling, and bigotry all at the hands of top NYPD officials. According to testimony released in a federal discrimination lawsuit, high-ranking supervisors of the department's gun unit, treated white suspects more fairly than their black counterparts.

The sworn deposition, taken from the testimony of three members of the firearms suppression unit —one retired first-grade detective, and two current NYPD detectives— details how Capt. James Coan and Lt. Daniel Davin called accused black criminals "f---ing animals," among other epithets.

Davin is accused of routinely using the N-word , making for a hostile environment for black detectives, as well as suspected minority criminals involved in gun trafficking. One detective also testified that Davin encouraged his team to kill black criminals, if necessary. "If you have to shoot a n---er, do what you gotta do," recounted Detective Al Hawkins.

For his part, Coan instructed his team on the best ways to kill. "You make sure if you have to shoot, you shoot them in the head. That way there's one story." Not surprisingly Coan denied the allegations, but his reputation precedes him. Over the last 20 years, the NYPD vet has been involved in five shootings, two of which were fatal. He also admitted to killing a pit bull, but joked that the dog failed to take legal action.

Police brutality in the black community is nothing news, but given the heightened sensitivity surrounding the shooting of Trayvon Martin, more stories of racial profiling continue to be unearthed. In March, Tyler Perry revealed that he was pulled over for being black, while leaving his studio in Atlanta, but did not seek a lawsuit. Similarly, prosecutors in White Plains, N.Y. announced the opening of an investigation into the shooting death of Kenneth Chamberlin, a 68-year-old veteran that was gunned down in his apartment by police officers, after allegedly attacking them with a hatchet and a knife

In the case of Davin and Coan, this isn't the first time that their behavior has been called into question. Last month the duo testified in a Brooklyn Federal Court, regarding a discrimination suit brought on by Detective Debra Lawson, who claimed that minority members of the police force were intentionally barred from receiving promotions and good assignments.

GUNPLAY - STAY SCHEMIN REMIX

Schoolboy Q Freestyles on Hot97 Morning Show

Nas - VH1's Behind The Music Sneak Peek

Interview Of Beanie Sigel Post Court

R. Kelly - Share My Love Videoshoot BTS

Nicki Minaj Devastates Her Dad By Admitting She Wanted To "Kill" Him Growing Up

David Banner Talks 2M1, Trayvon Martin & More "How Do You Really Feel Ab...

Beastie Boys Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Tribute

KANYE WEST IN HOT WATER OVER “THERAFLU”



Kanye West used the chorus of his latest hit song, “Theraflu,” to repeatedly diss PETA with the taunt of his “mink dragging on the floor.” So it’s pretty surprising that it’s Theraflu, not PETA, calling him out. Or maybe not. The medicine company was angered by West’s use of their name as his song title, and released this statement to the public:


“We in no way endorse or approve of the references or use of the image and likeness of Theraflu in this manner.”

West reacted immediately, changing the title of his song to “Way Too Cold.” He also changed the artwork for the song, which originally included a bottle of Theraflu. Yeezy is citing “creative differences,” as his motivation, yet it seems more likely that he is trying to avoid an imminent lawsuit, which, quite frankly, may happen anyway. It’s an unfortunate move for Theraflu, as product placement of any sort in rap music generally spikes sales for that product. Maybe Theraflu, like Cristal, only wants a certain type of customer.

2Pac Live at Coachella 2012 (w/ Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre)

 

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