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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Inside The Actors Studio - Martin Lawrence

Floyd Mayweather: 'Common sense' Manny Pacquiao has used PEDs

Jadakiss: "People Thought I Was Bald & Couldn't Grow Hair"

Ray Lavender Talks About Trey Songz Getting His Ass Whooped On Tour & Li...

Erick Sermon says Beastie Boys, One of the Three Greatest in Hip-Hop

Interim Police Chief In Trayvon Martin Case Vows To Further Investigate Teen's Murder

The interim chief taking over at the Sanford Police Department promises to look deeper into potential missteps in the investigation following the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Chief Rick Myers, who replaced Chief Bill Lee who stepped down in the aftermath of public outrage behind his decision to let George Zimmerman walk free the same day that he gunned down the 17-year-old. During a news conference Friday (May 4). Myers detailed his plan of action. “I will study and learn and listen,” he said. “Most of all, I will listen.” Although he is only expected to hold the post for three months or more Myers noted that some of his colleagues encouraged him to “run in the opposite direction,” given the controversial status of the case. Lee stepped down at the height of the public outcry over the lack of legal action brought against Zimmerman. After asking to be formally removed from the position, the city later voted to deny his request until an official legal outcome in the Martin murder case is reached.

Adam "MCA" Yauch Of The Beastie Boys Dead At 47

It's a sad day in Hip-Hop. TMZ reports the Adam "MCA" Yauch of seminal Hip-Hop act the Beastie Boys has passed away. Yauch had been battling cancer for years. Recently, the Beastie Boys were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Yauch was scheduled to attend and perform before cancelling at the last minute. In 2009, Yauch was diagnosed with cancer of the parotid gland, a salivary gland in the throat and had been undergoing treatment via surgery and radiation therapy. The Beastie Boys (Yauch with Michael "Mike D" Diamond and Adam "Ad-Rock" Adam Horovitz) were founded in 1979 as a hardcore punk band. But Hip-Hop was their calling and the trio released their Rick Rubin produced debut, Licensed To Ill, in 1996. The classic, which has since been certified 9X platinum, made the Boys stars thanks to its then innovative sampling, bugged out lyrics and the fact that these were white boys making dope Hip-Hop music. Millions of records sold and numerous accolades later (including three Grammy Awards), the pioneering group's last album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, was released in April 2011 after being delayed due to MCA's ill health. Adam Nathaniel Yauch was only 47 years-old. Rest In Power.

New York Post Columnist Calls Jay-Z's Brooklyn Nets, The “New York Ni**ers”

Freedom of speech is a dangerous thing. New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick took his longstanding disdain for Jay-Z to a new level. In regards to Hov's minority ownership of the Brooklyn Nets, and changing the team's colors, Mushnick unleashed a racists fade worthy rant against Brooklyn's finest. "As long as the Nets are allowing Jay-Z to call their marketing shots - what a shock that he chose black and white as the new team colors to stress, as the Nets explained, their new 'urban' home -- why not have him apply the full Jay-Z treatment?" he asked via his Equal Time column. Then he took things one step further. “Why the Brooklyn Nets when they can be the New York Ni**ers?" From there Mushnick likened the entire team to a stereotypical video shoot. “The cheerleaders could be the Brooklyn Bi***es or H*es. Team logo? A 9 mm with hollow-tip shell casings strewn beneath. Wanna be Jay-Z hip? Then go all the way!" Jay is too busy making millions upon millions of dollars to respond, while this guy sits at his desk and feverishly tries to remain relevant. If the Post doesn't fire him immediately, they can expect a serious backlash.

Georgia Bar Owner Posts Sign Calling Pres. Obama The “Ni**er In the White House”

Jeopardy Contestant Thinks LMFAO Recorded Jay-Z's "Hard Knock Life

Trey Songz - Heart Attack [Official Video]

Behind The Scenes: Maroon 5 & Wiz Khalifa “Payphone”

"Made You Die" Trayvon Martin Tribute.

Backstage Pass: Black Milk Claps&Slaps Tour Ep 3

Brian McKnight – iFUrReadyToLearn

Just Blaze Ethers Jasmine Guy On The Combat Jack Show


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