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Friday, May 18, 2012

Meek Mill - Club Paradise Tour (Vlog #2)

Teairra Mari Feat. 2 Chainz - (U Did That Official Video)

Texas Mother Kills Her Baby Daddy Over Cheap Mother's Day Present!

Behind The Scenes of DJ Khaled' "Take It To The Head"

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Curren$y Compares Making A Major Label Album To An Indie


"HIS-STORY" OFFICIAL VIDEO (off Hells Kitchen)


White Student Wears Blackface For School Assignment

The parents of a second-grader at Meridian Ranch Elementary School in Peyton, Colo. should be stoned for sending their son to school in black face. The boy, Sean King, was of course told to remove the makeup, which he wore to portray Martin Luther King Jr. for a "Wax Museum Day" project. According to his parents, Michelle and Anthony, when they went to see their son's presentation they were informed that the paint had to be removed. "It's embarrassing," Michelle said. "It's sad for the kids and sad for Sean because he's a very good student. He really thinks of school very highly." While he will not be disciplined for the act, his mother believes that the school overreacted. "I think they took it farther than what it had to be." On the contrary, a representative for the district which houses the school wrote the incident off as "offensive" and "distracting." The tension behind blackface remains a sore spot in the black community, and while the boy is too young to understand the impact of his actions, he's one of many people to wear the offensive look. Earlier this year, a cast member on MTV's The Challenge: Battle Of The Exes donned blackface as an attempted joke. Similarly, a Brigham Young University student wore blackface around campus while quizzing other white students on their knowledge of black people


Kendrick Lamar & ScHoolboy Q Perform For MTV Hive's 'In My Room'

Bill O'Reilly Targets Black Politicians For "Exploiting" Trayvon Martin

Rocsi And Terrence J Leave 106 & Park

After nearly seven years of hosting BET's top-rated countdown, 106 & Park, Terrence J and Rocsi have decided to leave the show. The duo won their gigs after a public audition process, but according to the New York Post, they're looking to pursue acting on a full-time basis. Terrence J, real name Terrence Jenkins, had a recurring role on BET's The Game, and appeared in the film Think Like A Man. Meanwhile, Rocsi— last name Diaz— is said to be moving to California, and landed a role in a film starring Lynn Whitfield. Since getting the job with BET in 2006, Terrance and Rocsi filled the void left by previous hosts, Free and A.J. Over the years the daily show has become a go-to spot for just about everyone in music, including the likes of Kanye West, Mac Miller, and Rick Ross. At press time, reps for BET had "no comment" on the matter, while Terrence J's rep did not respond to a request for comment.

Anchorman 2 Trailer Leaks, Watch It Now

French Montana Talks Growing Up In Morocco

Curren$y Speaks On Reconnecting With Lil Wayne On The Stoned Immaculate

Usher Speaks On Working With A$AP Rocky & Rick Ross For New Album

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50 Cent Talks Possible Lil' Wayne Collaboration & Feeding America

Josh Handt "The Hip-Hop Chiropractor" Talks Health & Does Work On Jack T...


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