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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Genasis - Miami (Music Video)

Havoc - Same Shit Different Day

Anthm Talks Going From Life On Wall Street To Rapping

Gary Oldman Reads from R. Kelly's Autobiography Soulacoaster

French Montana Presents "Coke Boys TV" Episode 10 (UK Invasion)

No Malice - June ft Eric David

Stalley - "Midnight Satori" (Directed by Slick Jackson)

Jim Jones & Trav - Paper Chase

Footage Of Charlamagne Getting Knocked Upside His Head & Dippin Quick

Driicky Graham Says He Has No Beef With Don Trip

Katie Lee Shares The Personal Inspiration Behind "Groundswell"

Fabolous - "Swag Champ 24/7" [VIDEO]

Borrow That (Boogie's Revenge)

Mitt Romney Booed At NAACP Convention [VIDEO]

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Philly Minister Launches Boycott of Meek Mill's “Amen” Track

Meek Mill's “Amen” single has garnered more than 3 million views on YouTube, but it seems that not everyone is a fan. A minister from North Philly wants to boycott the song, in spite of his love for Hip-Hop music. In an interview with the Philadelphia Daily News, Reverend Jomo K. Johnson of the Open Air church explained why he's not fond of Meek's heavenly hit. “I'm a Hip-Hop fan, but I believe there is a need to really call him out and say enough is enough,” he said. “He seems to really be using the church as a backdrop and a parallel for some of the sinful things that he does.” Johnson is so serious about getting his point across that he self-published the $2.99 e-book No Amen: Why Boycotting Meek Mill Will Help Save Hip Hop. “As a Hip-Hop fan, I want to encourage every rap fan in Philadelphia who is a believer in Jesus Christ, to boycott Meek Mill until he acknowledges this blatant disrespect, and being resident of North Philadelphia and pastor, I revoke Meek's ‘hood pass' until this happens.” Going up against the seemingly unstoppable Maybach Music crew won't be easy, but Johnson is up for the challenge. He previously targeted Lil Wayne via the book Deadest Rapper Alive, which calls into question the Young Money leader's self-proclaimed title as the “greatest rapper alive.” Meek has yet to respond to Johnson, but despite the graphic lyrics in the song, his love for the man upstairs is evident. The 25-year-old recently took to Twitter to give thanks for his blessings, writing “God always hear[sic] my prayers! ‪#amen.”

New York City Nightclub To Re-Open After Chris Brown, Drake Fight

Less than one month after losing their liquor license and being shut down, W.i.P nightclub is ready to re-open. On Monday (July 9) a judge lifted the ban allowing the venue to sell alcohol again, in the wake of the alleged brawl involving Drake and Chris Brown. The New York City hot spot experienced a steep downward spiral after Drake and Brown's crews engaged in a melee that spawned several injuries and lawsuits. The aftermath also resulted in the club's manager, Jonathon Canter, being taken into custody on warrants unrelated to the debacle. Given their bad reputation, W.i.P is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure the safety of its patrons. “When we reopen our doors, we will be focused on providing a safe and fun atmosphere for our customers. To that end, we are enhancing our security,” the club's owner said in a statement. Although it is believed that Rihanna was at the center of a love triangle involving the rapper and singer, neither Drake or Brown admitted to any wrongdoing. Brown's lawyer noted his client as a victim in the violent incident, vowing to work with authorities in any way necessary, but criminal charges have yet to filed against either party. W.i.P is scheduled to open at midnight on July 11.

Usher Is "Torn Up" Over Stepson's Accident

Usher is said to be very hurt over the tragic accident involving his stepson, Kyle Glover, over the weekend. The singer has yet to release a statement regarding his 11-year-old being struck by a Jet Ski, but a source revealed that the incident has taken its toll. “He grew close to Kyle and, of course, that has nothing to do with the situation with Tameka,” said the source. “He loved Kyle. This is a terrible, awful tragedy. Usher is torn up.” Jeffrey S. Hubbard, a friend of the family has been identified as the driver of the watercraft that hit the boy in the head, leaving him in critical condition. Although doctors have declared him brain dead, he is being kept alive by machines. His mother, Tameka Raymond, stated “He's bad,” when asked of his status, and (allegedly) posted a statement on Facebook asking for the public's prayers. Glover was one of two people hurt in the accident. The second victim, a 15-year-old girl whose identity has not been revealed, was found face down in the water. Both were airlifted to a local hospital, and while an investigation into the matter has been opened, no charges have been filed.

Mitt Romney Calls President Obama The “Outsourcer-In-Chief”

Mitt Romney is clearly grasping at straws. The Republican presidential hopeful has outraised President Obama in the last month, but isn't a front-runner in the race for the White House, and has resorted to more silly mudslinging. Romney responded to allegations that he sent jobs overseas, during his time at Bain Capital, in Colorado Tuesday (July 10), by calling the POTUS the “outsourcer-in-chief.” The half-hearted verbal attack went down during a town hall meeting in the battleground state. “He likes to talk about outsourcing,” he said. “He's run some interesting attack ads on me on that topic. You may have seen that and interestingly an independent unbiased fact-checking organization looked at his ads and looked at that attack and said it's false and misleading.” Residents in Colorado have complained over the amount of commercials in a favor of both Obama and Romney, but the former governor pressed on with his lackluster attempt at blasting the president. “It is interesting that when it comes to outsourcing,” he added. “This president has been outsourcing a good deal of American jobs himself. By putting money into energy companies — solar and wind energy companies that end up making their products outside the United States.” Romney has been defending his finances ever since it was revealed that he has offshore accounts, and is in a 13 percent tax bracket even though he is worth well over $100 million, and should therefore fall in the 25-50 percentile range.

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