On Robbery: I Had Bullet Fragments in My Hair!
CRAZY VIDEO Of Rapper Being Robbed at Gunpoint
2 Chainz opened up to Atlanta's Hot 107.9 about his recent attempted robbery. At first he thought he was on an episode of "Punk'd," but soon found out it was all very real.
"I saw the gun first. It was like a .357. It was so heavy he couldn't really hold it. The gun was so big. That's what made me take off running. When I went into the street, there was another dude with a whole 'nother gun."
He continued, "That's when I knew it wasn't like an episode of Punk'd. I was like this is real...I had bullet fragments in my hair...I think he thought he shot me."
The "We Own It" rapper isn't letting the incident bring him down, as he explained, "I'm just excited about life. I'm so turnt up, you can't turn me down. I'm just geeked about life. Then when I saw the footage, I'm like it was real. They was on my ass!' This was a sign. That's all it was. I come from this."
CRAZY VIDEO Of Rapper Being Robbed at Gunpoint
TMZ has obtained EXPLOSIVE VIDEO of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco this weekend ... and the footage shows the chaotic moments as the rapper and his crew desperately ran for their lives.
"Florida's" "Gangster Disciples" (GD's)
Want Rick Ross To Pay Up, Or He Can't Lay Up
Ummm, don't know what "Rick Ross" done got himself into, but it sure aint look'n good for the "Boss". Looks like he might have to relocate his "Maybach" out of Florida, cuz he's got some "Heat", burning at his feet.
The Florida gang, "GD's" (Gangster Disciples), have let it be known that they are "MBK's", Maybach Killers. They say "Rick Ross" knows what he said, he know what it is, and if he don't pay up, ITS GUNNA BE TROUBLE-TROUBLE from "B.O.S." (Brotha Of The Struggle).
I am not getting in the middle of this, cuz I got 99 problems and I don't want the "GD's" to be one.... But, this is what happens. Either you keep it real with the streets, or the streets are going to keep it real with you. If you a studio gangsta, you don't want it with no real gangstas. So, what ever they got going on, either he's gonna pay and lose his street cred, or he's gonna be hard and get buried in a cemetery yard.....
So, either pay up, or in Florida, you'll never be able to lay up.
Florida's "Gangster Disciples" [GD's]
Want Rick Ross To Pay That Money
"Reggae/Dance" Hall Star "Mr Vegas"
Breaks Down About Baby's Mother Cheating On Him
Man, this is why I hate the media. A man can't even have no peace. He came to promote his new album "Sweet Jamaica" and they spent the whole interview talking about the mother of his child contracting and STD, and him finding out that she had been cheating on him, in his house, with his daughter present.
With that said. I think it's good to see. It's good for women to see the impact of cheating and how it can really hurt and effect a man emotionally. "Mr Vegas" just showed me that men do have heart, and they do care about there kids and what happens to them. His worries for his daughters are real and valid, and I have to give it up to him for trying to save face and finish the race....
"What You Do"
[Gucci Mane "Wasted" Freestyle]
Ummm, "Pastor Ma$e" must have gave up the heavenly race, but with this track, he needs to repent, and run back, cuz "What You Do", is WHACK!!!!
What had happened was, the Lord has not blessed this mess. "Ma$e's" calling is behind the pulpit and not in behind the mic, cuz this just aint right. <SMH
He needs to be "Old Ma$e" with his "Old Flow" cuz this new "Ma$e" with "New Flow", is a no go!!!!!
Check out "Old Ma$e" videos "Welcome Back", "Feel So Good" & "Tell Me What You Want", bellow.
"Feel So Good"
"Mase" Ft. "Total"
"Tell Me What You Want"
25 Arrested In North Bay Federal Drug Sting
Of Bay Area "Thizz Entertainment" Record Label
25 men arrested in Fairfield and Vallejo for a Federal drug sting of Vallejo,Ca based record label "Thizz Entertainment".
Man, if its too cool to be true, you got to know that the police are involved. The part that's messed up is that it was all a setup. The police waited 4 years to make sure when these dudes sat down, that they weren't getting up. It was said, that the police had set them up with a major supplier to make the charges higher.
The charges being announced are money laundering and distribution. $75,000 cash and a million dollars worth of drugs like cocaine, weed, codeine "syrup" and heroin were ceased. Among the arrested were rapper 41 "Lil Bruce" Thurmon 39 Dante Barbarin, 34 Clifford Bullock III, 38 Andre Cawthorne, 36 Damian Peterson, 42 Gaylord Franklin Jr., 36 Jasquez Harris, 47 Michael Lott, 43 Michael McFarland Sr.,42 Lawrence Kennedy Nelson, 37 Major Norton III, 45 Eric Robinson & 25 Anthony Young.
A longtime Bay Area rap label, long linked by East Bay law enforcement to armed robberies, drug dealing and murder, has been implicated in a nationwide drug trafficking distribution network after a four-year federal drug investigation, prosecutors said Tuesday. Twenty-five individuals - including the CEO and numerous rappers associated with "Thizz Entertainment," the label founded by slain Vallejo rapper Mac Dre - have been charged on multiple drug counts of distributing Ecstasy, cocaine, heroin, marijuana and codeine cough syrup across the East Bay and the country, according to a federal prosecutor. The head of the organization, Michael Lott, 47, of Vallejo, who raps under the name "Miami the Most," remains on the lam, along with nine
Thizz Entertainment's business model was simple - sell drugs to finance its record label, said Vallejo police Lt. Ken Weaver.
For many in law enforcement, Thursday's bust marks the end of a dangerous few decades in Vallejo involving the rap label, which started as a street gang committing robberies and selling drugs to finance its fledgling rap careers and turned into a nationwide criminal enterprise, authorities said.
"The main players that belong with Thizz Entertainment now have warrants for their arrest for the drug trafficking trade," Weaver said. "The streets of Vallejo will be a little safer this summer because of this."
The bust also spotlighted the controversial history of Thizz Entertainment, including the murder
Advertisement of Mac Dre, who was shot to death in 2004 after a performance in Kansas City, sparking a brief Vallejo-Kansas City rap war. In the 1980s and 1990s, a group of young men in a small Vallejo neighborhood called the Country Club Crest, or The Crest, across Highway 37 from Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, began knocking off pizza parlors. The Romper Room Gang moved on to hitting banks, slinging dope and committing murder, police and DEA officials said, to raise money to fund "Romper Records."
"It was an explosion of rap music and rock cocaine," Weaver said. "That was a huge deal to us because it was the first time we saw such organization by this culture and it was new to us. We learned from them and they learned from us."
Many members were put behind bars, as police locked in on rap lyrics detailing and glorifying their robberies, including Mac Dre, who in 1992 got a seven-year prison sentence.
Upon his release, Mac Dre formed Thizz Entertainment. The word "thizz" derived from the feeling one feels while on MDMA, or Ecstasy.
The label blew up and put the Bay Area on a nationwide rap spotlight.
"Thizz, when Mac Dre was on the label, were a major factor. They were coming out of a transformative time in the Bay Area," said
Davey D, Bay Area journalist and hip-hop expert. "It was a resurgence of having national attention refocusing on the Bay." As Mac Dre and his label's popularity soared, he went on tour and played a show at a Kansas City club Nov. 1, 2004. As he left the club in a van, he was killed in a hail of gunfire.
Kansas City police named Kansas City rapper Fat Tone as a person of interest in Mac Dre's death, but by May 2005 Anthony "Fat Tone" Watkins and Jermaine "Cowboy" Akins, were found shot to death at a construction site near the Palms Casino. Bay Area rapper Andre "Mac Minister" Dow was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for their murders, and authorities said his motive was to avenge Mac Dre's murder. He is also accused of killing a prostitute who was a witness in Fairfield.
Lott, who was with Mac Dre when he died, took over Thizz Entertainment after his friend's death and produced albums for more than 60 artists, some who were arrested in the drug probe, including Gaylord Franklin, 32, who raps under the name "Geezy," Bruce Thurmon, 41, aka "Little Bruce," and Major Norton, aka "Dubee."
In July 2008, DEA agents found a confidential informant who led them to Lott, and an undercover agent made his first buy of 200 Ecstasy pills in a Vallejo gas station parking lot.
The agent gained the trust of Lott, who introduced him to the large distribution ring, focusing on Ecstasy with Transformers, Batman and Lexus emblems, but dealing in just about any drug, the DEA said.
After numerous undercover drug buys and hours of surveillance and recorded phone calls, the DEA pulled the agent in December 2010. During the year and half, members of Thizz Entertainment and its associates were slain and one was shot at by police in drug related activities, according to the DEA.
They began to spread the enterprise to other states where they made music connections while on tour, Weaver said. Drug shipments were sent from the Vallejo area to Oklahoma City, New York, Atlanta and Milwaukee, the DEA said.
The drug money is used to finance the rap label, he said, a strategy not uncommon to many young men trying to leave tough urban neighborhoods, Davey D said.
"Do my dirt and invest it into something legitimate and graduate," Davey D said. "It's a longtime formula that doesn't hold the stigma because it's looked at as bettering yourself and getting yourself out of danger. This is not an unusual story. I've heard that story lots and lots of times."
The story ended Thursday, as agents cascaded into Vallejo and other East Bay cities to serve arrest warrants on 25 Thizz Entertainment associates.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for May 4 in Sacramento federal court.
"Brian McKnight's" Raunchy New Song
"If You're Ready To Learn"
Ummmmmm, exsqueeze me. "Brian McNight" are you serious? "Let me show you how your p*#sy works"?. I mean, come on son! You're waaaay too grown, to be trying to pull this stunt.
So, your boy, cuz I aint claiming him today, but I will tomorrow, (lol) was going to drop a new song called "If You're Ready To Learn", which was supposed to expose his sensitive side, but instead he exposed his d*#k.
I mean, I'm all for sexy and seductive songs, but this was neither. It was down right raunchy!!!!! The fact that after he got negative press on the song, he comes back and says its a joke, is even a bigger joke. He should of never sang the lyrics on camera. And I don't know who he's been listening to, but he needs a new crew.
"Santorum" Calls "Obama" The N-Word?
Hmmm, ya'll know the song. "Here's What They Think About You". So, did "Republican Presidential" candidate "Rick Santorum" call "President Barack Obama" a "Anti War Government N*gger". Check out "TYT Supreme Court" to see what they think.
Me, myself and Irene, think "Barack" needs to knock him out sight-unseen. (Seem-seem-sala-beem") The say "what's in the heart comes out the mouth". I'm not surprised, because one thing I do know. You can only hold your breath for so long, before the real you has to rise to the surface.
For those of ya'll that think "President Barack Obama" isn't doing a good job, if ya'll vote in ANY of these republicans in the "White House" and you are not rich, you'll be sleeping in the our same "poor-minorities" ditch. You think its bad now, at least its getting better, but ya'll aint seen worse.
Cuz they don't care about the poor-homeless-unemployed or minorities, even though we are the majority. <<"We are the 99%".
"El DeBarge" Arrested, Again!
"El DeBarge" falls off the wagon on his road to recovery and gets arrested on last Wednesday, with possession of narcotics, with the intent to sell.
"El DeBarge" had gotten clean and began his comeback. In the last year and a half "El" had began traveling down the road of public redemption while trying to make his comeback. In 2010 he dropped his "Second Chance", album which was his first in almost 20 years.
Undercover narcotics officers were conducting an investigation near the 101 Freeway on last Monday when they spotted the "El DeBarge" and another male acting suspiciously. Officers recovered narcotics from an area where "DeBarge" had been, and the singer was booked on suspicion of possession of drugs for sale.
"Drake's" Ex "Catya" From "Bad Girls Club"
Speaks Out On "Drizzy's" Relationship With Her!
Prosthetic Baby Bump Folds & Collapses On Film!
Nothing But "Jelly" In Dat Belly
I'mma be honest, I could care less one way or the other if "Beyonce" could have a baby or not. Truthfully going through 9 months of carrying and delivering a baby aint always that gravy, if I was supa rich, I might would pay a surrogate, you get the baby, and keep your body.
If she can't have kids, tha't nothing to be ashamed about. She's not the first one and she wont be the last one. I understand that is the downside of being famous, because you live your life in public scrutiny and judgement, but she probably could of helped to encourage a lot of women with being truthful. It would of made her seem more human and down to earth, but what I aint gonna do is to pretend to be in labor, just to avoid the public naysayers.
I'll be honest. When I first saw her do her little belly rub on the award show, I was like, ummmm, you can't be dancing like that with a belly full of baby, in high heels. (That's Shake'n Baby Syndrome) But now, this all makes sense to me.
See, what happens when you try to be slick, you out slick yourself. Luckily for her, her prosthetic is made of memory foam and at least it remembered she was pretending like she was pregnant, and bounced right back into shape. Word on the street is that "Beyoncé" is wearing a fake prosthetic while her unknown surrogate carries her baby to term.
I aint even gonna get on all the "Illuminati" speculations, but you know you got to give up someone to have a successful career. Maybe this is hers. She can't have kids. Watch the "Illuminati" videos bellow if you want to. It's a little scary to me. They say you "sell your soul to the devil" for fame and fortune so, I could believe it. Even "Kanye" said he got a bad deal. Not saying she's humping on chickens and eating bats for lunch, but...... And I do know it's easy to play anything backwards and hear what you want to hear, and the play back recordings are not that clear.
Beyonce Backwards Messages (Sweet Dreams)
Beyonce - Single Ladies Illuminati exposed