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Sunday, November 27, 2011

[Video] Sunni Ali - The Truth



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"SKIRTZ NO JEANS"   http://youtu.be/9i3inpo_YYI


Wyclef Jean Forced To Defend His Charity


PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) —  

Haiti hip hop star Wyclef Jean says he's proud of the way his charity responded after the earthquake almost two years ago.

He says his Yele Haiti Foundation rebuilt an orphanage and set up a system of outdoor toilet and shower facilities in one of the largest shanties in the Haitian capital.

Jean's comments Sunday follow reports published by The New York Post saying his foundation collected $16 million in 2010 but less than a third of that went to emergency efforts. The Post also says $1 million was paid to a Florida firm that doesn't appear to exist.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Ice Cube Confirms Last Friday Film For Christmas 2013


via @AlwayzTherro

When this movie drops its going to be a good day for the industry as a whole. This movie has had an affect on our culture so much its crazy. TMZ has learned … Cube has already reached out to the actor to reprise his role as his burrito-eating, dog-catching father, Willie Jones, in the next “Friday” movie.

We spoke to Witherspoon … who tells us, “I said, ‘HELL YEAHHHH! I am ready to do this!” Witherspoon says nothing is in stone yet … but he’s very confident everything will be worked out.  TMZ broke the story … Cube has also been in talks with Chris Tucker and Tiny Lister about reprising the roles they made famous in the 1995 hit.

WItherspoon says he’s excited to work with all his old pals — but he’s more fired up about the women … telling us, “One thing for sure that I do look forward to seeing on the set is pretty girls.” “Cube always has bunch fine women on the set. I am an old black man, how could I not look forward to taping with a bunch of pretty girls surrounding the set?”

Thursday, November 17, 2011

$4M Worth Of Cocaine Found In Boxer Ivan Calderon's Home


SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP)—

Federal agents in Puerto Rico have seized more than $4 million worth cocaine from a house owned by pro boxer Ivan Calderon.

Drug Enforcement Administration spokeswoman Laila Rico says 225 kilograms (nearly 500 pounds) of cocaine were found when agents raided the house in the coastal town of Humacao.

Calderon issued a statement Wednesday to WAPA-TV in Puerto Rico denying any knowledge of the drugs. The boxer says the house was one of a number of investment properties he owns and he was not aware of any illegal activities there.

The house was raided earlier this week following the arrest of an alleged Puerto Rican trafficker who has been charged in Miami with smuggling cocaine into the U.S. through the Dominican Republic.

Drug Tunnel Discovered. 17 Tons Of Marijuana Seized



An estimated 17 tons of marijuana were seized in the discovery of a cross-border tunnel that authorities said Wednesday was one of the most significant secret drug smuggling passages ever found on the U.S.-Mexico border.

The tunnel discovered Tuesday stretched about 400 yards (400 meters) and linked warehouses in San Diego and Tijuana, authorities said.

U.S. authorities seized about nine tons of marijuana inside a truck and at the warehouse in San Diego's Otay Mesa area, said Derek Benner, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent in charge of investigations in San Diego. Mexican authorities recovered about eight tons south of the border.

Authorities spoke at a news conference near packages of seized dope festooned with labels of Captain America, Sprite and Bud Light. The markings are codes to identify the owners.

Photos taken by Mexican authorities show an entry blocked by bundles that were likely stuffed with marijuana, said Paul Beeson, chief of the Border Patrol's San Diego sector. Tunnel walls were lined with wood supports. The passage was equipped with lighting and ventilation systems.

The tunnel was about four feet high and three feet wide. It dropped about 20 feet on the U.S. side.
Two men allegedly seen leaving the warehouse in a truck packed with about three tons of pot were pulled over Tuesday on a highway in suburban La Mesa and arrested. A California Highway Patrol officer was overwhelmed by the smell, according to a federal complaint.

Cesar Beltran and Ruben Gomez each face a maximum penalty of life in prison if convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana, said Alana Robinson, chief of the U.S. attorney's narcotics enforcement section in San Diego. They were scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.

Cross-border tunnels have proliferated in recent years, but the latest find is one of the more significant, based on the amount of drugs seized.

Raids last November on two tunnels linking San Diego and Tijuana netted a combined 50 tons of marijuana on both sides of the border, two of the largest pot busts in U.S. history. Those secret passages were lined with rail tracks, lighting and ventilation.

As U.S. authorities tighten their noose on land, tunnels have emerged as a major tack to smuggle marijuana. Smugglers also use single-engine wooden boats to ferry bales of marijuana up the Pacific Coast and pilot low-flying aircraft that look like motorized hang gliders to make lightning-quick drops across the border.
More than 70 tunnels have been found on the border since October 2008, surpassing the number of discoveries in the previous six years. Many are clustered around San Diego, California's Imperial Valley and Nogales, Ariz.

California is popular because its clay-like soil is easy to dig with shovels. In Nogales, smugglers tap into vast underground drainage canals. Authorities said they found a drug tunnel Tuesday in Nogales, running from a drain in Mexico to a rented house on the U.S. side.

San Diego's Otay Mesa area has the added draw that there are plenty of warehouses on both sides of the border to conceal trucks getting loaded with drugs. Its streets hum with semitrailers by day and fall silent on nights and weekends.

After last November's twin finds, U.S. authorities launched a campaign to alert Otay Mesa warehouse landlords to warning signs. Landlords were told to look for construction equipment, piles of dirt, sounds of jackhammers and the scent of unburned marijuana.

U.S. authorities linked the November finds to Mexico's Sinaloa cartel, headed by that country's most-wanted drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. The cartel has expanded its sphere of influence to Tijuana in recent years.

U.S. authorities said the sophistication of the latest tunnel suggests that a major Mexican drug cartel was involved, but no link has been established.

Tape: Teacher Bullies Special Ed Student In NJ


WARNING: This tape will piss you off

View more videos at: http://nbcphiladelphia.com.

I'm not going to lie, when the teacher delivered his "chopper" line, I laughed at how ridiculous it all seemed; almost surreal. It was very real! What would you do in this situation if your child were being bullied at school by their teacher?

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Hip Hop: Who Has The Most Klout?


The Klout Score measures influence based on your ability to drive action. Every time you create content or engage you influence others. The Klout Score uses data from social networks in order to measure:

  • True Reach: How many people you influence
  • Amplification: How much you influence them
  • Network Impact: The influence of your network
The Klout score is more relevant than people think. It measure much more than popularity or fame. It measures INFLUENCE on a scale of 1-100. This is my list of hip hop artists and moguls and their respective Klout scores. You may be surprised!


Drake -90 (steady)
Nicki Minaj - 89 (steady)

Wale - 88 (steady)
Mac Miller - 88 (steady)
Lil Wayne - 84 (steady)
Wiz Khalifa - 84 (steady)
Rick Ross - 83 (steady)
Yelawolf - 83 (rising fast)

Snoop Dogg - 82 (steady)
Tyler The Creator - 82 (steady)
Tyga - 82 (steady)
J Cole - 81 (steady)
Big Sean - 81 (steady)
Soulja Boy - 80 (steady)
50 Cent - 80 (steady)
Kreayshawn - 79 (steady)
Nas - 79 (steady)

Eminem - 79 (steady)
Kanye West - 78 (slight decline)
The Game - 78 (declining)
Diggy Simmons - 78 (slight decline)
Ludacris - 78 (slowly rising)
Machine Gun Kelly - 78 (steady)

Astronomical Kid aka Astro - 76 (rising fast)

Lil B - 76 (steady)
Waka Flocka Flame - 76 (slowly rising)
Fabolous - 74 (slight decline)
Lupe Fiasco - 74 (steady)
Busta Rhymes - 73 (steady)
Slim Thug - 71 (steady)
Jay-Z - 71 (slight incline)
 Bun B - 71 (steady)
Plies - 71 (steady)
Jim Jones - 70 (steady)
Kendrick Lamar - 70 (rising)
Big Krit - 68 (steady)
Trae Tha Truth - 67  (steady)
Webbie - 66 (steady)
Ice Cube - 64 (steady)
Chamillionaire - 64 (steady)
Wreckamic - 64 (rising slightly)
Gucci Mane - 63 (steady)
Paul Wall - 63 (slight incline)
Z-Ro - 61 (steady)
Jay Rock - 54 (declining fast)
Chalie Boy - 53 (steady)
Tum Tum - 45 (steady)

Are you surprised to see your favorite rapper lower than other rappers you can't stand? Wonder why Jay-Z, Eminem, Nas, Kanye West, Ludacris and other super stars didn't crack the top 10? Well, it's all about social networking and posting content that is relevant to a wide consumer base. Justin Bieber's Klout score is 100 because whatever he posts online, other influential people re-post, re-tweet, re-blog, like, love and share to their respective networks. I was surprised to learn that my Klout score was higher than Gucci Mane because he is so famous but when I looked at his Twitter, his tweets weren't interesting and he rarely tweets. Jay Z may be THE most influential rapper on this list but his Klout is low compared to his impact on the culture because he doesn't utilize social media that much at all. Artists like Mac Miller, Tyler The Creator, Tyga, Yelawolf, Big Sean, Astro, Lil B, and Machine Gun Kelly have successfully cultivated a loyal fan base that helps spread their content like wildfire across the web.