Summer Madness 2, a popular event featuring artists that have made names for themselves on the battling scene going up against each other for some big bucks, recently went down…and one of the biggest moments was Loaded Lux vs. Calicoe. Lux came out of retirement just for this one, and used the phrase “You gon’ get this work,” during the battle, a gem that has been used countless times on social networking sites since then. It’s gotten so popular, even Jay-Z himself had to show some recognition. Check out the tweet below. I’m sure Calicoe is sick. Ha!
If you had sticker shock at $4 a gallon for gas, get ready for $9 gas.
Several LukOil franchise owners raised their prices to more than $8 a gallon on Wednesday to protest what they say is the company's unjustified pricing policies.
They complain that they have to pay up to $.20 a gallon more than other station owners and can't be competitive.
A station in South Plainfield, N.J. had signs listing regular gas for $8.99 a gallon and premium listed at $9.49 a gallon for cash and $9.59 for credit.
A Shell station across the street had regular gas priced at $3.99 a gallon.
More than 50 franchise owners in N.Y., N.J. and Penn. are part of the price-raising protest.
The clerk at the South Plainfield station told one driver, "I advise you to look at the price on the pump first, and if you like it, I'll fill your car up. If you don't, you can drive off." He decided to find another station.
By law, gas stations can not change prices more than once in a 24 hour period so the prices will remain in effect all day.
Other stations were charging even more for gas. A station in suburban Philadelphia was charging $9.99 a gallon gas for premium.
LukOil has not commented on the price protest.
It looks like the youngest member of the Native Tongues movement is back on the streets after 12 years in prison. It's been over a decade since Chi-Ali was sent to prison on charges of second-degree murder. Now, according to a recent report from HipHopWired, however, it appears as if the Bronx-born emcee has been finally released from prison. Chi-Ali was reportedly released from prison this past August after serving a 12-year bid for second degree murder. The youngest member of the Native Tongues crew was convicted of shooting his then-girlfriend's brother Sean Raymond in 2000, and was apprehended in 2001 after a year on the run. News broke of Ali's release after the "Age Ain't Nothin' But A #" rhymer appeared in a photo with Fat Joe and Lil Wayne from the set of Joe's upcoming "Yellow Tape" music video. The photo can be seen below.
It looks like the youngest member of the Native Tongues movement is back on the streets after 12 years in prison.
It's been over a decade since Chi-Ali was sent to prison on charges of second-degree murder. Now, according to a recent report from HipHopWired, however, it appears as if the Bronx-born emcee has been finally released from prison.
Chi-Ali was reportedly released from prison this past August after serving a 12-year bid for second degree murder. The youngest member of the Native Tongues crew was convicted of shooting his then-girlfriend's brother Sean Raymond in 2000, and was apprehended in 2001 after a year on the run.
News broke of Ali's release after the "Age Ain't Nothin' But A #" rhymer appeared in a photo with Fat Joe and Lil Wayne from the set of Joe's upcoming "Yellow Tape" music video. The photo can be seen below.
[CreamBMP Article] Fan Suing Lil Wayne for Wasting 20 Minutes of His Life Downloading Dedication 4 MixtapePosted by: Cliff Po |
“I wish he’d just get back on drugs, You know what I’m saying?”‘
Said Zachary Allen who believes Weezy was better when he was a syrup sipping, weed smoking, mouth to man kissing rapper.
Lil Wayne’s 4th installment to his Dedication mixtape series dropped Tuesday September 4th to disappointing reviews from fans all over the world.
“It was between killing myself and suing him. So I went with the obvious choice, sue him and if I don’t win …then I’ll kill myself.
You know how much sh*t I coulda done in 20 minutes?!? So many things.”
Fans around the world have every right to be upset since every track on the mixtape sounds like an advertisement for ‘stupid’.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Former neighborhood watch leader George Zimmerman wants to use Trayvon Martin's school records as part of his defense.
Zimmerman's attorney said Friday he has sent subpoenas to the schools the 17-year-old Martin attended in the Miami area. The subpoenas request disciplinary notices, suspensions and tardiness records among other things.
Martin was suspended by Miami-Dade County schools because traces of marijuana were found in a plastic baggie in his book bag. He was serving the suspension when he was shot Feb. 26 by Zimmerman.
Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder. He is pleading not guilty, claiming self-defense.
Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump has said the link between the youth and marijuana should have no bearing on the probe into his shooting death
Just two days after he took to Twitter and laughed off the murder of a teenage Chicago rapper Young Jojo, Chief Keef may have his rap career taken away before it really even got started.
Since the tweets from Keef hit the social networking site, and caused the police to investigate him for the murder of Jojo, the backlash has been strong, as the commentators are seemingly getting sick and tired of all the gang violence causing a huge spike in shootings and murders in Chicago.
As reported by the Chicago Sun-Times, a tweet came every 5 seconds on Thursday bashing Keef for his tweet made about Jojo’s death, and even calling for Interscope to drop him.
With all the upset people trying to get Interscope’s attention… it has worked as the record label is looking into the situation with Keef.
A source close to Interscope told the Sun-Time’s, bosses at the record label are waiting to see if police determine Chief Keef sent the Tweet or if his Twitter account was really hacked like he is claiming, or if he was involved in the gang conflict leading to the murder of Jojo before deciding the rapper’s future.
The source said:
“If the reported behavior is accurate, that is not something the label will tolerate and they will take appropriate action. There are a lot of unanswered questions.”
It’s looking like Chief Keef isn’t the only one with their career in jeopardy as two of his 3hunna crew members, Lil Reese and Lil Durk who signed deals with Def Jam earlier this year, and have been named as being involved in the situation may have been dropped from Def Jam, as brought to light by ChiRaqNews, they are longer listed on Def Jam’s website.