Saturday, June 21, 2008

Plies ft Jamie Foxx and The Dream - Please Excuse My Hands - listen here

WWE Commentator Jim Ross: I Am Becoming A Great Fan Of The UFC And MMA -whole story

I am becoming a great fan of the UFC and MMA in general as you might have gathered if you read this blog regularly. Look for the UFC to begin to make significant inroads in marketing and international growth as time goes on and this will happen much sooner than later. Some of the monies I have heard that the Affliction folks are paying their fighters is extraordinarily high, to be kind, but I am all for fighters/wrestlers, whomever making all the money they can. However if the numbers I have read are accurate then Affliction is going to be operating at a significant deficit for the foreseeable future which might be their strategy. Nonetheless there is no organization that is even close to the UFC in public perception which reaffirms my thoughts that UFC officials would be much better off continuing to improve their product and letting the other groups mismanage their way to obscurity. It is all about building stars and building a brand identity and that, whether it be MMA or pro wrestling, isn't going to change. Much like watching CBS's coverage of Elite XC, the brand Elite XC got less mentions or so it seemed than CBS which isn't in the MMA business….yet. Elite XC missed some opportunities to build their brand on CBS which is certainly not say that I did not enjoy their presentation because I did.

“Too many fathers are MIA. Too many fathers are AWOL,”

Talking tough on Father’s Day, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) challenged African-American men on Sunday to play more of a role in raising their children and warned them that “responsibility doesn’t just end at conception.”

“Too many fathers are MIA. Too many fathers are AWOL,” he told a huge African-American congregation in Chicago. “There’s a hole in your heart if you don’t have a male figure in the home that can guide you and lead you and set a good example for you.”

“What makes you a man is not the ability to have a child — any fool can have a child,” he said, to applause. “That doesn’t make you a father. It’s the courage to raise a child that makes you a father.”

Obama drew laughs when he talked about gyrating portrayals of him in the media: “That was when I wasn't black enough. Now I'm too black.” Responding to cheers and applause, he added ruefully, “Y'all remember.”

Obama said parents can’t use lack of government resources as an “excuse” for not doing anything for their children: “As fathers and as parents, we’ve got to spend more time with them, and help them with their homework, and turn off the TV set once in a while, turn off the video game and the remote control and read a book to your child."

The point about the remote is one Obama often makes on the campaign trail, always to big applause.

Obama met this week with evangelical ministers, and the speech could help him reach out to family-oriented conservatives who remain unenthusiastic about Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

Obama’s fatherhood speech was delivered at Apostolic Church of God in Chicago, where the crowd overflowed from the 3,000-seat sanctuary into the banquet hall.

Obama’s wife, Michelle, and their daughters, Sasha and Malia, also attended.

The senator declared that even many two-parent families can do a better job of preparing their children: “It’s a wonderful thing if you are married and living in a home with your children, but don’t just sit in the house and watch ‘SportsCenter’ all weekend long.”

Obama began by saying that too many fathers are “missing — missing from too many lives and too many homes,” having “abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men.”

“You and I know how true this is in the African-American community,” he said. “We know that more than half of all black children live in single-parent households, a number that has doubled — doubled — since we were children. We know the statistics — that children who grow up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime, nine times more likely to drop out of schools and 20 times more likely to end up in prison. They are more likely to have behavioral problems, or run away from home, or become teenage parents themselves. And the foundations of our community are weaker because of it.”
Reeling off a list of potential excuses, Obama acknowledged that cities also need more police, “fewer guns in the hands of people who shouldn’t have them,” more money for schools, better teachers, more after-school programs and more jobs and job training.

“But we also need families to raise our children,” he said. “We need fathers to realize that responsibility doesn’t just end at conception.”

Turning to his own life story, Obama said he knows “what it means to have an absent father, although my circumstances weren’t as tough as they are for many young people today.”

“Even though my father left us when I was 2 years old, and I only knew him from the letters he wrote and the stories that my family told, I was luckier than most,” he said. “I grew up in Hawaii, and had two wonderful grandparents from Kansas who poured everything they had into helping my mother raise my sister and me — who worked with her to teach us about love and respect and the obligations we have to one another. … So my own story is different in that way.

“Still, I know the toll that being a single parent took on my mother — how she struggled at times to the pay bills; to give us the things that other kids had; to play all the roles that both parents are supposed to play. And I know the toll it took on me. So I resolved many years ago that it was my obligation to break the cycle — that if I could be anything in life, I would be a good father to my girls; that if I could give them anything, I would give them that rock — that foundation — on which to build their lives. And that would be the greatest gift I could offer.”

Speaking as “an imperfect father,” Obama spoke of three lessons “we must strive to live and learn as fathers — whether we are black or white; rich or poor; from the South Side or the wealthiest suburb”:

* “The first is setting an example of excellence for our children — because if we want to set high expectations for them, we’ve got to set high expectations for ourselves. It’s great if you have a job; it’s even better if you have a college degree.”

* “The second thing we need to do as fathers is pass along the value of empathy to our children. Not sympathy, but empathy — the ability to stand in somebody else’s shoes; to look at the world through their eyes.”

* “[T]he final lesson we must learn as fathers is also the greatest gift we can pass on to our children — and that is the gift of hope. I’m not talking about an idle hope that’s little more than blind optimism or willful ignorance of the problems we face. I’m talking about hope as that spirit inside us that insists, despite all evidence to the contrary, that something better is waiting for us if we’re willing to work for it and fight for it. If we are willing to believe.”

Obama said that Washington also has a responsibility. “Because if fathers are doing their part, if they’re taking our responsibilities seriously to be there for their children, and set high expectations for them, and instill in them a sense of excellence and empathy, then our government should meet them halfway,” he said.

Obama acknowledged that this kind of change is a big undertaking, but said: “Life doesn’t count for much unless you’re willing to do your small part to leave our children — all of our children — a better world. Even if it’s difficult. Even if the work seems great. Even if we don’t get very far in our lifetime.

“We try. We hope,” he concluded. “We do what we can to build our house upon the sturdiest rock. And when the winds come, and the rains fall, and they beat upon that house, we keep faith that our Father will be there to guide us, and watch over us, and protect us, and lead His children through the darkest of storms into light of a better day. That is my prayer for all of us on this Father’s Day, and that is my hope for this country in the years ahead. May God bless you and your children. Thank you.”

Friday, June 20, 2008

R.Kelly Trial Star Witness Speaks Out

Lisa Van Allen, the star witness in R.Kelly’s child pornography trial spoke exclusively to about her relationship with the singer and why she decided to step forward to testify against the star. How did you meet R. Kelly?

Van Allen: I met him in Alpharetta, Georgia, at the “Home Alone” video shoot, probably in ’98. I was 17, and he was 31. I was fresh out of high school. My friend’s girlfriend was going to the video shoot, and he didn’t want her to go by herself. I just tagged along with her and ended up being an extra in it. So how did you go from being an extra to meeting him personally?

Van Allen: He sent his cousin over to me. This guy told me his cousin wanted to talk to me. I asked him who his cousin was, and he said, “R. Kelly.” I said, “Okay,” and he arranged for me to be taken back to his trailer. In between the scenes, he came back to the trailer and talked to me. I was very flattered. Out of all the girls at the video shoot, he picked me out of everybody to talk to. We ended up having intercourse. You had sex with him in the trailer that same day?

Van Allen: Yes. He started with a kiss, and from there we leaned back, and I just didn’t stop him. I was kind of worried that he wouldn’t want to see me again after that, but I wasn’t worried about the actual act at that time because I was just honored that he picked me. Being a young girl, I was like, “Wow.” I wasn’t thinking as a woman would. Now that I’m older, things are different. I would never go that route today. As a child, you don’t make all the right decisions. That’s why young girls shouldn’t be involved with grown men. Did you feel emotionally connected with him, or was it mostly a sexual relationship?

Van Allen: I thought we were really good friends and were really close. Once I moved up there, we did everything together. He’d be in the studio recording; I’d be there. He’d go to video shoots; I’d be there. He even went to get a colon cleanse, and I went with him. It wasn’t only sexual, but sex was a major part. Was he very controlling when it came to sex?

Van Allen: Yeah. He would always tell you what to do. You’d come into a situation where he’d want to have sex, and he’d coach you through the whole thing. He’d tell you which way to lie, which way to turn, what noises to make, how loud to moan, how to roll your body around. It was weird, but being that I was so young I still didn’t know what was the right way to do things sexually. I was still learning. He was a man, so I just followed his lead. I figured he knew more about this stuff, and that this is how it’s supposed to go. One of the more appalling aspects of the tape at the center of the trial is that the man peed on the girl in the video. Is that something R. Kelly did with you?

Van Allen: No, he never asked me to do that. We had never had a conversation about it, and he never tried to do that with me. Given the age difference, I’m curious about what you felt you had in common with him.

Van Allen: See, that’s the thing—he doesn’t act his age. His conversations are pretty much on a 17- or 18-year-old’s grade level. He would crack jokes a lot. We would go to McDonald’s all the time. He liked to go to Hoops, a basketball gym, every night. He would go to the mall a lot. So he was basically doing what kids that age were doing. Did you consider him to be your boyfriend?

Van Allen: In my head I did, until I found out later that he was married. When did you meet the girl alleged to be in the video?

Van Allen: I met her in ’98 also. I was 18 when I met her. My birthday is in June, so half of ’98 I was 17, and the other half I was 18. I met her at his house for a threesome. That was the first of three times we all had sex together. He videotaped it. He would tell us what to do—to kiss and touch each other, do oral on each other, oral on him. Things like that. It seemed like it was pretty routine for her. She seemed to know what to do. Not to say anything bad about her, but it didn’t seem to bother her. [R. Kelly has denied these allegations in court and was acquitted of all charges against him. ] Did you know how old she was?

Van Allen: He told me that she was 16. With me having just turned 18 at that time, it didn’t seem like a big age difference. I didn’t look at it as, “I’m 18, I’m a grown woman.” I saw her as being my age. How did you find out how old she really was?

Van Allen: I didn’t find out until after we’d had our sexual encounters. We were heading to a video shoot in a car together, and she was speaking about her birthday. And she was saying that when she turned 16 she wanted to get a PT Cruiser. She was supposed to have already been 16. And at this time, it was like a year after we had already done what we had done. So it led me to believe she was at least two years younger than she was supposed to have been back then. I was shocked. I felt betrayed because of how close I thought he and I were. I thought he would have been able to be honest with me. I didn’t bring it up or say anything to him about it. I just knew that was a situation I didn’t want to be put in again. [Read the entire interview at]

Bi -Weekly Beauty #3

Video: LL Cool J - Rockin’ With The G.O.A.T.

Soulja Boy reply to Ice-T’s “Soulja Boy ruined hip hop”


Thursday, June 19, 2008

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Meagan so so so Good!!!!

Meagan Good Complex Photo Shoot!

DJ Envy try'n 2 workout with LL cool J

The key word is "Try'n"

Ice T dissing Soulja boy and Hurricane chris

Ice said soulja boy single handedly ruined hiphop!

UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin Preview

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I got my money on rampage

UFC 86: Jackson vs. Griffin Preview

Top of the World ! Boston Celtics 2008 NBA Champions

and kobe's comments

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Young Buck ??????? Tell me he ant about 2 cry!!!!! - listen here

Awwwwwww mannnn
young bucks phone convo with 50
i'm hearn alot of ass kissn

Bi -Weekly Beauty #2

Azz gotta be fake

look a 1 min into it
shes in a red dress
it looks like shes hiding 2 watermelons in her dress

Monday, June 16, 2008

Lil Weezy in Rehab????

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A source has informed that Lil Weezy checked into rehab last night in Boca Raton, FL. Maybe he can kick that cocaine/oxycotin/nyquil fix for real this time (although we’re not holding our breath).

Story still developing…..

Cops found Oakland Raider Javon Walker unconscious !!!!!!!

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Cops found Oakland Raider Javon Walker unconscious in Vegas this morning.

FOX5 Las Vegas reports the wide receiver was found around 7:00 AM with an orbital fracture -- basically a busted eye socket. He was taken to a local hospital where he's in fair condition.

Cops refuse to confirm any details about the incident, including where exactly Walker was found.

Norm Clark reports the baller was partying it up at Tryst nightclub at the Wynn Hotel Saturday night, spraying the crowd with multiple bottles of champagne.

Story developing ...


Young Buck Says F*ck G-unit!!!!!

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While performing at a show over the weekend, former G-Unit member Young Buck shouted out, “F**k G-Unit!” then went on to explain his beef with Bugs Monkey:

“When I made the statement, ‘I ain’t never seen a royalty check,’ I didn’t say that sh** saying that the n**** 50 done took money from me or none of that ol’ sh**. I said it ’cause it’s real n****. When I say sh**, I mean the sh**. He took it a different way. I guess the n**** felt like I’m airing out family business or whatever.

He didn’t stop his rant there however. Buck continued on, letting 50 know his money can’t save him when he hits “rock bottom.

‘The n**** outta control … he feel like he got a whole lot until the n**** hit rock bottom and he got to crawl his ass back up,” explained Buck. “The different between me and a motherf***in’ 50 Cent is that I can hit the gutter n****. I can get back in the streets … on some real n**** sh** I can get right back out here — where all my people reside — and get money. I guarantee he couldn’t go back to his and do the same.’”

NBA finals

Kobe and the fakers are still in it i see!
KG will finnish'm them in Boston
no worries!!!!

Iron bite i mean Iron Mike in some more Drama

I dont know if this is tru or not
but let me keep my mouth shut
i dont want Iron bite i mean Iron Mike gettn mad at me

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Mike Tyson put up $50,000 for a "hit" on members of a vicious Brooklyn drug gang who allegedly shot his former bodyguard to death, a witness testified yesterday.

Nothing ever came of the contract on the Cash Money Brothers gang, Dwayne "Thor" Meyers testified.

The claim came during the trial of Abubakr Raheem, 38, an alleged member of the ruthless gang that controlled the Lafayette Gardens Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Raheem allegedly drove the getaway car in two turf-war slayings, according to prosecutors.
Meyers said the former heavyweight champ put up the money in retaliation for the June 2000 slaying of Darryl "Homicide" Baum, Tyson's ex-bodyguard and close friend.

Just two weeks after the slaying, Tyson dedicated his knockout fight against Lou Savarese to his "brother, Darryl Baum."

"I love you with all my heart . . . Oh, God, I'm mad," Tyson said at the time.

"We got word Mike Tyson and [another man] had both contributed $50,000 apiece for the murders of Cash Money Brothers," Meyers testified.

Baum was gunned down just a few months after allegedly firing nine shots at rapper 50 Cent.

Japcity - dissing (lil wayne, game, kanye and more)

Japcity going at your fav (down-low???) rappers (lil wayne, game, kanye and more)
u should watch it if you havent

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Turn on's

What does the opposite sex wear that is a turn on for you ?

Me personally im a sucker for women in heels!
I just love the way it brings out their curves and assets !!!!!
Dayumn !!!!
Heels and Skirts (and im putty in your hands)
but fellas let me know if u agree or not
and ladies let me know what u like so next time im out shopp'n i'll know how to cover up this billion dollar swagga.

Bi- weekly Beauty #1

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Happy fathers day!!! (The Game, Juelz Santana, Busta & Big Boi Speak About Fatherhood )

This is always a good thing to see !!!!!!!!

R.Kelly Found Not Guilty On Sex Tape Charges!

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I heard money is power but unless he brought a look alike i didn't think he was gettn off!

speaking of Kells
heres his brother puttn him out there

Bow Wow responds - "She Was Just With Me 2 Days Ago, & Rita G? I Never Met That Broad In My Life"

dayumn bow wow


Rita G & Dolicia Bryant Put Bow Wow On Blast! Rita Says Bow Wow Tried To Holla At Her When He Was With Ciara (Speak On Kanye West & Masterbating)

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