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Friday, April 29, 2011

Tyga Gives Diddy $10,000 Custom Versace Robe!

Ice-T On Soulja Boy Playing 2pac's Role In The Movie Juice Remake! "At Some Point. Somebody Got To Stop It" + Dry Snitching & More [Audio]

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cops catch nigga doing all the stick ups in stapleton

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Alexander Molina, above, for questioning in connection with five robberies that have occurred within the confines of the North Shore’s 120th Precinct. (Photo courtesy/NYPD)
Police say they’ve caught a homeless man who went on a two-day stickup spree that started with a scary Stapleton episode in which he smashed a woman’s car window while she was inside.

Alexander Molina, 34, whose last known address was on Water Street in Stapleton, was picked up by the NYPD’s Warrant Squad yesterday morning, just hours after police released his name and photo to the press.

Before his alleged five store holdups, Molina came upon a woman sitting in her parked car on the 500 block of Vanderbilt Avenue about 12:45 a.m. Sunday, a law enforcement source said.

He broke her window and ordered her, “Give me what you have,” the source said, and she complied, handing him $40 and a cell phone.

In all, Molina’s alleged reign of terror netted him perhaps $1,000 total, the source said.

As police tell it, Molina committed five separate store robberies on Sunday and Monday:

at 8:20 a.m. Sunday, he walked into a grocery store at 4 Osgood Ave., Stapleton, went behind the counter, simulated pointing a gun through his pocket, and took cash;

at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, he hit the Stuyvesant Place Deli and Grocery at 105 Stuyvesant Pl., St. George, where he walked up to the counter, pulled out a gun and demanded cash. When a clerk gave him the money, he ran out;

at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, he went into a grocery store at 2071 Clove Rd., Grasmere, pulled a gun, walked behind a counter and demanded money;

at 4:50 a.m. Monday, he walked into the My Deli store at 200 Rhine Ave., Concord, pulled a gun, then grabbed the cash register. He ran off, carrying the cash register, and, according to a law enforcement source, smashed it to the ground to get at $475 inside;

at 7:55 p.m. Monday, he walked into the Concord Liquor Store at 548 Vanderbilt Ave., Concord, where he paraded a victim to the back of the store at the point of “a hard object” and removed cash from two separate registers.

Police have charged Molina with multiple counts of robbery, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon, burglary and criminal mischief. He’s expected to be arraigned today in Stapleton Criminal Court.

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Kevin Hart Jay Leno Interview

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

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Diddy Interview With TheFADER


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Cam’Ron & Vado On Juan Epstein

Killa and Vado were recently the latest guests on Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds‘ Juan Epstein podcast. Cam shares some of his fondest stories, appearance on The O’Reilly Factor and a whole lot more.

Cop Punches Girl in the Face at IHOP!

Antoine Dodson Appears In Court Clowning & Talking About How His Charges SUCK & He Does't Deserve To Be There antoine dodson antoine dodson arrested antoine dodson in court


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Mariners Harbor man pleads guilty in slaying

luke-wilder.jpgLuke Wilder, 32, of Mariners Harbor, has pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A Mariners Harbor resident has admitted to killing another resident of his community two years ago.
Luke Wilder, 32, has pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter stemming from the Aug. 7, 2009, death of Jamel Bazemore, 29.
Prosecutors accused Wilder of gunning down the victim outside the Arlington Terrace Apartments.
Bazemore, who lived on nearby Pond Way, was hit with a bullet in the head shortly after 7 p.m. in front of the entrance to 85 Holland Ave., said authorities.
Wilder fled the scene and was arrested about six weeks later.
Shortly after the killing, a resident, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Advance that Bazemore was slain after walking toward the apartment buildings.
Wilder approached the victim and shot him, according to a law enforcement source.
The source said Wilder initially had claimed self-defense but a witness disputed that account. The witness said there was no struggle before the shooting.
Police said the two men knew each other.
Bazemore’s family said the victim worked as a deliveryman for a Staten Island auto-parts company.
Nicknamed "Mellow" for his easygoing demeanor, Bazemore had settled in Mariners Harbor with his mother about a decade before he was slain.
Wilder was indicted on second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and weapons charges. He was pronounced fit for trial in October of last year after undergoing psychiatric exams.
Under the plea deal reached yesterday, Wilder will be sentenced to 15 years in prison, said a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan. Sentencing is slated for May 20.
His lawyer could not immediately be reached today for comment.


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Ice-T on The Colbert Report

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Real World XXV: Vegas › Full Episodes

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

How Do You Feel About Khloe Kardashian-Odom’s Acting On “Law & Order?” [Video]


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MUSIC VIDEO Camron & Vado "Hey Muma"

Camron & Vado dropped the Official Video for the single "Hey Muma" of their new album Gunz N’ Butta.


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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Buying A Counterfeit Designer Bag Could Soon Land You In Jail Or A $1000 Fine

Buyer beware: A proposed bill could land knockoff shoppers with a fine -- or even jail.Pretty soon, it could be more than just the fashion police who have a problem with your shoddy knockoff bag, like this bogus Louis Vuitton.
Buyers could face a year in jail or a $,1000 fine under a proposed bill by a city councilwoman fed up with cheapskate tourists and Big Apple residents flooding her district in search of fake designer merchandise.
"We don't want to be known as the place to come to get counterfeit goods," said Councilwoman Margaret Chin, whose Chinatown district is ground zero for counterfeiters.
Under Chin's bill, which is being introduced Thursday, shoppers caught buying any counterfeit product could be jailed or slapped with a fine of $1,000 -- a little less than the price of Marc Jacobs' frequently copied Baroque Quilting Mini Stam bag, which retails for $1,250.
"It's a very big problem," Chin said of the counterfeit market. "People are still coming, and the industry is growing, and we have to stop the demand. We need people to know that they are feeding this demand."
Several of Chin's colleagues have expressed support for the bill, and she already has five co-sponsors.
The punishment might seem draconian, but it's necessary to curb the growing problem, she said.
She pointed out that the money that counterfeiters rake in often funds other nefarious activities, such as terrorism and unsafe child-labor practices.
But try telling that to bargain hunters.
Christine Gambino, 21, of Staten Island -- who was in Chinatown yesterday sporting a fake Louis Vuitton handbag that cost her $40 -- vowed to continue to hit the neighborhood for counterfeit goodies.
"I'll take a risk and sacrifice to look good and pay less," she said.
Erma Charles of Brooklyn said she knows it's wrong, but she can't resist.
"Everyone steals," the teacher said as she walked in Chinatown.
If the law passes, Chin said, she'll work to blanket problem areas like Chinatown with signs warning people about the new rules.
The law specifically states that buyers should know their goods are counterfeit because of the low price and location where they are buying them.
But don't worry if you're strolling down the street swinging your fake Vuitton and the police pass by. You have to be caught actually buying the goods to be charged, according to the proposal.
Surprisingly, legit merchants -- who could lose street traffic if the ubiquitous black-market vendors were to leave -- applauded the proposal.
Sandy Lui, manager of Optical 88 on Hester Street, acknowledged that she might lose customers, since many people come to Chinatown specifically to buy knockoffs, but she said she supports a crackdown on principle.
"It's wrong to sell [fake goods]. I don't like people coming in here assuming we also sell fake stuff," she said.
Cops -- who have struggled to stop the growing problem -- said the law would be difficult to enforce.
"It's never going to fly," one officer said.

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Buyer beware: A proposed bill could land knockoff shoppers with a fine -- or even jail.

Lethal Lipps getting her fat ass fucked

The Bad Girls Club Reunion Gets Physical As Expected

Prodigy Responds to Capone

Lilly Scrappy Himself Talking To Hot 107.9 About Soulja Boy Banging His Former Fiance Diamond lil scrappy lil scrappy mother diamond soulja boy dimond dating soulja boy


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Beyonce & Rihanna Fans Upset With Jennifer Hudson Over Comments

In a recent interview with The Daily Mirror, Jennifer spoke about her new figure and in the process she made a comment that some Beyonce & Rihanna fans took offense to.
“I’ve love my new figure. All the fabulous clothes I can wear and get sent, I joke that I’m like a walking billboard now. But I won’t be taking my clothes off – no way at all. Beyonce and Rihanna can have that. I like to cover up more. I won’t do Playboy. Playboy can call, and wait. That’s just not me.”
Jennifer didn't deny the statement but she let people know she has love for both Beyonce & Rihanna
“I think [y'all] know me better than that. I love both Beyonce [and] Rihanna. I hate when people try to be messy. [Bey] and Ri know me better than that 2.”

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Love & Hip Hop Episode 7

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Cam'Ron - Be With Me / Just Right

'Mob Wives' Episode 2 recap: cat fights and prison plights

Renee GrazianoStaten Island's own Renee Graziano mocks a police mugshot pose in this photo posted to her fan page.

This week’s episode picks up right in the middle of the fight between Renee and Karen.
The “ladies” scream and curse, point fingers in faces, and obviously resolve nothing. Drita decides to intervene because she thinks that the two should work things out. Renee doesn’t think it’s any of Drita’s business.
Then the two of them get into an even worse screaming match until Renee, who claimed just minutes earlier that she is never intimidated enough to leave, finally storms out.
The rest of the episode mainly deals with the aftermath of the arguing, Renee’s son’s lousy grades and even lousier father, and Drita’s concerns regarding her husband’s prison release date.


Intoxx Fitness, Richmond Valley: Drita and Carla work out while discussing just how much physical damage Drita could have done to Renee.
Buddha Lounge, Charleston: Drita and Carla go out for cocktails and a distressed Drita asks the bartender for her opinion on her husband’s penchant for prison.
Synergy Fitness, New Springville: Renee and her son AJ box while waiting for AJ’s father who never shows up.


-- The ladies fighting at the very beginning is painful to watch. Grown women screaming at each other and threatening to beat each other up is uncomfortable to say the least.
-- Drita’s phone call with her incarcerated husband is nauseating. After she demands to know when he will be coming home and threatens to leave him he curses her out and tells her where she can shove the care package that she never sent him.


“She’s gonna get (expletive) laid out in a (expletive) minute.” - Drita, talking about Renee (see the glossary below for further explanation)
“You just said the ‘F’ word like ten times.” - AJ, 16, talking to his mother Renee
“You should be waiting. You stupid (expletive).” - Lee, talking to his wife Drita on a phone call he made from prison


Fortunately the ladies didn’t utter the actual words “Staten Island” very often in this episode, but constant images of the Verrazano Bridge and plenty of familiar scenery serve as an upsetting reminder that these women are in fact our neighbors. In this episode the women flaunted their absolute lack of class and viewers also got to see how disrespectful and outright disgusting some of their significant others are as well. The only decent people on this show are the children. On the Shame-O-Meter Scale of 1-10, this episode gets a solid 8.


Laid out: to get beaten in a fight, to get knocked out

Watch as the women laugh, cry, and go shopping for fur coats, all while dealing with the aftermath of the Mafia bust that led to the arrest of 127 suspected gangsters earlier this year.

DJ Megatron suspect worked cleanup in Supreme Court building after shooting, sources say

megatron.jpgWilliam Williams is escorted out of the 120 Police Precinct stationhouse on April 7.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- William (Billy) Williams, one of the accused killers of DJ Megatron, spent his last night of freedom doing cleanup work inside the state Supreme Court building, St. George, as part of a supervised-release program for parolees and other lawbreakers, the Advance has learned.
Williams, 21, indicted along with Richard Cromwell, 20, in the shooting of the hip hop DJ, was part of a state Division of Parole program under which parolees and petty criminals sentenced to community service do nighttime waxing, mopping and sweeping work in the courthouse, Borough Hall and at 130 Stuyvesant Pl.
Williams was part of the Parole program after being released from state prison in December after serving 30 months for burglary. The building at 130 Stuyvesant is home to the borough district attorney’s office that is prosecuting the case against Williams and Cromwell.
Sources told the Advance that Williams, a Clifton resident, worked in Supreme Court, the building where he could stand trial for murder, on the night of April 5. He was arrested the next morning.
Williams last worked with a crew inside 130 Stuyvesant, waxing floors, on March 23, four days before the murder of DJ Megatron, whose real name was Corey McGriff.
Williams’ involvement in the Parole program has led GOP D.A. Daniel Donovan to ask the city Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), which manages the three facilities, to bar those involved with the program from working anywhere in his building.
"I’ve asked DCAS to stop assigning parolees to work in this building, and they’ve agreed," Donovan said. "Although the participants in this program were only assigned to limited areas of this building, working after-hours and under close supervision, we had many concerns about security and the confidentiality of our case files. The fact that one of those participants was a violent felon who is now facing murder charges certainly lends credence to our concerns."
Those working in the program were always prohibited from working on the actual floors where the D.A.’s offices and staff are located.
The Parole Division and DCAS did not return a phone call seeking comment.
A law enforcement source wasn’t surprised that Williams continued to show up for his assignment even after allegedly taking part in the Megatron homicide.
"If he fled, he figured that that would put him on the radar," the source said. "He probably felt he was safest if he kept showing up for work."