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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

staten island shamika sanders interviews Mindless Behavior

mindless behaviorIf ever, you want to be deafened by ear bludgeoning screams, attend a Mindless Behavior concert…or stand outside a Mindless Behavior concert, or mention their name around loyal Mindless Behavior fans (either one works!).
I was able to catch up with the quartet last week, when they ventured into town for the Scream Tour. Hundreds of girls lined up in Times Square, some bold adolescents there (in line) since 9am.
Being a former-B2K fanatic, I understand how important it is for the band to acknowledge us them (sorry had a flashback), so I took some questions from the crazed teenagers who were impatiently waiting to enter the Best Buy Theater. I told them I would ask the boys; some jumped in the air as if I couldn’t see them amidst the groups of singing minors, many yelled and a few even cried. One bold youngster reached out and grabbed my hand.
Finally, after going through the secret service of security, I was able to sit down with Prodigy, Princeton, Ray Ray and Roc Royal. They were very respectful, Princeton, the most gentleman like of all, even stood up so I could sit down comfortably. They were extremely happy to hear from their fans, so much so that they knew the lovely young ladies who I showed them, by name!
Check out how the boys answer their fan questions below:

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T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle (Ep.1)


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Don’t slip! If she does, that Botty will save her! 

2 Chainz “Spend It” x “K.O.” On Shade 45

staten island: Frankie Nelson Deal sends him to prison for 7 years for the murder of Jerome Mitchell aka Rome Black

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A Port Richmond resident faces seven years in prison stemming from a slaying last year inside a Mariners Harbor apartment building.

Frankie Nelson, 23, of Faber Street, pleaded guilty yesterday in state Supreme Court, St. George, to attempted first-degree manslaughter in connection with the Sept. 17, 2010, shooting of Jerome Mitchell.

Mitchell, 23, was gunned down about 4 a.m. in the lobby of 55 Holland Ave. in the Arlington Terrace Apartments complex, said police.

The victim, known to his friends as “Romey,” “Rome Black” and “Nino,” was hit in the stomach and later pronounced dead at Richmond University Medical Center, West Brighton, authorities said.

Nelson was arrested three weeks after the shooting on Oct. 7.

He was charged with second-degree murder and two counts of criminal weapon possession.

Peter N. Spencer, a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan said prosecutors were hindered by a lack of evidence.

“This was a case in which there was no forensic evidence, no DNA, no video placing the defendant at the scene, no murder weapon recovered and a witness who was reluctant to testify,” he said yesterday. “Under these extremely difficult circumstances, the assistant district attorneys did an admirable job to resolve this case and obtain some justice for Jerome Mitchell’s family.”

Under the agreement, Nelson will be sentenced Dec. 19 to seven years in prison and five years’ post-release supervision, said Spencer.

“It was a plea deal that my client couldn’t refuse,” said Mitchell’s lawyer, Mario F. Gallucci, in a brief telephone interview. “I take my hat off to Assistant District Attorneys Mark Palladino and Om Kakani for recognizing the strengths and weaknesses in their case, enabling a plea deal satisfactory to all.”

Kourtney Kardashian Is Pregnant With Baby No. 2!

Kourtney Kardashian JB Lacroix/WireImage
Can't get enough of the adorableness known as Mason Disick?
Well, you're in luck: He's gonna be a big brother!
That's right,  Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are expecting their second child together.
(Cue Mason's supercute diaper dance.)
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In an exclusive statement to E! News, Kourtney says, "Scott and I are so excited to announce that we are expecting our second child and are thrilled to be expanding the love in our family." Kourt first confirmed the happy news to Us Weekly.
And while rumors swirled over the summer that the 32-year-old might already be on her way to delivering a playmate for Mason, it was really just five weeks ago that she even took a pregnancy test. Which, of course, turned out positive, leading her to wake up Scott and tell him the good news—at the bright and early hour of 7 a.m.
"Now I'm nine weeks along," she told the mag. "You're supposed to wait 12 weeks to tell people, but I feel confident."
Meanwhile, Scott said that the pregnancy wasn't exactly a shock.
"It wasn't like we weren't trying," the 28-year-old said. "We kind of just said, 'If it's meant to be, it'll be.' "
And what perfect timing! The eldest Kardashian sister just started her web series, Kourtney's Mommy Blog, on E! Online, where she dishes on what she's learned raising Mason, shares her kid tips, parenting philosophy and A-list know-how, starting with fashion.
It seems fitting that there might be some pregnancy tips coming up soon, too.
Congrats to the growing family!

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No escape for Vybz Kartel

POLICE have thrown cold water on claims that embattled Deejay Vybz Kartel has escaped from the New Horizon Adult Remand Centre early this morning.
Reports have gone viral on the internet and on social networks that the Deejay and seven other inmates held guards hostage at gunpoint minutes after 1:00 am and stole uniforms and a vehicle belonging to the Correctional Services Department before escaping.
Police have dispelled rumours that Vybz Kartel escaped custody early this morning.
The police have also dispelled rumours that a guard died from a heart attack and 12 others were injured.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Les Green told the Observer early this morning that he had no knowledge of the reported jail break.
"I know nothing about that. If that had taken place I would would certainly have known," Green said.
Police at Denham Town Police station, the closest police station to the remand centre were also unaware of the reports as was the Constabulary Communication Network who also claimed ignorance of any jail break.
"It may be an attempt by his cronies to keep him in the news but they don't need to spread rumours to do that because he will be in the news for quite some time," one cop told the Observer.
Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adijah Palmer, is facing two murder charges, conspiracy to murder, illegal possession of a firearm and possession of ganja charges.
He was arrested on October 1 and has repeatedly been denied bail when he appeared in court.

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The Reunion Interview: Gloria Govan On Jackie’s “Kooky” Behavior And How Basketball Wives L.A. Compares To Miami

The day of the Basketball Wives L.A. reunion, I spoke to Gloria Govan as she was catching up on the season finale and watching herself and the rest of the cast “break up” with Jackie. We watched the final few moments together and discussed the rocky relationship that developed over the course of the season (Gloria admits the ladies were actually scared of Jackie by the end), before addressing the other dramatic cliffhanger of the episode, her relationship with Matt. (More on their split here.) Here’s my complete chat with Gloria, who was so candid and open about everything from her relationship to how much better her experience was in L.A. compared to Miami.

In the final episode, what did you guys do after you all left the restaurant after meeting with Jackie?
We stood outside the restaurant for like ten minutes and were just kinda like “What in the hell?” in the parking lot. We were all confused and they obviously didn’t show everything, but we were like, this girl is crazy. She kept saying “Y’all need to be truthful! Y’all don’t even know what you’re talking about!” But we were like “We made a chart,” we showed up an hour early at the restaurant to make sure we were all on the same page, and when she came in, you know, we were like “Oh my God,” because honestly when we left Hawaii, we were afraid. We thought she was gonna pop out in the parking lot and attack. We were freaked out, seriously. It was to the point where we were asking for security. All of us were like, she’s crazy! And all she kept saying was “Y’all gonna be sorry, you don’t know who you’re messing with, y’all gonna be sorry,” and we were like, “This girl’s got like eight personalities.”
I think Malaysia was the one who joked that she was off her meds, did you actually think that too?
I was always like “Oh, Jackie’s just sensitive, whatever, it’s fine,” but there was that one point where I was like “She needs to be checked out,” dead serious, she needs medical attention. We were actually thinking about looking to get her into a psych ward and get tested.
Was there a turning point that? Because up until right before Hawaii, everything seemed so fine with her.
It was just nuts because she was playing everybody, so she would go up to you and say one thing and when you left, she would go up to the next person, and a lot of times, what Jackie does is the way she feels about you, she’ll tell you that’s how someone else feels to make it seem like it’s not coming from her. She she would be like “Uh huh, girl, they’re saying you’re fat and that you and Matt are terrible together and y’all this and y’all that,” and you ask that person like “You said that about me?” and then you find out “Jackie, that’s how YOU really feel, you don’t have to lie and say Imani said it,” or whoever else said it. But the turning point was Hawaii when Laura and Imani had that talk on the beach. Jackie was so freaked out. She was like “Uh oh.” I’m not there to monitor or regulate or put my two cents in, and you can see that she was wigging out like “What are they saying? Why can’t they just say it in front of the group?” and she was really worried that they were going to realize what she did. That’s when the turning point really came. She was at people’s rooms, she was calling people in the middle of the night, she was outside the door, it was some MacGyver type of stuff.
So the “kookiness” that we saw on the show was toned down from how it really was?

It wasn’t that it was toned down so much, but no one pinpointed that it was her yet, no one ever brought it up, we just all thought “That’s just Jackie,” but when it started to spill over into creepiness, that’s when everyone started talkin’. The thing about Jackie is that she likes to stir stuff up internally and then be the person that tries to fix it, so she’s walking around like the big sister, and then she just talks and talks and talks and makes you think “Well maybe I AM crazy, did I really say that?” and you start to question yourself.
Was it weird to you that Jackie went from like, den mother who everyone looked up to to the crazy one, and Draya went from the outsider to, you know, someone everyone ended up liking in the end?
Yeah, it was kind of crazy how everyone switched roles. Even Malaysia and I went from not really liking each other to her, you know, finding her walk with God and she really came into her own, and Imani, she didn’t like me either, she was one of the ones who was like “If I don’t like your sister, I might as well not like you” and I was like “Imani, I’m the only one here that you knew, I introduced you to Laura!”
How was it working with Laura?
Did you worry at all about her, that her reputation preceded her and she’d get some heat?
Yeah, I definitely thought that I’d have to spend at least the first half defending her, coming from Miami and all those assumptions and that scrutiny. I was prepared for that, but then again, knowing Imani, and Laura having known Jackie, the only two that I was worried about were Malaysia and Draya. I didn’t know them, they didn’t know my sister, that was the only time that I was on edge. But in terms of working with her, it was hilarious. We shot a lot together and we’d always laugh. the crew had to be like “Come back to us, focus up!” It was classic.
It was great to see your family too.
My parents are hilarious and it was really cool for people to see our character, where we came from and mom and dad still together after 36 years.
What did the rest of your family think of you doing another series after you had such a tumultuous time on the Miami show?

They know I’m a strong person, obviously very hard-headed at times, but I think with my sister on board, they knew we wouldn’t do anything to ruin our family values or our reputations or anything like that. They were way more supportive. And they know I want to get into films, so they were like take this as an opportunity.
How’s that going?
Auditioning has been amazing, I’ve gotten some callbacks, and just the opportunities I’ve gotten through sponsors and appearances have been great. This is a stepping stone, I’m not going to be a reality star forever, so it’s been good.
How was it doing that lingerie photo shoot?
I was so nervous.
What were you doing that for?
It was for something called TITS, “Two In The Shirt,” but Matt came through to support, and I think, you know “lingerie photo shoot,” you’re never really sure if anything shady is going on. I have been working out a lot to get my body back, so I was excited, but so nervous too, I mean, walking around in a thong was like “Oh, God.”

Did you try to change your style between Miami and now?

Absolutely. I think once people see themselves on TV they’re like “Ooh.” Either you look good or you’re like, I gotta do some work. And when I came to L.A. I was like “I need to get on the Stairmaster,” and L.A. is full of so many appearance critics, even if you’re going to the store you gotta be fly, out here, if there’s a snowstorm, you better have on them Prada boots. So I was like, I gotta step things up!
How different is this cast from Miami?
So different. I think, first of all, we all have kids, so I think for a lot of us, our priorities are different. I think that’s why we filmed so long, we all had other commitments and our priorities were different. And also, we may not all have guys, but a lot of us still have to deal with them to a certain degree because we have kids with them, so I think that comes out in how we approach certain situations. Because we ARE moms, we aren’t going to be throwing water week in and week out. We’ve had our boiling points, obviously, but it wasn’t like a constant occurrence for us because we were like “No, I’m a mom and my kids aren’t going to look at me like I’m stupid.” I think that’s the main thing that distinguishes us from Miami.
Was this a more pleasant experience for you?
Oh, hell yeah. I had a great time. I had a blast.

Kimbella’s Cover Shoot: The Pictures

Kim Vanderhee‘s other persona, “Kimbella,” who she describes as a vixen and a diva, was on full display in tonight’s episode of Love And Hip Hop. During a photo shoot for her cover of Black Men’s Magazine, she showed off all of her assets, and even goofed around with Yandy on the set. (Okay, so Yandy was the one doing the goofing, but still.) Check out all of Kimbella’s hot shots (what do you think of her strategically placed tattoos?) in our gallery below.


Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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Shaq & Magic on Piers Morgan Tonight

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Ghostface Killah Speaks On Ludacris' Diss Towards Drake & Big Sean, "Supreme Clientele 2"

Tony Starks says that he'd rather not get involved in beef at this point in his career.
Ghostface Killah recently weighed in on Ludacris’ diss track “Badaboom,” which was directed at Drake and Big Sean. During an interview with Montreality, Big Ghost said that he would rather stay out of beef and focus on getting at people who tried to prevent him from succeeding over the years.
“It is what it is, it’s rap music. I’m not trying to get into any little kid shit,” he said. “I’m a grown man, b. Grown men do grown men things. We ain’t got no time. We gotta get this money, men. Unless these niggas are already sitting on it, but enough already. We should be getting at the real enemy, that had us [oppressed] for all those years.”
He also updated on his upcoming projects, stating that Wu-Block is up next, followed by his next solo album Supreme Clientele 2 Presents Blue & Cream.
“We got the Wu-Block project with Sheek Louch,” he confirmed. “We got Supreme 2 coming, Blue and Cream. That’s my next solo project. Supreme Clientele Presents Blue and Cream.”
Watch the full interview below.

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Comedian Patrice O'Neal passed away from complications of a stroke.

Lil Boosie Pleads Guilty To Drug Charges

Roll the credits…
Torrance Hatch, aka Lil Boosie, pleaded guilty this morning to charges he smuggled contraband into two different prisons he was held in while awaiting trial on murder charges. Hatch was sentenced to eight years hard labor for the charges, with credit for time served.

Dr. Conrad Murray sentenced to 4 years in jail in death of Michael Jackson

Los Angeles (CNN) -- Dr. Conrad Murray was sentenced Tuesday to four years in jail -- the maximum sentence allowed under the law -- in the death of Michael Jackson.
Judge Michael Pastor, in a lengthy statement delivered before sentencing Murray for involuntary manslaughter, said he felt a significant responsibility to determine the appropriate sentence, utilizing his "sense of fairness and decency."
"There are those who feel Dr. Murray is a saint," he said. "There are those who feel Dr. Murray is the devil. He's neither. He's a human being. He stands convicted of the death of another human being."
Pastor said that while he had considered the entire "book" of Murray's life, he also had "read the book of Michael Jackson's life."
"Regrettably, as far as Dr. Murray is concerned, the most significant chapter, as it relates to this case, is the chapter involving the treatment, or lack of treatment, of Michael Jackson."
Jackson died "not because of an isolated one-off occurrence or incident," Pastor said. "He died because of a totality of circumstances which are directly attributable to Dr. Murray ... because of a series of decisions that Dr. Murray made."
Murray, he said, became involved in "a cycle of horrible medicine."
He cited Murray's "pattern of deceit and lies. That pattern was to assist Dr. Murray."
A tape recording of Jackson's slurred voice was Murray's "insurance policy," Pastor said. "It was designed to record his patient surreptitiously at that patient's most vulnerable point. I can't even imagine that happening to any of us because of the horrific violation of trust."
He said he wondered whether that tape would have been offered for sale, had Jackson not died and a rift had developed between the two in the future.
Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter three weeks ago after a trial in which prosecutors successfully argued that Murray's reckless use of the surgical anesthetic propofol to help Jackson sleep, without proper monitoring equipment, led to the singer's death.
Testimony during the trial revealed that Murray gave propofol nearly every night in the two months before the singer's death on June 25, 2009, as Jackson prepared for his comeback concerts set for London the next month.
Prosecutors asked for the maximum four years behind bars, and for Murray to pay Jackson's children more than $100 million in restitution. Defense lawyers requested probation.
In a sentencing memo filed with the judge last week, prosecutors said Murray has "displayed a complete lack of remorse" about Jackson's death, and is, "even worse, failing to accept even the slightest level of responsibility."
Deputy district attorneys David Walgren and Deborah Brazil cited Murray's decision not to testify in his own defense, even while he was giving interviews for a documentary that aired days after the verdict.
"In each of these interviews, the defendant has very clearly stated that he bears no responsibility for Michael Jackson's death," the prosecutors said. "Moreover, the defendant has continued to express concern only for his individual plight and portrays himself, not the decedent, as the victim."
"I don't feel guilty because I did not do anything wrong," Murray said in the documentary quoted by the prosecution.
"Finally, the defendant consistently blames the victim for his own death, even going so far as to characterize himself as being 'entrapped' by the victim and as someone who suffered a 'betrayal' at the hands of the victim," the prosecutors said.
The defense argued that Jackson, fearing the comeback concerts could be canceled if rehearsals did not go well, put intense pressure on Murray to help him sleep.
The prosecutors contended in their sentencing memo that Murray should be ordered to pay Jackson's three children restitution for the "wage and profits lost," as provided under California's "victim's bill of rights" law.
The singer's "estate estimates Michael Jackson's projected earnings for the 50-show O2 concert series to be $100 million," the prosecutors said.
With nearly $2 million in funeral expenses and 10% interest added each year, the prosecution is asking Pastor to order Murray to pay Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson more than $120 million in restitution.
While it is doubtful that Murray, who is unlikely to ever practice medicine again, could pay very much of that sum, it could prevent him from reaping financial benefits from any books, interviews or film projects in the future.
Defense lawyers, in their sentencing memo, included a biography of Murray that described him as "a self-made man of humble origins," who paid his own way through medical school without scholarships or family funds.
"He was raised in a home that lacked indoor plumbing or electricity, and he walked to school barefoot for his first couple years of school," the defense said.
He worked as a doctor for 20 years, with "no prior contacts with the law," and many of his patients were elderly in low-income, underserved communities, the defense said.
"It seems reasonable that the transgression for which he is to be judged should be viewed within the context of the larger life of which it is a part," it said.
The defense challenges the prosecution's contention that Murray is not remorseful.
"Dr. Murray wishes to make it unmistakenly clear to everyone that he deeply mourns the loss of Michael Jackson's life, and he profoundly regrets any mistakes or oversights on his part that may have contributed to it," the defense said.
The judge should also consider "the manifold collateral consequences that Dr. Murray has sustained as a result of his mistake," the defense said, including the loss of his medical career, the public disgrace and loss of privacy.
"Dr. Murray has been described as a changed, grief-stricken man, who walks around under a pall of sadness since the loss of his patient, Mr. Jackson," the defense said.
The defense memo included a letter from Murray's elderly mother, Milta Rush. She sat in court for much of her son's trial, just a few feet away from Jackson's mother.
"I sympathize with Mrs. Jackson as a mother," Rush wrote in a letter to the judge. "I sense she was very close to her son. I really wanted to approach her personally and tell her I am sorry for the loss of her son, but I was unsure if she would be receptive, and I did not want to take the chance of violating court rules. I am sorry for all her loss."
Murray's mother also told the judge her son is "saddened and remorseful" about Jackson's death.
The defense argued that Murray was trying to help Jackson. "His compassionate intentions should not be overlooked," defense lawyers said.
"The victim was a willing recipient of the medications administered," the defense said. "In fact, Mr. Jackson had repeatedly begged Dr. Murray for propofol to overcome his insomnia so that he could sleep."
Murray does not pose a safety threat to the public, the defense said in filings before the hearing. "The likelihood of recurrence is essentially nonexistent since Conrad Murray's medical license has been suspended."
Aside from the arguments of what Murray deserves, the defense contended that California's prison and jail crowding means that "neither the space nor the public funds exist to continue imprisoning nonviolent, nondangerous offenders who do not need to be incapacitated for the sake of public safety."
"Dr. Murray is clearly such a defendant," the defense said. "He is an individual who remained free on bond for more than two years prior to the jury verdict, adhering assiduously to all of the bond conditions that had been imposed."
If Murray takes up a state prison or county jail cell, it "may mean that someone else with higher potential for violence will be released," the defense said.
Instead, the defense proposed that Murray could be sentenced to community service along with probation.
"Though he will perhaps not again be a doctor qualified to make diagnoses, he could educate and counsel patients about heart care and disease prevention," it said. "There are many nonprofit clinics and organizations that would benefit from his participation, if ordered to perform community service as a condition of his sentence and a means of 'putting some water back into the public well.'"

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Clifton man charged with robbery after allegedly taking friend's car

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A 17-year-old from Clifton came knocking on an acquaintance’s Rosebank door Saturday morning looking to collect on a debt, and when he didn’t get his money, he took the man’s car instead, police allege.

Frederick Doe of Bowen Street, and an as-of-yet unidentified accomplice, dropped in on his 20-year-old acquaintance about 6 a.m. to collect “a few thousand dollars” the man owed him, according to a law enforcement source.

The accomplice showed a gun and pulled back the top to chamber a bullet, according to court papers. Doe then removed a chain from the 20-year-old’s neck and a ring from his finger, and took $200 and a set of car keys out of his pocket, court papers allege.

The duo used those keys to drive off with a white 2001 Audi A6 belonging to the 20-year-old, court papers allege.

He reported the robbery to the police, and while he was in the stationhouse giving his report, Doe called his cell phone to tell him that if he wanted his car and jewelry back, he’d have to pay what he owed, a law enforcement source said.

Police convinced the man to set up a meeting at a deli on the corner of Clove Road and Mosel Avenue, and when Doe arrived, he found himself under arrest, the source said.

Doe is charged with first-, second- and third-degree robbery, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon and third-degree unauthorized use of a vehicle, said Peter N. Spencer, a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan.

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Shooting at Stapleton nightclub sends three to hospital

26shooting.jpgThree people were shot during a dispute at At Da' Game in Stapleton.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An early morning, post-Thanksgiving shooting left three people wounded at a Stapleton nightspot.

The NYPD said that shots were fired at 3:35 a.m. yesterday morning in the At Da' Game nightclub at 373 Van Duzer St.

Police said that none of the victims was likely to die, but that one, a 26-year-old man, was shot "several" times and was taken by Emergency Medical Service to Richmond University Medical Center.

A 22-year-old woman was shot in the shoulder and went to Staten Island University Hospital, Ocean Breeze, by private means. A 20-year-old man was shot once in the stomach and went to Richmond University Medical Center, also by private means, police said.

Pete King, an employee of the Full Cup, also on Van Duzer Street, said he heard six shots from his neighboring apartment. "I heard someone screaming that they got shot in the arm and when I looked out my window I just saw everyone running away."

Police did not know what sparked the shooting at the club, which used to be known as Martini Red, or how many perpetrators were involved. No arrests have been made.

The NYPD did not release the names of the victims.

Monday, November 28, 2011

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Kris Humphries Told His Ex She Was Prettier Than Kim K!

In the eye of the media storm, Kris Humphries' ex-girlfriend of two years, Bianka Kamber, has come forward with claims that Kris used to slam the Kardashians and tell her she was way prettier than Kim.
Bianka says that when she would try to watch the Kardashian show around Kris, he would get really angry at her and walk out of the room.
"He would never watch the [Kardashian] show with me. He always bad talked it and said it was a trashy show and that it was garbage. And he would say, 'there's nothing to it... What are they even famous for?' He had absolutely no interest."
Bianca also remembers Kris specifically talking about Kim, saying she was only famous for having a sex tape.' On more than one occasion Kris also told Bianca she was way prettier than Kim.
Do you agree?

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Staten island do you want a train connecting to the city

subway.jpgIn this 1939 photo, workers dig in the abandoned shaft for the short-lived subway tunnel project.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.  --  Dig the subway tunnel to Brooklyn.
That's the strong sentiment expressed by more than 70 percent of Staten Islanders surveyed by the Advance.
It's hardly a new concept: Staten Island voted to join the city in 1898 in part because of a promise that we'd be connected to the subway system that would open six years later. By 1924, groundbreaking ceremonies for the Brooklyn-Richmond Freight and Passenger Tunnel Construction were held, but the project was abandoned soon after.
The multibillion-dollar cost appears to have scared any transportation officials away from committing funds to revisit the project. But there is still strong interest on the Island.
The Advance asked 104 Island residents if they thought it was a good idea to develop the subway plan. Half of the interviews in the unscientific survey were conducted among Staten Island Ferry commuters while the rest were conducted with Islanders equally distributed among the North Shore, Mid-Island and South Shore.
Seventy-three of the 104 surveyed -- approximately 70 percent -- said build it.

Thank you for voting!
Total Votes: 137
Anthony Damadeo, of Annadale, cited overcrowded buses for his support.
"They should have subways on the Island," Damadeo said. "I think it would be good because the 79 (linking Bay Ridge and the Staten Island Mall), you could never get a seat, and the 53 (Bay Ridge-Port Richmond) -- forget about it. Everybody's hanging out the window for God's sake."
Another supporter of the tunnel idea -- Audie Parker of Great Kills -- said adding express lanes and buses to the roads only compounds the traffic problem. He said improved subway access would represent a firm step toward getting cars off the streets. But he doesn't see the political will to get it done.
"Bloomberg was talking about extending the 7 train into New Jersey," Parker said. "Now he's worried about Jersey commuters. What about the Staten Island commuters?"
With the absence of any type of subway infrastructure on Staten Island, and of course immense costs associated with tunneling more than a mile under water, Livingston resident Oliver Perry shot down the proposal.
"We only have the [Verrazano-Narrows] bridge and the ferry," Perry said. "While it's not as convenient as more people would like it to be, it's here already. It's established infrastructure. A new tunnel would be too costly; it could be better spent in other ways."
Others were skeptical of the value of building a subway to Brooklyn.
Although a tunnel connecting Brooklyn to the Island would provide another transportation option and tie the borough into the rest of the New York City subway system, those trudging into Manhattan would still face a long trip, said Frieda Riven, of New Springville.
"I don't see the benefit," Ms. Riven said, as it takes her an hour-and-a-half to get into Manhattan now. "I live in Heartland Village. How long will it take me to get to it, and then what do I do? I get to Brooklyn; then what, another 45 minutes to get to Manhattan. I think there has to be a better solution."
Eltingville resident Chris Baskin echoed Ms. Riven's views.
"To Brooklyn? No," Baskin said. "If it was Manhattan, I would say maybe."
Still, a strong majority voiced support for the idea, largely citing the need for transportation improvements in the city and a solution to the Island's chronic traffic congestion.
"I think it's a great idea," said Frank Gallinaro of Castleton Corners. "The current system to get to Brooklyn without a car is way too convoluted and takes a long time. I believe that transportation between the boroughs in general needs major improvements as well as the transportation on the Island."
For the many Islanders who have roots in Brooklyn, the prospect of having an alternative to Brooklyn is appealing.
"Yes, absolutely," said Louise Noviello, of Charleston. "We're Brooklyn girls to begin with."
"Definitely," her friend Catherine Caporusso, also of Charleston enthusiastically said. "The only access we have now is a bridge, and it's a killer."

Miley Cyrus Jokes About Smoking 'Too Much Weed' at 19th Birthday Party

It’s apparently a high-flying party in the USA whenever Miley Cyrus is around!
Cyrus stunned well-wishers at her 19th-birthday party, happily telling them she’s a pot-loving “stoner.”
“You know you’re a stoner when your friends make you a Bob Marley cake,” said the “Hannah Montana” star during her the bash last week at Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel.
“You know you smoke way too much f--king weed!” she exclaims on footage from the birthday bash obtained and first aired yesterday by the iPad newspaper The Daily.
Cyrus, who turned 19 Wednesday, caught heat last year when video emerged of her using a bong to inhale what she claimed was salvia, the controversial — but legal — hallucinogenic herb.
The singer’s pal and party host, Kelly Osbourne, was standing next to the birthday gal when she made her unexpected pot proclamation. Osbourne laughed and chirped: “I thought salvia was your problem!’
It wasn’t immediately clear if Cyrus was tokin’ or jokin’ with her dubious statement. A rep for the ’tween sensation did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment last night.

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2011 Soul Train Awards Live Performances

 Heavy D Tribute
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 Common - Blue Sky (feat. Marsha Ambrosius)
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Lloyd - Dedication To My Ex (Miss That)/Miguel - Girls Like You

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Robin Thicke - Love After War

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 Anthony Hamilton - Woo

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 Cee Lo Green - Fool For You (feat. Melanie Fiona)

 Mindless Behavior - Girls Talkin’ Bout/Mrs. Right

 Gladys Knight Tribute

New Video: Birdman Ft. Lil Wayne x Nicki Minaj “Y.U.Mad”

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Love & Hip Hop: Episode 3 – Sneak Peek

Meek Mill, Jim Jones & Jadakiss At Webster Hall

her ass is the mole for butt pads...damn!!!!

Spanish girls with fake butts, you gotta love’em.

Preview: Trey Songz – Inevitable EP

Gloria Govan Responds To Matt Barnes’ Cheating Allegations

Gloria addressed Matt’s comments by releasing a statement of her own this past Wednesday;
“So Matt’s at it again I see… Whatever he feels like he needs to say to justify our separation is on him. Obviously his relationship with Eva (Longoria) is important enough to bash me. So I wish him and her nothing but the best.”
Notice how Gloria doesn’t exactly deny that she didn’t have an affair with Barnes’ ex-friend rapper Game? This is going to be a back and fourth affair. We’ll keep you updated.

“Basketball Wives Miami” a.k.a. The Slautghter House Gets Two New Cast Members - Who Are They?


Groupies & Bookies Rejoice! The NBA Is Back! Players & Owners Reach Tentative Deal! (Video)

instagram buns


a ass u just wanna eat on thanksgiving

Golden brown, turkey.

tan titties

Cooling system.

the fattest ass on the net


Field Mob’s Shawn J disses luda

In response to Luda’s dis “Say It To My Face“, Field Mob’s Shawn J fires back over Waka’s “Round Of Applause“. NASA: Niggaz Always Smoking Always is coming.

50 Cent Reacts To T.I. VIBE Story

T.I.’s VIBE cover story hasn’t even hit the newsstands yet, but 50 already has something to say about it. In the interview, T.I. reacts to Fif’s comments about his recent case. Fif got wind of the article and voiced his concerns via Twitter.
Man I just saw something T.I said in VIBE about a tweet I wrote when he caught his drug case. He just got out a jam and caught a new one. Any other time a nigga done. Get caught with 10 machine gun an silencer then catch a drug charge. You will f**k around and get natural life. This boy got a get outta jail FREE card .
Don’t get emotional over your lady. It a get you in some sh*t you don’t want to be in. If U can get 5 years easy 4 some sh*t and I’m the support of my family. Why would it be wrong if ya lady had to take probation? Shit she ballin to lol
UPDATE: The Kang responds.

So Lauren London is having a baby byDream who has a baby by Nivea who ALSO has a baby by WAYNE

OK, so this might make for some awkward family gatherings. A "real reliable source" has told some gossip blogs that Lauren London is currently pregnant, and you'll never guess who the father is.
PHOTOS: Lil Wayne & Lauren London's Son Cameron Carter Makes His Debut
The media is reporting that Lauren London is now pregnant by Terius Nash aka The-Dream, and if you're up on your R&B gossip, you'd know that Lauren London has a baby by Lil Wayne, who also has a baby with Nivea, who has a baby with The-Dream (and they were also formerly married).
PHOTOS: Lil Wayne Bonds With His Sons In The ATL!
This hasn't been confirmed by any of the parties involved but the news has been circulating around the blog sites and twitter.
If it's true, we'll be more than happy to send a baby gift. We love us some Lauren London!

royce da 5'9 And His BALLS ARE HANGING OUT!!! (put on blast)

Rappers ... beware - groupies these days are willing to do ANY and EVERYTHING to get even with you. Rapper Royce Da 5-9 just found out the hard way.

One of his former GROUPIE CHICKS is upset with him, so she sent s these pics she took of him after a recent ENCOUNTER.

That's f*cked up Ma . . . but LOL

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