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Waka Flocka Released From Prison After Posting $31,950 Bail

January 6, 2011 2 comments

MTV – Waka Flocka Flame was released from custody Wednesday (January 5) after turning himself in for an array of weapons and drug charges earlier this week. Deputy Fielder of Georgia’s Henry County Sherriff’s Office confirmed to MTV News that the Atlanta rapper, born Juaquin Malphurs, was released at 3:33 p.m. after posting $31,950 bond. Continue Reading…

Waka Flocka & Gucci

Brick Squad rapper Waka Flocka Flame was released on $31,950 dollars bail yesterday, Jan. 5, 2011.

Waka Flocka, or Juaquin James Malphurs, surrendered to police on Jan. 3, 2011 to face a number of charges after the cops raided his home while his mother/manager Debra Antney and Gucci Mane were in the crib.

He has 6 criminal charges including possession of marijuana of less than 1 ounce, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of hydrocodone, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, violation of probation for driving on a suspended license, and violating Georgia’s “Criminal Street Gang and Terror Prevention Act.”

Yup, the police hit him with the kitchen sink!!

A young black man can’t get money anymore. How the hell can they charge him with driving on  a suspended license when he was never pulled over or even arrested??

The cops are just hating because they hear his song “No Hands”  in every club and strip club they go to. No matter how much money a black man makes, he will never be given the benefit of the doubt.

I’m glad he decided to enjoy his holidays before surrendering himself because that’s all hes got a the end of the day when the police have it out for him.

Waka Flocka talking about his crib getting raided in a radio interview.



Redman Speaks On Wiz Khalifa Smoking $10,000 Dollars Worth Of Weed A Month & The Marijuana Legalization Movement

December 28, 2010 1 comment

DMX’s Wife Tameka Simmons Talks About Their Relationship & His Arrest (Claims He Was Set Up)

December 23, 2010 3 comments

He was set up for sure. But that’s his problem. He shouldn’t have drank and it is his responsibility.

I hope DMX gets help…he’s one of the best rappers ever.

Julian Assange Interview About Terrorism Accusations, Reporting, & Bradley Manning

December 22, 2010 Leave a comment

The interview starts 0:55 seconds in. It is worth the entire 15 minutes.

I don’t believe Julian Assange was unaware that Bradley Manning leaked the files. But that does not make him guilty of anything. He simply runs the website.

Lil Kim Impersonates & Disses Nicki Minaj On Hot 97

December 18, 2010 Leave a comment

Lil Kim is not going to give up on Nicki Minaj. Somebody will probably have to intervene for this beef to end.

Illinois State Senator James Meeks Says White Women & Well-Represented Minorities Shouldn’t Get Affirmative Action

December 16, 2010 1 comment

HuffingtonPost – State Senator James Meeks, a reverend at a South Side church and a candidate for mayor of Chicago, was trying to talk about his education policy yesterday.

Instead, during a forum on WVON radio, he wound up making another round of controversial comments about race. (Scroll down to watch.) Continue Reading…

Illinois senator James Meeks thinks that the word ‘minority’ should mean African-American. The African-American South Side Reverend doesn’t think women, Asians, or Hispanics are discriminated enough to receive affirmative-action.

The candidate for Mayor of Chicago believes well-represented minorities take away opportunities for African-Americans saying “Thats why our numbers cannot improve.”

Meeks specifically said “Women, Asians, and Hispanics, who are not people of color.” The “who are not people of color” part is very important here.

Meeks is differentiating minorities based on color instead of gender or race.

James Meeks is in trouble for saying whats on his mind

Minorities who don’t pass as white or blend in with whites are  ‘under-represented minorities.’

Meeks wants affirmative-action to work for ‘under-represented minorities’ who obviously need it more.

He later retracted his statements to mean only “white women” but that’s not believable.

There are many Hispanics who can pass as white or American. Some examples are many Cubans, Mexicans, and Venezuelans.

But there are many Hispanics who are just as black as African-Americans and Meeks believes that they deserve affirmative-action.

There are many Asian who don’t pass as white but can blend in with whites such as the Japanese and Chinese. But there are many Asians who are dark-skinned such as Cambodians, Vietnamese, or even Filipinos.

James Meeks probably shouldn’t have said this publicly on the radio because radio interviews can easily be taken out of context. But doesn’t he have a point here?

The whole interview can be seen here.

James Meeks Radio Interview

Redman Speaks On His New Upcoming Album & Getting Arrested

December 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Redman is always smoking a blunt when he is doing interviews.

You gotta love it because he doesn’t care what anyone thinks. He’s just himself.

I’m surprised he mastered and engineered a few albums.

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