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Haiti Earthquake Corpses Used As Roadblocks In Port-au-Prince Protest

January 19, 2010 Leave a comment

A.P. Sinkler (iPhone)

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Chris Brown Is Upset That Tiger’s Wife Got Away With Beating Him

December 4, 2009 1 comment

Chris Brown thinks that the world is one-sided because Tiger’s case was closed so quickly while he had his drag on. Maybe he thinks Tiger’s wife should’ve been investigated for domestic abuse too and have the negative media attention that he’s been getting. I guess he may have a point but that doesn’t excuse his behavior. Here’s what he Tweeted after the Tiger case was pronounced over.

The Wire- 100 Greatest Quotes

November 17, 2009 Leave a comment

I guess I missed  “The Wire Train”, I missed out on something good. This 10 minute clip are 100 of the Best Quotes from the show. tune to the 8:39 mark for what I think is the funniest part.

Black Male Professor Punches white female colleague During Argument About Racism

November 11, 2009 1 comment

LIONEL McINTYRE “Unfortunate event.”

A prominent Columbia architecture professor punched a female university employee in the face at a Harlem bar during a heated argument about race relations, cops said yesterday.

Police busted Lionel McIntyre, 59, for assault yesterday after his bruised victim, Camille Davis, filed charges.

McIntyre and Davis, who works as a production manager in the school’s theater department, are both regulars at Toast, a popular university bar on Broadway and 125th Street, sources said.

The professor, who is black, had been engaged in a fiery discussion about “white privilege” with Davis, who is white, and another male regular, who is also white, Friday night at 10:30 when fists started flying, patrons said.

McIntyre, who is known as “Mac” at the bar, shoved Davis, and when the other patron and a bar employee tried to break it up, the prof slugged Davis in the face, witnesses said.

“The punch was so loud, the kitchen workers in the back heard it over all the noise,” bar back Richie Velez, 28, told The Post. “I was on my way over when he punched Camille and she fell on top of me.”

The other patron involved in the dispute said McIntyre then took a swing at him after he yelled, “You don’t hit a woman!”

“He knocked the glasses right off my face,” said the man, who would only give his first name as “Shannon.” “The punch came out of nowhere. Mac was talking to us about white privilege and what I was doing about it — apparently I wasn’t doing enough.”

McIntyre had squabbled with Davis several weeks earlier over issues involving race, witnesses said. As soon as the professor threw the punch Friday, server Rob Dalton and another employee tossed him out.

“It was a real sucker punch,” Dalton said. “Camille’s a great lady, always nice to everybody, and doesn’t deserve anything like this.”

Davis was spotted wearing sunglasses yesterday to conceal the black eye. Reached at her Columbia office, she declined to comment on the alleged attack.

McIntyre was released without bail at his arraignment last night.

“It was a very unfortunate event,” he said afterwards. “I didn’t mean for it to explode the way it did.”

Rihanna: Lost Interview… Proof of Violent History

November 10, 2009 Leave a comment

Rihanna’s 20/20 interview was arguably the most entertaining thing I’ve seen on television in 8 months. I think the world will agree w/ because as ABC took the ratings crown for the 10pm hour as an amazing 8.1 million people tuned in to watch Rihanna tell her side of the story.  I was mesmerized by her story as she said. “No. Did not hit him”.  Many opinions have been formed about the interview, but last night while looking at some hot pics of Mila Kunis I stumbled on to a Rihanna interview that many have forgotten about.

In an interview w/ Complex Rihanna reveals

Did you see 300?
Rihanna: [Deadly serious.] 300 is one of the best movies I have ever seen. The choreography, the fighting, the costumes, the production—phenomenal. I
make everybody watch it.
So you didn’t think it was too violent.
Rihanna:
Oh, not at all. That was the
good part. I’m the oldest child with two brothers. We talk all the time now, but we used to fight—and when I say “fight,” I don’t mean arguments, I mean physically fight.
Who won?
Rihanna: I hit the older one in his face with a glass bottle.
Bokkle dem! Whoa. Remind me not to piss you off.
Rihanna: Yeah, my mom was pretty upset.

I’m just saying. I totally agree w/ Rihanna when she said nothing gives a man the right to hit a woman. Nothing in the world. I just hope both Chris and Rihanna can move on w’ their lives and be as successful as the Almighty will allow them to be.

Props BlogXilla

Rihanna Needs To “Woman Up”

November 9, 2009 Leave a comment

 

The National Coalition For Men just released a statement in light of Rihanna’s public discussion of the domestic violence incident between her and Chris Brown. The coalition thinks that if Chris Brown should be held accountable for assaulting Rihanna, then Rihanna also needs to come clean about her history of violence.

LOS ANGELES/EWORLDWIRE/Nov. 5, 2009 — Pop singer Rihanna recently made a widely publicized statement to Glamour Magazine that she wants to “shed light on the reality of domestic violence.” The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) calls on Rihanna to discuss her own reported violence against Brown as well if she wants to shed light on the problem honestly.

According to court records and other sources, Rihanna struck Brown in the face “numerous times” Read more…

Chris Brown’s Interview With Sway(MTV)

November 9, 2009 Leave a comment

 

*Sway- Dreads… gone?! Who’s Next? Lil’ Wayne??? Read more…