DIRTY LONG VERSION:
Philly Shit-Tracey Lee-D-Dot Brotherly Love Remix-(Long Version)-Dirty
CLEAN SHORT VERSION:
Philly Shit-Tracey Lee-D-Dot Brotherly Love-Remix-Clean Short Version
My dude Tracey Lee, who BTW is a lawyer now…reps for his city…Philadelphia on this fire remix we put together…Hope you enjoy and s/o to the OG’s…
We had a ball shootin’ this video. s/o to Gadget, Rerok and the whole Brooklyn Mosse!! Brrrraaapppp!!!!
The Legendary Soul Singer, Teena Marie, has passed away. Lady T will be missed.
My young bol, Young Chris is working real hard nowadays. Respect! After being rushed to the hospital for collapsing last night at S.O.B.’s, the Young Gunna, addressed the incident on his Twitter page. He showed love back to everyone for their support.
I am overwhelmed with the love and support I have been getting from family, friends and fans. I simply over worked myself. As I chase down success I have to take care of myself better while I am chasing my dream. I’m getting rest now and going to work towards having a better balance between work and health. Thank you to all those who were involved in helping and thank you to all the media for giving me priceless respect. I truly appreciate it. Your prayers are heard, Trust me. Love you all.
aka Christopher Ries
Damn! C The God from Power 105 in NYC is alittle upset! You think? Goes in on Cipha Sounds and his comments about Haitian women.
courtesy of WSHH
Members of New York City’s Haitian community want DJ Cipha Sounds of the HOT 97 morning show to be fired for his on-air joke about Haitian women and HIV.
The Daily News reports that Hot 97 co-host, Cipha Sounds, said on Friday that “The reason I’m HIV negative is because I don’t mess with Haitian girls.”
The disc jockey, whose real name is Luis Diaz, has since apologized to his listeners, calling the remark “a stupid, tasteless joke.”
A coalition of Haitian community leaders demonstrated outside the station’s headquarters on Tuesday to call for Diaz’s dismissal.
Diaz is a host on the morning show, “The Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg Show.”
Hot 97 management did not return Fox 5’s call for comment.
It is not known when Cipha Sounds will return to co-host the “Cipha Sounds and Paul Rosenberg Morning Show,” where the comments were made.
Additionally, Hot 97 revealed that Cipha Sounds will immediately undertake “sensitivity training” focused on the Haitian community and the serious nature of the HIV/AIDS problem within the community.
“Cipha made an immediate public apology and recognizes his insensitivity and the negative impact his comments have on all Haitians,” said Alex Cameron, SVP/Market Manager of Emmis-New York. “The Haitian community is an important part of our listenership whom we respect and value. The suspension is an indication of the importance we place on delivering a product that respects our Haitian audience.”
Cameron expressed regret at the entire situation, because of Cipha Sounds’ involvement in helping to raise money for charity, after a deadly 7.0 earthquake ravaged the country in January.
“It’s a very regrettable and unfortunate circumstance for all involved and particularly because we know this is not the nature of this young man who has been an advocate of the Haitian community and a big part of our fundraising efforts for Haiti,” Cameron continued. “He is committed to working with the Haitian community to make a difference and turn this negative incident into an opportunity for increased learning and awareness.”
Hot 97 will also start working with local community leaders to help raise awareness about HIV/AIDS in the Haitian community.
I like them dudes together on songs….Hip-Hop Hooray!!!!
On Wednesday,Dec. 15th, 2010, former Badboy rapper, G-Dep, confessed to killing John Henkel in Harlem 17 years ago. According to the NY Post, G-Deputy walked into the 25th precinct and gave details of how he committed the crime.
G-Dep, whose real name is Trevell Coleman, grew up in the projects of East Harlem, told cops he was riding a bike when he rolled up on Henkel, 32, on Park Avenue and East 114th Street and announced a robbery. Coleman told Detective William Dunn that Henkel resisted and grabbed his .40-caliber gun. He allegedly admitted that he pulled away and shot his victim three times in the chest.
The former Bad Boy artist was charged with murder and is currently being held without bail.