Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Ah man. The hackers got Kreay on the biggest night of her career! The MTV VMA Best New Artist nominee (and loser…sorry girl LOL) was hacked shortly after the awards aired. The hackers first wrote a racial slur and then proceeded to leak a total of 4 nude pics of the emcee. They don’t seem too recent since her hair is much longer…but they don’t look that old either! Yikes! The tweets have since been deleted but the damage is done! You know IFWT got the pics!!
If you can look THIS good as soon as you roll out of bed, you know you’re fierce!!
A woman who was in the hospital for pneumonia, without vital signs, they pronounced her dead and sent her body to the morgue. Her daughter then went to see her, and as she is going to give her a hug she woke up.
But she wasn’t dead, AFP reports.
The Associated Press translated comments Rosangela Celestrino, Celestrino de Assis’ daughter, gave Brazilian newspaper O Globo after she went to visit her mother for what she thought was one last time.
From The Associated Press, via The New Zealand Herald:
“I went to give my mom one last hug, and I could feel that she was breathing. I screamed out – my mom is alive! And they all looked at me like I was crazy,” Rosangela Celestrino, the patient’s daughter, told the paper.
“Not only did I have to go collect my mom from a cold storage drawer at the morgue, but when I got there, I find her still breathing,” Celestrino went on.
By this time, Rosa Celestrino had already spent two hours in a plastic bag in the morgue’s refrigerator, CBS News reports.
According to ABC News, the doctor who pronounced that Celestrino de Assis was dead has resigned. The nurse who initially checked her vital signs was fired.
Los Angeles firefighters are under investigation for allegedly taking part in porn movies on the job. Fire trucks were used as a backdrop for a porn scene, while the firefighters watched.
This is the second city department this year where employees have been investigated for alleged involvement in porn movies while on duty.
In April, NBC4 LA revealed how two LA traffic cops from the LA Department of Transportation appeared in a porn movie. LAFD insiders recently tipped off NBC4 LA that several firefighters allowed porn producers to use their fire engines in two adult movies that are available on one of the world’s biggest porn websites.
If participation by the firefighters is proven true, it is a violation of department policy, Moore said.
In one of the movies, shot at Venice Beach, LAFD Engine 263 is used as the backdrop by an actress performing lewd acts.
“Look at this fire truck,” says porn actress Charley Chase, as she climbs on the engine and repeatedly exposes herself. “Isn’t that nice?”
It appears that a group of firefighters are watching the movie being shot.
“I know them,” one man says on camera in the reality-style porn flick. “I’m a firefighter.”
Firefighters “set it all up ahead of time” with “the film crew” because they thought it was “good, clean fun,” an insider told NBC4 LA.
In the movie, Engine 263 is parked in two disabled spots — a violation of department policy — apparently so the porn producers could use the truck.
For several minutes of the movie, the actress appears to have free access to the engine, and asks numerous passersby to fondle her.
“Look, I think we have more friends,” she says, as a group of men stop to fondle the actress.
“Zero tolerance for that,” said Capt. Tina Haro, an LAFD spokeswoman.
Withstanding the drama surrounding her exposed titty cannons and one angry farmer Curry Goat took to the streets of Northern Ireland for Day 2 of filming for the “We Found Love” video shoot and to be, well, different and stuff. So young, so pretend angry.
Catya Washington from Bad Girls Club was arrested last month on some crazy gun and drug charges. She has finally been released, and with what better parting “gift” than a tracking device. She’s on house arrest and has an ankle bracelet…always fun! She goes back to court Dec. 13 to find out the next steps.
Trey Songz, Ne-Yo and T-Pain hooked up at Diamond’s of Atlanta on Tuesday for Bottoms Night Out (yes, you read that right) to film the visuals for their strip club collaborative anthem, “The Way You Move.” And who says that butch queens can’t rise and overcome without petty shit taking place? Hit up ATLPICS.NET for more behind-the-scenes flicks!
Controversial Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight Jr. is the focus of a documentary that will be produced by and broadcast on Showtime, the network announced Tuesday. Tentively titled "Suge Knight," the film will be directed by Antoine Fuqua ("Training Day," "Brooklyn's Finest") and co-produced by Fuqua and Bradley J. Fischer ("Black Swan," "Shutter Island," "Zodiac"). Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former Times reporter Chuck Philips is also one of the film's co-producers. Showtime said the Knight film is the first in a series of documentaries for the network from "talented and prestigious filmmakers" that "will spotlight iconic and controversial figures." (The Los Angeles Times)Co-producer Bradley J. Fischer has released a statement confirming the deal.
"Suge Knight's reputation and rise to power in the musicLast month, Knight made headlines for getting convicted in a suspended license case.
businesshas become the stuff of legend, and he remains one of the entertainment industry's most provocative and enduring myths," said Fischer. "But while his name elicits an immediate and powerful reaction from people around the world, very few can legitimately claim to know the man. Antoine Fuqua and I are thrilled to be partnering with SHOWTIME to tell this remarkable story and take audiences behind a curtain that most have been terrified to even approach." (Statement)
Former Death Row Records boss Suge Knight has been sentenced to 36 months probation for driving on a suspended licence. The rap mogul was convicted after police pulled him over and impounded his black truck in BeverlyKnight is most known for signing late rapper Tupac Shakur plus Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre to Death Row Records in the 1990's.
Hillsback in February. He pleaded no contest to the charge and was given three years unsupervised probation. This is the second time the rap mogul has been caught driving on a suspended licence. (NME News)
The rap world is no stranger to controversy, but the vast majority involves its recording artists, and perhaps an occasional outbreak of violence at a show. Yet, few industry figures ever attracted the kind of notoriety that Death Row Records label head Marion "Suge" Knightdid. A particularly flamboyant and visible executive, Knight built Death Row into the biggest hip-hop label of the early '90s, thanks to a stable of talent that included Dr.
Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and 2Pac. Death Row brought gangsta rap to the top of the pop charts, and made the West Coast into the epicenter of '90s hip-hop. (All Music)
"First and foremost, tell the Cool Kids I appreciate that and let's do something," Mega told SOHH. "I don't need any money or nothing. I'll do a song with them for free. I like respect. See, respect feels good. I'll do a song with them for free. I appreciate that. I kind of like being underrated. You gotta understand, when I do my shows, there's a lot of young people that f*ck with me. There's people that f*ck with me on Twitter and they're like, 'Yo Mega, what's the age limit because I'm 18 and I'm trying to get in.' So a lot of young people f*ck with me. And that surprises me sometimes -- I do think I'm one of the most underrated artists. Ever. [Especially] when you look at what I bring to the table. Tell me another artist that did 'Soul Train' and the Apollo Theater. I did 'Soul Train,' Apollo Theater and Central Park. I've done shows with Big Pun. I've recorded withCool Kids' Chuck Inglish credited Mega's lyrical style and flow for earning the most slept-on crown.
Nas. I've recorded with KRS-One. If you name the greatest group ever, I've probably worked with 90 percent of them. The LOX. Mobb Deep. Dogg Pound. Boot Camp." (SOHH)
"You have to say that Cormega was underrated. [He's] a good example of [an] underrated [artist]. It was everything about him, from his spitting and his flow. If you listen to him, it's his concepts and everything that he was saying, especially with the creativity. Cormega was Nas' big homie. If you think about it, he was the Nas before Nas was even Nas. "What's going on, where's Cormega?" Nas shouted him out on the first sh*t [Illmatic]. Cormega was already the king of that so he's gotta get named SOHH Underrated." (SOHH Underrated)Initially leaning toward fellow New
"The most underrated? D*mn, that's a good question. Since we're talking about rappers, there's a few out there that I could name. I think my man AZ was underrated but he had a good run too. I still don't think he popped as hard as he should have. But for SOHH Underrated, we'd have to say Cormega." (SOHH Underrated)The Queens rapper is most known for his independent hustle through the 1990's.
An underground and critical favorite, Cormega was the rare hardcore rapper to win praise from all directions, and while he never quite crossed over like some of his New York
Citypeers, he maintained a respectable independence over the years nonetheless, self-releasing his work on the Legal Hustle label. Born Cory McKay, Cormega grew up in the same Queensbridge housing projects that were home to a generation of rappers, most notably Nas, Mobb Deep, AZ, and Tragedy Khadafi, and a previous generation that famously included Marley Marl and the Juice Crew. (All Music)
Black Cocaine drops November 25 on Black Friday and MTV News has gotten the first look at the project's cover art. The still life photo features black powder on a shadowy white back drop. A rolled-up $100 bill sits beside the powder which is situated to spell out the words "Black Cocaine" in cursive. While the cover shows neither Havoc nor Prodigy, it is a stark and powerful image nonetheless. "The cover art for the Black Cocaine EP was an idea I came up with then passed over to the [Sony] RED art department. They brought my thoughts to life," Prodigy told MTV News. "Havoc and I laughed the other day about how hustlers are gonna try to make real black cocaine when they see the cover and hear the music." (RapFix)Last week, Hav announced plans to drop their EP at the end of November.
"We have an EP coming on Black Friday," Havoc said, referring to November 25, the beginning of the holiday shopping season. "We didn't come up with a title yet, but we'll have a title that will mean something. It will be like seven or eight songs. I did like three. We have some produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Alchemist and this kid named Young Free. It feels good man. It's a long time coming. Now we could really be in control of our own destiny. It's all on us now. For right now we're gonna focus on the Mobb. But the label situation is set up to break other acts. We're gonna be versatile with it. We're not gonna just get the homie from up the block. We're gonna get talent. We're definitely serious about it." (XXL Mag)Earlier this month, Prodigy and Hav talked about securing a record deal with Sony Music distributor RED.
"The way we structured it is as a distribution deal basically, so we run our own label, Infamous, and we gotta do the daily ins and outs of everything. We gotta handle all the record company business and they get it in the stores for us, basically," Prodigy told MTV News backstage at Rock the Bells in NewA few weeks ago, the duo issued a statement revealing their new post-Interscope/G-Unit Records deal.
YorkCity on Saturday. "It's been a long time coming," Havoc added. "We've been in the game for a minute and the object of the game is to control your own business." (MTV)
"After almost 20 years in this industry, it was inevitable for us to take matters into our own hands. We feel that RED is the perfect home for our brand," Prodigy said in a press release. "We know who our fans are and what they want from Mobb Deep. We're excited to take a new step in our career," Havoc added. President of RED Distribution Bob Morelli offered his support of the newly inked group and label. "Mobb Deep is an iconic act, having been on the cutting edge of music and social commentary for years. We are happy and excited to distribute the next chapter in their musical career." (Press Release)