My choice for Old School Video this week is Xscape’s “Who Can I Run To?” Y’all know I like taking you back……waaaayy back! Check out Tomeka “Tiny” Cottle’s acting skills in this video. She made you really believe she was pissed off at ole boy for cheatin’…..she even took the phone off the hook! Wow…what skillz!
You know you remember this song! So sit back….relax…and reminisce about who you were kissing in the corner behind the stairs at Bunche Middle School!
Here’s another clip of our friend Alexyss K. Tylor doing what she does best. This is definately NSFW so beware!! Don’t forget….Alexyss can also be reached at [email protected] for love, sex and dating advice. Send your emails and she will respond right here on our site with a video answer!! Stay tuned…
OK….I may be late….but I just found out what SouljaBoy means when he says “supaman dat ho” and I’m appalled! I mean, I can stand hearing the expletives from Alexyss Tyler….(at least she’s GROWN), but DAMN! Every girl, boy, man, woman and child in the “A” is walkin around tryna “Supaman…” and I’m sure MOST of them don’t even know what the phrase means….so I’m here to enlighten y’all….. Continue Reading…
Here’s the latest mug shot for Kid Rock. Rock a/k/a “Pamela Anderson’s Ex”, a/k/a “Kid Pebble”, a/k/a “Robert James Ritchie” was arrested in the “A” this weekend for fighting at an Atlanta area Waffle House.
Police said Ritchie was finishing up a post-show meal at a Waffle House on Buford Highway about 5:15 a.m. Sunday when a customer recognized a woman in his entourage and began exchanging words with her.
Ritchie joined in the altercation, which soon escalated into a physical fight between the rocker and the man, Harlen DeJon Akins, 39.
Soon, five other men in his entourage — including the guitarist and the bass player in his band, Twisted Brown Trucker — jumped into the fray, and the fight spilled from inside the restaurant into the parking lot, said police spokeswoman Mekka Parish.
When the brawl ended, Ritchie and his group got into their tour bus and left the scene. An officer pulled the bus over at Buford Highway and Lenox Road, and all five men were booked into jail on the misdemeanor battery charge. (Source)
Sorry I haven’t posted this week…I’m still in mourning for T.I. aka Clifford Harris, Jr. I tried to show my support by going on a hunger strike until he is released (hoping I could lose 10 a few pounds this week), but my will power sucks! Now….I don’t know about you, but the thought of not eating for 6 days does not give you energy and creativity. Anyway, my hunger strike didn’t work….T.I.’s still locked up!
So…back to work I go! Here’s a recap of the events this week:
Last but not least, T.I. appeared in court today on federal gun charges. He pled not guilty and his attorneys have proposed that he be released on a $2.2 million bond and given house arrest. The judge in the case has agreed to consider the proposal and has given his attorneys another week to gather additional information before he rules. It has also been released that T.I. was allegedly in possession 2 and 1/2 pounds of weed on the day of his arrest. What I find terribly odd is that he is accused of admitting to a federal agent that he smoked the weed in preparation for BET Awards. OK…who besides me thinks this is all a bunch of B.S.?? Can you just imagine him sitting on the curb conversing with the feds and saying….”yeah, it’s mine….and I just smoked it”…? Whatever?!?!
“I bet you niggaz think I’m livin it up
Til you see polices laughin as they pickin me up
Went from seeing how many bitches I could fit in the truck
To three hots and a cot, is you kiddin or what?
Fuck how many millions I got, nigga, so what if I’m hot
When I got prices on my head, feds rushin my spot
A million haters want me dead, forced to carry a gat …”
The ATF (Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) has released the affadavit and complaint of charges against Atlanta rapper, T.I. (aka Clifford Harris). These charges are no joke and they have been watching him since October 2nd.
Listed below is the timeline of events leading to his arrest (based on the ATF’s complaint).
—Oct. 2: Harris’ bodyguard asks a licensed gun dealer about buying a machine gun without registering it, as required by law. The dealer reports the incident to ATF agents, who give the dealer the cell phone number of an undercover ATF agent, posing as a machine gun dealer, to pass along to the bodyguard. The bodyguard calls the number within hours.
—Oct. 10: Harris arranges for the bodyguard to pick up $12,000 in cash from his bank on Northside Parkway to buy the weapons. Later, the bodyguard meets with the undercover agent at a K-Mart store, 5997 Buford Highway, Doraville. Continue Reading…