Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I’ve Been to The MountainTop” speech in support of the striking sanitation workers at Mason Temple in Memphis, TN on April 3, 1968. It was to be the last day his voice was heard by the world. The next day, April 4th, King was assassinated on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel.
I’m almost postive T-Pain has something to do with this autotuned version of the speech… if not, I ain’t mad. Whatever gets the message heard works for me!
CLICK HERE for the full transcript of Martin Luther King Jr’s historic “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech.
Meet Baron “Dirty” Colon, a 24-year-old barber and finalist in Fonzworth Bentley’s 2009 program “From G’s to Gents,” an MTV reality show featuring hood dudes hoping for a second, third, or fourth chance at reform.
Colon was arrested in Miami on Jan. 7th in connection with the fatal armed robbery of a Florida artist in 2006 and has been jailed without bond on charges of armed burglary and first degree MURDER! Continue Reading…
The sports network compiled a series of commemoration videos of several current & former athletes in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Each person discusses what Dr. King means to them and how his spirit is still alive in the world, especially in sports.
In addition to Cam Newton, sports figures 5-time NBA Champion Magic Johnson, NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire, NBA Championship Winning Coach Phil Jackson, NFL Hall of Famer Mike Ditka and more all shared their thoughts with the cameras.
In case you were wondering what the hell was going on with Lil Wayne on Twitter last night… worry no more! Wayne is the latest victim of hackers who illegally accessed his twitter account and managed to post a series of shocking messages to Weezy’s millions of followers.
Lil Wayne’s account is now listed as “suspended for suspicious activity” after being hacked by the internet pranksters, who sent a number of questionable messages to his fans and famous followers.
The rapper’s page is said to have been illegally accessed sometime Sunday afternoon (January 16), and a series of strange posts were subsequently sent out.
The hacker sent rude messages to several of Wayne’s celebrity pals, including 50 Cent, Soulja Boy and The Game. It was all fun and games until the hacker begin making explicit implications about the the hitmaker’s recent stint in prison on weapons possession charges.
And when the hackers went in on Soulja Boy’s poor album sales, it was a wrap…
Lil Wayne’s Twitter account has since been taken offline. Wayne’s page was hacked once before, late last year, with the impostor posting fake news that the rapper would be performing with Nicki Minaj. Lil Wayne said at the time, “I was just mad that somebody went on my Twitter, like that’s my personal Twitter!”
In case you missed the online hilarity yesterday, check out all the screen shots of what the hacker’s posted on Lil Wayne’s account below: Continue Reading…
Usher Raymond arrived in Berlin, Germany a few days ago to kick off the European leg of his tour. The initial concert was scheduled Wednesday, January 12th but Usher wasn’t feeling up to par so he postponed it…
Reports are that Usher was suffering from a sinus infection but since the show must go on Usher hit the stage the next night.
As if having to wait a day for some Usher wasn’t bad enough, fans attending the rescheduled show on Thursday (January 13th) got treated to a “Bishop Eddie Long” when Usher, apparently disgusted and embarrassed by his own performance, abruptly dropped the mic and exited stage left….