Check out the new video for Jay-z’s “I Know” from the American Gangster CD. It’s kinda dark…is Jay even in it?? Oh yeah…I think I may have seen his hat…and is that Zoe Kravitz? Hell I can’t see ish! These concept videos are really starting to get to me. First “Flashing Lights” and now this?? I kinda get it though…I think we’re supposed to be experiencing her “heroin high”…I think.
Check out this pic of Vivica Fox and Roberto Cavalli taken yesterday at the Grand Opening of The Cavalli Store in Paris. *smh* Where do I start? Cavalli’s face is as tight as a baby’s bottom and he looks like it hurts to blink…and since Auntie Viv went on record to say that the internet is a “vessel of satan“[yep…she really said it!] I’ll just grant her a moment of silence in remembrance of her hairline…
Here’s one reason to go out and hug a thug today…Rapper Young Jeezy presented gifts and a new van from the “Make Your Dreams Come True” contest to Tamara Jekins-Wilson and Davon Jenkins at Justin’s last night.
Davon Jenkins [AKA Speedy] suffers from the crippling illness cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair. His father is presently serving in Iraq in the military which has resulted in Mrs. Jenkins-Wilson having to physically lift her son day after day.
Jeezy flew members of Jenkins-Wilson’s family to Atlanta where he joined members of his own family for the special dinner and presentation at Justin’s restaurant. The maroon Dodge Caravan brought tears to Speedy’s mothers eyes, as Jeezy handed over the key. They were also given apparel from Jeezy’s clothing line 8732. (Source)
Check out the video from the event after the jump…
Vivica Fox (seen here last week at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon) recently interviewed with EUR about her new film “Cover”. In addition to plugging her new role, Auntie Viv sent a message for all you “Urban” gossip bloggers… Continue Reading…
I wrote about YouTube being down the other day…and everyone thought I was loopy. But how bout YouTube was the target of Pakistani officials that wanted to censor their people from viewing an anti-islamic video featuring right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders.
The Pakistani Telecommunications Authority (PTA) sent an irate letter to Internet service providers, ordering them to prevent people in Pakistan from visiting YouTube.
The block was intended to cover only Pakistan but extended to about two-thirds of the global Internet population, The Associated Press cited Renesys Corp, an Internet monitoring company, as saying.