This has taken stupidity to another level…..How the H.E. double L is Soulja Boy glorifying getting “F”s on his report card… Yeah, I was laughing at the “throw some D’s” segment (cause I could totally relate) but still….I just gotta say that this song makes me ALMOST understand why people criticize southern rap. I like the beat though…LOL!
Check out the video for Janet Jackson’s new single “Feedback”. I’m not impressed. The song is…aaaiiiight I guess but the video just doesn’t do it for me. Maybe it’ll grow on me. I’m saving my judgment until I hear it about 100 more times…I just hope the CD’s better than this single.
I’m a sucker for a song and I just found my new favorite…this week! Bad Word Bounce by Ise Lyfe. OK…he’s not from the “A” but I still like him! The beat is hot and I love the lyrics….and he gets props for havin a thick chick dancin’ in the video! <----No Homo! LOL!
My favorite line... “Why u still dancin girl…they callin you a bitch!” Don’t sleep on this dude…he’s destined for big things!
Tiny & T.I. are expecting a baby boy! It’ll be T.I.’s fifth child and the couple’s second after 3-year-old King Harris. Tiny posted the information on her MySpace page last week. Congrats! (Crunk & Disorderly)
Seen in the “A” ~ Yung Joc and Fantasia chillin on a romantic date at Friday’s Restaurant in Buckhead. A source has revealed that the couple wined and dined and then skipped out on a measly $58 tab…! Come on now…we know that Joc has to pay all his legal bills…but dayum! $58 bucks?!?? Get it together people!
…and just because I missed it…here is a clip of the I Love New York 2 Reunion Show. Check out our friends over the Flavor of Love Blog for the full recap!
Michael Vick has applied to an early release drug program. If you recall, he tested positive for marijuana while under house arrest prior to his sentencing. If accepted into the program, it is possible that Vick could be released at least 12 months early.
Vick tested positive for marijuana in September while he was on supervised release following his guilty plea. The residential drug treatment programs at Bureau of Prisons institutions take place in units set apart from the general prison population, lasting at least 500 hours over a six to 12 months, according to Bureau of Prisons policy.
Upon successful completion of the program, non-violent offenders may be granted up to one year of early release. Staff members review the inmates’ records and behavior to determine if they are eligible for early release. (Source)
Let’s see…thats 23 months minus 12 months minus 3 months served would equal about 9 months to go! My guess is that he could be out by Thanksgiving of 2008, which would give him plenty of time to prepare for the 2009 season! Wishful Thinking!