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DMX & Al Sharpton Locked Up...Again+Beyonce's Midnight Cravings

I guess Popeye's restaurants (Bey's usual indulgence) are hard to come by in NY. Beyonce was in serious need of a burger fix right after the Metropolitan Costume Gala the other night and stopped by Pop Burger still in her ball gown...with Jay in tow...to get them to open their doors after closing time and bag up some burgers for them to go. Midnight cravings huh? I ain't speculating but um....

Police have caught up with DMX more than three months after he was allegedly snapped speeding at over 100mph. Earl Simmons was arrested at his home by cops who claim he smashed the 65mph speed limit at three separate checkpoints. Officers in Scottsdale, Arizona, say DMX was captured on speed cameras burning up the freeway in a yellow 1966 Chevy Nova II with his name emblazoned across the windscreen.  And I put 5 on it his wife Tashera was sitting in the passenger seat tingling all over at the thought of her man breaking the law yet again.  Cleary she thinks this ish is sexy.  Get it together Earl.

Al Sharpton was arrested yesterday after protesting in NYC the acquittal of the three cops involved in the Sean Bell case.  He along with other protestors (including Sean Bell's fiance Nicole) were arrested on disorderly conduct charges.  He got out early this morning and met with new NY Governor Patterson.  But was Al really disorderly?  Or was his perm just sweated out and that qualified as disorderly?  It was indeed kinda hot yesterday.  Let me stop.  On a more serious note, I appluad him and the others for standing up for what they believe justice should be.

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I just want to say, "WHO

I just want to say, "WHO CARES BEYONCE!" Why is she tryna be sooooo quiet about her life, but then has a Biography on T.V..........No one cares if she is pregnant. She is not the only female who done got pregnant out of wedlock, so to rush and get married cause you got knocked-up was dumb! I wish she would stick to her word and be "REAL" like she say she is................
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IDK if she's preggers or if

IDK if she's preggers or if she just misses that good ol fattening food... FYI WE HAVE PLENTY OF POPEYES OUT HERE...
HOTSTUFF's picture

The passenger with DMX is

The passenger with DMX is girlfriend of 3 years.. Yadi.. Some Miami Chick.. She need to be careful cause his wife is no joke..
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@ Kay P It was very

@ Kay P It was very refreshing to see an intelligent post. The illiterate hating was getting annoying. Guess what people celebrity still = human being. If I was the NYC Police Officer who had to arrest Nicole I woudl feel so ashamed and QUIT!
Smart Girl's picture

[quote comment="88170"][quote

[quote comment="88170"][quote comment="88003"][quote comment="87991"][quote comment="87960"][quote comment="87951"]i applaude the protesters, this is a serious matter, these cops need to stop thinking that they can get away with murdering or phisically assulting black people for no real reason!!!!![/quote] for real and weren't all of the cops black too? *cue "Black Cop" by KRS1*[/quote] two were - i think the other was spanish...[/quote] it's a tragedy and a shame.[/quote] one black, one white, one spanish. the black cop is the only one that apologized for the family's loss at the press conference...[/quote] that's the least he could do i guess.
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I APPLAUDE AL SHARPTON....I'M

I APPLAUDE AL SHARPTON....I'M TIRED OF THEM KILLIN NIGGAS INSTEAD OF HANGIN US NOW THEY SHOOTIN............51 SHOTS THAT'S ALOTTA SHOTS...WE GOTTA DO SOMETHING.NOT ONLY DO U GOTTA WATCH NIGGAS ON THE STREET IN UR HOOD SHOOTIN AT U, U GOTTA DEAL WITH THIS
twisted23's picture

all i know if i was working

all i know if i was working at popeye's i'd be mad than a motherfucker...i gettin ready to go home n they talkin bout put the stove back beyonce and jayz outside! OH HELL NAW....but B still my gurl though
twisted23's picture

[quote comment="88163"][quote

[quote comment="88163"][quote comment="88147"][quote comment="88017"]@les923 Oh please stop it! I read that same story and they didnt have it shut down the man who owns the joint ALWAYS seat celebrities at a certain table when they come in and someone was sitting there when they arrived so he asked them to leave and even gave them their food for free. And from your previous comments your opinion has never been favorable of them so save this pity me I was a fan story[/quote] Actually never been too much of a fan, sorry, i used to love Destiny's Child then after they kicked out those 2 girls cuz they wanted to change manager's THAT'S when i started to dislike Beyonce - i DO NOT LIKE disloyal people and for her to totally turn her back on them 2 after countless interviews of them "being together since childhood" and them "being practically like sisters" and that's how you treat them! Then after going to concerts in NY and Jay-Z acting like a real cocky sonofab!tch on stage - i was too thru! So when i hear stories like that, it just confirms what i always thought about them.[/quote] Do you realize how miserable you sound. I'm just sayin'.....[/quote] You may think she's miserable that's your right but she's expressing her opinion whether or not you like it. It's called freedom of speech. If you don't like what she has to say you can bypass her posts. Speak your mind les923.
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[quote comment="88113"][quote

[quote comment="88113"][quote comment="87961"]all i know is she got up on stage last night at jays concert and did her cute lil Uh-Oh dance and she looked gorgeous what girl doesn't want a burger and fries every now and again?[/quote] Hell I having that right now!![/quote] I did this morning at 9 AM!
Chica's picture

LET ME JUST SAY THAT I

LET ME JUST SAY THAT I APPLAUD AL SHAPTON AND NICOLE FOR BELIEVING WHATS RIGHT I DO WISH THAT JUSTICE WAS SERVED CORRECTLY BUT UNTIL IS IT YALL KEEP STANDING UP FOR WHATS RIGHT!!!! (claps claps) MY GIRL BEYONCE GURL YOU EAT HOWEVER MANY BURGERS YOU FEEL LIKE EATING AND DO YOU!!! CAUSE YOU CAN DO THAT! DMX PLEASE GET IT TOGETHER!!!
SO*SHEK's picture

Bey needed some titty support

Bey needed some titty support in that gown.
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YEAH i have had 4 children I

YEAH i have had 4 children I "REMEMBER THOSE MIDNIGHT BURGER RUNS" i think it is so cute!!... Cant wait to see lil Baby Carter :}~
bigma ma's picture

Go head Beyasha! Get yo grub

Go head Beyasha! Get yo grub on. I applaud her!!! That is so much better than starving, or depriving yourself all for the sake of image. We all know you can maintain your physique. Do the dang thang!
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[quote comment="88003"][quote

[quote comment="88003"][quote comment="87991"][quote comment="87960"][quote comment="87951"]i applaude the protesters, this is a serious matter, these cops need to stop thinking that they can get away with murdering or phisically assulting black people for no real reason!!!!![/quote] for real and weren't all of the cops black too? *cue "Black Cop" by KRS1*[/quote] two were - i think the other was spanish...[/quote] it's a tragedy and a shame.[/quote] one black, one white, one spanish. the black cop is the only one that apologized for the family's loss at the press conference...
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[quote comment="88147"][quote

[quote comment="88147"][quote comment="88017"]@les923 Oh please stop it! I read that same story and they didnt have it shut down the man who owns the joint ALWAYS seat celebrities at a certain table when they come in and someone was sitting there when they arrived so he asked them to leave and even gave them their food for free. And from your previous comments your opinion has never been favorable of them so save this pity me I was a fan story[/quote] Actually never been too much of a fan, sorry, i used to love Destiny's Child then after they kicked out those 2 girls cuz they wanted to change manager's THAT'S when i started to dislike Beyonce - i DO NOT LIKE disloyal people and for her to totally turn her back on them 2 after countless interviews of them "being together since childhood" and them "being practically like sisters" and that's how you treat them! Then after going to concerts in NY and Jay-Z acting like a real cocky sonofab!tch on stage - i was too thru! So when i hear stories like that, it just confirms what i always thought about them.[/quote] Do you realize how miserable you sound. I'm just sayin'.....
Hawt22's picture

so yeah.... beyonce's

so yeah.... beyonce's eating... major breaking news!
hallesnewbaby's picture

Al Sharpton is on the money!

Al Sharpton is on the money! He is all about the business and I completely applaud his efforts. Beyonce is a bit iffy in that dress. That little swirl seems like camaflouge (SP?) for a thicker mid section--note that if she was putting on weight, to me, her face isn't bigger, arms, boobs, etc. So I am definately on the watch. But why were her arms bent in the same way for every picture that night? Like a Barbie doll...LOL!
GreenThumb's picture

[quote comment="88051"]oh

[quote comment="88051"]oh somebody’s disgusted with black people today *eyes roll*…cry me a river…them Philly cops didn’t have to do all that to handcuff them…the Jena 6 victims aren’t perfect, doesn’t mean they deserved to go to jail for retaliating against some racist ofays. i get that you’re frustrated and i guess your frustration frustrates me… Guess what we all have a right to our opinion and that's mine and I'm sticking to it...I am frustrated with our people we just don't seem to get it nor do some of us even care to. We are the only group of people that can continously be taken advantage of, there must be something wrong with that. It starts with us, we need to get our sH** together and stop worrying about the latest hip-hop album or gucci to hit the stores.[/quote] I totally agree that we as Black people need to get out act together but with alot of these police incidents - we find out about the victims not so decent backgrounds AFTER THE FACT.......after the beatdown! These victims don't have their rapsheet pinned on their forehead while being shot or beat down! What happened to innocent till proven guilty? They are currently showing some old mugshot of one of the beatdwon victims because they CAN'T show a picture of the beatdown victims now! Cuz they grill is F'd up! So yeah we need to get our stuff together but the cops really need to stop trampling on our civil and BASIC RIGHTS!
les923's picture

Since when is a prayer-in

Since when is a prayer-in disorderly conduct? It breaks my heart to see Nicole Paultre-Bell in any kind of handcuff, plastic or otherwise. She has every right to pray down every street in NYC until justice is served. @Facts - Sharpton doesn't have to follow any money. From his speaking engagements, position with National Action Network, and radio show he receives a decent income. He only comes to people's aid when he is called. I just can't let the image of the man interfere with the truth of his message. Getting mad at Al Sharpton is counterproductive to seeking justice.
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[quote

[quote comment="88017"]@les923 Oh please stop it! I read that same story and they didnt have it shut down the man who owns the joint ALWAYS seat celebrities at a certain table when they come in and someone was sitting there when they arrived so he asked them to leave and even gave them their food for free. And from your previous comments your opinion has never been favorable of them so save this pity me I was a fan story[/quote] Actually never been too much of a fan, sorry, i used to love Destiny's Child then after they kicked out those 2 girls cuz they wanted to change manager's THAT'S when i started to dislike Beyonce - i DO NOT LIKE disloyal people and for her to totally turn her back on them 2 after countless interviews of them "being together since childhood" and them "being practically like sisters" and that's how you treat them! Then after going to concerts in NY and Jay-Z acting like a real cocky sonofab!tch on stage - i was too thru! So when i hear stories like that, it just confirms what i always thought about them.
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I really hope she didnt have

I really hope she didnt have that place open to get some burgers after they were closed! I've never worked in food service but I hate it when people treat public servants like they were born to live and die at your disposal. Plus didnt Jay say in one of his songs that he got two cooks and three dish washers?
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LOL @ Kay P...keep speakin

LOL @ Kay P...keep speakin the truth
classylady's picture

Beyonce is minding her damn

Beyonce is minding her damn business not thinking about all this bull shit. every time she farts folks say she is trying to get attention. She barely speaks to the media. You rarely her the girl unless it is about WORK only. So all the make believe sites do is make up shit to start shit. Beyonce and Jay are chillin on a honeymoon, laughing at the media and their pressed ass comments, not mariah and nick.......
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[quote

[quote comment="87934"]JUSTICE SHOULD BE FIRST (if Im not) ;)[/quote] that was very cute ;)
um's picture

[quote comment="88009"]The

[quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] I love it! Thanks for the info and you are exactly right.
Hadley Street's picture

It's a shame DMX wasnt

It's a shame DMX wasnt arrested with Al and Nicole....at least be about something
My .08 cents's picture

[quote comment="87961"]all i

[quote comment="87961"]all i know is she got up on stage last night at jays concert and did her cute lil Uh-Oh dance and she looked gorgeous what girl doesn't want a burger and fries every now and again?[/quote] Hell I having that right now!!
My .08 cents's picture

[quote comment="88009"]The

[quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] I agree 510%!
Paganmama's picture

[quote comment="87973"]I'm

[quote comment="87973"]I'm just mad that they opened the door after hours!!! Don't they know that their are imposters out there!?! A Bonnie and Clyde pretending to be Bey and Jay trying to rob a burger joint. I'm just jealous that they can folks to cook them a burger after hours. I would've had to wait until the next business day![/quote] I understand that there are potential dangers of opening a business after hours, but most criminals don't drive up to the crime scene in a Maybach.
nba961's picture

[quote comment="88060"]Guess

[quote comment="88060"]Guess what we all have a right to our opinion and that’s mine and I’m sticking to it…I am frustrated with our people we just don’t seem to get it nor do some of us even care to. We are the only group of people that can continously be taken advantage of, there must be something wrong with that. It starts with us, we need to get our sH** together and stop worrying about the latest hip-hop album or gucci to hit the stores.[/quote] i agree...but me and you aren't worried about the latest hip-hop album or gucci hitting the stores and we're not alone. i'm sure you know a lot of the socialogical and historical issues leading to i'll african american behavior and perspective and i'm with you...we know the causes so NOW what? i agree that the change must come from within us as a people but no one group is homogenous so the odds of us all "waking up" (to take from Dap in "School Daze") are slim...and to just cast down judgements and start name calling so Bill Cosbyish.
kaykay's picture

[quote comment="88073"][quote

[quote comment="88073"][quote comment="88023"][quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] Well said and so true![/quote] Indeed. It's also such a shame that people are freaking out about Beyonce when social injustices need our attention[/quote] exactly and I purposely did not comment on Bey for that reason alone - WHO gives a F if she got burgers in an evening gown??? We got bigger issues
kay p's picture

[quote comment="88023"][quote

[quote comment="88023"][quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] Well said and so true![/quote] Indeed. It's also such a shame that people are freaking out about Beyonce when social injustices need our attention
love r damn selves's picture

[quote comment="88009"]The

[quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] Real Talk...Thats Whatsup
Mocha's picture

Guess what we all have a

Guess what we all have a right to our opinion and that’s mine and I’m sticking to it…I am frustrated with our people we just don’t seem to get it nor do some of us even care to. We are the only group of people that can continously be taken advantage of, there must be something wrong with that. It starts with us, we need to get our sH** together and stop worrying about the latest hip-hop album or gucci to hit the stores.
Facts's picture

I know that's right "B" they

I know that's right "B" they aint never got no real food at those events. Just stuff that looks cute on a plate. Shiiiiiiit if your from the A you know that Krystals, IHOP, or Waffle House is where it's about to go down after a late night out. It's time to eat Fa Sho!
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oh somebody’s disgusted with

oh somebody’s disgusted with black people today *eyes roll*…cry me a river…them Philly cops didn’t have to do all that to handcuff them…the Jena 6 victims aren’t perfect, doesn’t mean they deserved to go to jail for retaliating against some racist ofays. i get that you’re frustrated and i guess your frustration frustrates me… Guess what we all have a right to our opinion and that's mine and I'm sticking to it...I am frustrated with our people we just don't seem to get it nor do some of us even care to. We are the only group of people that can continously be taken advantage of, there must be something wrong with that. It starts with us, we need to get our sH** together and stop worrying about the latest hip-hop album or gucci to hit the stores.
Facts's picture

LOL @ Bee having

LOL @ Bee having cravings...she is not pregnant! DMX...no comment That Sean Bell verdict is outrageous. Al Sharpton was righ on the money protesting that ish!
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[quote comment="88042"]I sure

[quote comment="88042"]I sure there's something in it for Al, I don't trust him , but respect what he tries to do, but I do think he follows the $$$$$[/quote] and i guess the $$$ follows the injustices...he could be doing worse for the dollar...
kaykay's picture

[quote comment="87973"]I'm

[quote comment="87973"]I'm just mad that they opened the door after hours!!! Don't they know that their are imposters out there!?! A Bonnie and Clyde pretending to be Bey and Jay trying to rob a burger joint. I'm just jealous that they can folks to cook them a burger after hours. I would've had to wait until the next business day![/quote] Thank you...they wouldn't do that for us little people! All we would get is a rolling of the eye, sucking of the teeth, and would be told: 'We Closed shawty'!
Taebo Freak's picture

[quote comment="88035"]Check

[quote comment="88035"]Check the facts in the Philly incident, those guys are not innocent they had weapons and had just finish participating in a shoot out....WHAT I can not stand is everyone always jumping the gun to say that some (not all of) these guys are victims when the cops bust them up for a good reason; like the Philly guys, what about the true victims the ones they shot that night and their families...I am a bit hesitant to support some issues especially since the Jena 6 boys turned out to be such an embarassment and so DAMN rotten.[/quote] oh somebody's disgusted with black people today *eyes roll*...cry me a river...them Philly cops didn't have to do all that to handcuff them...the Jena 6 victims aren't perfect, doesn't mean they deserved to go to jail for retaliating against some racist ofays. i get that you're frustrated and i guess your frustration frustrates me...
kaykay's picture

You go Mrs. Bell...til death

You go Mrs. Bell...til death do us! Ride or die for her Man, her children and for Justice. We should all salute you!
Ms.Jay's picture

I sure there's something in

I sure there's something in it for Al, I don't trust him , but respect what he tries to do, but I do think he follows the $$$$$
Facts's picture

[quote comment="88009"]The

[quote comment="88009"]The best way to beat the system is from within the system - we need to groom our children towards higher education and some law classes. Seriously - if they aren't going to go straight to Law School - at least we need them to know the laws and loopholes. We have to play the game by the same set or rules (fair or not) if we want to win. It is not 1965 - it is 2008 and only getter later. We need a NEW way to fight the injustices we face as a people. I feel higher education is the only real way. My father taught me the 10 point platform of the Black Panther Party - he taught me the rules and bylaws of the party - and one key thing I learned is that they were not just walking around carrying guns spewing black power - they were running for political offices, they knew the law and all thier rights - they operated within thier rights and were sure to not break the law in any way - including something as simple as using profanity. that's why they called the cops PIGS. You can't curse in the street - its disorderly conduct - you could be locked up for that or at least fined. So these young black men learned the system and proceeded to work it in the interest of the people. See how fast they shut them down - so you know where the real threat is - its in EDUCATED PEOPLE. It can take one generation to begin to really turn this around - JUST ONE. AND THAT IS REAL TALK![/quote] That is real talk K!!! I agree, education is what that is these days....It's only getting worse..Food for thought here...
Obama Mama's picture

DMX seems to be addicted to

DMX seems to be addicted to going to jail (among other things)
AThinker's picture

[quote comment="88025"][quote

[quote comment="88025"][quote comment="88005"]Al Perm-ston is still a one trick pony. What worked 40 years ago isn't goping to work going now. Come up with a new one.[/quote] Yeah I don't agree with Al and his tatics but he's an elder and I respect him at least publicly.[/quote] i respect him too-he's done WAY more activism than me or most ppl i know-i'm sure sean bell's fiance & family appreciate his efforts.
kaykay's picture

I love Beyonce....

I love Beyonce....
Facts's picture

Check the facts in the Philly

Check the facts in the Philly incident, those guys are not innocent they had weapons and had just finish participating in a shoot out....WHAT I can not stand is everyone always jumping the gun to say that some (not all of) these guys are victims when the cops bust them up for a good reason; like the Philly guys, what about the true victims the ones they shot that night and their families...I am a bit hesitant to support some issues especially since the Jena 6 boys turned out to be such an embarassment and so DAMN rotten.
Facts's picture

[quote comment="87961"]all i

[quote comment="87961"]all i know is she got up on stage last night at jays concert and did her cute lil Uh-Oh dance and she looked gorgeous what girl doesn't want a burger and fries every now and again?[/quote] What city were you in? I was hoping that she'd come out at the concert in Greensboro but she didn't. I guess she wanted to chill since they "got married" the day before
BettyBoop69's picture

[quote comment="87973"]I'm

[quote comment="87973"]I'm just mad that they opened the door after hours!!! Don't they know that their are imposters out there!?! A Bonnie and Clyde pretending to be Bey and Jay trying to rob a burger joint. I'm just jealous that they can folks to cook them a burger after hours. I would've had to wait until the next business day![/quote] This kind of stuff happens for celebrities all the time. They're reality is a LOT different from ours. I'm not mad, I'm happy that black people are getting this kind of shine.
p1tey1's picture

[quote comment="87973"]I'm

[quote comment="87973"]I'm just mad that they opened the door after hours!!! Don't they know that their are imposters out there!?! A Bonnie and Clyde pretending to be Bey and Jay trying to rob a burger joint. I'm just jealous that they can folks to cook them a burger after hours. I would've had to wait until the next business day![/quote] This kind of stuff happens for celebrities all the time. They're reality is a LOT different from ours. I'm not mad, I'm happy that black people are getting this kind of shine.
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