Thursday, July 27, 2006
This and That
DMX Rejects Plea Bargain
DMX turned down a plea bargain yesterday in his latest traffic case. The rapper was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor, after being stopped by police for speeding last month (June 2). After yesterday’s hearing DMX’s attorney, Murray Richman, confirmed that a deal had been offered and rejected. After leaving court, the rapper told reporters he did not feel as if he was being treated fairly. He said, “I don’t feel good about this at all, it’s not fair—$25,000 for traffic tickets? Come on. Let’s keep it real.”
#1 - Let's keep it real real. Judging from the fact that all he ever does is ride dirt bikes and shoot the shit with some redneck, I'm thinking $25K just might be out of the budget.
#2 - With a crackhead behind the wheel, I'm surprised it's just $25K.
The Game's One Blood. Let me tell you now, if you haven't downloaded a song before, download this one. I'm the first to complain about how much The Game name drops, but this beat is sooo sick! If the rest of The Doctor's Advocate is like this, I'm about to be impressed. I might even purchase it.
Method Man, Wendy Williams Incident.
Watch it Meth; that thing might whip your ass and make you his/her B----.
Preview of Dame Dash's movie Shadowboxer.
The reviews suck, but the preview seems interesting.
As you know, LeToya Luckett's self-titled CD was released yesterday (7/25) and is expected to do well on the strength of her hit "Torn". Not to be outdone, LeToya's former band member Beyonce pulled a catty move by making her album "B'Day" available for pre-order on iTunes, thereby undercutting LeToya's sales. Bey's album was originally scheduled for release Sept. 5 but the pre-order was pushed up 2 months in advance. Beyonnce just couldn't resist giving the ex-Destiny's Child member a virtual bitch slap.
You rollin' with the big dogs now Toya. Suck it up.
T.I. and Tiny in Japan
Something about this aint gangsta...