George Zimmerman attorneys withdraw from case

The Los Angeles Times: “Two lawyers who had been representing George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., said Tuesday that their client had cut off contact with them and that they were no longer his legal counsel. Attorneys Craig Sonner and Hal Uhrig said in a televised news conference Tuesday afternoon in Florida that Zimmerman was not returning their email or telephone calls. They have not... Read More

RoseMo’s family seeking help threw the public for murderer

Just two days ago, a video was posted of  Zambia beating up another rapper, Boskoe1, on popular hip-hop website, Zambia is an affiliate of Los Angeles rapper Ice Burgandy and he previously claimed to have beaten up rapper The Game on Twitter as well. Boskoe apparently also had beef with Ice Burgandy which may have led to the beating. Ice Burgandy recorded several songs with rap artist, Waka Flocka, and claims to be a Bricksquad... Read More

Bin Laden pix of dead body are fake!!

From NBC’s Courtney Kube: A senior U.S. official says that they are still deciding whether to release a still photo of dead bin Laden. “It is really, really graphic,” the official said, adding that U.S. officials are trying to decide whether it is just too graphic to put out. New link, 10:50 a.m. ET: From The Guardian: (Linked page contains graphic image): The bloodied image of a man with matted hair and a blank, half-opened eye... Read More

Rick Ross Revisits 50 Cent Feud, "The Mob Bosses Always Get Whacked At The End"

Southern rap star Rick Ross opens up about his motivation behind striking first during his infamous feud with 50 Cent two years ago in the new issue of RESPECT magazine. Speaking with renowned rap journalist Elliott Wilson, Ross justified going after the “bully” in 2009. “It boiled down to what really was going on. It wasn’t nothing at the time that was personal against 50 Cent, but he was attacking people, and began attacking... Read More

D.O.B-Death Of Blockbuster

Blockbuster Inc. will file bankruptcy next month, people familiar with the matter have told the Los Angeles Times. In a report on the Times website, the sources said the pre-planned Chapter 11 filing would be used to restructure a debt load of nearly $1 billion. A planned bankruptcy allows the debtor to work with creditors about payment terms ahead of the filing. Sources said the bankruptcy would take five months. During that time, the company... Read More