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December 28, 2012

Peter Ramsey Becomes The First African-American To Direct Major Animated Film

Peter Ramsey Becomes The First African-American To Direct Major Animated Film

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Peter Ramsey has become the first African-American to direct a major animated movie, “Rise of the Guardians.”

Several States Considering Placing Armed Guards In Public Schools

Several States Considering Placing Armed Guards In Public Schools

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The National Rifle Association has been taking heat over its pro-gun response to the Sandy Hook massacre, but some pols are applauding the powerful lobby’s plea for armed guards in schools – and are trying to do something about it. Lawmakers in at least 11 states are considering such legislation to bulk up school security, according to reports. In Arizona, the state attorney general said the country’s reaction to the…

Pimp Down, Pimp In Distress: Katt Williams HIT With $4 Million TAX LIEN

Pimp Down, Pimp In Distress: Katt Williams HIT With $4 Million TAX LIEN

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It has been a rough year for Katt Willaims as he’s had numerous slaps and run-ins with fans, police and even his assistant.  And if those legal woes weren’t enough to carry over into 2013, now he has the weight of the IRS on his back. First, Katt is accused of not paying $3.2 million in taxes for his big money days of 2008; then he didn’t pay $829,352 in…

Chicago Reaches 500 Homicides For 2012

Chicago Reaches 500 Homicides For 2012

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As 2012 comes to a close, Chicago has reached a terrible milestone: 500 homicides in the city for the entire year. Nathaniel T. Jackson was killed Thursday (Dec. 27), becoming the 500th person to die in the city. The victim was gunned down on Chicago’s west side  at around 9p.m. Jackson was standing outside of a store when someone walked up and shot him in the head. He was taken…

Terrence Howard Sued By AMEX For Unpaid Credit Card Bill

Terrence Howard Sued By AMEX For Unpaid Credit Card Bill

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According to Global Grind, American Express is completely fed up with the Red Tails actor’s reluctance to pay his credit card debt and is slapping him with a lawsuit in an effort to recover the unpaid money. The financial service corporation is also requesting that an additional ten percent be paid on top of the money owed. How much money does a person have to owe before American Express gets…

Kentucky Man Says His Watermelon-Eating President Obama Dummy Isn’t Racist

Kentucky Man Says His Watermelon-Eating President Obama Dummy Isn’t Racist

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When asked by a reporter why he created a dummy of President Barack Obama holding a watermelon in his hand, Kentucky man Danny Hafley said, “I thought he might get hungry standing down here.” Check out the video:   Source  

Couple Welcomes SECOND Christmas Day Baby On Their December 25th Wedding Anniversary

Couple Welcomes SECOND Christmas Day Baby On Their December 25th Wedding Anniversary

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A Chicago couple who were married on Christmas Day two years ago now have three reasons to celebrate the festive day. Monique and Jeremy Houston Sr. said ‘I do’ on Christmas Day 2010, and a year later welcomed their son, Jeremy Jr., on December 25, 2011. Then, in a miracle coincidence, little brother Jeremiah Anthony joined the family on the morning of Christmas Day this year – and both births…

YouTube Removes Billions Of Video Views After Finding They Were ‘Faked By The Music Industry’

YouTube Removes Billions Of Video Views After Finding They Were ‘Faked By The Music Industry’

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The world’s biggest recording companies have been stripped of two billion YouTube hits after the website cracked down on alleged ‘fake viewers’. Universal, home of Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber, lost a total of one billion views in the video site’s biggest ever crackdown on artificially inflated figures. Sony was second hardest hit, with the label behind such stars as Alicia Keys, Rita Ora and Labrinth losing more than…

Dwayne Wade Suspended After Kicking NBA Star In The Grion [VIDEO]

Dwayne Wade Suspended After Kicking NBA Star In The Grion [VIDEO]

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Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat was suspended one game without pay by the National Basketball Association for kicking Ramon Sessions of the Charlotte Bobcats in the groin. Wade, who is averaging 20.2 points, 4.6 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game for the Eastern Conference-leading Heat (20-6), will miss tonight’s game in Detroit against the Pistons (9-22), the NBA said in a release. Wade, 30, made contact with Sessions with…

Lil Flip’s Arrest for Alleged Drugs and Gun Possession Prompts T.I. to Call Him to Squash Beef?

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It’s always tough to watch your favorite rapper fall off of the radar and get into a slew of legal problems. This is the case for fans of Houston rapper Lil Flip. The “This Is The Way We Ball” rap artist went from selling CD’s out of the trunk of his car in Texas to acquiring a lucrative rap deal. Unfortunately, he lost his path in mainstream entertainment and has…