The tweets are self-explanatory. These JANKY PROMTERS did NOT have enough money to pay Xzibit his fee. Lord knows I hope it was something humongous because Xzibit shouldn’t go more then 5K. Matter fact I would’ve paid him 3k. Maybe even less. After the debacle with Ginuwine, you would think our city would FINALLY get some rest from Janky promoters. Well no. But SURPRISE, SURPRISE….
THE PROMOTERS ARE NOT FROM MONTREAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yep, you read that right, our city got wronged by OUTSIDERS! SexKandi & Brooklyn Sweet are from CALGARY, ALBERTA! They usually throw TOPLESS DJs Parties in their city & province. Why in the world would a Calgary promoter cross so many provinces to do a show in Montreal… Ask him.. I wouldn’t do that UNLESS I’d have a local team there. I wish I could provide you with the numbers, however I couldn’t find them BUT it is truly sad that X wasn’t paid his fee… *sike* A lot of peeps are mad at the fact that the city of SHERBROOKE were blessed with a show and not Montreal. That shit makes me laugh. We in competition with Sherbrooke?
I don’t know if some of these CANADIAN promoters even take the time to assess their market because some of these artists they decide to come down Mtl thinking it’s gonna pop off and make them some crazy loot are just plain uninteresting.
Oh and by the way, it’s the same promoter that messed up the New Boyz concert and promised people were gonna get their money back. No refund has been given out. I guess it’s the same for this event. SMH… At least it’s not one of our own who fucked up, maybe that’s the only “positive” side of this whole fiasco… However, our city has taken another hit by the…
A Lynn couple got tangled in a hairy situation when the cops showed up at their basement apartment after the woman went after her husband with a 15-inch knife when he wouldn’t help her tame her tresses, according to the police version of events.
The couple has kissed and made up. But while Kaukauna Y. Gethers Rudolph, 51, admits she had a bad hair day, she insisted yesterday she’d never ask her husband to do her hair, no matter what police say.
“Men do not know how to do a woman’s hair,” she said. “Would you trust your husband to do your hair?”
Kaukauna admits the big to-do started early Saturday as she sat on her bed, taking out her old hair weave.
Her plan, she said, was to color her short, graying locks with Revlon jet black hair dye and put in her new hair weaves, which she had recently picked up on sale for $3 a piece at a nearby beauty supply store.
As she removed the old weaves, she asked her hubby, Kenneth “Kenny” Rudolph, 48, to fix her some food so she could finish the tedious task. “I was getting sort of hungry,” she said.
He had other plans. Kenny said he didn’t feel like cooking and wanted to go out. Kaukauna said he was “tipsy” and she didn’t want him to leave. A bitter argument erupted. Kenny, apparently alarmed, dialed 911. Meanwhile, Kaukauna claims she went into the kitchen to start cooking. Hence the big knife that was in her hands when the cops showed up.
Police say they heard yelling inside. Kenny answered the door and said his wife “came at me with a knife” and it’s “all about her asking me to help do her hair and I don’t do hair,” according to a police report.
Kaukauna, police said, had her knife behind her back. When a cop reached for it, she tried to shove it down her shorts. She pleaded not guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest.
Last night, Kaukauna wore a wig over her undone mane. Her new “Sassy Collection” hair pieces — black with red highlights — remained in their packages.
Let’s start by asking WHAT THE HELL WERE YOU THINKING!?!?!? During rush-hour, the Lincoln Tunnel in New York was closed for almost an hour when the Joint Terrorism Task Force was called after reports that six people in camouflage had fled their cars and were on foot INSIDE THE TUNNEL…smh
A dance troupe called “Club Envy” that consists of three young men, Ronnie Killing Jr., 20; Dontel Jabal Madison, 18; Darius Hutchins, 19, and three 16-year-old girls, Adaya Foster, Kenya Clark and Courtney King were held by the Homeland Security division to determine who they were and why they were sprinting thought the busy New York thoroughfare.
“They drew their guns on us at first,” said Landon Burse, 24, the group’s executive director who arranged the appearance on BET’s “106 & Park” segment “Wild on Wednesday.”
“It was terrifying. I was crying,” said Eternity Odom, 16, one of the four girls who perform in the group. The tunnel was closed for 45 minutes before cops realized the eight-member team was headed to the studio on West 57th Street. They eventually offered them a police escort to make the show. But it was too late — the hard-headed producers of the live talent show told them not to bother, sending them in a trail of tears back down the New Jersey Turnpike.
We can appreciate how badly these kids wanted to perform, especially on a national stage like “106 and Park,” and all the work they put in practicing their routine as well as actually making the long trip from to NYC
The group, called “Club Envy,” had set out from Jacksonville about 24 hours earlier with stardust in their eyes as they hit I-95 for the 1,158 mile trip north — a trip for which they spent three months holding local fundraisers.
Fortunately, the officers believed the group’s story and even made an attempt to contact BET and offer a police escort to the studio, however officials at BET said that they were too late and taping had already ended. There has been a commitment to reschedule the performance for a later date.
We’re glad to see that the officers attempted to help them, but in the future kids, stay in the car. The last thing you want to do nowadays is be misconstrued as a terrorist, some of these “law enforcement officers” are liiiiitle trigger happy if you catch our drift.
Remember this story the next time your neighbor wakes you up with thumping German techno beats at 4 a.m. and you want to storm upstairs and whoop some ass.
John Travis heard a commotion outside of his apartment on Tuesday around 10 p.m. and found his upstairs neighbor and another man arguing, Fox 4 reported. Travis asked them to keep it down, a reasonable request of someone who isn’t acting neighborly. Except the men turned on Travis, and their response, not so reasonable and a lot more violent.
Travis was reportedly punched and thrown down a flight of stairs. He suffered a shattered cheekbone, broken jaw, broken nose and a brain contusion. He’s alive, but he’s spending a lot of time in the ICU.
For this, you’d think the men would have been charged. You’d be wrong. Fox 4 spoke with Travis’ girlfriend, who said police knocked on the upstairs apartment door, and when no one answered, they said that’s all they could do. She hasn’t seen them since.
“It upsets me that they’re getting away with it,” the girlfriend said.
As for Travis, it’s going to take reconstructive facial surgery and wiring his jaw shut to put him back together again.
Next time my neighbors are getting rowdy, I think I’ll leave it to the cops.
When you’re 44-years-old and the mother of three, you’ve hopefully reached that stage in life where you try not to embarrass yourself — or have your mind overpowered by the yearnings of your loins. Alas, Vikki Myers has yet to reach this mesa of serenity yet…
She was staying with her three kids at a Red Roof Inn in Naperville, Illinois. That’s when a cop arrived at the motel’s parking lot on another call. But when he saw a naked woman in a 2002 minivan, needless to say, he thought it was rather suspicious.
He went up to the door and found Vikki nude. She at first claimed that she was merely changing her clothes in the car when she was sighted. But after the officer spotted a loaded handgun, she confessed to retreating to her minivan to masturbate while her kids remained in the room. The cop also found female self-pleasuring devices.
She said she’d just moved to Illinois from Texas, so she was unaware that northern cops usually aren’t hip to people driving around with loaded guns.
But here’s the difference between northern and southern values. Vikki wasn’t charged with public lewdness for her bare-naked activities. She was hit with unlawful use of a weapon.
SHOUT OUT TO CP RECORDS AND THE KID DJ KEITH DEAN!!! BRRRAAAATTT!!!!
Kat Stacks Reportedly Not Being Deported To Venezuela
Looks like rappers may not be breathing the sigh of relief about super groupie Kat Stacks deportation just yet.
According to Kat Stack’s Twitter page, the groupie everyone loves to hate will not be deported back to Venezuela.
“The judge called OFF the deportating order, im just waiting for them to give me a bond price”
Contrary to initial reports that Stacks, whose real name is Andrea-Herrera Cardena, faced a 90% chance of being banished from the country.
As previously reported, Kat Stacks was arrested and detained in Nashville, Tennessee and being held without bail for immigration issues.
No word yet on when Kat will officially be released
Montana Fishburne, the aspiring porn star daughter of actor Laurence Fishburne, figures if she is going to go ahead with her triple X aspirations, then she is going to go all the way in.
In order to help solidify her presence as an adult film star, Fishburne who recently signed a multi-film deal with Vivid Entertainment plans on getting a boob job and vagina surgery.
Montana aka Chippy D recently told Hustler magazine,
“I don’t want to get real big ones (breasts). I would just go one size bigger, before adding, “And I want to get my p**sy tightened… I want that kung fu grip.”
Chippy D was previously featured in a music video for “Oh And It’s Shaved” with porn star Brian Pumper.
If you were a pre-teen boy in St. Albans, Vermont, Misty Smith’s house was the place to be. Neighbors say the 34-year-old mom had a child-like quality about her, which drew the 11-year-old crowd to her home. But some were suspicious, barring their kids from going there…
It turns out those suspicions were correct, because Smith was luring them with more than just her youthful charm.
When an 11-year-old boy didn’t come home from school, his parents called the cops. Together they canvassed the neighborhood. Since the boy was known to play with Smith’s 11-year-old son, the parents stopped by her house to see if she’d seen the lad. Three times she said no.
Then a cop stopped by that evening. Smith again said she hadn’t seen the kid. But the officer heard a sound coming from a bedroom and asked if he could investigate. That’s where he found the kid and two other 11-year-olds. And they had an interesting story to tell.
It turns out that they didn’t seek out Smith’s company for the witty conversation she provided. They did it for the cigs, weed, alcohol and pills she was giving them. They also confessed that Smith had been sexing them up for the past month — even while her husband was in the home, though it’s unclear if he was aware of his wife’s junior infidelities.
Our madam later admitted to sexing up the kids, but tried to say that they started it, which usually isn’t a very good defense in statutory rape cases. She’s now charged with lewd and lascivious conduct with a child, unlawful restraint, simple-assault, delivering drugs to a minor and furnishing alcohol to a minor.
Investigators remained baffled Wednesday over a bizarre case in which twin sisters from Australia were mysteriously found at a shooting range south of Denver with gunshot wounds to the head.
They are trying to determine if it was a shootout, a failed murder-suicide or a suicide pact, while investigating why the 29-year-old sisters came to the U.S. on cultural exchange visas.
Complicating matters is the fact that investigators have had difficulty determining which sister died because they look so much alike. One sister was killed, and the other was upgraded Wednesday from critical to serious condition.
The medical condition of the surviving sister was determined to be too grave to undergo questioning about what happened, reports CBS station KCNC in Denver.
Doug Hamilton, the owner of the Family Shooting Center at Cherry Creek State Park, told KCNC that the sisters were in good spirits and adept at shooting the small-caliber handguns.
No determination has been made as to whether what happened was a double suicide, murder-suicide or simply a tragic accident. But Hamilton says he is confident the shooting was planned.
“It was not an accident. It was a deliberate shooting,” he said.
Authorities said the sisters were in the same lane at the Family Shooting Center and had at least two small-caliber pistols in their stall. Shooters at the range line up behind a wooden wall and shoot at targets through an opening that resembles a window, Arapahoe County sheriff’s Capt. Louie Perea said.
Surveillance video at the range captured the sisters falling out of the stall about a half-second apart, with patrons quickly reacting, Perea said.
At least two shots were fired, Perea said. He declined to release further details, citing the ongoing investigation.
No suicide note was found and a search of the twins’ luggage at a nearby hotel revealed nothing about what happened, Perea said. There was no apparent indication of a dispute between the sisters, or any indication they were shot by somebody else. No suspects were being sought.
“We want to be open-minded and make sure we’re doing a thorough investigation,” Perea said. “We’re still trying to track the days leading up to the incident.”
Perea said the sisters had visited the shooting range at Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora at least twice before the fatal shooting.
Investigators initially couldn’t determine which woman had died. But they now believe they know, said Dr. Kelly Lear-Kaul, a forensic pathologist and deputy with the Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office.
They were working with the Australian consulate in Los Angeles to obtain fingerprints or dental records to positively identify the two. Perea said the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had also been contacted because the two submitted fingerprints for their visas.
Authorities won’t release either sister’s name until they have been positively identified, Perea said.
Perea said authorities attempted to interview the surviving twin after her condition was upgraded, “but she was still heavily medicated,”
“The interview was ineffective. We won’t try to interview her until early (Thursday) morning,” he added.
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said in a statement the twins were from Victoria state in southeast Australia. The Australian consulate in Los Angeles was working closely with Colorado authorities, said Scott Bolitho of the Australian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
Both women were in the United States on cultural exchange visas, with one sister arriving in the U.S. on Aug. 19 and the other on Sept. 7. One sister was due to return to Australia on Tuesday, Perea said.
It’s not clear what the women were doing in the United States. Perea said no one has come forward to say they knew the sisters, acknowledging that they haven’t been publicly identified yet.
Cultural visas are issued for up to 16 months for a range of purposes from travel to working as an au pair, said Tim Counts of U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. Holders must be sponsored by an organization and be involved in some activity that involves their culture or language, he said.
Perea said the family was arranging Wednesday to travel to the United States, backing away from an earlier statement that the family was en route. During a brief conversation with investigators, family members shed no light on what may have happened, Perea said.
“We didn’t get into specifics. Obviously they’re mourning the loss of one daughter and the wounding of another,” he said.