Reek releases his own version of B.I.G.’s classic “Ten Crack Commandments” with the “10 Mack Commandments”. Peep after the jump.
If you’re in the market for a new car, but especially if you’re looking at a fuel-efficient Japanese model, experts say you’re better off buying now because prices will only get higher in coming weeks as the effects of the earthquake in Japan and the unrest in Libya and the Middle East start to be felt.
Up to now, Japan’s earthquake has had little effect on prices of Japanese cars here. For the most part, dealers already had cars on their lots with more coming on ships and trucks. Read more…
Even though he recently lost a few of his dancers in lieu of his trip to Japan, that didn’t stop Ne-Yo on his journey to help the country in need. He’s doing a line up of shows he’d set up prior to the quake and tsunami, and according to his Twitter, all the proceeds from wristbands his team created for the shows will go directly to the victims of the quake. They also have donation boxes that will be placed through out the venues. Hit the jump and watch as Ne-Yo arrives in Japan and the joyful tears he brings his fans!
Snoop wanted to get involved in helping Japan after the tragic earthquake and tsunami, so he’s teamed up with NEFF Clothing to create a tee, with 100% of profits going toÂ help Japan.Â Such an awesome thing to do. Click here to purchase a tee and help those in need!
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Former football star Lawrence Taylor has been sentenced in New York to six years on probation after a judge refused to allow a teenage prostitute to speak.
The ex-New York Giants football star pleaded guilty in January to sexual misconduct and having sex with the underage prostitute. The girl, now 17, appeared in court with well-known attorney Gloria Allred. Read more…
Wiz continues his cover-gracing domination, appearing on Complex’s April/May 2011 cover along with fellow Pittsburgh native, actor Danny McBride. Their interview is chock full of weed talk as one would expect. Read it here….Rolling Papers in stores March 29th.
It’s tough for a Republican politician to lose friends by visiting Israel. Yet Sarah Palin is in danger of doing so.
The former GOP vice presidential candidate arrived in Israel Sunday for a two-day visit.
Ben Smith in Politico reports that the trip was booked through a Christian tour operator. But the real news is who did not book the trip: the Republican Jewish Coalition, the group that brought George W. Bush to Israel in 1998, Mitt Romney in 2007, Haley Barbour in 2011, and many other presidential hopefuls beside. Read more…