I’m sure you’ve all heard the story that surfaced back in the day about big, bad Suge Knight dangling poor Vanilla Ice over a balcony railing to force Ice to sign over some money to Suge. Well for those of you that do not know, when Ice shot to fame with his album The Extreme he signed a deal with Death Row CEO Suge Knight that would give Suge royalties from “Ice, Ice Baby” and in order for Suge to get Ice to sign over money he held him over a hotel balcony. Well fast-forward to 2011 Ice has now said nothing like that happened and Suge was a complete gentleman. I’m not too sure why someone would sign over royalties for their most popular song for no reason but who knows. Ice also said with the money Suge received from him he funded Dre’s classic, The Chronic, and the careers of Tupac and Snoop. Read what Ice said after the jump.
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With just under 500,000 followers, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is arguably one of the most active Twitter users when it comes to players and coaches in the NFL. Now, the former USC head coach is using the social media site to allow fans a chance to be part of the teamâ€™s first preseason game against the San Diego Chargers on August 11. Read more…
Toyota Motor Corp. will build an electric RAV4 in-house in Canada next year rather than having partner Tesla Motors Inc. assemble the model at the plant it acquired from Toyota in California. The companies said this morning that Toyota’s Tesla-powered EV will be produced in Woodstock, Ontario, where Toyota already makes the gasoline-powered RAV4 crossover.
Meet Josie! 5 months old pitbull adopted from the pound. – Sent in by Billy Santora
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Five New Orleans Police Officers have been convicted by a jury in post-Katrina shootings. The five officers also were charged with covering up the shootings and four of them were charged with civil rights violations, but all five will beat murder charges. On Sept. 4th, 2005 the officers shot unarmed people without justification and without warning on killing two and wounding four others. After the shooting the officers planted guns on other people, falsified reports, and involving fake witnesses. Read more about the case after the jump.
A 63-year-old man went into cardiac arrest during a flight from the U.K. to Sweden. The airline crew said that the man had low-blood pressure and offered him a soda and a sandwich to make him feel better. Once the man started feeling a little better the airline told him he had to pay-up! RyanAir made the sick passenger pay for his sandwich (soda is given for free on most flights) SMH! The man may be able to take legal actions against the airline for the mistreatment. Read more about the man’s story after the jump.
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ESPNâ€™s Adam Schefter is reporting the Oakland Raiders have come to a terms with New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss on a four-year, $16 million deal.
He will replace Pro Bowl tight end Zach Miller, who stung the Raiders by signing with the Seahawks on Tuesday.
This Case is a little bulky, but if I were going to a Pool party, I would need this Bad Boy!!This is Grace Digital Audio’s Eco Pod, It’s sand, shock and waterproof with Waterproof earbuds, and will cost you….1st the Jump then the Price!
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Yesterday President Obama celebrated his 50th Birthday in the Rose Garden of the White House with 200 of his closest friends and family. Guest at the party included Jay-Z, Chris Rock, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Charles Barkley, and the President’s two best friends from Chicago. Sasha and Malia were both allowed to stay up past their bedtimes to celebrate their dad’s birthday. Guests also enjoyed music performed by Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock. Read more about Obama’s birthday bash after the jump.