James Rosemond, the hip-hop manager who went by "Jimmy Henchman," is probably best known for his alleged involvement in the 1994 shooting that left Tupac Shakur robbed and bleeding in New York's Quad Studios. In his song Against All Odds, Shakur blamed Rosemond. In a controversial 2008 L.A. Times ar ... More >>
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Occupy Wall Street has tweeted that the 5,554 books comprising the OWS library have been trashed by the NYPD in the raid. GalleyCat reports that @OWSLibrary has been tweeting about the eviction and the destruction of their books, documents, and artwork throughout the night.
The New York Post today tells the tale of a "pudgy, fanny-pack-wearing 40-year-old man who lives with his mother" and is "so desperate to find love, he's posting handwritten personal ads at payphones around the city." And yet, this man is not news (seriously, he's been at it since 2009, as Ga ... More >>
Apparently they don't only deliver stuff, they'll take deliveries too. A man sitting next to me at the theater the other night volunteered this bit of info, practically on saying hello: "My Fed Ex man comes over all the time and wants to suck my dick.
Image via Darrell BellHip-hop is the world's most brazenly capitalist genre of music. If Jay-Z's not talking about playing Monopoly with real cash, then Kanye West's tweeting about the cherub-motifed Persian rugs and golden goblets he's just scored at Fishs Eddy. But while certain rotund rap ... More >>
Not surprising, but demoralizing nonetheless. When Guru, the erstwhile Gang Starr MC, passed last week, the news was accompanied by a very suspicious sounding letter. The missive, which began "I, Guru, am writing this letter to my fans, friends and loved ones around the world," purported to b ... More >>
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