#fbf the day Amancia was born ... I love that man @yokangol so much .. he is on point with everything he even passed me my shades for the interview. I appreciate you so much baby 😘😘... ain’t he sexy y’all ❤️❤️
#FBF me in the blue and @sweeettwin in the jean suit .... rings on every finger and my grapes are poppin’ 🍇😂... if the earrings ain’t touch the shoulder we wasn’t wearing them... and yes always wore my shades 🕶
Ok you can clearly see them running away so please make this make sense 🤬 #Repost@yokangol
People from East Pittsburgh area say that police just shot two teenage boys in the back.
According to family, one boy is 13 years old.
I can't wait to to hear this officer's explanation for this one. He can't say he feared for his life as the perpetrators ran in the OPPOSITE direction. Then again...it's clearly become legal for cops to shoot Blacks. This Is America!!!
NEW YORK CITY...TONIGHT at 2am VIDEO MUSIC BOX @videomusicbox will air Hip-Hop's FIRST Graduation Party as WU-TANG CLAN AFFILIATE's TAJIRI @richtwin celebrates her GRAD-WU-ATION with her Classic Hip-Hop friends and family. VMB airs Thursdays at 2am and Saturdays at 12midnight on NYCTV Ch.25/22/18/14. DON'T MISS IT!!!
Today in the Wu’s #wuwednesday#Repost@digiempire
After coming out victorious in his longstanding legal battle against Birdman and Cash Money last week, Lil Wayneappears to be mapping out his next moves as he’s reportedly filing paperwork for the registered trademark of “New Dirty Bastard.” According to reports, Lil Wayne is attempting to trademark the name for himself in order for upcoming use in music productions and other entertainment ventures. Of course there’s one potential issue here: the striking similarities to the original ODB himself, Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
The late Wu-Tang rapper’s family is reportedly be open to the idea, but only on certain conditions. ODB’s daughter, Taniqua Jones and their family lawyer explained in the report that they were left in the dark regarding Lil Wayne filing for the trademark, however, said that they were open to negotiations before granting full permission for him to register the trademark