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Archive for December 15th, 2007

Joe Budden freestyle dissin Jay Z

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007

It’s on Joe Budden has drawn first blood by dissing Hov. It’s kind of hot will Jay rip this kid apart?

“For you times is rough too
Cuz ain’t nobody buying your album’s but you
And from the sounds of everything I hear you lost it
Still rap alright but your ears exhausted
Fuck your bunch of money put your ego to the side
Maybe it’s time to study your understudy
I mean, are we hustling or are we grown up?
Everytime I hear you you changing your tone up
When the new generation think about Jordan
All they remember is when Iverson crossed him
Take off the blazer, loosen’ up the tie
Nigga fell in love and Superman died
Better learn to cover your ears when the toys pop
I hate your last single, Boys Rot
Can we hear some new niggas with promise
The new generation won’t forget you we promise
We’ll always pay homage but let’s get one thing understood son
Every “Encore” ain’t a good one.”

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Ray J says sex tape was good for Kim Kardashian’s career

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007

Kim Kardashian and Ray Jay

Ray J is still not done talking. Ray J says that the sex tape of him and Kim Kardashian helped her career big time. He is referring to her recent play boy cover and reality tv show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

“I don’t know how [the tape] got leaked, but it was great for her career. Will someone explain that to her?”

On his liking of a thicker Britney Spears

“I love Britney. The chunkiness of her. I like big women. I have a fat fetish.”


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Company offers Michael Jackson $23million endorsement deal

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007

Michael Jackson

According to Celebritybabylon Michael Jackson is being offered a way to keep Neverland Ranch by is offering to pay Jackson $23million to endorse their company which happens to be the same amount he owes by January 19, 2008 in order to keep Neverland Ranch.

Jackson fell late on that debit as of November 15th and is already a month into a 90 countdown to losing the Santa Ynez area ranch. Todd Cook of commented, “This is something we’ve seen time and time again from celebrities too proud to stay within a reasonable budget,” said Cook.

“But I think it’s safe to say that Michael Jackson has set a new precedent for truly and irreversibly ruining his life, shattering previously held records by such hard-falling celebs as MC Hammer, Boy George and Vanilla Ice.” He continued “Paying off the $23 million loan is the most crucial move at this point,”

“Michael Jackson needs to take a long, hard look at the ‘Man in the Mirror’ and accept that he needs more than just financial assistance. We are willing to hold his gloved hand and nurse him back to financial health in exchange for his endorsement.”

Wow interesting you want him to endorse your company but you come out and publicly insult him with those statements?


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Model sues Jason Kidd for alleged groping

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007

Jason Kidd

A 23-year-old model has filed a lawsuit accusing New Jersey Nets star Jason Kidd of groping and threatening her at a Manhattan nightclub two months ago.

A spokesman for Kidd denied the allegations as a “false” and “defamatory” attempt to get money from the player who earns almost $20 million a year.

The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan‘s state Supreme Court, said Kidd “battered and assaulted” the woman in the Lower West Side club Tenjune on Oct. 10 when he “grabbed her buttocks and crotch on multiple occasions.”

“He kept staring at her and then went over and grabbed her butt,” the woman’s lawyer, Russell S. Adler, said Friday.

He said, “She told him ‘Get off me! Get away from me!'” before bouncers pulled Kidd away.

Words were exchanged and Kidd grabbed the woman again, pushing her against a wall and putting his hand under her dress, Adler said. When she protested, the lawyer said, Kidd asked, “If we have a fight, who do you think is going to win?”

Adler said that when his client tried to send a text message, Kidd slapped her cell phone out of her hand. Adler said she left the club in the Meatpacking District a short time after that.

The woman’s lawsuit asks for unspecified compensatory and punitive damages.

Kidd’s lawyer, Paul Grand, issued a statement that said, “We have not yet seen the complaint, but these claims were false when they were first fabricated two months ago, and they remain false today. This lawsuit is nothing more than a brazen and defamatory search for a payout.”


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Jay Z talks about whether he will drop an album next year

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007

 Jay Z

Jay Z was interviewed by Billboard and here are some excerpts…

What was your reaction to the public’s reception of “American Gangster” versus last year’s “Kingdom Come?”

“American Gangster” seems to be overwhelmingly a critics’ darling. I knew immediately it wouldn’t sell more than “Kingdom Come.” It could, but who knows? If I were a cynical person, I’d just say that people are hypocrites. [They’ll say] I want a record with no obvious singles but just great music. Well, here it is. It should sell more than 10 million copies, more than any of the other albums I’ve ever made. It’s just the way this industry works. But of course, I love the reception to “American Gangster.”

I wasn’t completely surprised by the reception to “Kingdom Come.” I knew it wasn’t for everybody. I was trying to do different things sonically and with the subject matter; stretching the things you can talk about as far as being an adult. And I know that’s not popular because hip-hop is a young man’s sport.

Does it have to remain a young man’s sport? You’re still recording.

That’s the cross I have to bear. I have to take those shots to keep doing it. And I’m going to keep doing it. I have no choice, whether it be me or the artists I align myself with.

Will there be a new Jay-Z album next year?

(Laughs heartily) If I’m inspired. To be honest, I’ve been thinking about that lately. I have one album left on my contract, and then I’ve really come full circle.

This is all hypothetical but I’ve been thinking on the fly: I have one album left, right? If I’m inspired to make that album, then my contract is done and I’m not in the music business anymore as far as being an artist. I can still make music. But how I reach people with that music … I can do anything with it at that point. It’s kind of exciting in a way. I’m not in the music business so I can drop a single every month. Who knows? The possibilities are endless — and without any pressure to sell anything. I could make whatever and do whatever with my music. Maybe the songs would just play in 40/40.

Is there anyone you still want to work with?

There are new artists sprouting up all the time. I just like creative people. I’m riding with that Feist album right now. Her voice is so distinctive and beautiful. And Amy [Winehouse], I’d love to work with her again. I hope she keeps herself together. Her voice is so incredible. I’m really drawn to voices. That’s my thing.

So in reference to him dropping one more album next year because he has one more album on his contract for Def Jam, doesn’t it seem as though we were all fooled into thinking that he could retire when he wanted to? Sounds like he is just living up to his contractual obligations by dropping all of these albums. So whether the movie American Gangster was ever made he was going to record and album but being inspired by American Gangster was a more viable reason.

For full interview click here 

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Prodigy explains again how the cops tried to get him to set up 50 Cent

Posted by Media Outrage on December 15, 2007


Prodigy told SOHH about dirty cops that tried to get him to set 50 Cent up in return for his freedom. (SMH we know this kind of illegal abuse of authority takes place all of the time)

On January 9th Prodigy will begin serving a three-and-a-half year jail sentence for weapons charges.

“The cops did something illegal man, it needs to be known. In my case, they just searched my car without asking because they felt like they had the power to do that I guess. And they did it. They found a little gun in my car and they locked us up, locked me and (Alchemist) up. 

And then, on top of that, while I’m in there they’re tellin’ me ‘We’ll rip up your arrest sheet, we’ll rip up the arrest report and let you and your friend walk right now and forget this ever happened if you help us set 50 Cent up

These n*ggas is foul man, they real foul. They’ll make up sh*t and make their case stick. Then it’s your word against the cop’s word. Who’s the grand jury gonna believe? Some rapper that raps about guns and violent stuff that they don’t understand … or are they gonna believe the friendly neighborhood officer?”

And people wonder why some people don’t like or trust cops.

But props to Prodigy for not folding and setting up Fiddy.


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