Making it clear that it was “all love,” comedian Mike Epps’ hilarious parody of Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey is sure to cause all laughs.
There has been a lot of chatter up and down the interwebs about whether or not Ramsey has been getting the respect that he deserves for his heroic rescue of Amanda Berry, 27, which led to the rescues of Gina Dejesus, 23, Michelle Knight, 32, and Berry’s 6-year-old daughter.
Epps, of course, had to put his spin on it, but made it clear that he had nothing but respect for Ramsey:
Salute to Charles Ramsey a true HERO. All respect but I am Mike Epps and you know I had to get ya! All love.
The result is pure comedic gold!
Zoe Saldana Reveals She’s Bisexual, Saying “I May End Up With a Women Raising My Kids” — Video Inside
Zoe Saldana is usually a low-maintenance celebrity. Besides dating Bradley Cooper off-and-on, we don’t have to fuss over her. Until now that is, when she pretty much admitted that she’s bisexual.
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Siblings: Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, La Toya Jackson, More
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The first ever Killaz Battle event was a huge success and left everyone in attendance more than satisfied with the battles and performances that took place. Aside from the epic lyrical clashes that went down on the main stage, there were performances from Loaded Lux and Styles P.
1. Check yourself before you project yourself. When you start feeling upset or resentful, stop to ask yourself what’s going on inside of yourself before taking it out on the other person. Seriously, 99% of the time your issue isn’t even with your partner; you’re just projecting something onto them. A little self-reflection goes a long way.
2. Schedule some alone time. Make sure both of you are getting a little time alone to relax and recharge: even 15 minutes can make a huge difference. Also, if you tend be really social as a couple, make sure to schedule alone time together (sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s not!) as well, where you can just focus on each other without extra people around.
The program is interdisciplinary, encompassing four principal areas: arts and entrepreneurship; technology, design and marketability; concept and business platforms; and creating a prototype. Since there is no singular focus for the curriculum, faculty will convene from several schools within USC including the USC Marshall School of Business, the Thornton School of Music and the Viterbi School of Engineering.
During a game between the L.A. Temptation and the Seattle Mist Tuesday, the “Mist have the ball on a first-quarter drive. On second, Riki Creger-Zier pulls in hitch pass and takes it five yards for a first down before being pulled down by LA’s Ogom Chijindu,” according to Fox Sports.
After the tackle, Chijindu dropped down and started twerking on Creger-Zier’s head. The showboating play was a highlight in itself.
Kelly Rowland opens up to the public in a way she never has before on her new record “Dirty Laundry.” In the revealing song produced by The-Dream, the singer bares her soul as she airs dirty laundry about her past, from her insecurity when compared to her successful, pop star sister (assumed to be Beyonce) to an abusive relationship.
Here is a sampling of the lyrics:
“When my sister was onstage killing it like a m———–, I was in rage, feeling it like a m———–. Bird in a cage, you would never know what I was dealing with. Went our separate ways, but I was happy she was killing it. Bittersweet. She was up, I was down. No lie I feel good for her, but what do I do now? Forget the records, off the record, I was going through some b——-. Post Survivor, she on fire, who wants to hear my b——-? Meanwhile, this n—- putting his hands on me. Swear ya’ll don’t know the half of this industry.”
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Famed radio personality Star shares his thoughts on Soulja Boy and Chief Keef’s online drama, and likens Chief Keef to being a “savage” in the hip hop world. Star also explains what he thinks needs to ultimately happen in the situation
Former Atlanta Falcons running back Warrick Dunn gave Kimberly Kindel (pictured) and her three children their first home as part of his charity’s “Home for the Holidays” program on Tuesday, Fox 5 News Atlanta via All News 106.7 reports. In addition to the home being fully furnished, Dunn gave Kindel $5,000 to help with the down payment.
The ex-NFL player gave Kindel the home through his charity, Warrick Dunn Charities. He has been helping single parents get into their first home since 1997. Atlanta Habitat for Humanity and Aaron’s, Inc. partnered with Dunn to get Kindel and her children into the house.
“Losing my mom at that early age, I knew what her dream was, and to be able to share this moment with another single parent who’s providing, and putting her family in a position to be successful long-term for me is — I can’t truly describe the emotions,” Dunn said.
A Cleveland tattoo artist was so impressed with Charles Ramsey‘s heroic act of saving three kidnapped women that he offered to tattoo the man’s face on a willing person. Best of all, he offered to do so for free.
An Illinois special-needs teaching assistant accused of molesting a teenage student in school while knowingly infected with HIV remained jailed Tuesday as police investigated another claim of similar misconduct by the man involving a different student.
Prosecutors in St. Clair County east of St. Louis charged Mario L. Hunt, 35, on Monday with felony counts of criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual abuse and “transmitting” HIV through intimate contact during the first half of 2011, when the student was 17. The transmission charge means a defendant merely exposed a victim to the virus that causes AIDS, not necessarily causing actual infection.
@KeyshiaCole ’s Mama Frankie Says She Dissed BeyBey Out Of Boredom “Shout Out To Michelle, Beyonce And Deez Nuts!”
If you give a teenager a prepaid card, maybe one like the one promoted by singer Jusin Beiber, you could end up with paying for a stack of hidden fees.
Do you think for one moment that the teenager is going to carefully calculate what the monthly costs or fees are in obtaining what he or she wants?
Some parents are mistaken in their way of thinking about credit cards. Many believe that it’s better to give any prepaid card to their teen student rather than having to pay for overdraft fees on a regular checking account. In some cases this may work, but in others, you could be putting yourself into an even bigger bind.
African-Americans have a more critical need for a cell phone than their white counterparts. According to research conducted by the Pew Internet & American Life Projects, 88 percent of U.S. adults own a cell phone. As of February 2012, approximately 90 percent of African-Americans owned a cell phone and 51 percent use their cell phone for online browsing.
Outdated U.S. credit card technology may be to blame for a worldwide gang of thieves being able to steal $45 million in just a few hours from ATM machines, according to federal prosecutors.
According to Loretta Lynch, New York Attorney, the theft was a “massive 21st century bank heist.” She went on to say that thousands of ATMs had been used in the thefts from around the globe.
Apparently seven people in the United States have been arrested with regards to the thefts and prosecutors say that the organized gangs stole more than $2.8 million using fake magnetic swipe cards in one day alone.