Screenshots of Kanye & Ray J texts leaked on his recent IG live

2022.09.11 04:51 happilyafterlaughter Screenshots of Kanye & Ray J texts leaked on his recent IG live

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2022.03.02 15:51 AriNoelG Does anyone recall this? Amber breaks down crying, says Kanye fans throw things at her own the street

Kanye instigating his fans to bully Kim and Pete and making threats made me think of it
"Wiz knows that I've never loved a man the way I love him. He knows that know matter what I would never go back to that and he also knows that I haven't talked in so long--so nobody really knows my side of the story. No-one knows what I've been through. The things that I've had to deal with when Kanye made his album. And he talked reckless about me on his album. And then I have people throwing things at me in the street because they're fans of Kanye's."
"I'm just crying because I don't deserve to bullied like that. And I keep my mouth shut because I don't want any trouble. But to be bullied through music and through stuff like that it's not fair to me. I don't deserve that."
12 years and 4 kids later . .
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2021.03.31 00:15 babadork Dr. Dre

Dr. Dre (Andre Romelle Young) is a rapper and record producer. He is the founder of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics. He was previously co-owner of Death Row Records. He was a member of N.W.A with Arabian Prince, DJ Yella, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and MC Ren. He has produced albums for Eminem, 50 Cent, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, the Game, and Kendrick Lamar. He has won six Grammy Awards and is one of the richest people in hip-hop.
While I tried to find online sources for every allegation, some details I was only able to find in Original Gangstas: Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and the Birth of West Coast Rap by Ben Westhoff. If I was unable to find the information online, I included page numbers for the Kindle edition. Since I own the book, I would be happy to type out a longer quote from it if someone wants to see more.
Lisa Johnson began dating Dre when they were both teenagers. They have three daughters together. Johnson filed a request for a restraining order in May 1985 alleging that Dre had attacked her several times, including while she was pregnant with their second and third daughters. In April 1985, Dre attacked her at her aunt’s home. Less than two weeks later, Dre returned with a gun and threatened to kill her. She did not file criminal charges. Dre was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Johnson and pay $200 a month in child support for each child.
Singer Michel’le began dating Dre in 1987. She told The Breakfast Club that he gave her five black eyes and a cracked rib. She has said that Dre once nearly shot her. While recording “Something in My Heart,” Dre berated her until she began crying (OG 101). Dre broke her nose, and she later had to get reconstructive surgery. She told her side of the story in Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge, & Michel’le, a Lifetime original movie. Dre’s lawyers threatened to sue, but it aired as scheduled on October 15, 2016.
Tairrie B was a rapper signed to Eazy-E’s Ruthless Records. She clashed with Dre, and she chose to not have him produce her album. She also refused to be managed by Jerry Heller, the label’s co-founder. Typically, the final song on a Ruthless album featured shout-outs and guest verses. It was suggested that Tairrie do a song called “I Ain’t Yo Bitch,” in which she would defend herself as her labelmates called her a bitch. Instead, Tairrie recorded “Ruthless Bitch,” which included a verse attacking Dre. She has said that she regrets using a gay slur in the lyrics (OG 113-118).
At a Grammys after-party hosted by Epic Records on February 21, 1990, Dre attacked Tairrie. Dre had been hitting on Tairrie’s manager when Tairrie intervened. After exchanging insults, Dre punched Tairrie twice. She called Eazy-E and Jerry Heller and threatened to press charges. Tairrie and Martinez allege that Heller threatened to drop her from the label and Eazy paid her to not file charges. In Hellers’ memoir, he alleges that Michel’le punched Tairrie at the party. He also claims that he did not threaten her (OG 113-118).
The final version of the song included additional lyrics:
You cartoon gangsta, I’m calling your bluff Hitting a woman? That makes you real tough
In January 1991, Dre attacked journalist Dee Barnes at a party at Po Na Na Souk nightclub. She alleges that he smashed her into a wall, threw her to the ground and kicked her, and continued attacking her when she ran into the women’s restroom. When asked on an April 2019 episode of The Wendy Williams Show if he also sexually assaulted her, she said she was “not comfortable talking about everything right now.”
Dre was angry because of a segment on Pump Up the Volume! She interviewed Ice Cube, who had recently left N.W.A. Cube insulted N.W.A. and rapper D.O.C. She had asked producers not to include the footage out of concerns that it could lead to violence between Ice Cube and the remaining members of N.W.A.
Doug Young, N.W.A.’s former promoter, was talking to Barnes when the assault began. When he attempted to intervene, Dre’s bodyguard allegedly hit him in the mouth with his gun, which knocked out two of his teeth.
In a piece she wrote for Gawker, Barnes says that she first met Dre while he was a member of World Class Wreckin’ Cru, which means that they originally met between 1983 and 1987. On several occasions, Barnes has described feeling like the members of N.W.A. were like her brothers.
In August 1991, Dre plead no contest. He was fined $2,500, placed on two years’ probation, ordered to perform 240 hours of community service, and required to produce an antiviolence public service announcement for television. He violated his probation in 1992 and received five months of house arrest. Barnes would receive a settlement from Dre, which she says was less than a million dollars.
In 1992, Dre told The Source that he was innocent and hinted at having had a romantic relationship with Barnes. Released in 1999, Guilty Conscience, an Eminem song featuring and produced by Dre, jokes about the assault.
In 2013, Cli-N-Tel, who was a member of World Class Wreckin’ Cru, told UGS Radio that “she wasn’t the first one. I know of a few others. I seen him get raw-dog with a couple females and we’d have conversations about that stuff and I told him, ‘That ain’t how I roll.'”
Two days before the release of Straight Outta Compton, Dre referenced his past violence against women to Rolling Stone
“I made some fucking horrible mistakes in my life,” says Dre. “I was young, fucking stupid. I would say all the allegations aren’t true – some of them are. Those are some of the things that I would like to take back. It was really fucked up. But I paid for those mistakes, and there’s no way in hell that I will ever make another mistake like that again.”
In response, Dee Barnes wrote a piece for Gawker; however, the fictional Barnes threw a drink at Dre before she was attacked.
In August 2015, Dre released a statement to The New York Times apologizing:
Twenty-five years ago, I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no real structure in my life. However, none of this is an excuse for what I did. I’ve been married for 19 years and every day I’m working to be a better man for my family, seeking guidance along the way. I’m doing everything I can so I never resemble that man again. I apologize to the women I’ve hurt. I deeply regret what I did and know that it has forever impacted all of our lives.
Michel’le criticized Dre for apologizing publicly and not naming the women. Dee Barnes wrote another piece for Gawker addressing the apology and explaining why she felt that speaking out was necessary.
He also apologized in the 2017 HBO docu-series The Defiant Ones.
Dre married Nicole Young in 1996. She filed for divorce in June 2020. On December 29, Young filed documents alleging verbal and physical abuse. She also stated that she suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome. Dre denies these claims and released a clip of a rap that addresses the allegations.
EDIT: Their divorce was finalized in July 2021.
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2019.02.03 07:31 malcolmwolters Good washed denim options?

Looking for input on lighter washed denim options out there, I've been looking for ages and haven't found much.
For context, I started out by reading the guide mfadenimwriter wrote a few years ago and found that 99% of pre-washed or pre-distressed denim out there looks pretty awful. Overly distressed, cheap looking wash, unnatural looking fades, too much stretch, etc.
After spending hours looking for a pair, I found that the only washes I liked were made by John Elliott or SLP (+ a few of Simon Miller's). Now the problem is, I need a slim tapered fit rather than a skinny fit. If you guys have tried or seen anything similar I'd appreciate the tip.
Examples of washes I think look good, 1, 2, 3. BTW, please let me know if you know what pair 3 is!
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2018.05.03 03:01 HowYouDoinz Does anyone know where Issa got this top?

Super cute
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2016.11.10 08:31 samwitches How are all the different voter demographics determined, like income, education, orientation...?

All of the different metrics found here, for example. I assumed something like income would just be an average for a precinct. But are gender and race, which are on your license, linked to the ID of the ballot you're given? And what about sexual orientation? How could they possibly extrapolate all this info from an anonymous ballot with any accuracy?
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2016.04.17 20:33 sly742 [Request] iPhone wallpapers of Kobe's last game and/or his Nike pictures (Mamba Out, The Conductor, etc.)

Does anyone have these wallpapers that fit nicely for iPhone. Any pictures will do, like the ones I mentioned above or him signing the court or him bathing in champagne. Similar to these:,,
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2016.03.29 01:43 Penelope2124 Mildy interesting gossip regarding Charisse and an unpaid 200k bill while she was president of the NBA Wive's Association

I saw a few people mention that Charisse is RHOBH level wealthy, so I googled her looking for her net worth. I came across an article with some gossip so I figured i'd share. I originally found it on Lipstickalley, so take it for what its worth.
Looks like the wives of current and former NBA players/coaches are under fire for scandal throughout their NBA Wives Association. Here's a snippet from a press release I was just sent about their situations: Seems the NBA Wives Association, Behind The Bench, left a large, long over due bill with the MGM Grand and other vendors after their "Touching A Life Gala 2007" during the NBA All Star Weekend in Las Vegas. Behind The Bench hosted the annual gala for a list of high profiles guests including, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Queen Latifah, Vivica Fox, and Robin Thicke. The organization's NBA wives, including President, Charisse Jackson-Jordan, wife of Washington Wizard's Head Coach Eddie Jordan, Gina Coleman (wife of former NBA All Star Derrick Coleman), Anita Demps (wife of former NY Knick and current San Antonio Spurs Executive, Dell Demps), Dee Brown (wife of World Champion Boston Celtic, PJ Brown), Juliannah Richmond (wife of former NBA star and current Miami Heat organization executive Mitch Richmond), and Deb Williams (wife of former Knick Herb Williams) and other members of the organization ate, drank and toasted the night away, leaving a bill in excess of $200,000 that has yet to be paid.
The event planning company hired by BTB to produce the event covered $70,000 in invoices and deposits on behalf of the annual fundraiser that BTB was contractually obligated to repay from the event's ticket sales and donations to the organization. However, it appears BTB is under the impression that the event planning company should be responsible for paying for their private party, as no repayment has been made. A suit was filed against Behind The Bench in February 2008 in the Supreme Court of New York to collect the outstanding debt. Insiders have said that this is just one of many issues facing the organization, including ugly in-fighting, botched elections and on-going lies and deception by Ms. Jackson-Jordan, who made attempts to conceal the lawsuit from members. A letter sent to all members in March of this year by long time member Marita Monroe (wife of NBA Legend Earl "The Pearl" Monroe) demanded for Mrs. Jackson-Jordan's immediate resignation.
Either somebody's smuggling some cash, or somebody's mad at another wife over the usual jealousy sparking issues. Either way, these dudes need to come get their wives
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2015.04.22 01:59 richie143 Got a fire pick up, but nothing to wear it with. Help me out fam

I recently picked up a personal grail mine, Louis Vuitton Patchwork Dons, but I have no clue what to wear them with. I was thinking black jeans with a simple white tee like kanye . Any feedback or suggestions are welcome.
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2015.02.18 01:13 raw-sienna [gossip]

hey lets talk some shit. post your preferred tea thats none of your business below.
so khloe tried to come for amber rose and she wasn't having it
my summary, rapper tyga is currently allegeded (probably*) dating youngest kardashian 17 year old kylie, amber was asked about it in an interview and said shes not here for it, that she's a child and needs to be in bed before 7 but kept her shade mostly directed at the adult in the situation 25 year old tyga. khloe feels the need to defend and call out the fact that amber was a stripper at 15. amber says she'll be the whore to support her family just like her sister is to hers and basically you don't want none of this. :sigh: I know too much about this. amber rose is funny as hell though.
anybody else? make me feel not alone
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2014.05.16 07:48 g0bananas [trigger warning] Lydia Nam, Mother of The-Dream's kids, assaulted - in turn accused of "conning"

She's the ex-girlfriend of Brian Shin, I just stumbled upon an article on him in /asianamerican and made the connection between him and Lydia Nam.
I recently saw this story covered and was disgusted by the news. It is from tabloids, so they may overdo it. But regardless...
trigger warning -
His response, after he was let out of jail and her release of her pictures is this
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2014.02.19 22:52 Imwe Jury in Jordan Davis murder trial couldn't agree on any murder charge

After Micheal Dunn was convicted of three counts of attempted murder, there were a lot of people who said that the prosecutor overcharged with 1st degree murder. One of the jurors came out today (start at 3:38 for what is important here) with more details about the case so we can consider the facts. Micheal Dunn was convicted for attempted second degree murder because he shot at the car while the teens were fleeing. The jury had the possibility to consider, and convict, on lesser charges regarding the death of Jordan Davis. This didn't happen because some jurors (two before deliberations, three after) believed that the killing of Jordan Davis was in self-defense. It doesn't matter what Micheal Dunn would've been charged with because once you accept the self-defense claim, you can't convict him of anything.
The implications of this are clear. If he hadn't shot at the teens while they were fleeing, Micheal Dunn would be a free man today. Him feeling threatened was more important than actually being threatened. Race is unquestionably an important factor in this case. Lost in the fact that he was convicted of attempted murder is that he killed an unarmed black teen, and got away with it. Jordan Davis didn't get any justice in this trial, and he won't get justice as long as the feelings of white people are more important than the lives of black people.
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