Which One Would You Hit???

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Hip-Hop Beef, News, Would You Hit It

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Benzino has something to say about XXL magazine’s editor Elliott Wilson’s ceased checks:

“Karma is a muthaf*cka!!!…The little bi*ch should have been let go years ago if you ask me… When I heard about this I thought it was beautiful…He (Elliot Wilson) doesn’t represent Hip Hop or the culture anyway. XXL and all the editors over there are just a copy cat of The Source and now them, Source and Vibe are feeling the f*cking pinch….Now Yellow Ni**a can go get a job sucking f*cking Jimmy Iovine since that’s what he was doing anyway…G Unit is over and so is Elliot. If I see him in the streets I’ma put a foot in his a*s..I’ma do that for Hip Hop…”



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  • Sista LawdHaveMercy (Free MJB)

    ewww neither one of these munchichi looking mofos


    I would hit both of those ugmos with a Steel Bat!!!!

  • reality

    where is da luv gone? ladies look to b bamboozeled with a host of tomfoolery, absolutly theres a depression n the United States. Lol, i c nice fuzzy braids

  • Sistah Rebel78(1st amendment..free MJB)

    …I dunna know they both look kinda high yella to me.. kinda like the pot calling the kettle black (or yella in this case) LMAO

  • http://www.myspace.com/birdshu Bird

    Too much yellow going on for me. You might as well have thrown a fine white man in the mix. I’d have chosen him over these two old ass hip hop clowns.

  • Ibn

    Oh wow what was they beefing for. I hope it wasnt because he didnt buy benzinos’ cd because NOBODY did

  • kai

    Anyway @ NEWGUY taking things too seriously….@ PRTTYBRWNGIRL, Im with you, i love brown skin men :D..so sue me…..

    @BIRD, I know right..these light men are making me run a yellow fever lol…

  • Sista LawdHaveMercy (Free MJB)

    n*c*l* b*t*h*e d*t c*m

  • Ibn

    DAMN the yellow jokes thats enough IM SICK OF IT

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  • http://OurInquisit Bonami

    @ Bones Jordan

    I knew you were a dumb-ass…Benzino?!!!! What a dwick, he ran the Source into the ground, threatened people, and got his foolish ass fired. And the music…WHAT!!! Hell to the are you frucking kidding (as Scooby would say) naw…… I would jump off a cliff and stab myself in the eye before giving any to either of them…sorry to hear your sick, your post are funny and insightful though…get better. Damn. lol

  • Keisha

    @Bones Jordan If U happen to come back to this post:

    #1 Wash Your Hands

    Most cold and flu viruses are spread by direct contact. Someone who has the flu sneezes onto their hand, and then touches the telephone, the keyboard, a kitchen glass. The germs can live for hours — in some cases weeks — only to be picked up by the next person who touches the same object. So wash your hands often. If no sink is available, rub your hands together very hard for a minute or so. That also helps break up most of the cold germs. Or rub an alcohol-based hand sanitizer onto your hands.

    #2 Don’t Cover Your Sneezes and Coughs With Your Hands

    Because germs and viruses cling to your bare hands, muffling coughs and sneezes with your hands results in passing along your germs to others. When you feel a sneeze or cough coming, use a tissue, then throw it away immediately. If you don’t have a tissue, turn your head away from people near you and cough into the air.

    #3 Don’t Touch Your Face

    Cold and flu viruses enter your body through the eyes, nose, or mouth. Touching their faces is the major way children catch colds, and a key way they pass colds on to their parents.

    #4 Drink Plenty of Fluids

    Water flushes your system, washing out the poisons as it rehydrates you. A typical, healthy adult needs eight 8-ounce glasses of fluids each day. How can you tell if you’re getting enough liquid? If the color of your urine runs close to clear, you’re getting enough. If it’s deep yellow, you need more fluids.

    #5 Take a Sauna

    Researchers aren’t clear about the exact role saunas play in prevention, but one 1989 German study found that people who steamed twice a week got half as many colds as those who didn’t. One theory: When you take a sauna you inhale air hotter than 80 degrees, a temperature too hot for cold and flu viruses to survive.

    #6 Get Fresh Air

    A regular dose of fresh air is important, especially in cold weather when central heating dries you out and makes your body more vulnerable to cold and flu viruses. Also, during cold weather more people stay indoors, which means more germs are circulating in crowded, dry rooms.

    #7 Do Aerobic Exercise Regularly

    Aerobic exercise speeds up the heart to pump larger quantities of blood; makes you breathe faster to help transfer oxygen from your lungs to your blood; and makes you sweat once your body heats up. These exercises help increase the body’s natural virus-killing cells.

    #8 Eat Foods Containing Phytochemicals

    “Phyto” means plants, and the natural chemicals in plants give the vitamins in food a supercharged boost. So put away the vitamin pill, and eat dark green, red, and yellow vegetables and fruits.

    #9 Eat Yogurt

    Some studies have shown that eating a daily cup of low-fat yogurt can reduce your susceptibility to colds by 25 percent. Researchers think the beneficial bacteria in yogurt may stimulate production of immune system substances that fight disease.

    #10 Don’t Smoke

    Statistics show that heavy smokers get more severe colds and more frequent ones.

    Even being around smoke profoundly zaps the immune system. Smoke dries out your nasal passages and paralyzes cilia. These are the delicate hairs that line the mucous membranes in your nose and lungs, and with their wavy movements, sweep cold and flu viruses out of the nasal passages. Experts contend that one cigarette can paralyze cilia for as long as 30 to 40 minutes.

    #11 Cut Alcohol Consumption

    Heavy alcohol use suppresses the immune system in a variety of ways. Heavier drinkers are more prone to initial infections as well as secondary complications. Alcohol also dehydrates the body — it actually takes more fluids from your system than it puts in.

    #12 Relax

    If you can teach yourself to relax, you can activate your immune system on demand. There’s evidence that when you put your relaxation skills into action, your interleukins — leaders in the immune system response against cold and flu viruses — increase in the bloodstream. Train yourself to picture an image you find pleasant or calming. Do this 30 minutes a day for several months. Keep in mind, relaxation is a learnable skill, but it is not doing nothing. People who try to relax, but are in fact bored, show no changes in blood chemicals.

    Hope U feel better…

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