A quick perusal through the Hip-Hop Wired archives will depict the state of Florida as a breeding ground for some of the most despicable news bits in the country. Thank Patrick Williams of Daytona Beach for adding to fire when police say he allegedly tried to solicit a prostitute with his three-year-old son riding shotgun in his vehicle.
With his 2-year-old son in the car, police said Patrick Williams tried to pick up a prostitute for oral sex on busy Ridgewood Avenue, but the working woman police say he was soliciting was actually working undercover. Police Chief Mike Chitwood said the Ridgewood area is a hot spot for prostitutes, and taking his son along for the ride was a dangerous and stupid move.
Gucci Mane and Young Thug have a collaborative project on the way called Young Thugga Mane Laflare. Yes, that’s the title, and here’s the first song to release. Titled “Hot Boys,” this is the intro on the Atlanta duo‘s upcoming opus. First and foremost, Thugga was a member of Gucci’s 1017 Bricksquad clique long before he was running with Birdman and Cash Money. That long relationship created a synergy that can be heard as rappers trade verses over the hypnotic trap instrumental…
Remember the 1997 ghetto comedy “BAPs,” starring Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle-Reid? Well a set of real-life, self-proclaimed Black African Princesses will be headed to your television soon by way of a new nonfiction series on Lifetime. Aptly titled “BAPs,” the new show will follow Anisha Morell (photo above) and her group of affluent and privileged African American friends in St. Louis who, according to Lifetime “are always dressed to the nines with egos in tow, and aren’t afraid to share their opinions about the men in their lives and about each another.” If you can’t tell already, these ladies are all about competing to be the most successful and most beautiful — which is sure to bind and divide them, a.k.a cause plenty of made-for-TV drama.