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[] We Knew Somebody Would Do It: Trayvon Martin Strip Party Shut Down The thought most certainly does not count when it comes to the “Justice” party a promoter in Greensboro, NC, tried to throw at a strip club in memory of Trayvon Martin. Luckily the owners of the Lingerie Lounge shut the event down before it could take place tonight, but unfortunately the stupidity of the idea still lingers. Featuring a photo of Trayvon, as a promotion, the flier offered “EVERYONE FREE B4 11 WITH AN EMPTY BAG OF SKITTLES.” As News One notes, there was no mention that proceeds from the event would go to Trayvon Martin’s family as they prepare for a legal battle over the case, but I’m not even sure that matters at this point. Even if the event were to raise money for them, I’d still be asking why no one thought this could be done a better way. And since that isn’t the case at all, I’m just wondering why promoters keep thinking these opportunistic and shameful party plugs are a good idea? (Read)

[] 50 Cent Announces The Lost Tape Gangsta Grillz With DJ Drama As the story goes, a 50 Cent/G-Unit Gangsta Grillz mixtape was originally planned back in 2008 but for some reason it never materialized. Nearly four years later, it does look like faithful 50 Cent fans are going to get their wish. 50 took to his Twitter account moments ago to announce that he will be releasing The Lost Tape hosted by DJ Drama. This would be the first Gangsta Grillz for the rapper who arguably revolutionized the mixtape game (Read)

[] Nicki Minaj’s 7 Best Freaky Faces: Real Weirdo or Acting Weird to Be Really Famous? Nicki Minaj covers Seventeen Magazine South Africa’s April 2012 issue telling readers she doesn’t mind being a weirdo. But is Nicki really a weirdo? Yea the multiple personalities, colorful hairstyles and outrageous outfits are clearly out of the box, but does that make her a true weirdo? Because in a day and age of pop stars competing with each other for press time, most of our favorite celebrities go to extreme lengths to be famous and stay famous. (Read)

[] Q Parker Explains the Disbanding and Future of 112 Q Parker of 112 discusses how his solo music draws from real-life romantic experiences. He also talked about why 112 decided to stop making music together, although he said that their plan was to come back together eventually. Finally, he talked about what he loves most in a woman. (Watch)


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