Sources say Beyonce's troubled younger sibling Solange Knowles is enjoying every bit of the notoriety caused by the release of a viral video that shows her punching out her sister's aging husband, rap mogul Jay Z.
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Here is an Exclusive video of an interview featuring Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star Mimi Faust a few hours before her sex video was leaked online by Mona Scott-Young who directed and produced the tape. Mimi spoke to Hip Hop Enquirer's Dennis Byron and blasts Stevie J over her missing child support checks. Mimi and Mona have set black women back a hundred years.
After the break, Lil Meatball takes on the NCAA champions UConn Huskies men's basketball team. The Huskies defeated the hapless University of Kentucky 60-54 last night.
Normally the participants in restaurant brawls are hood rats with no proper home training. Rarely do you see restaurant employees engaging in a free-for-all with customers. But the employees who work for Chacho's restaurant in Houston had no concerns about company policy regarding fighting with customers.
A Tampa woman encountered a man with a serious case of road rage. The man began tailgating the woman for a few minutes before passing her and shooting the bird at her. But the road was slick from a recent rain, and the jerk lost control of his truck and careened off the roadway into a ditch. The woman filmed the entire scene on her cell phone and uploaded the video to the Internet. The video went viral, gaining over 6 million views on YouTube. But viewers accused her of instigating the tailgater by tapping her brakes and speeding up so he couldn't pass her. The woman denied the accusations.
YouTube viral videos go viral precisely because the action is so random and unexpected. In a segment called "Can They Do it Live," late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel proved that viral videos cannot be recreated on cue even when the conditions are recreated perfectly. Kimmel flew in 2-year-old Sophia and her mom after a video of Sophia singing Miley Cyrus' hit "Wrecking Ball" went viral on Youtube. What happened next was very predictable.
Watch the video after the break.
A Michigan woman is recovering at home after being hospitalized with a serious infection resulting from a cat fight that was caught on video.
The unidentified Melvin, Michigan woman told MyFox Detroit that she took in the stray cat after someone threatened to shoot it. She said she owns three other cats, and the stray cat was "sweet as pie" at first. But she said the cat eventually became aggressive and attempted to attack her mother's dog.
A woman kicked snow in a stray cat's face and the cat clapped back. She should have known the feral cat was crazy if her own dog was afraid of it. I hope you can see this video in your cubicle at work. This will be the best laugh you have all day!
Brutal urban assaults on innocent citizens by inner city thugs continues to make headlines all over the country.
The so-called "knockout game" involves young punks sneaking up on unsuspecting victims and sucker punching them with enough force to knock them out. A successful "knockout" earns the attacker instant street cred and racks up "likes" on social networking websites.
One such attack that was caught on video is unique in that the attacker, Sharkeisha, appears to know her victim.
UPDATE: Sharkeisha's beating victim, Sharmichael Manuel, 17, told KHOU-TV she was astounded when her former friend mauled her in such fashion.
The Houston teenager says the assailant and a group of girls set her up for the fight video, luring her to an apartment complex under false pretenses.
Manuel thought she was picking up some of her belongings. She was wrong.
“I was just in shock. I was like oh my God. Did she really do this? You’re supposed to be my close friend,” Manuel said. “We were talking in school earlier that day."
"She made it seem like there was nothing wrong with her.”
The fight broke out over a boy, Manuel reveals, and after Sharkeisha finished the staggering assault, a neighbor drove the battered teen home.
Manuel was left with black eye and busted lip. She hasn’t returned to school since the assault, in part because she has trouble seeing out of her eye.
“It is hurting and crushing to me,” Manuel said, noting that the physical pain is just the start. “I felt humiliated, embarrassed and hurt at the same time.”
Watch her talk about the ordeal below ...
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12-year-old Anthony is creating a buzz for himself by singing covers of hit songs in homemade videos. Little Anthony tackles Lorde's "Royals" in this video uploaded to Worldstarhihop.com. Somebody sign this kid so he can stop singing for his supper.
Watch the video after the break!
Someone sent video footage of stumbling drunk former TV judge Joe Brown to Worldstarhiphop.com. The 66-year-old judge was plastered after drinking a double Bombay Sapphire and tonic water. In the video, Judge Joe Brown poses for photos with a bevy of beautiful women. When asked if he was a playa, the judge pulled out his cell phone and showed the videographer a photo of his "50-year-old" wife, Deborah Herron. The couple have been married for 12 years.
Ft. Lauderdale police arrested a bouncer after a 15-second Instagram video showed him stomping a bar patron outside Dirty Blondes Sports Bar.
Dirty Blondes bouncer Arnald Thomas-Darrah, 30, (inset top) was arrested at his Oakland Park home on Sunday after the victim, Alex Coelho, 29, (inset bottom) filed a police report on Friday -- a week after the incident happened.
Police also obtained a warrant for another Dirty Blondes bouncer, Jovan Ralfhel Dean, 35. Another man, David Parker, 27, was allegedly punched by Dean.
Coelho was arrested after the fracas and charged with battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct. According to Officer Marc Decarlo, Coelho approached him and shoved him in the chest. Coelho's drinking buddy, Parker, was also arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
A shocking new video is striking fear into the hearts of parents everywhere. The video, which was first featured on Worldstarhiphop.com, shows 4 black teens freestyling about performing fellatio on men. Each boy takes turns rapping about his particular skill performing sodomy on men. At the culmination of the freestyle, the boys rap to Drake's "Started from the Bottom," chanting: “Started from the d**k now we here/Started sucking d**k now we’re sucking on your pubic hair!”
CAUTION: Language of a sexually graphic nature. This video may not be safe for work.
This is not what parents send their children to school to study. A disgraceful 'twerking' video got 33 students suspended from Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego after the viral video was brought to the school administration's attention.
Gawker.com reports that some 33 media students -- mostly girls -- were suspended for an array of school violations. The school's zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy prohibits "verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone from or in the educational setting."
The twerking video was filmed on the school's campus during school hours. 'Twerking' is slang for a dance that involves sexually suggestive gyrating movements of the hips, buttocks and pelvic areas.
The Detroit Lions NFL team signed a Norwegian kicker off the strength of his trick shot viral video that garnered over 3 million views on YouTube.com since September 2012. In the video, Havard Rugland, 28, shows his expertise kicking field goals at any distance and even through a basketball net. This proves that anyone can be a star if they have an expertly edited video on YouTube.
Watch Kickalicious's trick shot video after the break.
Tshepo Cameron Modisane and Thoba Calvin Sithol got married in a traditional African wedding ceremony that is being referred to as a "first" in Africa. The couple were surrounded by 200 family members and friends who wholeheartedly endorsed the wedding. The ceremony included the slaughtering of a cow (for good luck I guess); the exchanging of gifts, and the wearing of traditional ceremonial garb. The happy couple plan a "fairy tale white wedding" later this year. They hope to start a family soon, through the use of a surrogate, since gay men can't yet give birth. Source
Watch the video after the break.
Rutgers has fired embattled athletic director Tim Pernetti (left), who staunchly defended men's basketball coach Mike Rice after the coach was accused of assaulting his players. Rice was terminated as head coach of the Rutgers men's basketball team earlier this week, after ESPN's "Outside The Lines" aired a video showing him brutally punching and kicking his players.
The video footage was brought to the attention of university officials by former Rutgers director of player development Eric Murdock (right). Murdock's contract was not renewed shortly after he came forward with the controversial video.
Now Murdock himself is under investigation -- by the FBI.
Police in Newark, NJ have arrested three people they say are responsible for the horrific belt beating of a man that was caught on tape. Police announced the arrests on Tuesday (Feb. 12) after a viral video showed the suspects forcing the victim to strip naked, then beating him with a belt.
A 19-year-old man has been charged in connection with the beating. The cameraman and another person was also charged, WTVR.com reports.
You think your baby is tough? French-Canadian filmmaker Patrick Boivin's baby is tougher. In this adorable video created by Boivin, 2-year-old Romeo Elvis Bulte toddles out on the grass and proceeds to pull out a can of whip azz on a stuffed dragon who crosses his path.
Neither the baby nor the stuffed dragon were injured during the filming of this stunt. The video is so popular it has garnered over 13 million views on YouTube.
A writer for Ebony.com took Russell Simmons to task for his "half-hearted" blog post condemning little known rapper Lil Reese for assaulting a woman. The writer, Sil Lai Abrams, is a relationship expert and a victim of domestic abuse herself. Lil Reese's violent assault on high school graduate Tiairah Marie was captured on a cell phone video that went viral online.
Reese later apologized for his earlier defiant response to the public outrage -- but only after radio programmers and DJs threatened to boycott his music.
Russell Simmons, who was criticized for approving a post on Global Grind written by a black woman defending Reese's behavior, wrote a tweet indicating he had no editorial control over his own blog.
"I deplore the violence one editor said boycott him the other said team them I said nothing," Simmons tweeted on Oct. 29. He later deleted his tweet.
Last week a video surfaced online showing Chicago rapper Lil Reese and his GBE associates beating up a woman after barging their way inside her residence.
The year old video surfaced on World Star Hip Hop and instantly went viral, sparking outrage from social networking users who are normally immune to such violence against females.
Over the weekend, real men in Hip Hop stood up to denounce Reese's girlish behavior. Atlanta "goons" called out Lil Reese for fighting a woman. And HOT 97 PD called Lil Reese a "b*tch" for "knuckling up with a girl."
Watch the videos after the break.
The young lady who was jumped by rapper/gang banger Lil Reese in a videotaped beat down released a statement via her Facebook page yesterday. Confirming that the assault occurred last year, the woman, whose Facebook username is Self Made Prodigy, described being assaulted by Reese (pictured above) and his sister.
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