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Legendary rapper Bun B called out Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott for reopening the entire state and lifting mask mandates.

Gov. Abbott sparked outrage on Tuesday when he announced he was ending Covid-19 restrictions and lifting the mask mandate.

Abbott said all businesses in the state will reopen fully by March 10.

Many praised the governor for his courage and bravery, but Bun B and others expressed outrage and fear that the Covid-19 death rate would escalate despite the availability of Covid-19 mRNA vaccines.

Bun B wrote on Instagram: "This is bat sh*t crazy @govabbott and you know it. As if you didn't already have enough blood on your hands. SMFH."

The rapper referred to Gov. Abbott's response to the recent winter storms that knocked out power to millions of residents and resulted in dozens of deaths.

Bun B took a disrespectful tone, stating Gov. Abbott is "not even Worried bout the people..... He Gotta Get Up Out Of Office... @governorabbott."

Meanwhile, Joe Biden criticized Abbott and other governors who chose to reopen their states and lift mask mandates. Biden called the decision "Neanderthal thinking."

Gov. Abbott struck back on Twitter by accusing the president of "recklessly releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants who have COVID into Texas communities."

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Chris Brown exploded in a post on Instagram after social media users compared him to singer Tory Lanez who allegedly shot rapper Megan Thee Stallion in the foot.

Chris, whose anger management issues are well-documented, took to Instagram to tell everyone to back off and leave his name out of the Tory-Megan drama.

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"Leave my f---ing name out of someone elses situation... Yall not finna involve me in this f--- a-- sh-t! Pu--y B---H, Yall make me sick wit this lame sh-t... Suck my d--- of sit on it..." [sic]

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Megan, 25, was reportedly injured after leaving a pool party thrown by socialite Kylie Jenner in the Hollywood Hills on July 12.

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Police arrested Lanez on July 12 and charged him with a felony count of carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle.

Police initially said Megan's foot injury was caused by broken glass. But Megan later revealed she was shot by the Canadian musician.

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Other celebrities expressed their support for the up-and-coming rapper, including fellow Houston rap legend Bun B.

"I'm from Houston," Bun B said in a video on social media. "And if somebody would've done something to Megan in this city, we would've rolled... If the man got mental health issues, get him some therapy. But he's not just gon' sit here and shoot this girl, and we not say nothin."
 

 

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Lamar Odom's internal organs are shutting down one by one. The former NBA star suffered acute renal failure, which means his kidneys are unable to remove waste and toxins from his blood.

The 35-year-old former NBA star was found unresponsive by 2 prostitutes at the Love Ranch brothel in Las Vegas on Tuesday. A 911 caller described Odom as "not breathing." A 2nd caller to 911 described pink, frothy foam escaping from Odom's nose and mouth. A sign that he may have inhaled fluid from his stomach into his lungs after vomiting.
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Odom is on life support and listed in critical condition at a Las vegas hospital.

The NY Daily News quoted a source who said, "They were worried about his kidneys. They were failing today, but they gave him dialysis. His doctors think he could be OK. He is still critical, in ICU. So, anything can happen."

A dialysis machine does the work of the kidneys by filtering the blood and removing waste and toxins. Being on dialysis is not a sign of improvement. It is simply a process to take over a bodily function. Just like a ventilator takes over breathing for people who are unable to breathe on their own.

According to gossip tabloid TMZ, doctors give Odom a 50/50 chance of survival.

Meanwhile, Odom's friends and associates are outraged at the media for putting the focus on Odom's brief life with the KarTRASHians rather that on Odom's NBA achievements.

Texas rapper Bun B tweeted his disgust at HLN's Nancy Grace for referring to Odom as "A Kardashian reality star."

Bun B tweeted: "Word... F--k his NBA career right Nancy Grace? He has a goddamn nam. Lamar Odom. Vultures.”

He added: "2 time NBA champion reduced to a reality show star. Nothing wrong with reality show people but he has RINGS."

ESPN sportscaster Scott Van Pelt also took issue with the media's obsession with the trashy reality stars.

“Kardashian reality star? No. No, no, no,” Van Pelt said. “Lamar Odom, unlike those for whom fame is oxygen, who’s fame comes in the absence of accomplishment, his fame was earned. As Sixth Man Of The Year, as a multiple NBA champion. As the result of his significant role of the Los Angeles Lakers teams and being a beloved NBA teammate and peer. I understand not everyone watches sports, but Kardashian reality star? His name is Lamar Odom. And we knew him long before he got married on a reality show we don’t watch."

Atlantic Records Presents #BoosieSpeaks (153 of 182)

Rapper Lil Boosie appeared in his first press conference titled "BOOSIESPEAKS", presented by Atlantic Records this week. Boosie was release from prison on Wednesday after serving a 5-year prison sentence on drug charges. Lil Boosie's legal team opened the floor to explain the conditions under which Boosie was released and his upcoming trial. Before the press conference, moderator Angela Yee of the syndicated Breakfast Club morning show briefly interviewed Lil Boosie before opening the floor for questions from various media outlets in attendance.

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Dorrough, an obscure Dallas, Texas rapper (code word for dope boy) managed to get B and C-list rappers to jump on the Remix of his subpar "Get Big" single.

The remix features drops by Diddy, DJ Drama, Yo Gotti, Bun B, Diamond, Shawty Lo & Maino.

You're probably wondering how does an unsigned artist manage to get so many recognized names to jump on his remix? Well, considering that all of their careers have seen better days, what else do they have to do with their time?