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Celebrities have joined in the protest against the police shooting of an unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Miss.
Chris Brown and Quincy teamed up again last weekend for a celebrity charity kickball game at the Jack Kemp Stadium at Occidental College in L.A.
Chris Brown teamed defeated Quincy’s team 42-21. Celebrities including Wale, Bow Wow, Tyga, Omarion and Trey Songz made up Team Breezy.
At the end of the game Nelly jumped on the microphone to ask everyone to put their hands up and shout “Don’t Shoot” in protest of the shooting of the unarmed teen.
“If anybody can sympathize with what my city is going through, it’s this city of L.A. right now on so many levels,” Nelly said.
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2 Chainz has so much respect for one of the greatest music videos of all time, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” that he recreated it for his music video “Freebase.”
2 Chainz says the Dos Cadenis-directed is his best music video to date.
Sean Kingston fans are wondering if the reggae pop singer is going broke because another one of his pricey cars just got repossessed.
According to TMZ, some repo guys swoop in on Sean Kingston’s white Lamborghini over the weekend while it was parked at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine and took it away on a flatbed.
Sources say Kingston leased the tricked out Lamborghini and hadn’t made any payments for the last six months.
This is the third vehicle repossessed for Sean Kingston in the last couple months. His Bentley was repossessed on March 26, 2014, and a week before that his Mercedes Benz G-Class SUV was also repossessed while being driven by his mother.
Jamaica’s disc jockey sensation ZJ Liquid, born Michael Brissett, ignited America’s urban entertainment program BET 106 and Park on Tuesday.
The ZJ was invited to be a guest DJ on 106 and Park and was quite elated to represent his country and to display his talent to the world. He played a mixture of dancehall, reggae, hip hop, soca and house music, which had the audience and hosts Bow Wow and Reality TV show celebrity Erica Mena, in a frenzy .
"It was a good look, great vibe and most of all a proud feeling to represent Jamaica and as a little youth from MoBay who knew that one day the hard work would pay off. We have more barriers to break; just a gwaan remain focused and do mi ting. Big up to all of the fans, Zip team, friends and family for the support. Bless up FootaHype, Seanizzle, Kaylia Williams, Richie Poo and my cousins who came to the show and supported me, and I have to give big thanks to Terrence Clayton and DJ Charlie B for the support at BET," said Liquid.
The renowned disc jockey also premiered his latest project, the Good Book rhythm, at the show. The rhythm features a host of talented artistes.
"The rhythm is basically slow and at the same time aggressive which gives off a real authentic dancehall sound which is drum and base driven. Didn’t use a lot of phrase because I wanted the artistes to be creative and not have similar melody," said Liquid.
Liquid went on a European tour in May. While in Europe, he shot a video for his song Put Yuh Body On Me, produced by DJ Dynamite from Hamburg, Germany. “The video will be out soon. Look out for Liquid all over for the summer and listen out for new songs for the summer as well,” he added.
'It was a good look, great vibe and most of all a proud feeling to represent Jamaica and as a little youth from MoBay who knew that one day the hard work would pay off.'