What up Bloggers. I am B/E.Z. newest member of the 7Money Blog and 7Money artist. I will be bringing the music and entertainment side of things as well as music from myself and any and all feedback is welcomed. I’ve posted a few things already and will continue to do so. So whether you like it or not, agree or disagree, holla back. Peace.
With all the different types of musical artists, I wanted to ask everyone, when it comes to hip hop, would you rather listen to someone who just spits bars with some nice metaphors or would you rather listen to someone who actually has a story to tell? Not necessarily a conscious rapper, but someone who obviously has a statement to make. Or you could like a mix of both but I know some people would rather listen to one version over the other.
There has been a lot of buzz about Mobb Deep’s Prodigy and his book titled, My Infamous Life. Some of the subjects he touched on were considered by a few as dry snitching. Prodigy defends himself by stating the stories contained in his book have not resulted in any indictments or charges of any kind and those that have something to say about it haven’t necessarily denied anything. Except for C.N.N’s Capone, who denies actually snitching, but did admit to lying on the stand. So I ask your opinion, is Prodigy Dry Snitching? And even if he did lie on the stand, should Capone be scrutinized for even taking the stand?
*SIGH* Yet another step in the lengthy chain of ratifications that will soon turn our constitution into just another ancient artifact. Last week, Indianapolis ruled that you cannot prevent a police officer from entering your property whether, lawful, or unlawful. Read more here.
This ruling basically asserts that police can do whatever the hell they want and that we the citizens can only fight back through a court of law. So, let me get this straight, they have a free pass for completely unlawful activities, but WE can only seek “justice” through a court of law?? Hmmm…Police state much? ~M*O*
This is almost too crazy to comprehend, Earthlings…almost. FEMA has once again managed to overstep their boundaries in terms of the invasion on basic human rights. Riding on the coattails of the Osama debacle, the government is now attempting to mandate that ALL cell phones have special chips in them by 2012 which are supposedly to be used to send out special messages from the government on terrorist alerts and such. Story here.
The most interesting part about all of this is that:
- News travels rather quickly via the internet and television anyhow so, with something like a terrorist alert, there would be no need for this anyhow.
- As we have seen with the situation with Mubarak, the government is already capable of mass messaging everyone anyhow.
- The messages supersede all other phone activity meaning, your calls will be interrupted any time they are so inclined to send out a message.
- You can NOT opt out of this messaging service.
No matter what you believe, this is clearly suspicious behavior from big brother to say the very least. As for me, I’m gonna go watch “1984”, kick up my heels, and rejoice in the fact that there will soon be one less bill I have to pay.
That’s right Earthlings, a video has surfaced in which 4 Pakistanis assert to Chris Cuomo of Good Morning America that Osama Bin Laden is a CIA creation who was created with the sole purpose of making Pakistan look bad. They go on to say that most of Pakistan believes this as well. The video speaks for itself but….