The Daily Currant” ran a fake interview with Kanye Westsaying he thinks he is “the next Nelson Mandela.” The fake and definitely not real interview (the Currant describes itself as “The Global Satirical Newspaper of Record”) included such quotes as “Mandela was working in South Africa, which has, like what, six people? I started my magic here in the USA and then I took my business global” and “I liberate minds with my music. That’s more important than liberating a few people from apartheid or whatever.”
Yeah, it was pretty disrespectful. And a lot of people thought it was real. And those same people got really angry … and wanted to put Kanye in prison “to make sure” he’s the next Mandela.
SoundCloud: R. Kelly feat. Jeezy – Spend That
R. Kelly links up with Young Jeezy for his new joint called Spend That produced by DJ Mustard, this is latest release from R. Kelly forthcoming album Black Panties when it hits stores December 10th.
G-Unit artist Precious Paris links up with fellow New Yorker Maino for her latest offering called Get Used To It.
Keri Hilson and Brian Cox brought out Usher, Nelly, Erica Mena, Chubbie Baby, Jagged Edge and friends who helped them celebrate their birthday at Krave lounge.
50 Cent called up Shade 45 to chop it up with DJ Whoo Kid were 50 Cent talks about Nelson Mandela, Paul Walker, boxing, his Formula 50 book, his new project Animal Ambition, Kanye West, skateboarding, the Teen Spirit (Remix), and the Eminem’s new album.