Interesting…Is it everymans dream to have more than one woman?
Don’t judge my interesting choice of topics lately….whatchu think LIFERs..could you do it?
The ideal relationship—it’s so elusive. It’s a topic about as subjective as they get, one which garners a different opinion from pretty much everyone you ask. We all have our dos and don’ts; the shit we’re willing to stand for and what constitutes the final straw. In most classic monogamous relationship scenarios, the end-all is infidelity, or jealousy, or boredom. But imagine a relationship where all those typical concerns were simply non-existent; a relationship where emotional and physical needs were met without the fear of flat-lining redundancy, a relationship based off so much trust and communication, you almost can’t go wrong? A relationship in which your man is so attentive to your needs, he keeps track of your cycle just to tread lightly when you’re PMSing, with the foresight to buy you flowers or run you a bubble bath. Sounds dreamy, right? Only problem is you have to share said man with other women—Sister Wives, to be exact.
Paulie, AKA Paulie Hussle, is the Patriarch of Paulie’s Wives, an extremely modern and refreshing polyamorous family living under one (big) roof in New Jersey. (Technically speaking, since they’re not legally and technically married, their arrangement would be considered polyamory and not full on polygamy, but they’re the Paulie’s Wives regardless, so fuck it!) The Sisters include Lady, who’s expecting, Vanessa AKA Colombian V, the first of the three in Paulie’s life and mother to his two children, and soft-spoken Hazel, all insanely beautiful. (*And since this interview took place, a fourth lovely lady joined the Wives, Sugar, AKA #TheWifeWithTheFro). When Leah first mentioned the idea of interviewing Paulie and his wives, I was beyond excited and intrigued. As open minded as I’d say I am about sex and relationships, I’ve always been plagued with jealousy, and the thought of my boyfriend even looking at another female is enough to send me reeling. Admittedly, driving over to the interview one rainy night with Leah and her intern Gabby in tow—shoutout Adrian for introducing us to the fam!—I definitely had my reservations. I was interested in their story, but I for sure thought they’d be a little crazy. My only exposure to poly relationships have been the few shows about it on TV, like Big Love, which was about Mormons, Sister Wives on TLC which induces sleep, and then a few HBO specials.
Even so, that’s just television. Getting the actual opportunity to sit down with this crew—who were an absolutely amazing, incredibly connected family—was extremely enlightening. Not to say I left trying to find my own Sister Wives, but their perspectives and level-headedness were definitely inspiring in a lot of ways. After meeting them, a part of me felt like maybe this is how the world is actually supposed to be: poly. In fact, I’d imagine that long ago, that’s how most relationships went. There’s something primal about it. I mean, if relationships are so hard to stay in sometimes, if people cheat left and right, then might that not be a giant sign that monogamy isn’t natural?
I know it’s a lot to wrap your head around, especially if you’re in the Jealous Bitches Club like me. One of my favorite bits from the interview was Lady relating the idea of multiple women getting down with the same guy to Betty and Veronica; a cute, innocent tag-team that bonded them to the man they loved. I guess you’ll just have to read the (rather long) interview and decide for yourself…
How old are you?
And ladies I know it’s kind of impolite to ask, but how old are you three?
Lady: 23. 23 or 24? I forget!
P: You’re 24—she’s gonna be 25 in a couple weeks.
Colombian V: Please, I’m 30.
Hazel: I’m 27.
OK, so to quickly give our readers some background, please individually introduce yourselves. Name, where you’re from, and what you do for a living.
P: I’m Paulie—they call me Paulie Hussle. I’m from everywhere basically, but born in Queens and grew up in the streets of New York. I’m a freelancer; I do many things. [Laughs] I’m an entrepreneur.
L: My name is Lady; I’m also kind of from all over and moved a lot, born in Puerto Rico. By day I work as a secretary in the real estate industry, and in my free time I dabble in broadcasting and communications, hobbies like that.
CV: My name is Vanessa; I was born in Queens like Paul. On Instagram I’m known as Colombian V. I’m not even sure who picked that name for me.
P: It was me, naturally! But it sounds so dope.
CV: So yeah, I’m Colombian. And I’m an accounts payable manager at a Bay Ridge automotive company. Hobbies wise, I write poetry.
H: My name is Hazel; I was born in Queens also but I’m from Jersey. I’m half Trinidadian and half Dominican. I’m a supervisor at a large retail store, and my hobbies are engineering. And I like to DJ on the side.
So in a nutshell, how do you guys explain your relationship to most outsiders?
P: These are the Paulie Wives. [Laughs]
L: We’re Sister Wives.
Let me take a step back. How did you guys meet?
P: As in meeting, I met Vanessa first. As in starting the relationship, it was with Hazel. That’s weird I know. Me and her [Vanessa] already had a relationship and had kids with each other.
And then Hazel came into the picture?
P: Kinda, but not really. Me and Hazel worked with each other, and everything just fell into place.
In most classic relationship scenarios, you “fall into place” with another chick, the first girl is gonna wild out. So how’d you explain that to Vanessa?
P: If you wanna get personal, me and Vanessa were on different terms then. It was more casual.
Did that immediately become like a triangle, or were you guys separate entities so to speak?
P: Well now we have three Sister Wives and me. Before when it first started, it was me in the middle with Hazel on this side and Vanessa on the other.
When did it merge?
P: With Vanessa, maybe three-four years ago, but we all started living together about two years ago. Lady came into the picture like two years after I met Hazel; then Hazel and Lady dated for a while and they became a couple—that’s how we became this power couple.
From the get, have you always been interested in this “style” relationship? (I mean, what guy wouldn’t be?) How did you make it work for you?
P: Yeah. I’ve been doing this since I was a kid.
So when you were on the playground you had three girls?
P: Hell yeah, of course. And they were cool with it.
Have you ever had a monogamous, one-on-one relationship?
P: Yeah, I have.
And it just doesn’t fulfill you?
P: I can’t do it. Especially after the route I’ve gone down this far with them [the Wives], there’s no way.
Would you say you just get bored with one person as a whole, or is it a sexual thing?
P: It has nothing to do with a sexual thing. It’s more mental and like…hereditary.
Was your dad a player?
P: I don’t consider myself a player, but my Dad was a player. Growing up my dad was a single bachelor; it was just me and him. My mom and her sister have the same Baby Daddy—to me that’s a beautiful thing. This shit is definitely in my blood. My mom was bout that life—like, she was bout that life.
Lady, what about you? The way you saw relationships before this one, is it similar? How’d you open your mind to this kind of lifestyle?
L: I never directly thought of it. When I was young I used to read Archie, and that was a heavy influence. Betty and Veronica. I would read it and I didn’t think there was anything wrong with it, like it’s cute—they’re friends, they like the same boy, and sometimes they’ll get mad at another girl and team up for him. But they never say it directly in the comic book.
That’s a really good reference.
L: A while back the idea [of poly] came up between an ex boyfriend and a friend, we all kinda discussed it but nothing ever came from it. It was more like an innocent discussion on the girls’ part, but we were friends and we realized we had no problems even discussing it with each other because we were friends. Even though I didn’t think about it until years later, it hit me when I actually became involved in this type of relationship. Like, Wow, no wonder it was so natural to me. I never really thought of relationships as just this one closed way.
So I guess you’d all say that you’re free spirits? I’d imagine you’d have to be to make this kind of arrangement work. Also—all of you ladies Bi right?
L, CV, H: [Unanimously] Yeah.
That would also help.
P: Yeah, it helps. [Laughs]
What about you Vanessa, before this were you in similar relationships?
CV: I’ve never been in a relationship like this before; I was never really the relationship type. Paul is really my most serious relationship. Before this if I dated someone I dated them and it was never really anything serious. There was times when I had a best friend and we both liked the same guy, and she would come around and kiss him, then I’d come around and kiss him too, and it was fun.
CV: No, we knew and we were okay with it.
Because most females in that kind of situation would be pulling each other’s hair out.
CV: If me and my friend both liked the same kid, we would know it and we would both team up—I did this since kindergarten. When I was in kindergarten there was this girl, her name was Vivianna, and we both liked the same kid. So we would write him love letters and do sweet things for him and sign it ‘Love, V’ for the both of us. And as I got older I noticed that would happen every so often; if I liked a guy that my best friend liked, we wouldn’t get mad at each other. We’d team up and flirt with him together.
CV: That happened a lot. When this [Paulie’s Wives] came to, it took me in a different direction—it wasn’t very concrete when I was doing it. It wasn’t something where I knew what it was or how to label it; it’s just something I was doing naturally. Now it’s not just me being a free spirit doing whatever the hell I want. But the transitioning of it, because we [Paulie] had our “monogamous” relationship at one point, throughout the years and at this point in my life, has become much clearer to me. And I’ve been more at peace with the understanding of my feelings altogether, towards him and towards them [Lady and Hazel]. Now I can put all the little pieces together from way back then. Regardless of whatever, the learning process that I went through from that point to now was very rewarding to me.
How long have you two been together now?
CV: 11 years.
Wow, that’s a grip. Would you say Vanessa’s kind of the Head Wifey?
P: No, we don’t put nobody as the Head. I wouldn’t be able to say that because not only do they all bring different things, but Vanessa is the new one to the relationship. Even though I’ve been with her for 11 years, we had another relationship, and it’s not this relationship, and I recognize that. Like she said, it’s a whole different process. Lady’s relationship with me was dead on into it; Hazel came into the relationship with the idea [of poly].
So Paulie, you and Vanessa were together monogamously first and then realized it wasn’t working. How did that transition Vanessa spoke of actually happen—like, how’d she come back into the picture years later?
P: I can say it’s me—I never gave up on Vanessa.
V: He never really left. I mean he left, but he didn’t really go anywhere.
Hazel, so Paulie says you were kind of the one who suggested it might be a good idea to “merge parties”—would you say you were the one that was most open to it before?
H: Yeah. Well I’d never been in a serious relationship before; I kinda grew up in that type of household. My dad and my mom were divorced and they lived in the same house together, but my mom had a husband that lived downstairs. So I grew up very open-minded.
So everyone is cut from a different cloth, but I happen to have really bad jealousy and trust issues, like most women. How do you guys handle the jealousy aspect? Because I need to be the center of my man’s universe. You don’t get those jealous feelings?
CV: Well he treats us very fairly, so there’s really no reason for anyone to feel left out.
[To Paulie] You’re a fuckin’ diplomat my friend.
CV: Like if he every did something with Lady—let’s say they go out—they go out on a date, he takes her out to eat, they have a drink, they come back home, they get a little crazy—I’m doing that with him too. If it’s not gonna happen the next day, it’s the next weekend or whatever the case may be, so I’m not gonna feel left out.
And there’s two ways you can feel neglected: emotionally and sexually, so on both of those fronts you all feel equal about it?
CV: Well my sexual appetite has increased more [all laugh]; I think that’s because of my age—
Wait. Do you guys ever sleep all with each other?
P: Of course.
So you have foursomes and shit?
L: On special occasions.
P: Or whenever I just turn up too much!
L: A lot of people think it’s all about that, but it’s not even about that. We can go a long time without doing anything and just be individual, but there are instances where it occurs. Sometimes it’s pre-planned; like you know how a woman will put on lingerie for her man? Let’s say a special occasion is coming up, we’ll dress up for him.
P: Like video girl shit.
[To Paulie] You’re like the luckiest person on Earth.
P: I feel I am lucky, but it’s like my nephew said—it’s how to pick em’. I’m tired of getting the props goddamn it! Where’s their props at?
Are you kidding? I think you ladies are incredible. Because not only do you all seem like such sweet girls, but you’re so mature and level-headed. I’m in awe of you guys! Do you ever beef?
L: I think we’ve had moments like any family, but nothing serious.
I imagine you guys communicate a lot.
H: Yeah. Like sometimes we have our “family meetings” where everybody will talk to each other.
P: And I have certain set rules, and they know this. For instance, if one of them comes up to me and mentions someone’s name, that’s like the first way to piss me off. Like no snitchin’, I have a no-snitch code. So they figure it out between themselves and if it gets crazy then they’ll bring me into it.
Like real sister shit.
P: Exactly, because then that’s betrayal. They stay close like that.
So is a fourth sister ever gonna come into the picture? Have you guys ever discussed it?
P: We’ve had that.
Tell me a story about that.
P: They start traveling, going to concerts, experiencing new things; all that good shit they’ve never done before, and the it kinda gets to their head. I have nothing bad to say, you can just see who’s not built for it. And it was really my fault for kind of holding someone down on the outside. See I don’t like that, and I feel like that’s total violation. So I told her like, I can’t be doing this shit, I’m spending excess money on you over here…but she really wanted to stay. So I was like, Listen, the only way this shit is gonna work out is if you come and speak to them [the Wives]. I’m cool, but if you don’t get by them, it’s a no-fly zone.
L: Because it’s either that way or no way.
Would you be open to it again or did that experience make you kind of iffy? Because it seems like you guys have a really solid little nest here.
P: I can handle a fourth, but that’s not up to me. If my women ain’t feelin em’ I’m not feelin’ em, you get what I’m sayin? There’s times when we’ve been kicking it with females and they start to feel the girl and I’m not feelin’ her, like, Yo, this bitch gotta go.
L: We’ll give someone a chance in that sense; it can happen, it’s a possibility. They have to be able to prove what they want, we’re not gonna push them or tell them what to do or go looking for it—if it’s meant to be, they’ll make it happen.
Paulie, what would you do if this shit got flipped and one of your chicks wanted five husbands?
P: Okay, that’s good. I respect that; I’ve been with women who are with more than one guy. I don’t judge that. I’ve shared women with my brother, you know what I’m sayin’? Shout outs to him, FREE JERRY! [All laugh] I don’t mind that, but I’m more of a man—to me, those niggas that be with girls that have multiple men, they’re like pussy. I’ve met women that have it set up like there’s five men living with them and they got PlayStation’s and they’re taken care of.
So you guys all live together. Are you all financially merged, or separate?
P: We are financially merged.
And you two [Paulie and Vanessa] have two kids together?
CV: Yeah, my kids are ten and nine years old.
P: Yeah, like the families are still kind of separate. Like she’s [Lady] expecting—
So in terms of family activities, do you all go out together as a group?
L: Yeah, we’ve done that.
CV: We go out to movies together with the kids, we go out to eat…
I’m sure people must sometimes look at you guys in public and wonder what’s going on. Especially you, Paulie!
P: And I don’t help! We be goin’ out and I let them dress however, and I wear my silk shirts and my grillz and my slippers!
L: With the kids we’re just normal and cute, but if it’s like an adult night with all of us…we were modest, but he encourages us to show a little more and hike it up. But we do it for him and we enjoy that feeling that he gets, you know? And it’s fun! What girl doesn’t like just showing off sometimes?
Do people ever come at you sideways about it in public? Or are all dudes like, “You’re the man!”
P: They know the deal. If it’s local, mother fuckers know what’s up. Of course we have haters and shit like that too. When we go shopping for them, the people working generally get the idea. Sometimes I’ll have to run and pick stuff up for them without them even being there, like I need this size, that size, and this size. Sometimes I go out with these girls and we’re sittin’ there and there’s another girl hitting on me, and she probably doesn’t even know.
Have you ever been out in a situation like that where, let’s say your waitress hits on you or you see a cute girl and you’re like, Come hang out with us?
L: Yeah, that’s happened.
Who’s usually trying to bring people to hang out—all of you, or is there a wrangler in particular?
L: Like I said, we don’t try—
P: Yeah, they just flock naturally.
L: You can just tell when someone gives a vibe like they wanna talk to you. If that vibe is given, we give a friendly vibe back, and if they wanna sit down, I don’t really think any of us would say no.
CV: I’m a big fiirt, so if I see someone that I find attractive, somehow they just get lured into me. [Laughs]
P: And I’m very friendly. We don’t mind pouring people drinks.
CV: If you got a cigarette, poof, I got the light, you know? For a female, that’s already flirtation.
L: Yeah, we’re just being ourselves but they might look at it as us coming onto them.
CV: And like I said, I’m very flirtatious, so if that’s what you want I’ll flirt with you all day. Whatever turns you on! [Laughs]
So what do you tell your kids? Do they know what the arrangement is?
CV: It’s not like we’ve sat down and said, Okay, your dad is sleeping with everyone. No, and I can speak on it because they’re my children—it’s very simple: he’s the man of the house, we’re the women of the house, the children understand that. They don’t dismiss anyone in the house. My kids have drawn pictures in school of family, and they’re [Lady and Hazel] included.
This kind of seems like the Utopian future right here.
P: I also wanna give my children the free will of being able, if they wanna be in a monogamous relationship, to do whatever they want. That’s why I don’t impose my ways onto them; I just try to teach my son not to be jealous.
CV: The same with me and my daughter.
P: The things I try to teach my daughter are just that men are assholes and what a man would basically expect, you know what I’m sayin’? Every example I set for my daughter is through the mother, like ‘Your mom wouldn’t do this or that.’
It’s obvious you guys all have such a profound respect for each other, which is so important.
L: Earlier you mentioned that most women are jealous—I guess that’s something taught. The way they said they’re teaching their kids not to be jealous types. And it’s taught not just from parents but from media, anything having to do with relationships. That’s why I think so many people get jealous, because they think this is the way it’s supposed to be. They don’t know any other way.
You guys are essentially taking the non-trust-issue out of the relationship, because what is there not to trust? He has everything he needs right here! It’s not like a classic one-on-one relationship where a guy will be bored with one chick and sleep with another one.
L: And we discuss that. Most couples don’t discuss it when they’re bored, man or woman. There’s not enough communication.
Have have any of your friends who know about your arrangement thought about it for themselves?
CV: I have very few co-workers that know my relationship. There’s this one co-worker of mine, lately every-day she’s been asking me more and more questions about it. She asks me the same things, like if I ever get jealous—that’s a big thing for women. Like I said, he’s fair. Now if there’s ever been a time where I had an issue, it’s with him, not them. If I’ve ever felt a certain type of way, it’s not because I’m jealous of them, it’s because I feel like he’s falling off on me.
P: Yo but I’m so good, I keep a log of everything.
CV: He does keep a log of everything.
Like a literal log?!
I wanna read it. I wanna publish it.
CV: So if I ever come to him and I tell him this and that, he’ll be like this day, this time—
P: She did it last week! Like I can tell when something’s wrong. They don’t have to tell me. It’s the same thing with them; when I’m in deep thought they can tell. So I was like, What’s wrong? And to them all this stuff is a big deal, but to me what’s wrong is always petty stuff.
That’s always what men think! To women it’s a big deal and to men it’s petty.
L: That’s true. See, we’re still normal!
P: But you know, we can fix it, it’s not an issue. So she’s on the phone with me and I’m like, What’s wrong? And she’s like, “I just feel like I’ve missed a day.” And I’ll know that’s not true, so I go on my shit, in my little log, and I pull it up—
CV: And then he reminded me, and I was like, Oh that’s right, and I realized what happened was that he was caught up that night. He was here building these glass things [motions to furniture], so he came to bed late.
Do you guys all sleep in the same bed?
P: We do.
CV: Sometimes, yeah.
L: We do and we don’t.
So are there three bedrooms?
P: No, we just alternate. Like last night me and her [Hazel] were partying, so we just like crashed down here.
You guys need a show, because Sister Wives on TLC is trash. It’s boring; this shit is inspiring! [Paulie pulls up iPad calendar log]
P: I have their menstruations too.
NO FUCKING WAY.
CV: It’s helpful! I call him like, Yo, when was my last period again?
H: If I don’t remember when my last period was, I’ll just ask him.
Wow. Sidebar: on a girly note, it must also be fun because you can all get dressed together and do fun girl stuff together!
L: Yeah, it’s fun! Like I just did her [Hazel’s] hair.
And it’s great to have girls around during your pregnancy.
L: Oh absolutely, and she’s [Vanessa] a mother already so if I have questions I can just ask her. I feel very safe and comfortable.
CV: And the only thing difference in a monogamous relationship from what we have is that monogamous relationships lack communication and trust.
P: I feel like I’m in a monogamous relationship though–
Just with three women.
Do you plan on all growing old together?
L: We talk about it sometimes, like we’re gonna be old ass bitches chilling together.
P: Especially with these three. I wanna give them each their own individual wedding, then a wedding together. And I’d want them to all have their own thing. I definitely wanna do that; it’s beautiful and it’s fair for them. Even if I don’t sign documents, they will have their own weddings.
That’s so cool.
P: They’ll take whatever, but they know I go all out. I either go all out or don’t do nothin’. As long as my kids are good, I’ll throw whatever in the sky, I don’t care.
CV: That’s another thing. When you mentioned the kids, I have to say, that’s something I’ve been asked about a lot. A lot of people worry about the children. My family knows about this relationship—they’re accepting now. Like whenever my family has a party, we all go. You’re inviting me? Yeah I’m coming, but I’m coming with my couples and with my children because that’s what it is. It’s a family outing, I’m not not gonna let them come. And they’re gonna either accept it or we’re all leaving, and that’s it.
[To Lady and Hazel] Are your families cool with it?
H: My dad has an idea, and he actually wanted this for himself, so he’s accepting. My mom, I haven’t really told her yet, but I don’t know if she’d take it lightly.
L: Same thing for me, I guess my dad has an idea too—
P: Your dad knows.
L: I really don’t know that!
P: I know that.
L: My mom has also shown that she has an idea, but over the years it’s been brought up very few times. She’s very cool and laid back and open-minded, so she seems, but I still don’t know if I wanna fully reveal it. Recently she was like, “I had a dream that you and Hazel were lesbians, and I just want you to know I’d love you regardless,” and it made me laugh. For now my answer was basically, No, we’re not together, but I have had experiences with girls, so I at least let her in to know that.
P: Women being conditioned to be jealous or hate one another—that’s the man’s fault my nigga. To me it’s because the man doesn’t step up and handle the situation. Ima keep it real—my father, he never wanted to step up and handle the situation. People don’t wanna step up to the plate and fix the sitatuion, and I think a man really allows that friction between two women to happen. Even if two women are in conflict with each other, you’re the cause.
L: And I think women would be more amicable towards one another if the man was more honest. There wouldn’t be so much cattiness.
That said, I think individually you’re also all very special people, because it seems you have slightly more perspective on this shit than most. Even myself, I get caught up in such petty bullshit. But you [Paulie] are very aware of how you have to respect the women and treat them to make them feel like they’re really a part of this and not exclude them, and same exchange for you ladies.
P: It’s different, but like I said, it’s hereditary. I didn’t grow up like your average kid.
(Wanna stay posted on all the Paulie’s Wives adventures? Follow them now on IG for all the BTS juiciness! @PauliesWives @PaulieHussle)
ALL OPINIONS EXPRESSED ARE SOLELY THE OPINIONS OF THE AUTHOR AND DO NOT REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF MARRIED TO THE MOB.
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right! At first I thought this was a Taz Angel thing..but they are actually a family with kids and all…WILD!!
U bout that life??
Your boy Lou has a sisterwive situation right?
It appears that Lou does! I’m not with it but if that’s what they choose, it’s their life.
It ain’t for everybody..that’s for sure…
I could def be bout that life. While it is super rare, when women have this type of bond….its deep and satisfying. (not dismissing the man in the story but let’s not front..its the women that keep this working).
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The singer was arrested early Thursday morning in Atlanta after officers responded to a fight call between the couple … and found her with a golf ball-sized welt on her head.
According to cops, the woman claims Norman threatened to kill her … then he allegedly began punching and choking her with a scarf — and then tried to force the ring down her throat.
We’re told Norman went peacefully when cops arrived. He claimed the whole fight started because he was upset about his dad having cancer. She says they were arguing about drinking.
Norman was charged with aggravated assault, and is still behind bars.
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Is da wedding still on
I hope not.
Jus imaaging how da sex must b he probly strong arm da pussy n force her to swollow nut on a daily blowjobs till her nose bleed
Whats da lil lady contact info i love fucking women wen dey manz locked up
NO EXCUSE FOR PUTTING HIS HANDS ON HER..NO EXCUSE!
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COMPTON, Calif. (AP) — Death Row Records founder Marion ”Suge” Knight turned himself into authorities early Friday after his attorney said the rap mogul accidentally ran over and killed a friend and injured another man as he fled attackers.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said the incident was being investigated as a homicide and that Knight was a person of interest.
In a brief statement released early Friday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said Knight was at the West Hollywood station with his attorney and was being interviewed by homicide detectives.
No other information was released and there was no mention if Knight was being held.
Video provided by ONSCENE.TV showed Knight getting out of a private car at the sheriff’s station and then leisurely walking into the building with companions and others who appeared to be law officers.
Officials say that a red pickup truck struck the men in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant. A 55-year-old man died at a hospital and a 51-year-old man was injured but Corina did not immediately know his condition.
”We are confident that once the investigation is completed, he will be totally exonerated,” attorney James Blatt said earlier by telephone.
Late Thursday, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. John Corina told reporters that the crash occurred around 3 p.m. PST in the parking lot of the restaurant in the Los Angeles-area city of Compton and then the driver took off.
”Looks like he drove backwards and struck the victims and drove forwards and struck them again,” Corina said.
”The people we talked to say it looked like it was an intentional act,” he said.
The Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that two people were in the parking lot when the red pick-up arrived and its driver became involved in an argument with them
”The argument escalated and the driver backed up striking one of the victims. The driver then drove forward driving over both victims,” the sheriff’s statement said. ”Various witnesses described the driver as being Marion Suge Knight.”
The empty truck was found late Thursday night in a West Los Angeles parking lot, Corina said.
He said the rap mogul was seen driving a red pickup truck 20 minutes earlier in a different part of town where a video was being shot.
Witnesses also spoke of an argument.
”To see the argument happen, it’s one thing,” said 17-year-old Robert Smith, who was eating in the restaurant. ”Seeing the car incident, that was shocking.”
Blatt said it was an accident.
”He was in the process of being physically assaulted by two men and in an effort to escape he unfortunately hit two (other) individuals,” the lawyer said. ”He was in his car trying to escape.”
Compton has been immortalized in hip-hop folklore, including on many of the records Knight released, as a gritty and violent urban environment, though crime has dipped significantly there since its 1990s peak.
Knight founded Death Row Records, one of rap’s leading labels, in the 1990s, releasing labels by artists like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac Shakur.
He later declared bankruptcy and the company was auctioned off.
Knight has a long history of run-ins with the law ranging from assaults to driving violations.
In November, he pleaded not guilty to a robbery charge filed over an incident in which a celebrity photographer accused him of stealing her camera in Beverly Hills. Because of prior convictions, he could face up to 30 years in prison.
He has prior felony convictions for armed robbery and assault with a gun. He pleaded no contest in 1995 and was sentenced to five years’ probation for assaulting two rap entertainers at a Hollywood recording studio in 1992.
He also serve timed for probation violations.
Last August, Knight was shot six times at a Los Angeles nightclub. No arrests have been made.
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I’m not sure how I feel about this one! I know that here, a lot of music is broken in the strip club but IDK. The performance from the clip doesn’t look like it was entertaining. Who’s advising her?
She couldn’t get booked in some of the old school performances with Jon B. Al B Sure, Guy, etc?
How you feel about that @cmack112
Cory been using this video for the last 48 hours non-stop. lol
I have lost all respect for her
she lucky I wasn’t there. I would have snapped and nutted up so bad. I would have told her bitch you cant tap dance and strip.get yo multi talented ass out this club. aint no coming back from this. it suck that all women think strippers are the upper echelon now.
I don’t most stripper s don’t even own a car dey broke boyfriend drop em off in a Olds mobile wit a smoking muffler dat look like wiz Khalifa car pooling wit em
not in florida. damn sure not in Miami. now in cocoa yeah. I drop them off all the time in my smoking muffler car. lol
I love all my bitches dirty
in carolina we keep our strippers broke jus so dey kno dey aint shit n aint ever gonna b shit
I don’t see nothing wrong with this at all
Who is Bow Wow to judge Mya? He’s engaged to a thot, correct? Definitely wasn’t the best move for her but the point was for us to talk about her so here you go.
Haaaaaaaaa finally u talking summin that the truth hey chi chi don’t tell me u gave yo son the blessings to marry a slut dat bitch will fuck anybody long as dey beneficial
Maybe it’s jus puppy love r nah
JESUS!!! This guy has no chill what so ever! lol
Its da truth nigga dis pose to b don chichi son mr. All i like is dem jazzy hoes top down switching four lanes u rasied dis nigga now he marrying community pussy dat aint playa
But den agian atl niggaz known fo tricking off heavy on strippers aka sluts hey chubby let dem niggaz kno dat aint how us carolina niggaz roll
Hold up patna (in my King voice) I’ve known quite a few Carolina boys & VA, trust me, they do plenty of tricking off. BTW, If she’s not a virgin and been with more than 1 man she’s been with a community of men, Ijs. In the bible, she’s considered a harlot so there’s plenty of community pussy floating around. The woman that had been with 5 men was considered a harlot but Jesus forgave her and told her Go and Sin no more. Man, that’s not just an ATL thing,people come from all over to trick off on the ATL strippers. Some people say that it’s just like an ex-player when they’re done with that life, they make the best mates. I’m not saying I agree that Mena is about that life though. ATL for life! Don’t disrespect my city or my Mayor Strippers need love too, lol!
it’s just a performance they act like she got naked or something
Artist got to do what it takes to succeed as long as we don’t sell ourselves short or our soul… Yaka!
Seems like she feeling a little freakish… Lol, she ain’t the only one.
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