Yo Gotti (@YoGottiKOM) Feat Jadakiss (@Therealkiss) – Real Rap

Yo Gotti Ft Jadakiss - Real Rap

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Yo Gotti links up with Jadakiss for Yo Gotti new joint called Real Rap prodcued by Young Starz. This will be featured on Yo Gotti upcoming mixtape titled Concealed hosted by DJ Drama.

 

Tiara Thomas (@Tiara_Thomas) – Best Kept Secret

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Tiara Thomas is back with the release of her latest visual for Best Kept Secret produced by Dot N Pro directed by Kre8tive Works.

Sources: Brooklyn Nets for sale

The Brooklyn Nets are available on the open market.

Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, five years into his failed championship pursuit as Nets owner, has made it known that the team is up for sale, according to league sources.

Sources on Tuesday confirmed a Bloomberg News report stating that Prokhorov has retained Evercore Partners to sell the franchise he acquired majority ownership of in May 2010 for $223 million. A league source said Evercore will gather bids potentially as soon as the end of the month.

Sources likewise confirmed a report from Bleacher Report that the struggling Russian economy is a factor.

Nets officials denied the initial Bloomberg News report Tuesday afternoon, insisting that ownership is merely gauging interest. ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard reported that Nets CEO Brett Yormark, general manager Billy King and executive vice president and chief communications officer Barry Baum all denied Bloomberg’s report.

“As we have said for many months, ownership is always open to listening to offers — that’s just good business,” a representative for Prokhorov said in a statement. “There is nothing imminent in terms of a sale of any stake in the team.”

Prokhorov’s tenure as owner has been defined by his incredible willingness to spend a fortune to win and his bold claim that the Nets would win a championship in five years upon taking over. But sources have told ESPN.com that the Russian hasn’t been thrilled with the team’s financial losses or its performance on the court.

The Nets lost $144 million in basketball-related business in 2013-14 — $131 million more than the next highest team — as reported by Grantland.com.

Prokhorov’s stake includes 80 percent of the team and 45 percent of Barclays Center. At the time he purchased the Nets, he agreed to service 80 percent of the team’s $220 million debt.

2Pac Biopic Movie Is Set To Begin Production

After delays and setbacks, sources have confirmed that the long-awaited Tupac Shaker bipopic is finally set to begin. In a recent interview with one of the film’s producers, Randall Emmett, new information about the production revealed the process will begin moving forward this coming June.

“That project is being put together for a June start date,” Emmett told Collider, “The script is great. We’re ready to make the movie. We’re just prepping the logistics.”

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Jimmy Carter: Charlie Hebdo Attack Could Help Defeat Islamophobia

There has been plenty of fallout from last week’s Charlie Hebdo attack by Islamic extremists: a manhunt for the suspects, rallies in Paris and across Europe and heightened Islamophobia, not to mention the cartoonists at the magazine who lost their lives.

In a HuffPost Live interview Tuesday, former President Jimmy Carter said he hopes the attacks actually decrease the Islamophobia surrounding the event, telling host Marc Lamont Hill that people keeping up should take a closer look at the true tenets of the religion.

“I think this is a positive turning point in some respects,” Carter said. “Because a lot of people now are trying to understand what do the Muslims really believe. Their beliefs are very similar to Christians as far as peace and harmony and so forth. But they have a few radicals who are misled … But I think, now, we’ll have a better approach to cure [Islamophobia] in general.

Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation here.

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