DJ Holiday (@Djholiday) Feat Ca$h Out (@TheRealCashOut) & Migos (@MigosATL) – Trap House

DJ Holiday Ft Ca$h Out & Migos - Trap House

DJ Holiday presents his brand new single called Trap House featuring Ca$h Out and Migos produced by DJ Montay. This will appear on DJ Holiday  upcoming project Thank God For The Mixtape.

DJ Khaled (@djkhaled) On ESPN First Take

DJ Khaled was a special guest on ESPN First Take with Stephen A. Smith & Skip Bayless. On the show Dj Khaled called The Spurs cheaters for not having the AC working during the first game of the 2014 NBA Finals.

K Camp (@KCamp427) Feat Lil Boosie (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL), YG (@YG) & Too Short (@TooShort) – Cut Her Off (Remix)

K Camp Ft Lil Boosie, YG & Too Short - Cut Her Off (Remix)

K Camp keeps the momentum going by unleasheing the remix to Cut Her Off featuring Lil Boosie, YG and Too Short. K Camp new mixtape titled SlumLords, drops June 12th.

A$AP Mob (@ASAPMOB) – Hella Hoes

A$AP Mob is back with the release of their latest visual for Hella Hoes.

The O.J. Simpson saga, 20 years later

What happened to the cast of characters from the Trial of the Century

By Holly Bailey, Yahoo New

It was a story that captivated the world: a beloved former football star accused of killing his glamorous ex-wife and her handsome friend in a grisly crime of passion.

The O.J. Simpson saga was part Shakespearean tragedy and part trashy daytime soap opera, with an unlikely cast of characters and a juicy plot so strange and twisted that few dared to look away. Debating whether O.J. was guilty or not became a national pastime — encouraged by the fact that nearly every second of his trial was broadcast on television. And that debate was often divided along racial lines, underscoring the painful truth that blacks and whites continue to have drastically different views of justice in modern-day America.

Twenty years later, there’s no question that the so-called “Trial of the Century” was indeed that. It was America’s first true reality TV show, altering pop culture and the media in a way that no other event has since. Without O.J., there probably would have been no wall-to-wall coverage of the trials of Casey Anthony or George Zimmerman or Oscar Pistorius. There might not even be a “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” a reality show that has its own strange connection to the Simpson drama.

But whatever happened to the strange cast of characters that made up the O.J. saga? Here’s a look at some of the more memorable players of the O.J. show and what happened to them.


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