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June 18, 2015

“Baby, you are as sexy as you wanna be,” Turner rap-sings over a horn-bass-and-clap sample. “The ass is astronomical, your breasts are so phenomenal. Your legs are the sensual bridges to Heaven, the sweetest vajayjay more cosmic than the Milky Way.” The video features a slideshow of Dolezal in sensual poses, showing off a big ol’ rock on her finger, and giving kissy lips to the camera.

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“Baby, you are as sexy as you wanna be,” Turner rap-sings over a horn-bass-and-clap sample. “The ass is astronomical, your breasts are so phenomenal. Your legs are the sensual bridges to Heaven, the sweetest vajayjay more cosmic than the Milky Way.” The video features a slideshow of Dolezal in sensual poses, showing off a big ol’ rock on her finger, and giving kissy lips to the camera.

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April 23, 2015

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Davis, a mother of two, said she was walking down the street when bullets came out of nowhere. David Stephens, who has children with Davis, said he was stunned when he heard of the shooting. “It's shocking news to find that your children's mom got shot and you got to be stuck with your kids and hoping that she lives”

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Davis, a mother of two, said she was walking down the street when bullets came out of nowhere. David Stephens, who has children with Davis, said he was stunned when he heard of the shooting. “It's shocking news to find that your children's mom got shot and you got to be stuck with your kids and hoping that she lives”

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November 26, 2014

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November 20, 2014

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A Better Tomorrow drops in a few weeks

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August 27, 2005

Kanye

Now you guys know that I've been trying to scale back my Kanye-related coverage just because obviously he hasn't been taking it very well. But seemingly every time I turn around (just like the song says), this douche has gone and done something else ridonkulous. Yesterday, or actually a few days ago, it was him wasting everybody's time at Live 8, now I hear, via Straight Bangin', that he's recycled one of his old ass "freestyles" that he's been using at every show he ever did for the past couple of years now and even once "performed" on "Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry" for this new "Gold Digger" song of his featuring either Ray Charles or Jamie Foxx - possibly both.

Which causes me to wonder: Was Rhymefest busy that week or something? As dedicated as he is to rap music (Would you rather he NAT do this?!), you'd at least expect him to wait a week so that he might get some new rhymes that he didn't actually write, but no. That undeserved Grammy of his must be really going to his head. Still Too Stupid for College could be a very interesting album.

Originally posted by Bol on July 06, 2005

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August 25, 2005

Big Bank Kanye and two of his fans

It's been brought to my attention, thanks to djxplicit and some of the other kids over at the Kanye = Douche blog, that Big Bank Kanye might have just pulled another "Jesus Walks" with this new single of his, "Diamonds are Forever," or whatever it's called. According to this kid called "Skein" that posts there, Teh Ghey West jacked the idea for "Diamonds" from some underground rapper named Lupe Fiasco. (That's almost as ridonkulous a name as Rhymefest). You can check out the Lupe Fiasco version here:

http://www.sitesled.com/members/busy04/Lupe_Fiasco-Conflict_Diamonds.mp3

If this is true, and right now I don't have any reason to believe that it isn't, then it marks at least the 3rd time TGW has "borrowed" music from some underground artist. His big Grammy-winning single "Jesus Walks" is basically a cover version of a song by an artist named Rhymefest, even though TGW continues to insist that 'Fest's involvement in the song (he came up with the beat and most of the lyrics) amounted to nothing more than a little help with the lyrics. Also, TGW jacked the chorus for that Ludacris song "Stand Up" from some underground group called I.O.F. (It's Only Family).

More on this as it develops.

Originally posted by Bol on June 17, 2005

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Big Bank Kanye and two of his fans

I was going to create a much more elaborate post having to do with this, but I'm tired now and I've still got some shit to do. Anyhoo, your boy Big Bank Kanye, pictured above with two of his typical fans, went on this radio show in England the other day (the Tim Westwood program) and went off on yours truly - I mean, like really went ape shit, at one point shouting, "Die motherfucker, die!" and all kinds of crazy shit. You can tell he's talking about me, even though he doesn't mention any names, just because he makes reference to specific posts on Ye Olde BC and also the fact that I once attempted to have him banned from the Grammys.

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Originally posted by Bol on June 27, 2005

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Kanye = Teh ghey

Peep the story at MTV.com: Kanye West Shooting 'Diamonds' Video In 'Pray-Goo'

It's not really at all worth reading (just him talking about how good he is and how he's going to Prague because he's "interested in architecture" - no homo?), but it's at least worth noting just to show how the hype machine for the dude's next album (Late Registration, out later this year) seems to be starting up especially early. At the rate that we're going (there was already this), this summer could get real unbearable real fast. I might have to do something. I've yet to actually hear "Diamonds," but I know I've got it saved on one of the other 3 computers on which I've been blogging, one of which, thanks to the Son of Dionysus, is in the shop and the other is just a huge piece of shit and, more importantly, not here. But I'm figuring I'll get more than enough chances to hear it this summer when I'm sure it'll just be ubiquitous. I know some people have said that it's really good, while other people have maintained that it's just more of his typical ridonkulous bullshit. Call me a "hater," but I'm tempted to go with the latter just on general principle.

Originally posted by Bol on May 19, 2005

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May 16, 2005

As we all know, Kanye's new album will come out whenever, but we all will download and waste time hearing it once before we delete at least most of it from our hard drives. Nhjic. Here is a tracklisiting that's probably wrong, but fuck it.

1. gorgeous
2. hey mama
3. i need to know
4. improvise
5. livin a movie
6. n****s gossip (feat. talib kweli)
7. out of your mind
8. peace
9. wow

The reason I bring this up is so to open a contest to Kanyegate readers. The contest asks the question: Which song will be the "Jesus Walks" of Late Registration?  In other words, which song will we find out was actually written by some dude years ago and re-recorded by Mr. West? Now, it's not only just guessing which is the right one, but also, out of the people who guess correctly, whoever provided the best reasons why that song should be it wins.

The reasons can be presented as a persuasive essay, in letter form, a one-act play, a rhymed poem, in prose, whatever. The winning pieces will be proudly displayed over the internets. Nhjic.

Winners (up to 3) receive their choice between a copy of the Big Pooh's new Sleepers CD or a can of Miller High Life from PenceFo Industries.

Entries can be sent to my email address here or through the comments to this very post.

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