North Korea’s Internet Shut Down

North Korea experienced sweeping and progressively worse Internet outages extending into Monday, with one computer expert saying the country’s online access is “totally down.” The White House and the State Department declined to say whether the U.S. government was responsible.
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Epic Records Will Post $2Million Bail For Bobby Shmurda

Bobby Shmurda was found with two guns, one on his lap and one lodged beside him in a car outside Quad Studios late last night, while three more guns were found hidden in the Studio’s stairwell, according to investigators. In all, 15 arrests were made and 21 guns were recovered.. Shmurda pled not guilty to currently-unspecified weapons and drug charges. Dean Meminger, Criminal Justice Reporter at NY1 News, Read more

LL Cool J Talks the Importance of Tithing

When asked about his over 20 years career in the world of hip-hop and how he’s been able to maintain relevance all these years with his music and acting in shows such as NCIS, he credited God and also discussed the importance of giving, more specifically tithing.
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Ja Rule Plans Comeback for 2015

With a family reality show series in the works for MTV set to premiere in early 2015, Ja Rule is also apparently ready to begin releasing new music again in the new year. Speaking with XXL in a just-released interview for the website, Ja Rule revealed that he has as much as three album’s worth of material recorded.

“You know, I’m taking my time,” he said when asked about plans for releasing new music. “I’m working. I got about maybe three albums done so I’m dropping some stuff in 2015—maybe Read more

Movie Theaters Refuse to Show ‘The Interview’ After Threats

Sony is dropping its planned Dec. 25 release of ‘The Interview,’ the comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco that depicts the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The decision comes after some of the nation’s largest movie theater chains including Regal, Carmike and Cineplex said they were holding back or dropping ‘The Interview’ from screens in the aftermath of a hack that has ballooned from embarrassing disclosures for Sony Pictures executives to involve threats against theaters screening the film.
“Sony Pictures has been the victim of an unprecedented criminal assault against our employees, our customers, and our business,” Sony said in a statement on Wednesday. Read more

Brothers Keeper: Giving Blankets/Clothes to the Homeless in Atlanta

We just came from Downtown Atlanta giving out new blankets and clothes to the homeless. Every year the event grows bigger and bigger with more donations and volunteers. We are our brothers keepers and we will continue to stand up and provide for people in need. We had a chance to talk to some the people and find out what happened in life that made them lose their home and end up on the streets. Read more

Jeezy’s Illegal Weapons Charge Dismissed

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … the Orange County D.A. made the motion to dismiss the charges. The judge agreed. Presumably the motion was based on new evidence, but TMZ has learned, authorities were well aware early on … this case didn’t hold water.

Here’s what authorities knew:
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