George Zimmerman, World’s Biggest A**hole Strikes Again!

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George Zimmerman, who gained notoriety and fame after being found innocent of the murder of Trayvon Martin, is on a mission to be the most disliked person in America.

A website called Gunbroker.com is set to hold an auction on May 12, 2016, for the gun he used to murder Trayvon Martin.

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G-Eazy and the Slippery Slope of Having Dead Homies | The TGR Podcast

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G-Eazy wants to resurrect Bay Area Hip Hop godfather Mac Dre to perform with him. Yes. We say leave dead people alone before they have babies with technology and destroy us.

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Personal-use holograms of deceased loved ones and expired historical figures coming soon, too. Quote me on that.


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In Memory Of Sean Price: A Look At The Fab 5’s “Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka”

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Duck Down Records, home to Black Moon, OGC, Heltah Skeltah, and later Statik Seletah and David Dallas, had a strong run as one of the more successful underground indie labels of the 90s. Its popularity was overshadowed by rap’s sudden shift to capitalism music, and one of the labels groups, OGC, even had beef with Notorious B.I.G’s gang crew Junior Mafia that allegedly resulted in fisticuffs at some point.

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The Fab 5 was originally Heltah Skeltah and OGC as a team, and that was how they signed to Duck Down records. But they split to release respective group records, and through the natural progression of time, never reunited as a group within the label.

As Hip Hop celebrates Sean Price, let’s take a look at what could be considered his grand entrance into the game he clearly loved so much.

Rest in peace, P!

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