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Video inside 50 fu-ked Meagan Good, moves up 3 slots in the top 20 of all time

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NFL The Kaepernick Issue is About to Hit Home For NFL

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sports | By Young Professa - 10 hours ago

Next rally for Colin Kaepernick plans to deliver message to NFL's doorstep
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NEW YORK – On Wednesday, the NFL will come face to face with the storyline that has come to define it over the past six months. The “United We Stand” rally for Colin Kaepernick – organized by nearly two dozen activists and organizations in New York – will occur right on Roger Goodell’s doorstep, and the unemployed quarterback’s message will be front and center at NFL headquarters in Midtown Manhattan.

The rally comes on the heels of an event this past weekend, where dozens of current and retired NYPD officers gathered across the East River in Brooklyn to show support for Kaepernick, whose silent protest of the “Star-Spangled Banner” became a topic of national discussion last season.

“I think [Kaepernick’s message is] important for this nation,” New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams told Yahoo Sports. “Kaepernick was trying to bring this to everyone’s attention and now you can’t ignore it. If folks had done this before, we’d be in a different position.”

Williams, who donned a Kaepernick jersey at Saturday’s event and hopes to be in attendance at Wednesday’s rally, joined the former 49ers quarterback’s protest last September when he sat for the Pledge of Allegiance during a city council meeting.


Retired New York City Police Deputy Inspector and author Corey Pegues is surrounded by members of law enforcement as he speaks during a rally to show support for Colin Kaepernick on Saturday. (AP)

“I always stood out of respect and when Kaepernick was going through what he was going through, I felt it was time to bring out in the open how I was connected to what he was dealing with,” Williams said. “Those were the most vile messages I’ve received. Just full of hatred, racism, some threats as well, but you push through.”

Despite the debate over Kaepernick’s actions during the national anthem dying down somewhat during the 2016 NFL season, the opposite has happened during the offseason. Kaepernick, who went 1-10 with the 49ers as a starter last season, is four years removed from leading San Francisco to Super Bowl XLVII and remains without an NFL contract.

As the weeks and months have passed, Kaepernick’s name has frequently come up, and despite owning a better than 2:1 career touchdown-to-interception ratio and a 28-30 record as a starter, teams continue to pass on him. Questions about Kaepernick’s dedication to the sport, changed diet, charity work, contract demands and alleged decline have all been cited as reasons why he doesn’t have at least a backup role in the league.

“If we truly stand by the Constitution and the values that it is supposed to instill in American society, Kaepernick should technically be celebrated,” NYPD Sergeant Edwin Raymond, who helped organize Saturday’s rally, told Yahoo Sports.

“Unfortunately, people of color, certain demographics in this nation, have been treated as second-class citizens. We’re still having these experiences today.”

There is no definitive proof that the NFL and its owners are blackballing Kaepernick, however, the call for a team to sign him – or at the least recognize his message – is growing louder. In the wake of the horrific demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, where three people died, more players have joined Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem and are attempting to use their platform to promote equality.


From left, 49ers outside linebacker Eli Harold, quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and safety Eric Reid on Oct. 2, 2016, during the national anthem. (AP)

Despite the fact that other players are joining the protest now, there is growing fear that without acknowledgment from the league and its owners, Kaepernick’s message will be lost in translation.

“Hindsight vindicates,” Raymond said. “When you fail to respect the work in the present, you end up with Mandela in Robben Island. When you don’t respect the work in the present, you end up with Rosa Parks in jail, [Muhammad] Ali being ostracized.

“The point of history is to learn so we don’t repeat it and Colin Kaepernick’s situation is really a chance to end this unfortunate situation where people who are vanguards are railroaded and then respected later.”

On Wednesday, the NFL will not only be facing a protest, it will be facing a growing movement.

“[The NFL] should make a clear, concise statement that to play in the NFL, you are not breaking any laws or any rules if you want to take a knee or not stand for the national anthem,” Williams said.

“It’s not illegal. The only place where that’s illegal is North Korea.”

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BOX Mayweather checks reporter for calling him "african american"

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I agree with him for a change :applause:

 
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NBA Kobe is makin a killing post-retirement

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Well Damn buddens had 300 crips ready to handle his business after he got punched

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hiphop | By ovogoon - 10 hours ago

He speaks about the time he raekwon and them punched him


 
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Video inside BX Beef Update: Young Buck BANNED from Floyd Fight

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hiphop | By losantana16 - 6 hours ago

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Image inside French Montana photoshop this

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hiphop | By isthistobe - 10 hours ago

After couple shots of #frenchvanillaciroc 💃slide in the DMs like..... #junglerules

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Image inside What Food Does Your State Hate?

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The fu*k is wrong with yall in Colorado? And Virginia... "Dabbing Pizza Grease with a Napkin" is not food, the fu*k?

 
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NBA Youngboy given 10 year suspended sentence and 3 years probation

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hiphop | By Johnnytusanmi - 10 hours ago

Baton Rouge teen rapper Kentrell Gaulden lectured by judge, given probation in drive-by shooting

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A state judge sternly lectured popular Baton Rouge teenage rapper Kentrell Gaulden about his criminal behavior, his music, fathering children and violence in the community before handing him a suspended 10-year prison term and putting him on three years of active supervised probation Tuesday for his role in a non-fatal November drive-by shooting on Kentucky Street.

The 17-year-old Gaulden, who engaged in a gripping but respectful back-and-forth exchange with District Judge Bonnie Jackson, apologized for his conduct, saying he made a mistake and has learned from it.

Gaulden, who performs under the name NBA YoungBoy and more recently YoungBoy Never Broke Again, was booked in February on two counts of attempted first-degree murder and pleaded guilty in May to a single reduced charge of aggravated assault with a firearm.


Gaulden, according to a Baton Rouge police report, was one of two gunmen who hopped out of a car Nov. 2 and opened fire at several people in the 2000 block of Kentucky Street. Another passenger in the car with Gaulden was shot in the neck during the gunfire but survived.

"I wasn't very happy with the circumstances of your case, not at all," Jackson told Gaulden during his sentencing. "I take full responsibility for what happened. I'm sorry," Gaulden replied. "It wasn't supposed to go that way."

Jackson said Gaulden and those with him "went looking for trouble and found it." The judge said Gaulden is lucky he didn't wind up facing a second-degree murder charge.


"Fortunately, you all were bad shots," she said.

Jackson told Gaulden it is of no moment to her that he has a promising career as a rap artist.

"I don't care about that at all," she said. "You displayed behavior that was totally unacceptable."

Jackson noted that Gaulden now lives in New Orleans.

"You know how much killing is taking place in New Orleans," she said. "Baton Rouge isn't much better. That's the environment we're living in."

Jackson acknowledged Gaulden’s right to musical expression but said flat out that his rap music isn't helping matters.

"Your genre has a lot to do with the mindset people have," she said. "Your genre has normalized violence."

Gaulden, standing next to his attorney, James Manasseh, interjected that he didn't kill anyone.

"But you could have," the judge shot back. "It wasn't for lack of trying. You weren't a good shot."

With Gaulden's talent comes responsibility, Jackson told him, "because people listen to you."

Manasseh told the judge that Gaulden is trying to make a difference by providing school supplies for children. He also bought a home for his mother.

"I genuinely find him to be a good-hearted, kind, sweet young man," Manasseh said.

When Gaulden told Jackson he is 17 and has three children, she judge replied, "Really? Why?" The judge said it is not a "badge of honor" to have a several kids with different women.

"It's only two women," Gaulden interjected again, saying he takes his family obligations seriously.

"I promise to do right," he said. "I'm committed to my family."

Jackson said she certainly sees "value" in Gaulden, adding, "I don't judge you for being a rapper." But the judge reiterated that Gaulden has an "obligation" to his audience

"There's just too much killing," she lamented.

Jackson also ordered Gaulden to perform 250 hours of community service, which could include an anti-violence public service announcement, and fined him $5,000. The judge transferred Gaulden's probation to Orleans Parish with one final warning.

"Failure is not an option," she said.

Manasseh said outside the courtroom that Gaulden has a contract with Atlantic Records for five albums. He has delivered one so far under the contract. That was Gaulden's second album.

A profile of Gaulden in The Fader music magazine last August called him Baton Rouge's "most promising" and "rawest new rapper."

Manasseh said words such as hip hop, blues and soulful have been used to describe Gaulden's music.

Baton Rouge police have said they believe the Nov. 2 drive-by shooting Gaulden was involved in on Kentucky Street was connected to two other shootings — one of them fatal — in a two-day span in the Old South Baton Rouge neighborhood.

One of those shootings claimed the life of 18-year-old Keondrae Ricks, a McKinley High School student and up-and-coming rapper himself.

An East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury last month declined to indict two Baton Rouge suspects — Trashone Maurice Coats, 18, and 28-year-old Monte Carey — in Ricks' slaying on Nebraska Street. The Kentucky Street shooting came just hours after Ricks was gunned down as he rode his bike.

About 24 hours after the Kentucky Street shooting, another drive-by shooting in the same block where Ricks was killed left the front of two homes riddled with bullets. No one was injured. Three men are charged in that Nov. 3 shooting. They are Coats, Michael Onyedinma, 17, and Derrick Keith Guice, 21, the brother of LSU running back Derrius Guice.
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3 ar-15's were stolen from my house after the flood. 2 of them showed up in his video That Gang 2 months later. I showed the detective the weapons, the video and who I thought took them along with a picture of said thief with one of nba's right hand men. Police didn't do sh*t. Said thief is now in jail accused of murder recently. Never heard from the detective again or anyone from the parish.

 
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Jadakiss: I was gonna go to Hot 97 to LIGHT Rocafella up w/ the 357

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hiphop | By VicDutch - 8 hours ago

i never heard this interview before.. this sh*t is funny


 
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Video inside TIP buys Philant's (R.I P) daughter a new car for her Senior Year of High School...

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NBA Kyrie Just Left Cleveland This Morning & It Was Awkward (Video)

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Aug 23 - 'Demon goat' appears in India, terrifying village with human-like face

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Image inside Sniper Gang Artist Jack Boy Arrested for Gun Possession & Robbery

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hiphop | By ASNKA - 2 hours ago


Jackboy, best friend of rap star Kodak Black and the first artist signed to Sniper Gang records has been arrested in his hometown of Broward County, Florida. The 19-year-old rapper was arrested and charged with possession of weapon or ammunition by FLA DELQ, resisting officer without violence, robbery with a firearm, and violation of probation or community control, in addition to another charge of aggravated battery.

In his mug shot, JJackboy appearsto have several cuts and scratches on his face indicating there was some sort of struggle between him and lawn enforcement during the arrest. He is currently being held in Broward county jail without bond. Stay tuned for more updates.


 
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BOX Floyd and Conor ALMOST fought outside the presser

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Everyday Struggle -Akademiks Gets Heated, Lil B's Influence on Rap, New Chance + More

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Video inside You gon respect me

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Image inside A'joraye Looks Like An Angel From Heaven

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"Jingle your bells off" 🎄 lowkey still in the Christmas spirit 😂

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Video inside DESIIGNER: Can We Officially Call Him a One Hit Wonder Now?

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hiphop | By SlaughterGangDG - 10 hours ago

Honestly, was never a fan or a hater of Designer- I never really liked "Panda", but I respected that hr made a song that obviously the people responded to..

Had honestly forgot all about him until I saw on WSHH today he has a new video with Gucci Mane...Just on paper it sounds like a hit, but Gucci has been doing verses with anybody these days and the song is kinda weak.

I also noticed, he was doing Unsigned Artist numbers on worldstar-- maybe 15k views right now...


When you added in his ADD gimmicks, label tap dancing video, and accusations of stealing Future's swag- Many of us, including me, said this guy had "One Hit Wonder" written all over him, and people kept saying "Timmy Turner" just wait

Considering "Panda" dropped on December 15,2015- and Desiigner has yet to even come close-- Can we call him a One Hit Wonder now?

Post your reasons why, or why not...

 
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NFL ESPN 2017 QB Tier Rankings

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sports | By CarlozRossi - 10 hours ago

Tier 1

A Tier 1 quarterback can carry his team each week. The team wins because of him. Expertly handles pure-pass situations.


1. Brady
2. Rodgers
3. Big Ben
4. Brees
5. Ryan

Tier 2

A Tier 2 quarterback can carry his team sometimes, but not as consistently. Can handle pure-pass situations in doses or possesses other dimensions that are special enough to elevate him above Tier 3. Has a hole or two in his game.

6. Luck
7. Carr
T8. Rivers
T8. Stafford
10. Wilson
11. Manning
12. Newton
13. Cousins

Tier 3

A Tier 3 quarterback is a legitimate starter, but needs a heavier run game and/or defense to win. A lower-volume pass offense makes his job easier.

14. Prescott
15. Flacco
T16. Palmer
T16. Mariotta
18. Winston
19. Dalton
20. Smith
21. Wentz
22. Tannehill
23. Bradford
24. Cutler
25. Taylor


Tier 4

A Tier 4 quarterback could be an unproven player with some upside, or a veteran that is ultimately best suited as a backup. Teams might not want these guys starting all 16 games.


26. Siemian
27. Glennon
28. Kaep
T29. Bortles
T29. Lynch
31. Hoyer
32. Goff
33. Savage
34.mcCown
35. Osweiler
36. Kessler

 
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