Good work. There's also a bonus video at the bottom where Mandy twerks in a car with a less talented friend named Miranda.
Ghostface, looking like he's been shopping at Burlington Coat Factory, announces a special edition of "36 Seasons" available from Get On Down. A sampler of the album is below. It's due to be released on December 9.
The woman and her boyfriend were riding dirty in Downtown St. Louis, waving a gun and yelling "ready for Ferguson!" The gun got too close to the boyfriend and he ducked, which caused him to hit another car. The gun went off and being "ready for Ferguson" was no longer a concern. From Talking Points Memo:
St. Louis police were investigating an incident in which a woman waving a gun inside a vehicle and saying she was "ready for Ferguson" apparently shot herself in the head by accident, CNN reported Sunday...
The sources told CNN that the victim was involved in a car accident. Campbell's 33-year-old boyfriend, who was not identified, was driving the car and told investigators that Campbell began waving a gun around and joking that the couple were ready for Ferguson, the sources said.
The boyfriend said he rear-ended another car while ducking to avoid the gun, which then discharged and struck Campbell in the head, the sources said. The victim later died at a hospital.
The boyfriend told police that the couple purchased the gun because they feared unrest that may arise from a grand jury decision in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown by a white police officer, the sources said.
Mandy Kay was so innocent just a year ago. Well, besides the twerk videos and Playboy stuff. But now she's doing paid webcam "acting," which this video is indirectly promoting. Like Nas said "Black Girl Lost."
I paid $140 for wifey and I to see Lauryn Hill and spent the first half of the show thinking how I should have sold the tickets to pay off the wedding tux that I charged, which, by the way, was only $136 from H&M. It's not that she was performing badly. It's just that she was doing some sort of strange alternative remixes of her hits with a Def Leppard tribute band or something who overpowered her voice. It wasn't terrible, just a bit too far left. I'm sure I wasn't the only one thinking "What the hell is this?" because after an hour or so a good portion of the crowd had left.
Their loss. The band fell back and Lauryn went minimal and acoustic. She performed for at least another hour and even though my buzz was long gone I enjoyed it, especially since my whooty was doing the slow motion donk grind. Praise be to the IUD that we didn't make a fourth baby. Anyhow, the show was good overall. Just not $140 good. I'd rather spend half that to see, say, the Lauryn Hill-esque Janelle Monae.