My boy Dan’s piece for the New York Times about old racist Warner Bros. cartoons.
Cartoons of a Racist Past Lurk on YouTube By DANIEL E. SLOTNIK
Among the millions of clips on the video-sharing Web site YouTube are 11 racially offensive Warner Brothers cartoons that have not been shown in an authorized release [...]
The video to which the Fox guy is referring to is here.
(The video for the Soulja Boy jawn, which I think we can all agree is the absolute nadir of hip-hop music and possibly the human condition itself, is here.)
The most surprising aspect of the verdict in the killing of Sean Bell, the unarmed Queens man gunned down when police officers fired 50 bullets at his car on his wedding day, was that the verdict hinged on credibility.
I worked as an an investigator for New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board [...]
(Last week he fucked around and got a triple-double.)
Also, as other people who play ball may have peeped, he isn’t completely relying on the OldHead Game (which mainly consists of hitting cutters and draining long jumpers). He actually moves pretty well for a smoker in his 40′s.
Award-winning novelist Colson Whitehead wrote a tongue-in-cheek op-ed piece for The New York Times today. In it he laments the woes of The Guy Who Got Where He Is Only Because He’s Black. Taking jabs at Obama critics who’ve labeled the candidate elitist, Geraldine Ferraro who doubly insisted that Obama has only managed [...]
Since we seem to have become the inadvertent authorities on Wesley Snipes and his views of black women, we thought we’d deliver the very latest shocking news to come down the pike.
U.S. District Judge William Hodges of Ocala, FL just sentenced Snipes to the maximum penalty for federal tax evasion.
You read [...]
50 Cent called Alicia Keys dumb. And he said he doesn’t like her music anymore because last week she was quoted as saying that “‘Gangsta rap’ was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other. ‘Gangsta rap’ didn’t exist.”
“It’s just not really a bright comment …” 50 said.
Now, he [...]
Tyler Perry’s Tyler Perry Film Franchise Steamroller is chugging right along with the announcement that his latest adaptation slated for production will be Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail. This will, of course, follow The Family That Preys and A Jazz Man’s Blues, the two films he’s probably halfway finished shooting (despite his [...]