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B.G. which traditionally means Baby Gangsta in black communities is the moniker donned by down south rap vet Christopher Dorsey. B.G. best friends with fallen soldier Soulja Slim and the first artist signed to Cash Money Records at 13 in the 90s made his name writing hood classics for years. B.G. even scored a gold plaque from his revered Chopper City In The Ghetto. B.G.’s album had the single Bling, Bling which changed popular culture forever. After years of being signed to Birdman at Cash Money Records B.G. finally left the label angry and accused Baby of stealing money from him and he went on to start his on imprint. After a few successful releases B.G. found himself in hot water and caught a gun charge landing him 14 years in federal prison. Regardless B.G. is responsible for the music scene shifting the way it has over the past decade and he is not only one of the rawest MCs he’s one of the smoothest and most lyrical MCs as well. His discography is bound to turn any situation into a gangsta party. Artists like Lil Wayne looked up to B.G. and modeled themselves musically after him. Here at Da Chicken Shack we must acknowledge B. Gizzle for the contributions he’s given hip hop. FREE BG! For any supporters who feel how we feel about B.G. we found his prison addy for you. In the words of the late great Pimp C “If your homie locked up you should send him some shit, cause it’s never too late to quit being a bitch.”

Christopher Dorsey #31969-034

FCI Beaumont Medium Federal Correctional-Institution

PO Box 26040

Beaumont,T.X 77720

L.A. Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Is Exposed As A Hardcore Racist

LA TIMES

L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling, who for 30 years has presided over the city’s second NBA franchise, became the object of national outrage and the target of an NBA investigation Saturday after allegedly making derogatory remarks about blacks.

In an audio recording, released by celebrity gossip site TMZ, a person identified as Sterling argues with his girlfriend, criticizing her for posting a picture of herself on Instagram posing with Lakers legend Magic Johnson.
FOR THE RECORD:
This article says Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a statement “condemning the billionaire.” In fact, the statement condemned the alleged remarks of the billionaire.
“It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you’re associating with black people,” Sterling allegedly says, later adding, “I’m just saying, in your … Instagrams, you don’t have to have yourself with, walking with black people.
“Don’t put him on an Instagram for the world to have to see so they have to call me. And don’t bring him to my games.”
The release of the recording came after the Clippers’ best regular season and on the eve of Game 4 of the first-round playoff series with the Golden State Warriors. It touched off a furor, with Clippers fans as well as Miami Heat star LeBron James and other top players criticizing Sterling.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a statement condemning the billionaire, who turned 80 on Saturday.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was visibly angry at the recording’s content and the distraction it caused.
“I think the biggest statement we can make as men — not as black men, as men — is to stick together and show how strong we are as a group, not splinter, not walk,” Rivers said. “It’s easy to protest. The protest will be in our play.”
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told reporters in Memphis, Tenn., the remarks were “truly offensive and disturbing” and said the league intended to conduct an investigation into the recording’s authenticity that would “move extraordinarily quickly,” possibly concluding in the next few days. Silver said Sterling would not attend Sunday’s game at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Silver would not comment what action the league would take if an investigation establishes Sterling made the comment. But it could include a hefty fine or suspension. A demand that he sell the team is unlikely.
TMZ did not say how it obtained the recording. The Times has not verified the recording for its authenticity.
The woman on the recording, who identifies herself as Mexican and black, was said to be V. Stiviano, who is in her 20s and who has often been seen at Sterling’s side. In a lawsuit filed last month, Sterling’s wife, Rochelle, contends her husband showered Stiviano in money and expensive cars, and that he had been having an affair with her for four years.
Clippers President Andy Roeser released a statement that questioned the authenticity of the recording and the motives of Stiviano, who he noted is the defendant in Rochelle Sterling’s $1.8-million embezzlement case.
Roeser claimed that after the lawsuit was filed, Stiviano told Donald Sterling that she would “get even.” The team executive also said what was stated on the recording “is not consistent with, nor does it reflect [Sterling’s] views, beliefs or feelings.”
Rivers said he would speak for his Clippers players regarding the controversy. During a 45-minute team meeting Saturday morning, he said, his players voiced their displeasure over the remarks.
“No one was happy about it,” Rivers said at the practice court at the University of San Francisco, before alluding to the unity among his white and black players. “J.J. Redick was just as [mad] as Chris Paul and that’s the way it should be.”
Players considered wearing black socks or armbands in protest during Sunday’s game but worried about being viewed as radical.

DA CHICKEN SHACK

We here at Da Chicken Shack don’t respect Doc Rivers or any player who plays for an openly racist owner. In Donald Sterling’s rant he spoke on giving these blacks food and shelter and when they go play ball for his organization they are only backing his statements up. Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne both released viral videos denouncing Sterling as did Barack Obama.

 

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Wiz Khalifa – We Dem Boyz

Probably the best video of 2014 so far. This video takes the tone of Xzibit’s What You See Is What You Get or even more recently Lil Wayne’s A Milli or even 2 Chainz & Kanye West’s Birthday Song, where it’s a one shot walkthrough. Granted the video doesn’t really detail the song or the song content but it’s still a pretty good visual. Hol up! We Dem Boyz!