"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
Could DMX be considering a career change ???
Let’s hope now. Cause we’re pretty sure you all would agree that his life’s purposes and giftings are clearly in the realm of Hip-Hop.
But that sure as heck didn’t stop X from tryin to have a little fun on the Video Set of “I Don’t Dance” … featuring Machine Gun Kelly and Xzibit. DMX… fascinated by the Flashing Lights, decided to grab my camera and decided to be the one behind the lens… Not only was he behind the lens… But he went into full on Director mode, trying to evoke emotions out of me errythang.
What we got was a few laughs and good times for the entire cast and crew.
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Garry “Prophecy” Sun for SunOfHollywood.com
Kim’s shake is appropriately named “The Hangover GTox” Shake, because it includes the GTox Formula patented to help remedy Hangovers… Clever huh?
What makes this shake a more monumental event though is that proceeds from the shake will go to benefit Tornado Victims in the U.S., as well as Tsunami Victims in Japan, through the American Red Cross.
Leave it up to Kim to not just be beautiful, but to do beautiful things as well.
And Kim was also joined by a great group of individuals who also came to lend their support, not just to Kim and her Milkshake, but also to the American Red Cross as well.
Oh yeah, and not to mention she also brought down a few of her fine lady friends, which can never be a bad thing.
And by the looks of the swarming photographs demanding to be signed, Kim’s rise to Superstardom is not taking any breaks.
She’ll also be making an appearance Saturday June 4th at Splash Nightclub in Downtown Sacramento.
Her appearance will be at 11pm and Splash is located at :
815 15th Street
Downtown Sacramento, 95814
So if you’re in the Sacto area, be sure to come down and catch a glimpse of Kim Lee’s continued rise to Superstardom.
You don’t want to miss it.
And Congrats Kim, and doing so well, and doing good things while you’re at it as well.
Cisco made the announcement this week that they would be discontinuing their once popular line of “Flip” video cameras, the company they purchased in 2009 for $590 Million dollars. The cut will cost a total of 550 jobs.
Flip cameras gained popularity in today’s voyeur age where ease of use and accessibility for camera use, as well as speed in upload has become a priority. Unfortunately, it is these same characteristics that its consumers desired that led to its demise, as iPhone applications and video cameras built into phones have taken over the market.
Cameras are only good if you have them when you need them, and rather than carrying unnecessary equipment, incorporating HD video cameras into phones, along with apps that can edit and upload to YouTube straight from the cell phone, has caused the market to see some serious damage to their pocketbooks.
Cell phone cameras are also hurting the business of small pocket digital cameras, as higher quality cell phone cameras are now becoming a priority in cell phone design.
If the mp3 taught the CD anything… the best product is one you don’t have to carry with you, and cameras and video cameras in a cell phone which is most people’s daily required item, accomplished just that
NBA Comissioner David Stern fined Kobe Bryant $100,000 for what he said were “offensive and inexcusable” comments made during last night’s home game against the San Antonio Spurs. Kobe used an expletive and an anti-gay slur against a referee after giving the Lakers star a technical foul.
Kobe apologized publicly today stating that his use of the word were used in the heat of the moment of the game, and do not reflect the way he feels about the gay and lesbian community. Kobe also had a phone conversation with Joe Solomonese, President of the Human Rights Campaign, apologizing for his actions.
Solomonese gave a statement that he had a very sincere conversation with Kobe, and they applaud his ability for Kobe to take responsibility for his actions. Solomonese also applauded Comissioner Sterns decision to fine Kobe and to issue the proper statement to the world for Kobe’s actions at a time when “bullying” is also at an all time high around our country, and our world.
Comissioner Stern said in a statement Wednesday:
“Kobe Bryant’s comment during last night’s game was offensive and inexcusable. While I’m fully aware that basketball is an emotional game, such a distasteful term should never be tolerated. Accordingly, I have fined Kobe $100,000. Kobe and everyone associated with the NBA know that insensitive or derogatory comments are not acceptable and have no place in our game or society.”
$100K is a drop in the bucket for Kobe, so while this may be harmful towards his image for now, if he really wanted to punish him, he should’ve done something like a 3 week suspension without pay, especially now while teams are still fighting for their playoff standings.
But guess what, I’m from LA so I probably wouldn’t want that !
What I’ve never understood, is how much profanity occurs on an NBA court during any given game. You would think they would all know by now that there’s damn near 40 video cameras floatin’ around these stadiums at all times, and peeps with microphones and everything. Come on now, you know you hear it on tv all the time, when they’re playin and yell out things like “shi!t!” or “m@ther#ucker”. And we always laugh.
Somebody aint laughin no more
Photo: WireImage/Noel Vasquez