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The topic of cheating gets everyone moving and grooving in their seats… especially women! From the internet to Reality T.V shows men and women alike are constantly being EXPOSED for their cheating ways. So people cheat! That’s not news, but let’s throws a little twist into the equation. What would you do if you one day you just happened to be out and about and ran into your best friends significant other (boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife, ect.,) with someone OTHER than your best friend? I remember my grandmother telling me once don’t stick your nose in sh*t because it stinks. With that being said, what’s the right thing to do? Tell? And risk your friend turning on you because there’s NO WAY their significant other would cheat? Or NOT tell and risk your friend hating you for keeping something so sacred away from them.
Personally, I’m on the fence with this one. I believe this is something that should work itself out. What’s done in the dark will always come to the light, is my philosophy, however you have to evaluate your relationship. Is this person someone that will value this information? Or will they ultimately resent you for revealing the information. Bottom line: It’s NOT your business! People get caught up in other people’s business everyday and create unnecessary drama that could be avoided if they simply tended to their own dry existences. What if you actually saw the person with a family member and quickly jumped to the WRONG conclusion? Then you’ve created a rift that didn’t previously exist.
At the end of the day you have to decide whether revealing such information is for your friends benefit or your own! Revealing the butt naked truth may cost you a friend or just leave you… butt naked. (No pun) Give me your thoughts! STORY VIA BUTNAKEDTRUTH
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First, Barack Obama walked out with DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win” as his introduction song. Coming to the podium, he joked, “How do you like my new entrance music?” He then referenced the extreme right wing pundit (who’s also been critical of Beyoncé lately) saying, “Rush Limbaugh warned you about this — second term baby!”
Then, during his opening monologue (at the 4:15 mark of the video above), he referenced Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s recent controversial trip to Cuba, and Hova’s response track “Open Letter.”
“This whole controversy with Jay-Z going to Cuba; it’s unbelievable,” said Obama. “I’ve got 99 problems, and now Jay-Z’s one!”
People have been cracking “99 Problems” jokes for quite some time (since the hit song came out on “The Black Album” in 2004) but hearing Obama bring it back was worth quite a laugh.
Later on, Obama commented on the budget sequester issue, saying, “Republicans fell in love with this thing, and now they can’t stop talking about how much they hate it. It’s like we’re trapped in a Taylor Swift album.”
Check out this Smarter Hip Hop Interview with Dolo the Bandit!
Dolo the Bandit: I’m a cartoonist and always wanted to create my own characters as a kid. DisObeying unLawful Orders is the acronym for Dolo, which is what a Bandit is all about.
Smarter Hip Hop: How long have you been rhyming?
Dolo the Bandit: On an industry standard level, since high school.
Dolo the Bandit: I stand out due to not trying to fit in and follow everyone else. I’m a full artist in every sense and more.
Smarter Hip Hop: For the people that have yet to download your latest EP, Project Monarch, what would you like to say about it? What can listeners expect?
Dolo the Bandit: Expect a piece of music that pays homage to the boom bap sound in hip-hop. Its Jazz inspired, soul influenced, and was the put together shortly before I got shot, it almost didn’t make it!
How do you feel about the current state of Hip Hop?
Dolo the Bandit: I feel like hip-hop is returning slowly but surely. It’s at war with the culture it derived from but hope is alive and well.
Smarter Hip Hop: Where do you see Hip Hop going in the next 5 years?
Dolo The Bandit: I see a curve happening that will hopefully bring back some substance and warmth to the music again.
Smarter Hip Hop: Where do you see Dolo the Bandit as an artist in the next 5 years?
Dolo the Bandit: Being one of the leaders of the new school ushering in the wave of good music and true Emcees.
Smarter Hip Hop: If you had the power to change one thing in Hip Hop right now, what would that be?
Dolo the Bandit: The feminization and fashionista presence that’s running ramped right now.
Smarter Hip Hop: What artists or albums do you currently have in rotation right now?
Dolo the Bandit: no one.
Smarter Hip Hop: Is there anything else you would like to plug? Any last words or shout outs?
Dolo the Bandit: Project Monarch available now for download. Target Practice on the way, look out of the new single ” No Bottom”.
Get more information on Dolo the Bandit at http://www.dolothebanditblog.blogspot.com
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