If we had to rank the three most disappointing things not to happen in our lives, it would be these. We have never: 1. Dunked a basketball on a regulation goal. We play basketball, in some form or fashion, at least five times a week. Frankly, we love it. Yet apparently we did something so horribly a ... More >>
Well, things didn't quite pan out for Houston MC Cornbreadd on MTV's 50 Cent: The Money and the Power. After a good run, he came in third, lasting until last night's season finale. A couple of dozen people assembled at Boondocks to watch the finale and wish Cornbredd well, but he seemed to be p ... More >>
Courtesy MTV The Cast of Tha Money & Tha Power; Cornbredd is at far left Cornbredd rocks the Westheimer Block PartyHouston MC Cornbreadd, frontman for vicious rap-rockers Tha Fucking Transmissions, is one of those people you call with a couple of simple questions and wind up on t ... More >>
Eminem feat. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent, "Crack A Bottle" The Good: Many bottles will be popped during tonight's festivities, we imagine, if not quite as many models. Also, the ongoing partnerships between this trio of rap titans says something about the present state of race relations in this country, ... More >>
And now it's time for the "I love you like a fat kid loves cake" memorial Worst Lyrics of 2008, March Madness-style tournament, this year a terrifying mélange of appalling oral-sex requests, bargain-bin philosophies, grammatical atrocities, and cringe-inducing pillow talk. To elevate the drama, I p ... More >>
[Ed. note: Before Camaro blows your doors off, Tha Fucking Transmissions' Cornbredd hosts a watch party for his reality show 50 Cent: The Money and the Power at 8:30 p.m.]
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