KOTD – Rap Battle – Charlie Clips vs Daylyt ***messymandella***

 
The underground scene is drawing attention from other countries, cultures all over what a piece of the action.

 

If we ignore the naysayers and instigators that can’t leave street mess in the streets, our culture will continue to flourish.

 

 Battle Rap politics, also omits energy from the culture.

Daylyt  did not have mountains of deranged lunacy,bodily functions, or stripping as he has attempted in previous battles, and no barz left in the third round…

This time everyone had a third round, and Charlie Clips still proves that he will not be removed from the top,and will show love to all battle leagues.

Daylyt still could get a check and I think he funnels NY-Quill but he wasn’t up to those  predictable, DHEC  violation Antics.

2-1  Charlie Clips

PSA- New battle rap fans spend too much time insulting each other on YouTube,and everyone is a critic. Don’t quite understand why YouTube and Twitter Trolls spend so much time keyboard thugging? It ain’t even that serious…
 

 
Remember that interview on VLAD?I am sure he was paid all of this amount and more.Yep…
 
 
 
 

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IT HAPPENS!

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Eva Mendes Pregnant At 40 Years Old!***messymandella***

 

 

 

NSFW:SOUTH CAROLINA- Young Jeezy, Fabolous, Big Meech,Wacka***messymandella***

 
Believe it or not,South Carolina has catapulted to the top in the Drug Trade statistics. You shocked! We’ll video footage don’t lie, and with the intercontinental respect that our Gangs have garnered it makes it impossible to bypass my state with that easy money.  I couldn’t write a story, if I did not have first hand experience and love for our people. If you are to believe that once a dealer gets Fed Time his hustling team ends, you are delusional. Nothing ends! Nothing quits, you have been brainwashed and lost if you think that.
We have gang shootings everywhere. We have the “Colony” “Gonzalez Gardens” and “Saxon Homes” where you could get your hair braided,a game of Spades, and everything else you need.
Don’t let the prissy fool you, I could have been Santra Rucker.

 

 

I was blessed, but everybody will not receive that blessing. Now, If you are in any part of Columbia, S.C. you better watch what you wear and who you stare it. That small glare could end your last seconds on Earth.

Don’t think we don’t move weight here,and have a thriving community of crime, ask Leon Lott.
 
We all will have to step out of our comfort zones, and touch the game to understand it. I myself, have never sold drugs or been in a gang but I can’t narrate a story I never experienced the people and the places. I know some of these men and women personally, and are incarcerated now. They don’t have a chance to recommend anyone to the game but, stay away B!
I am.
Now, I have been to the neighborhoods I mentioned and know first hand and these places are nothing but murder, gang violence, and hustling. It is so easy to be sold a dream…
 

Just To Make You Smile***messymandella***

Listen as Blaze says, “no” and “but why” and “no I don’t.” This video came out earlier this year,but it will still make you smile. You have to appreciate how intelligent animals truly are and how they adapt, and have temper tantrums, just like us.

REVISTED:Donald Goines ***messymandella***

 

Donald Goines

Donald Goines (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Donald Goines books were introduced to me five years ago, and I am captivated by his personalized admission of his own insecurities and shame of not being able to leave the drug game behind to focus on all other aspects of the culture. If you have never read a Donald Goines book, be advised no topic is overlooked. He takes your mind to the depravity that haunts you in your nightmares. 

The protagonist in his novels are a little too real…

         Could he have been too real to the dealers and hustlers in the neighborhood? Sometimes a fictional character can be a carbon copy of the man down the street. In a sense this could have caused his demise, because some of his novels were written behind bars. Could they have assumed he was snitching? Yes, he could have assumed that he world knew he was discussing to create a buzz for his books?

“Donald Goines was born in Detroit to a relatively comfortable family – his parents, Joseph and Myrtle Goines, owned a local dry cleaner, and he did not have problems with the law or drugs. The children occasionally helped at the shop. Goines attended Catholic elementary school and was expected to go into his family’s laundry business. Instead Goines enlisted in the US Air Force, and to get in he had to lie his age. From 1952 to 1955 he served in the army. During this period he got hooked on heroin. When he returned to Detroit from Japan, he was a heroin addict.

The next 15 years from 1955 Goines spent pimping, robbing, stealing, bootlegging, and running numbers, or doing time. His seven prison sentences totaled 6,5 years. While in jail in the 1960s he first attempted to write Westerns without much success – he loved cowboy movies. A few years later, serving a different sentence at a different prison, he was introduced to the work of Iceberg Slim (Robert Beck). Before his release, Goines finished two books, Dopefiend (1971) and the semi-autobiographical Whoreson (1972). The latter novel was a story about the son of a prostitute who becomes a Detroit ghetto pimp. Also Beck’s first book, Pimp: The Story of My Life (1967), was autobiographical. Goines was released in 1970, after which he wrote 16 novels with Holloway House, Iceberg Slim’s publisher. Hoping to get rid of surroundings – he was back on smack – he moved with his family to the Los Angeles ghetto of Watts.”-A.L. Clarke

Imagine someone so horrific that  to get out of their hood, he  forged a birth certificate at 14 Years Old,  just to join the air force. Donald knew he wanted to escape from the horrors of the hood. Donald leaving the hood was a gift and a curse. He became addicted to Heroine at 15 years old. By that time, he was still reading and embracing the writings of Iceberg Slim, but he couldn’t quite kick that habit. So when he came back from War,  his Heroine War still existed. He went to jail repeatedly and joined the Crime Underworld.

People will try to escape waiting to  hand him that street work, but he pimped, and hustled.

Donald in the end met the characters in his book and dealt with so many that he became too real for his audience. 

      When you write fiction about the Street Life, that fiction was not  comfort to the end. When he was murdered with his common law wife, it  could have been a drug deal gone bad?  Some believe his realistic books labeled him an information.
He repeatedly entered jail, and wrote books while behind bars.
In the hood, if someone is regularly arrested, but always get back out, they can be labeled as a snitch. Donald’s stories were too descriptive, that local criminals believed that he was talking about them,even if his books are considered fiction.

          Donald and his girlfriend were both shot and killed together. No one knows who murdered them.
When you assume that the hood does not destroy you, you underestimate the common link of failure and destruction. The game will lead to riches,but you never know who will set you up, or try to rob you of your riches.

           The real understand that the game may lead to fame,but to make it you have to stay away from that stage. It is so easy to lay down with fleas and want to be seen and to turn off the rest of the world, but only for the lost. The Real understand…

 

 

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Come In Get It BAE -G I R L Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin, Paris ***messymandella***

 

“G I R L” is a contemporary art exhibition curated by Pharrell Williams for Galerie Perrotin’s new space, the Salle de Bal, a former ballroom in the Marais area of Paris. 37 artists including Takashi Murakami, Marina Abramovic, and Daniel Arsham have come together to pay tribute to femininity.

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Ravon Jordan, 19 Year Old Anti Violence Advocate Murdered***messymandella***

 
       If you don’t believe in karma and self-love,you will never grasp the severity of pulling that trigger. We encounter prophets and angels that are only given to us for a season. A hero’s death is of grand design, and painful just for that reason and here for our self reflection. We alter our views, when innocence is lost. A 19 Year old man risked his life and street credit to remind us what the Civil Rights movement was about, and how horribly embarrassing  it would be, to look any Civil Rights Activist in  the face in 2014.  He will be memorialized in Fayetteville, North Carolina and in others who desire safety and love and  betterment for everyone.

             I have a difficult time writing some stories, because I can experience a heaviness in my heart that will bring forth more pain than any tears. Now, Ravon Jordan will remain a part of why I am ***messymandella***. When you intend to bring forth change in your communities and family structures, not too many people hunger for that wisdom.  We alter our perceptions, when a 19 Year 0ld boy risks his life and street credit so we can live in a community that we would take pride in and sit on the front porches, without fear. 

       Every time we mute a messenger we only transmute the message. Ravon’s  death is not in vain, and with diligence and hurtful reflection, we will prove it. Hero’s don’t have a certain age, they  are  just too good for this place, and this death is hard to except, because we  would rather kill the ones that would die for us.

He was a hero and my tears are all over this lap top… 

Rest In Peace, Ravon you are now safe, you angel and hero.

 

 

 

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