“His camel ass at parties wearing shades and s**t and people can’t even get water!! I guess he figures he did his part.
…and he probably doesn’t care cause camels can go without water for a long time…”
(My loyal visitor DCs Finest’s response after reading the news that Jay-Z received an award last night, for his “visionary leadership” of the ‘Water For Life’ project from the United Nations)
In reality though DC and myself know that he did nothing. Jay went to Africa, toured and made a lot of money, visited the poor, carried a bucket, left and hasn’t been back since.)
Tim Westwood is crazy LOL!!! I have to admit I’ve always liked his radio show.
This is a funny interview……
According to the Antifa England News website, a demonstration against black people and rap music has been organised by the Nazi British People’s Party.
The demostration will take place on Saturday 18th October, 11am, out side music store HMV, Lands Lane, Leeds City Centre.
Click here to read more.
British People’s Party Leader Kevin Watmough
Kevin and his cronies clearly have nothing better to do on a Saturday morning.
So you hate rap music, you want it banned from these shores and you hate niggers. BORING!!! Heard it all before Kevin.
[Thanks for sending link T]
What do they hope to achieve by standing outside HMV??? LMAO!!!
I cannot wait to see the photographs/video footage.
Rapper Jay-Z (real name Shawn Carter) received his Global Leadership Award last night (October 1st) at the ultra plush Waldorf Astoria in New York. He received the award for his visionary leadership of ‘Water For Life’ project, and for his partnership with the United Nations.
I remember the ‘Water For Life’ project fronted by Jay. MTV covered the whole event.
About a year and a half ago he embarked on a lucrative tour which covered Europe and then Africa. In Africa he ventured in to various poverty stricken regions with his security team, lifestyle guru and various assistants, spoke to some of the natives, listened intently while the camera’s rolled, visited a school, and carried a heavy bucket of water for a little girl.
However, when the tour ended all seemed to go quiet on the ‘Water For Life’ front, so I’m surprised to see that he’s been awarded for his “visionary leadership” for this project.
Apart from raising awareness of the water crisis for about a day or two what else has he done to deserve this accolade?
Do the villagers that he visited, now have access to clean water within close proximity? Have their living conditions improved thanks to his “visionary leadership” skills?
Enquiring minds want to know!
Anyway congratulations Jay. I’m sure the world’s poor are celebrating the news of your award and raising their glasses filled with contiminated water as we speak!
Jay receives his award from the US Abbassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad
Photographs: WireImage/N. Barnard