Day: November 22, 2011

LIL WAYNE LAUNCHES YOUNG MONEY DEBIT CARD

According to Vibe Magazine the Young Money debit card is a pre-paid option, released via a partnership with Discover, and allows anyone to obtain credit card capabilities without a pre-credit check. Check out the “commercial” below. …. They can’t be serious. This has got to be joke.

SEAN COMBS AND INTERSCOPE RECORDS CHAIRMAN JIMMY IOVINE RELEASE BOOK DEDICATED TO WOMENS NAKED BUTTOCKS

Music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs has joined forces with Interscope Chairman Jimmy Iovine and fashion photographer and visual artist Raphael Mazzucco to create coffee table book CULO (mean buttock in Italian) which just features women showing off their naked buttocks. Singers Nicole Scherzinger and Lady Gaga (both signed to Interscope) are both featured in the book. CULO by Mazzucco is available in stores and as an e-book. Click HERE to visit the official website. ….. The pictures in this book are described as being “artistic”. People []

UK TV: MEET THE BANDAIS (STARRING FORMER EASTENDERS STAR BUNMI MOJEKWU)

Check out the comedy pilot ‘Meet The Bandais’  starring Bunmi Mojekwu, Tobi Bakare and Adelayo Adedayo. Produced for E4 and directed by Gary Reich, Meet the Bandais is a comedy show following the exploits of a fictional African family called the Bandais as they leave their small village for the first time to live with a couple of unsuspecting and real British families. The hosts have never left the UK, let alone hung out at home with a black family.  What the []

JAMAICAN BOXING FILM ‘GHETT’ A LIFE’ GETS UK WIDE THEATRICAL RELEASE / TRAILER

GHETT’A LIFE is an “against the odds” action drama set in a politically turbulent inner city community of Kingston. Derrick, a determined inner city teenager realizes his dream of becoming a champion boxer despite a country, community and family conflicted by divisive political system. … Ghett’ A Life will be shown in cities/towns across the country including London, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Coventry, Derby, Dudley and Cardiff. [Thanks UB]