July 24, 2014
If anything, this is an insult to pimps.
A Jamaican-born pimp who pretended he was hip hop manager but operated a global sex trafficking network used an elaborate ploy convinced beautiful young Australians to become prostitutes and give him the profits.
Daily Mail Australia has obtained documents which show how Damion St Patrick Baston, 37, persuaded young women to be 'hoes' - whores - instead of 'f***ing for free' with their boyfriends.
Photographs obtained from the Florida District Court show Baston toting high-powered semi-automatic weapons, lying in bed covered in Australian bank notes, posing in a fox fur with a fistful of $100 bills, and wearing a bizarre pair of gold fangs.
A Change.org petition is trying to have the seminal (nullus) pr0n film Deep Throat pulled from the market because one of the girls in it later claimed that she "performed" in the film without her consent.
Ridiculous though that may sound, at least we can confirm that Linda Lovelace was in fact in Deep Throat, and she wasn't just saying she was for attention. Sometimes we don't give feminists enough credit.
Stop selling 'Deep Throat' and other revenge porn [Change.org]
This may not have been the best business move, especially if he's back with Diddy, but I'd argue that it's a step in the right direction spiritually.
Mase, who “retired” from rap in 1999 to pursue a career in the ministry, built up thousands of followers split into two churches in Atlanta and Phoenix … preaching the virtues of marriage and family values.
That all came crashing down earlier this year when Mase and his wife divorced, causing most of his flock to flee in anger. As for those stalwart loyalists, well Mase says … screw them.
He’s dropped all ties with both churches and is playing regular rap gigs around L.A., jumping back into his former lifestyle hardcore.
In his defense, it sounds like his wife was making him buy that shit, and now he's dropping her like a bad habit.
Moore and Glynn own nine properties in Michigan and New York, including a Manhattan condo that once was three apartments. CelebrityNetWorth.com pegs their wealth at $50 million. [...] “He criticizes capitalism, but capitalism made him rich,” said Gary Tracy, owner of Bellaire Bait and Tackle.
Reserving judgment until I hear Deonta Fletcher's side of the story.