Video: Wiz Khalifa – Prince of the City 2 Trailer

Yessir, another mixtape trailer. Prince of the City 2 drops 11/20.


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105 Responses to “Video: Wiz Khalifa – Prince of the City 2 Trailer”

  1. cOLD Says:

    naw

  2. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Church!!

  3. Phuque Says:

    landLORD Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 4:37 pm

    DBILLZ said

    ^Rey said it best yesterday. If I’m Xavier, then Magneto gotta kick the ball over the fence (c) Beans, just to rattle things.

    Epiphany: Magneto = Malcolm, Xavier = Martin (?)

    Walk with me…

    —————–

    *scrunched up face*

    … please, hand me some crutches … ill do my best to keep up (not at all)

    ^^^

    Makes perfect sense:

    Xavier = Martin, using a non-violent approach in an attempt to co-exist w/ humans….

    Magneto = Malcolm, sees an inevitable war w/ humans…views them as oppressors to his race…

  4. RIGZ Says:

    deya!

  5. lo k Says:

    yup

  6. landLORD Says:

    @green eyes

    … “pagan ritual” was the answer i was looking for …. sorry …

    … but we do have some consolation prizes for you “backstage” …

  7. Phuque Says:

    *ghostrides the yellow bus*

  8. green eyes Says:

    # landLORD Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    @green eyes

    … “pagan ritual” was the answer i was looking for …. sorry …

    … but we do have some consolation prizes for you “backstage” …

    ^ i tried.

  9. cOLD Says:

    uno mussy ah ton fool, wha di blood cleet you a chat bout.

  10. landLORD Says:

    … wiz khalifa is nice in the boof … been hearing him for couple years now underground … Pittsburgh, right ? …. he was on an old Dipset mixtape …

  11. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    landLORD Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:45 pm
    @green eyes

    … “pagan ritual” was the answer i was looking for …. sorry …

    … but we do have some consolation prizes for you “backstage” …

    ^ Break it down for’em Land…..

  12. el feces loco Says:

    *looks at myspace notes*

    *sees he has a note from Kelly Jay aka Beautiful from FOL*

    *opens and reads*

    *sees address and shipping info*

    *his day is made*

  13. I Fux Says:

    I respect his spit(c) Eskay directed at Whiz Khalifa

    ^^^^^^^AYOOOOOOOOOOO

  14. lo k Says:

    ***Thats the next Redskins Game….vs. Dallas, BTW…I think that the Cowboys/Skins rivalry was manufactured by the league to fit into that Cowboys vs. Indians motiff

    ^^LF: I just realized that when any team in football plays the redskins, they’re hittin’ the skins… (**none)

    **the afforementioned is disclaimed as result of it being men “hitting the skins” with other men (none x2)…

  15. I Fux Says:

    Eskay getting that PEPSI GUAP *daps*

  16. green eyes Says:

    i liked my answer better.

    and re your malcom/martin/xmen theory– you;re only addressing both of their early ideals

  17. ARCHANGELimperial Says:

    Here.

  18. el feces loco Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 4:46 pm

    uno mussy ah ton fool, wha di blood cleet you a chat bout.

    ^^^mi nuh even know moretime mi all ah cum yasoh(nawgwaan) fi chat to miself to raatid..dem bwoi yah..mi nuh even nuh whe fi stawt dread.

  19. Phuque Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 4:49 pm

    i liked my answer better.

    and re your malcom/martin/xmen theory– you;re only addressing both of their early ideals

    ^^^

    Not if you read the comic book…

    *ducks*

  20. Babydoll Says:

    Now that’s how the fuck you do a mixtape trailer! Somebody tell Cam’s camp to take notes….

  21. I Fux Says:

    The Knicks have fined Marbury almost $200,000 for bolting from the team Tuesday, though Marbury claimed he had permission to return to New York

    ^^^ Marbury is a piece of shit he hasnt grown at all as far as Mentally being able to handle not being the man. dude is a certified loser…..check his teams after he leaves

  22. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Celebrating Genocide
    By Dan Brook
    November 20, 2005

    Many people annually get as stuffed as their turkeys in celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving is a quintessentially American holiday, so much so that it is not just a holiday, but really is (as the etymology implies) one of our Holy Days, almost universally celebrated by Americans. In its sacredness, families get together to (unintentionally?) celebrate one genocide (against Native Americans) by committing another (against turkeys). Can we celebrate in good faith and conscience?

    On Thanksgiving Day, we give thanks. We give thanks for being the invader, the exploiter, the dominator, the greedy, the gluttonous, the colonizer, the thief, indeed the genocidaire, rather than on the other side of imperialism?s zero-sum murderous game. As Mark Twain points out in his War Prayer, wishing and being thankful for one?s own success and victory is, at the very same time, wishing and being thankful for another?s defeat and destruction. Do we want to make these kinds of wishes and give these kinds of thanks?

    The Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran declared that ?it is the honor of the murdered that they are not the murderers?. Perhaps, but it is a very difficult honor to uphold. Native Americans, at least those who have survived the over 500 year genocidal project, are the poorest ethnic group in the richest country of the world. Each year, a group of Native Americans gather at Plymouth Rock on Thanksgiving Day to mourn and fast in honor of their people and in memory of what is lost. What do we want to be honored for? What honors are Americans thankful for?

    It was once earnestly asked by Native Americans, ?Why do you take by force what you can have by love?? Christopher Columbus reports in his personal diary that when he arrived in the Americas he was amazed. The Arawaks, with curiosity and joy, came to greet the people coming off the ships from Europe. The Arawaks (whom Columbus mistakenly thought were Indians) were a peaceful people, by all accounts, willing to share anything they had, offering both emotional kindness and their physical objects. Columbus describes how remarkable these people were. So innocent of weapons and violence, Arawak people would initially reach out their hands to feel the strange, shiny objects called swords. The Arawaks would only ?work? for a few hours a day, ?spending? the rest of their time relaxing, socializing, and creating their culture in the ways that people most enjoy. Columbus also tells of how the Arawaks had no ?shame?, being able to walk around naked or make love whenever they pleased. With the tiny amount of gold on their island, they fashioned jewelry to adorn themselves. As with many other pre-contact indigenous groups, the Arawaks essentially lived in Utopia. Can Americans be thankful for living in a utopian society? Are we thankful for having destroyed one? Should we be grateful for having so many deadly weapons? For being so greedy for gold, both actual and metaphorical?

    As Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange is fond of pointing out, Columbus could have done one of a few different things after encountering the Arawaks of whom he was so impressed: (1) Columbus could have quit his travels and lived the rest of his days amongst this remarkable people. In fact, millions of people today spend thousands of dollars and their precious couple of weeks of vacation trying to experience modern conditions resembling these ancient ones. (2) Columbus could also have continued on his journeys, exploring other islands, encountering new peoples, and searching for India and elsewhere with which to trade. While doing so, he could have expanded and developed his writings, perhaps doing valuable ethnographic and comparative sociological research. (3) Another possibility is that Columbus could have rushed back to Europe, declaring the wonders of Arawak society and urging that the best minds of Europe go to visit and study the Arawaks. As a result of doing so, Europeans could have incorporated aspects of Arawak society into their own, if not emulating it altogether. Are we proud of and thankful for our hubris and ethnocentrism?

    Of course, Columbus did none of these. Apparently, there was a fourth possibility. With grave implications, Columbus wrote in his diary that with fifty men he could enslave the entire population and capture all their gold. This was no empty boast. The ?savage? Arawaks were enslaved, many were tortured, their labor exploited, and their wealth stolen and shipped off to Europe. During this process of imperialist superexploitation, men had their hands chopped off, women had their breasts sliced and their pregnant bellies cut open, babies were thrown into the air, sometimes crashing to the ground and other times being impaled on those strange, shiny swords, presumably all in the name of Christianity, Civilization, and, eventually, Capitalism. The Arawaks were literally exploited to death and they are now extinct, all of them having been killed off through virulent brutality, overwork, and disease. Are Americans thankful they weren?t Arawaks? Are we thankful for not being the dehumanized ?Other??

    The Pilgrims later came to America to escape religious persecution from the British, apparently in order to commit ethnic and religious persecution against the Native Americans and, later on, others. And this they did, and we in fact continue to do, effectively and mercilessly. At the time of the first Thanksgiving in 1621, it was also the dawn of another type of genocide. 1619 marks the first year that human beings were brutally ?imported? from Africa to become slaves in America, if they happened to survive the cruel capture and horrific Atlantic crossing. So while Africans were being heartlessly torn away from their homes and families, viciously enslaved and dehumanized, tortured and killed, Native Americans were being attacked and annihilated. By the time that President Lincoln re-invented and instituted the Thanksgiving Day tradition in the early 1860s, the US was fighting its civil war. The US Civil War may have been fought over slavery (and labor more generally), though it was certainly not fought for the slaves (or for laborers). Sadly, there is much, much more to the tragic history of genocide and US complicity. Is it for this legacy that Americans give thanks? Are Americans thankful for the results of racism and classism?

    In Europe, during the 1930s and 1940s, various demographic groups were being systematically targeted by the Nazis, including leftists and unionists, people with physical and mental disabilities, Jews and Jehovah?s Witnesses, gays and lesbians, the Roma (so-called Gypsies) and the small number of Blacks, as well as other misfortunate minorities. Although we now know that the US had accurate aerial photographs of the rail lines leading to and from the death camps since 1941, among other pertinent information obtained even earlier, the US did not enter the war against fascist Germany until almost 1942, only after the US was physically attacked by Japan. Even then, however, the US neither bombed the rail lines or the death camps themselves, nor allowed in large numbers of refugees from fascism. Indeed, just like Haitians in the 1990s and Afghans in 2001, Jews in the 1940s were sometimes turned back to their respective Hell. Millions and millions of people died unnecessarily. Adding insult to injury, the US government even paid war reparations to US corporations, including General Motors, which were supplying the Nazi military with much-needed machinery and vehicles, for the damage done to their German factories due to the Allied bombing campaign. (The US government went further by guaranteeing safe passage for many Nazi officers and even employing a number of them, some of whom helped advance biological and chemical weaponry as well as death penalty technology in the US. Other Nazi officers were supported, especially in Europe and Latin America, as an oppositional force against real or suspected communism.) Likewise, the US was seemingly uninterested in Japan?s genocide against the Chinese in Nanking, and then did (and does) little to stop China?s genocide of the Tibetans since the 1950s. The US has also never been interested in the genocide against the Kurds or Armenians. The US was interested, however, in setting up concentration camps in 1942 for Japanese-Americans and, to a much lesser extent, Germans and Italians. Are Americans thankful for our hypocrisy and selective democracy?

    In 1965, the US supported and facilitated genocide in Indonesia. Under the US-supported military dictatorship, half a million to a million communist-sympathizing peasants were killed in Indonesia. Their lives are considered so worthless that a more accurate number of those killed is nearly impossible. (A more recent example of this mentality is from the Gulf War, during which US bulldozing tanks buried an unknown number of slaughtered Iraqis in the desert. When asked how many were killed and buried in these mass unmarked graves, General Colin Powell coldly replied that he wasn?t interested and didn?t care. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright followed up that mentality by stating on TV that the hundreds of thousands of additional kids who have died since the war, due to sanctions, are a worthwhile price to pay. For whom?) The US supplied some 90% of the weapons and training to the Indonesian military, in addition to favorable trade and investment, but also provided logistics and specific names of Indonesian activists to be targeted for death. The Indonesian military gladly obliged, taking the US hit list and then accomplishing their task as best as possible. Since 1975, similarly, the US has sponsored and abetted genocide in Indonesian-occupied East Timor, culminating in the latest round of ?newsworthy? massacres at the end of 1999. Nearly the same time that the modern Indonesian/East Timorese tragedy began, the US condoned genocide in Cambodia, after committing acts of genocide throughout South East Asia in the 1960s and 1970s. In the 1980s, the US supported vicious and murderous wars in Central America, central Asia, and southern Africa, in which hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, were killed, with many more disabled, displaced, and disappeared. The US also sat idly by during the genocide in Rwanda in the 1990s, while almost totally ignoring slavery and genocide in Sudan throughout that entire decade. Furthermore, the US persists in continuously building, vigorously marketing, and violently employing chemical, biological, nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction. Are Americans proud of US foreign policy? Of supporting murderous dictators and regimes? Of maintaining deadly double standards?

    At the same time that the US has, by far, the most expensive and powerful military on Earth, it also has a high poverty rate, the largest prison population, a relatively high infant mortality rate, tremendous overconsumption and waste, a stingy and demeaning welfare program, an active capital punishment program, and almost as many privately owned guns as people. Are Americans proud of US domestic policy? Of supporting murderous policies and programs? Of maintaining deadly discriminatory standards?

    There are many reasons to celebrate and Americans have a lot to be thankful for. Genocide should not be one of those things. What are we doing on Thanksgiving Day? We would be appropriately appalled if Germany or Austria were celebrating a Holocaust Memorial Day, where Germans and Austrians got together with their families for dinner on their official day off, joyously remembering the things that are important to them, just as American families get together for Thanksgiving Day and think of things to be thankful for. (Similar scenarios, just as ugly, could be constructed for white supremacists, rapists, and murderers.) Some activities and events are inappropriate just because of the context in which they occur and the history of suffering they represent. Thanksgiving Day is clearly part of that history. Are Americans thankful for forgetting their own history, for having collective cultural and political amnesia?

    We do not have to feel guilty, but we do need to feel something. At the very least, we need to reflect on how and what we feel. We should also review our history and what it means to us and others, while we must rethink our adopted traditions, including our Thanksgiving High Holy Day. My personal (and therefore political!) resolution for the new year is to stop celebrating genocide. American Thanksgiving may be sacred to some, but it?s utterly profane to me.

  23. landLORD Says:

    … holding Babydoll > holding grudges …

    … 1 …

  24. green eyes Says:

    Not if you read the comic book…

    *ducks*

    ^ LMAO.

  25. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    My fault for the long article, but its worth the read.

  26. blaze22 Says:

    Whats the name of that song on the trailer?

  27. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    green eyes Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:49 pm
    i liked my answer better.

    and re your malcom/martin/xmen theory– you;re only addressing both of their early ideals

    ***If you’re talking about Magneto being Malcolm, and Xavier being Martin, Bryan Singer pretty much said that in the commentary on the X-men DVD…kinda made me do that “whatever, m’fukka” pout (n/h)…I ain’t seen Malcolm X bend naan spoon with his mind, nigga….

    (jokes, people, jokes…the DVD commentary part was true…the only reason i remember that, is that X-men came out when DVDs were some new shit, and I acutally thought commentaries would add something to the movie)

  28. cOLD Says:

    mi nuh even know moretime mi all ah cum yasoh(nawgwaan) fi chat to miself to raatid..dem bwoi yah..mi nuh even nuh whe fi stawt dread.

    lol nawgwaan … at all

    mi say mi see nuff talk bout ah Magneto and ah bumba claut Malcolm, Xavier. So mi say tu mi self ah wha diss, di pussy claut dem mussy figet bout pum pum and all dem ting deh. cho!

  29. 456 Says:

    the x-men: mutants has always been a metaphor for being black. nightcrawler alone (c) blueblack

  30. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:54 pm
    My fault for the long article, but its worth the read.

    ***I’ll have to take your word on that, fam, lol…

  31. cOLD Says:

    My fault for the long article, but its worth the read

    ^the link would of been suffice

  32. ARCHANGELimperial Says:

    What the hell is that? A movie script? Genocide is a “Not Snitching” neighborhood campaign.

  33. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    456 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:56 pm
    the x-men: mutants has always been a metaphor for being black. nightcrawler alone (c) blueblack

    ***Better yet, the Beast, the self hating mutant….

  34. lo k Says:

    late pass: that week 33 free is crazy… fuck all y’all haters, that was serious right there…

  35. I Fux Says:

    whiz khalifa …….sux ass (none) just how many more unoriginal mothafucka’s can we get

  36. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:57 pm
    My fault for the long article, but its worth the read

    ^the link would of been suffice

    ^ I get moderated when every I try to post a link.

  37. I Fux Says:

    lo k Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:57 pm
    late pass: that week 33 free is crazy… fuck all y’all haters, that was serious right there…

    ^^ Ya I Co-Sign that nigga!

  38. el feces loco Says:

    *brain crickets*

    WTF is this SquawRight?..Are there any indians on this site?..I hate turkey..thats my major beef with Thanksgiving….they should make the official TX meal be cheeseburgers.

  39. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    I get moderated when every I try to post a link.

    ***Take off the “http”, or put spaces between the letters

  40. nation Says:

    # I Fux Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 4:47 pm

    I respect his spit(c) Eskay directed at Whiz Khalifa

    ^^^^^^^AYOOOOOOOOOOO

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LOL

  41. RIGZ Says:

    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:54 pm
    My fault for the long article, but its worth the read.

    ^ Word. The Arawaks were in Jamaica before us too…They’re all dead now though…

  42. I Fux Says:

    Yo my fam does it big on Turkey day like 3 Turkeys Hams all kinds of shit…..Mexicans like to cook and eat all fucking day

  43. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:59 pm
    I get moderated when every I try to post a link.

    ***Take off the “http”, or put spaces between the letters

    ^ Good looking

  44. green eyes Says:

    ..I hate turkey..thats my major beef with Thanksgiving….they should make the official TX meal be cheeseburgers.

    ^ lmao.. so the man who hates hov and american gangster for celebrating the exploitation & destruction of harlem only hates thanksgivng becuase they serve turkey???

  45. I Fux Says:

    Good looking
    ^AYOOOOOOOOOOO

  46. cOLD Says:

    frisk by policia > whiz kalifa

  47. 456 Says:

    ***Better yet, the Beast, the self hating mutant….

    ^the morlocks were the angry realnigga mutants who got behind magneto because their was no way they could crossover. the x-men were the naacp maufuckas.

  48. I Fux Says:

    A well Made Turkey is a Fucking Great meal…..damn Ima cook Turkey more often that ish will feed you for a good week

  49. Mac Brown Says:

    Fried turkey is the only way to eat.

  50. blaze22 Says:

    Anyone got name of that first song on there?

  51. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    damn Ima cook Turkey more often that ish will feed you for a good week

    ***Word..off like $20….

  52. RIGZ Says:

    the morlocks were the angry realnigga mutants

    ^The Morlocks were victims of genocide courtesy of Sabertooth,Gambit and Mr.Sinister..They dead yo..

  53. I Fux Says:

    wizz in a tortilleria > whiz khalifa

  54. k Says:

    aaayyyy that shit was hard

  55. el feces loco Says:

    ^ Word. The Arawaks were in Jamaica before us too…They’re all dead now though…

    ^^And the maroons…A mixture of which we officially call “Cooley Indians ” on the island

    Originally called Xamayca(indian)…eventually turned into Jamaica aka “Jah Make Ya”…or quite simply..god made us…Jamaicans are superior to Americans.

  56. ARCHANGELimperial Says:

    Fried turkey is richard pryer on crack.

  57. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:00 pm
    Good looking
    ^AYOOOOOOOOOOO

    ^ How does that get an AYOOOO?

  58. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Mac Brown Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:02 pm
    Fried turkey is the only way to eat.

    ***Fuckin’ Texas, home of “fried twinkies” and “fried coca cola (WTF?)LOL…y’all niggas prolly make your plates, then dip them joints in the deep fryer…fucking bread, corn, stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce, everything…the whole shit fried, lol….all jokes aside, I heard fried turkey is the truth, but I haven’t got around to trying it, yet…

  59. I Fux Says:

    I havent been as impeccably hard today as usual, I have actually been quite soft almost leather so soft, No disrespect to the regulars who expect a certain amount of grandoise(sp) behavior from the GOD!

  60. Babydoll Says:

    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:57 pm
    whiz khalifa …….sux ass (none) just how many more unoriginal mothafucka’s can we get

    ^LMAO…I was looking at it like do I know this nigga? He look like somebody I seen before…SMH

  61. yaboy Says:

    lmao @ ifux

    smh @ at the one word comments when a new post comes out… everyone trying to get ‘First’ and make it look like they aren’t trying n shit…

  62. green eyes Says:

    i havent tried fried turkey yet

  63. louiefuse Says:

    true story… wiz’s clique was grillin my clique at a function. had me like WTF who is this guy on stage?

  64. 456 Says:

    ..I hate turkey..thats my major beef with Thanksgiving….they should make the official TX meal be cheeseburgers.

    ^most thanksgiving food is nasty. fuckin candied yams. beets. stuffing.

  65. Dem Says:

    # k Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:04 pm

    aaayyyyooooooo that shit was hard

  66. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^The Morlocks were victims of genocide courtesy of Sabertooth,Gambit and Mr.Sinister..They dead yo..

    ***That’s where they went to that Island, Genosha or whatever it was called? Like in the late 80s, early 90s, right? Mr Sinister had a helluva hightop fade, lol….

  67. blaze22 Says:

    Wiz Khalifa has been honored by Rolling Stone Magazine in their 40th anniversary issue by being named one of the top 40 up-and-coming artists in the world.

  68. RIGZ Says:

    Jamaicans are superior to Americans.

    ^Say Word…W-w-Word! (c) Q-Tip & Busta X5

  69. I Fux Says:

    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:04 pm
    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:00 pm
    Good looking
    ^AYOOOOOOOOOOO

    ^ How does that get an AYOOOO?

    ^^the ayoo police is that ——————->

    Word Yaboy thats why you always see at least a bar from the kid if I get First

  70. Dem Says:

    i havent tried fried turkey yet

    ^ couple years ago, mad people made the news cuz they burned their houses down tryin’ to fry turkey. smh.

  71. green eyes Says:

    ..They dead yo..

    ^ that made me laugh.

  72. Mac Brown Says:

    LOL at Ike…….yeah…we got fried pickles here too (I personally find that disgusting)

    But fried turkey’s sooo good you wanna chop it up with a razor and snort dat shit!!!

  73. 456 Says:

    ^ Word. The Arawaks were in Jamaica before us too…They’re all dead now though…

    ^^nah, my grandmother was pure arawak. but yeah most are dead.

  74. el feces loco Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:00 pm

    ..I hate turkey..thats my major beef with Thanksgiving….they should make the official TX meal be cheeseburgers.

    ^ lmao.. so the man who hates hov and american gangster for celebrating the exploitation & destruction of harlem only hates thanksgivng becuase they serve turkey???

    ^^Hahaha..good one..I dont hate Hov..i hate what he’s become..dude could be on some Barack Obama shit…nigga wanna rap about heroine..thas cool.

    Turkey is too dry tho..that shit taste like cardboard meat.(naw)..

  75. cOLD Says:

    ^ I get moderated when every I try to post a link.

    take off http made.

  76. nation Says:

    >> “ya’ll turning me into Malcolm X” – Land & Ballerina P

    see my name ain’t Malcolm… can’t X me out (c) Cam

  77. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    lol @ Mac….but on the real, have you heard about Fried Coca Cola? How do you even do that shit? And why?

    BTW, here’s a pic of Mr. Sinister from X-men,and his hightop fade..

    http://www.ticon.net/~dan/comix/sin04.jpg

  78. Jamz Says:

    The Wiz is back, huh? I never even this dude had even left or came for that matter.

  79. I Fux Says:

    Dem Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:07 pm
    i havent tried fried turkey yet

    ^ couple years ago, mad people made the news cuz they burned their houses down tryin’ to fry turkey. smh.

    Lambo same color as cranberrry sauce/ohhh lawdddd(c) 50 I think

    ^^^ WORD!

  80. SeeAmI? Says:

    this dude looks like juelz santana on crack…

  81. el feces loco Says:

    # Babydoll Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:05 pm

    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:57 pm
    whiz khalifa …….sux ass (none) just how many more unoriginal mothafucka’s can we get

    ^LMAO…I was looking at it like do I know this nigga? He look like somebody I seen before…SMH

    ^^Plies maybe?

  82. I Fux Says:

    arawak

    ^^ Word in the early 90’s i had some kicks like that for skating and shittttt, them indians used to make some fly kicks, too bad they extinct now, NO Disrespect

  83. RIGZ Says:

    Mr Sinister had a helluva hightop fade, lol….

    ^The illest. Kid N Play would be jealous

  84. Babydoll Says:

    el feces loco Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:10 pm
    # Babydoll Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:05 pm

    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 4:57 pm
    whiz khalifa …….sux ass (none) just how many more unoriginal mothafucka’s can we get

    ^LMAO…I was looking at it like do I know this nigga? He look like somebody I seen before…SMH

    ^^Plies maybe?

    ^LOL…a skinny ass Plies

  85. Mac Brown Says:

    @ Ike

    Yeah I’ve heard of it. I think mix it with batter and fry it. I don’t eat that shit either.

    TX is the epidome of a poor diet state. smh. If it weren’t for genetics I’d be fat as hell

  86. I Fux Says:

    ^^Plies maybe?

    ^LOL…a skinny ass Plies

    ^^ Or quite possibly Little BayBay and ’em’s cousin JuneJune from up the street Skyline Ave and Meadowbrook

  87. green eyes Says:

    ^^Plies maybe?

    ^ he reminds of the the cats i used to kick it with in high school. smh.

  88. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    DALLAS — There are fried Twinkies and even fried candy bars.

    Now, vendor Abel Gonzales Jr. has come up with a new artery-clogging concoction for the State Fair of Texas. It’s fried Coke.

    Gonzales deep-fries Coca-Cola-flavored batter. He then drizzles Coke fountain syrup on it. The fried Coke is topped with whipped cream, cinnamon sugar and a cherry. Gonzales said the fried Coke came about just from thinking aloud.

    Gonzales’ diet-buster wins the creativity honor at the second-annual Big Tex Choice Awards Contest.

    Judges for the contest chose Shirley London’s Fried Praline Perfection as the tastiest fried delicacy.

    The two won out among 26 entries such as fried macaroni and cheese and a deep-fried cosmopolitan.

    London said she came up with the fried pralines idea after buying pralines at the fair last year. She plans to sell the pralines alongside fried marshmallows.

    Gonzales achieved notoriety in 2005 with the fried peanut butter, banana, and jelly sandwich — selling an estimated 25,000 of the treats, according to the fair’s Web site. The site said London got media attention in 2004 with her fried marshmallows on-a-stick.

    This is the same state fair that brought about the corn dog. The Web site said Neil and Carl Fletcher conjured up a sweetened corn-battered wiener on-a-stick and sold it for 15 cents during the 1942 State Fair of Texas.

    The fair begins Sept. 29.

  89. Babydoll Says:

    I Fux Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:10 pm
    Dem Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:07 pm
    i havent tried fried turkey yet

    ^ couple years ago, mad people made the news cuz they burned their houses down tryin’ to fry turkey. smh.

    ^LOL…yeah now Nationwide Insurance has commercial with that Dennis Haysbert dude (the black president from that tv show) cautioning people because “it’s that time of year again”

  90. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Mac Brown Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:13 pm
    @ Ike

    Yeah I’ve heard of it. I think mix it with batter and fry it. I don’t eat that shit either.

    TX is the epidome of a poor diet state. smh. If it weren’t for genetics I’d be fat as hell

    ^ Louisiana has got to be the worst.

  91. 456 Says:

    BTW, here’s a pic of Mr. Sinister from X-men,and his hightop fade..

    http://www.ticon.net/~dan/comix/sin04.jpg

    ^they call that cut a “ewing”

  92. I Fux Says:

    Mac at our County Fair they bring out all those Fried Treats*uses term loosely* and fat people and skinnys stuff their face alike with all kinds of fried shit

  93. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^they call that cut a “ewing”

    ***FLOOR

  94. el feces loco Says:

    # RIGZ Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    Jamaicans are superior to Americans.

    ^Say Word…W-w-Word! (c) Q-Tip & Busta X5

    Exhibit A:

    Kool Herc..the father of this music shit you claim you love.

  95. RIGZ Says:

    456 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:08 pm
    ^ Word. The Arawaks were in Jamaica before us too…They’re all dead now though…

    ^^nah, my grandmother was pure arawak. but yeah most are dead.

    ^^I think theres maybe a few left out West in country…But I think they’re certified cooley by now (mixed)

  96. Babydoll Says:

    Gonzales deep-fries Coca-Cola-flavored batter.

    ^WTF? That shit hurts my chest just reading it….instant heart failure!

  97. I Fux Says:

    green eyes Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:14 pm
    ^^Plies maybe?

    ^ he reminds of the the cats i used to kick it with in high school. smh.

    ^^ Ohhh Ok OK I get his angle its that I look like a regular ass weed smoking nigga angle(none)

  98. Big Homie Says:

    Living for the City > Prince of the City

  99. Mac Brown Says:

    ^ Louisiana has got to be the worst.

    Oh it is the worst.

    **too bad majority of my family is originally from Louisiana. So I grew on that fried TX & that Louisiana diet.

    Again…..its amazing that I’m so thin.

  100. 456 Says:

    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    Mac Brown Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:13 pm
    @ Ike

    Yeah I’ve heard of it. I think mix it with batter and fry it. I don’t eat that shit either.

    TX is the epidome of a poor diet state. smh. If it weren’t for genetics I’d be fat as hell

    ^ Louisiana has got to be the worst.

    ^the entire southern region got a problem.

  101. RIGZ Says:

    el feces loco Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:16 pm
    # RIGZ Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    Jamaicans are superior to Americans.

    ^Say Word…W-w-Word! (c) Q-Tip & Busta X5

    Exhibit A:

    Kool Herc..the father of this music shit you claim you love.

    ^^Most people fail to realise Hip-Hop is just Yard soundman culture transplanted in the US. The only differences are the words:

    MCing = Toasting/Deejaying
    Battles = Clashes

    Etc.

  102. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    456 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    Mac Brown Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:13 pm
    @ Ike

    Yeah I’ve heard of it. I think mix it with batter and fry it. I don’t eat that shit either.

    TX is the epidome of a poor diet state. smh. If it weren’t for genetics I’d be fat as hell

    ^ Louisiana has got to be the worst.

    ^the entire southern region got a problem.

    ^ Truth

  103. green eyes Says:

    ^^ Ohhh Ok OK I get his angle its that I look like a regular ass weed smoking nigga angle(none)

    ^^ lol. but i dont think its a calculated angle.. its just him

  104. Phuque Says:

    # 456 Says:
    November 14th, 2007 at 5:17 pm

    MadeInMIlwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    Mac Brown Says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 5:13 pm
    @ Ike

    Yeah I’ve heard of it. I think mix it with batter and fry it. I don’t eat that shit either.

    TX is the epidome of a poor diet state. smh. If it weren’t for genetics I’d be fat as hell

    ^ Louisiana has got to be the worst.

    ^the entire southern region got a problem.

    ^^

    My father is from Mississippi….he cracks jokes all the time because he thinks I “eat like a white boy”….smh….

    health food > soul food

  105. ILLAIM Says:

    Hmmm

    Hey I’m happy for any Burgh nigga thats doing his thing….

    and I hate all the shiney shit but

    Gotta love the P chain

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