Antwan Davis releases his second official mixtape entitled "Beyond The Music". "Beyond The Music features artist such as Chill Moody, Boogieman Dela, West Philly Blake, Aime, Frenchie,Damo, 5Grand, K.A. Muse and more. "Beyond The Music" features production from Wes ManChild , Hank McCoy, and MadFace Productions. "Beyond The Music" is available for free download at www.antwandavis.com But before you go there make sure you check out this vid we got straight from the artist:
I dont know if yall have peeped it but first is was the fake nude pix and now its model chicks getting mad. This is Skylar
This is the latest bs to hit the net.Some video chick chose to let off some steam via twitter. Here is what she had to say:
Word got back to Skylar and she added her two cents and let it ride:
Bam Commentary: Somebody sounds mad lmfao. If you this high paid video chick why you mad at a college basketball player??? It gotta be all the celebs showing her love. What you think readers?
Cincinatti cops pulled over 36 year old Colondra Hamilton and discovered she was masturbating with a sex toy and watching a porn while driving her car! Some drug paraphernalia was also confiscated. According to the police report, when officers approached Hamilton’s vehicle they noticed that her pants were unbuttoned and a sex toy was in her lap. Hamilton told cops “she had been using it (we all know what it was lmfao) while watching a video on the computer the passenger was holding.”Bam commentary: How many points does she get for doing all this at once? Lmfao
A prominent Philadelphia lawyer is suing the Philadelphia Police Department after officers seized his car under the city's "Live Stop" program and left his daughter — who was driving — stranded in West Philadelphia.
Attorney Stephen Sheller says his daughter was driving his car in West Philadelphia last week when she was pulled over for an expired registration. He says police impounded the car and left his daughter and her fiancé stranded in a neighborhood that Sheller contends was unsafe.
"You know, I'd expect this kind of behavior in Damascus, Tripoli, or Tehran, but not in Philadelphia," he told KYW Newsradio Friday morning.So Sheller now is suing the City of Philadelphia on behalf of anyone who has had a car impounded under "Live Stop," a program that he says is blatantly unconstitutional.
A spokesman for the police department says he cannot comment on the suit, but he says officers are obligated to take drivers of impounded cars to a p…