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“Otis” Maybach Sells For $60K

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Tuck ya whole bids in. Initially expected to sell at least for $100K, the Maybach used in The Throne’s “Otis” video was sold for $60K in 5 minutes at the Phillips de Pury event in New York on Thursday. The nonfunctional vehicle, which was valued $300K before it was stripped for the video, was sold as artwork with portions of the sale going towards the Save The Children foundation. Good cause for a cheap price.

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Butt fucking ends with a nasty case of pinkeye.

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Right on 125th street in Harlem USA, sat a custom high-end clothing boutique owned by Mr. Dapper Dan.  Before Kanye, Juelz, Fabolous and some other well known rappers wore Gucci and Louis Vuitton, Dapper Dan in the 80’s and 90’s planted the seed for fashion in the hip hop culture. He created one of a kind customized high-end clothing that incorporated highly recognizable accessory logos like those of Gucci and Louis Vuitton, featuring them in non-traditional ways.  His pieces were sold for thousands of dollars, and created a sense of what’s cool, what’s new in the streets and in hip-hop.
Dapper Dan, who was born and raised in Harlem, recognized the selling power of luxury.  He would take authentic material from brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton and create masterpieces for Street Kings and rappers in that era.  “My customers were all gangsters, the rappers wanted to be like the gangsters.  They would wait for the gangsters to leave the store then come in and ask what did the gangsters buy” (Words by Dapper Dan).  Gangsters like Alpo and Rich Porter were some of his clients “I used to have so many gangsters around the store that the feds used to park in front of the store.  They were there for 3 weeks until I finally went up to them and said everyone knows you’re here”.  Rappers like Rakim, Big Daddy Kane and even Salt n Pepa were also some of his clients “Biz Markie would stay in the store for hours telling jokes”.  Dapper Dan also said “Big Daddy Kane never changed, I had the most respect for him.  L.L Cool J still owes me $2,200, They ain’t have the money like that back in the day the budget for videos then was $5,000 so a lot of times the rapper owed me”.  Athletes like Mike Tyson would stay in the store for hours.  Dapper Dan’s boutique would be open 24 hours a day for 8 years.

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Right on 125th street in Harlem USA, sat a custom high-end clothing boutique owned by Mr. Dapper Dan.  Before Kanye, Juelz, Fabolous and some other well known rappers wore Gucci and Louis Vuitton, Dapper Dan in the 80’s and 90’s planted the seed for fashion in the hip hop culture. He created one of a kind customized high-end clothing that incorporated highly recognizable accessory logos like those of Gucci and Louis Vuitton, featuring them in non-traditional ways.  His pieces were sold for thousands of dollars, and created a sense of what’s cool, what’s new in the streets and in hip-hop.

Dapper Dan, who was born and raised in Harlem, recognized the selling power of luxury.  He would take authentic material from brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton and create masterpieces for Street Kings and rappers in that era.  “My customers were all gangsters, the rappers wanted to be like the gangsters.  They would wait for the gangsters to leave the store then come in and ask what did the gangsters buy” (Words by Dapper Dan).  Gangsters like Alpo and Rich Porter were some of his clients “I used to have so many gangsters around the store that the feds used to park in front of the store.  They were there for 3 weeks until I finally went up to them and said everyone knows you’re here”.  Rappers like Rakim, Big Daddy Kane and even Salt n Pepa were also some of his clients “Biz Markie would stay in the store for hours telling jokes”.  Dapper Dan also said “Big Daddy Kane never changed, I had the most respect for him.  L.L Cool J still owes me $2,200, They ain’t have the money like that back in the day the budget for videos then was $5,000 so a lot of times the rapper owed me”.  Athletes like Mike Tyson would stay in the store for hours.  Dapper Dan’s boutique would be open 24 hours a day for 8 years.

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A rare shot of Malcolm X photographing Cassius Clay prior to his conversion to Islam.

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A rare shot of Malcolm X photographing Cassius Clay prior to his conversion to Islam.

Azealia Banks Fires Back At T.I. For Defending Iggy Azalea “Come On T.I., N*ggas Is Not Scared Of You. How U A Grown Man Commenting On What’s Going On Between 2 Girls?”

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The saga continues.

As we previously reported, Azealia Banks expressed her displeasure with Iggy Azalea being named to the 2012 XXL Freshman cover, citing a supposed racist lyric Iggy said. Within the last couple of days Iggy’s Grand Hustle boss T.I. came to her defense.

"Strategically if {Azealia Banks] really cares about a freshmen cover maybe she could hope that she’ll suck enough to get shelved and then next year when the freshmen cover comes back around, maybe she’ll still be a freshman," he said "Which brings me to my next philosophy. If you spend half of your day getting money and the other half of your day counting money, you ain’t got no time in your day to worry about nobody else.”

Banks didn’t waste much time in firing back at Tip. She took to Twitter yesterday to get at him.

"Lol I NEVER needed the next n*gga to sit up on a radio show with me and defend me," Banks wrote. "Furthermore, n*ggas r sitting up here trying to mask/defend what homegirl said. F*ck outta here. Everybody got something slick to say, but no one got an explanation. Come on T.I…. N*ggas is not scared of u and whatever sh*t u got to say on some radio show. @tip you corny for that one. LMFAOO how u a grown man commenting on what’s going on between two girls. Come on son. Stop it. Ruin my career: what f*cking ever… Y’all wish."


Looks like this one might be going on for a while.

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