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November 09, 2004

News By: Nia B

ISN’T IT IRONIC: On the eve of the album release R.U.L.E (Nov 8)
from one of Murder Inc.’s biggest artists Ja Rule, the bookkeeper for Murder Inc., Cynthia Brent was indicted on laundering $1 million dollars in drug money?

DUI: Rapper Murphy Lee, has been charged with marijuana possession and driving under the influence, after a sheriff's deputy stopped him on Oct. 31. on his way home from Southeast Missouri State University where he has been taking courses in criminology to pursue a business degree. Lee was issued a summons on the two misdemeanor charges and is set to appear in court on Dec. 22.

According to a Philadelphia news report radio personality, Golden Girl, was roughed up and injured by Fabolous’s bodyguard last week. Golden Girl alleged that Fabolous' security guard attacked her after Power 99’s Powerhouse 2004 concert when she jokingly saying that she would stop playing Fabulous music after his bodyguard denied her access to a part of the venue. Golden Girl said Fabolous looked on while she was attacked and another member of his entourage videotaped the episode.

You’ve heard here perform on 106 and Park to start and then with Jay-Z, Kanye West, Twista, and host of others and now hip-hop violinist Miri Ben Ari has her own single out featuring Anthony Hamilton & Scarface titled 'Sunshine to the Rain'. If you haven’t heard it yet, just know you’re in for a treat.

Ed Gordon, former BET News anchor, is now part of the CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes Wednesday”. Gordon’s first guest will be comedian/actor and "Ray" star Jamie Foxx tomorrow at 8 p.m.

Word is that Eminem isn’t done poking fun at Michael Jackson just yet. Allegedly Em plans to dress as Mike again at the MTV Europe Music Awards when he performs “Just Lose It”.

Black consumers are being asked not to purchase services from T-MOBILE WIRELESS and not to shop at KOHL'S Department Stores beginning November 8 by African American Newspapers from throughout the country in what's being called the new civil rights movement for economic parity and justice in the African American Community. T-MOBILE WIRELESS and KOHL'S Department Stores have consistently refused to advertise in Black newspapers while utilizing white newspapers as a major component of its advertising strategy, spending collectively over $250 million dollars in 2003 with white owned and circulated newspapers and nothing with black owned and circulated newspapers.

A recent study shows that the number of white students enrolling at the nation's 120 historically black colleges has risen. In the last 25 years, the number of white students at black campuses has risen 65 percent, from 21,000 to nearly 35,000.


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