"Killa" Cam'ron Giles was on telly last night talking about no snitching culture (watch a bit of it here). He went on and on about how he would never ever snitch on anybody ever and never never ever talk to no coppers for ages and ages. After a while, the interviewer asked him if he'd say anything if he knew there was a serial killer living next door to him.
“If I knew the serial killer was living next door to me? I wouldn’t call and tell anybody on him—but I’d probably move,” said the rapper.
New York City’ rap station Power 105.1 have announced they aren't going to be playing any more rap songs "with degrading messages and images" in them, according to The New York Daily News. What their definition of degrading is we have yet to find out. "What we’re doing is holding labels and artists accountable for what they say and how they say it,” said a spokespersonage.
This is happening becasue some white radio DJ called some black women nappy headed hoes, and Al Sharpeton and Jesse Jackson say it's hip-hop's fault (Watch Snoop talk 93% SENSE on the subject here). Luckily, KROCK are still gonna play all those emo records that go, "I hate you you fucking bitch I'm gonna kill myself and you and your family," and white teenagers will continue to be completely respectful to white girls and never rape them, not even when they're blind drunk.
"If we are to believe the emerging timeline of events," writes Kurt Nimmo, "Cho Seung-Hui killed a woman and her RA in a dorm, went back to his dorm and captured a QuickTime video rant, burned a DVD, trekked to the post office with two 9mm weapons in tow, mailed the DVD, along with photos and miscellaneous writings to NBC, and then marched over to Norris Hall and killed another thirty or so people execution-style."
Meanwhile, Sky News' website reports that "Police investigating the Virginia Tech killings have expressed their regret that video made by Cho Seung-Hui before he murdered 32 people was broadcast... Virginia Police Superintendent Steve Flaherty said he was disappointed US channel NBC, to whom the tape had been sent, chose to show the disturbing footage."
Sky News have it, conveniently streaming to the right of the article.
A student from the University Of Colarado has been arrested after his classmates snitched on him saying something about "understanding how someone could kill 32 people," according to "university police Cmdr. Brad Wiesley". Cos they have University Police Commanders in Colorado.
Almost 200 people were killed in Baghdad yesterday.
I could go on. But I am tired.