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We haven’t been hearing much from the Ying Yang Twins these days, so it’s unfortunate that they’re making headlines for something negative. However, one half of the musical duo, “Deongelo “D-Roc” Holmes, has been arrested following a domestic dispute in Georgia.
According to TMZ, D-Roc’s wife, Porsha Holmes, accused him of punching her in the head during an argument back in November. It is being reported that he struck her so hard, she was left with a large bump above her left eye. D-Roc has since been charged with “family violence” and two counts of simple battery. Following his arrest, the “Whisper” rapper was released on bond after agreeing to a few restrictions—including staying away from Porsha.
This, unfortunately, would not be D-Roc’s first run-in with the law. According to Access Atlanta, the 35-year-old rapper was also arrested back in Jun. 2012 for several offenses—including driving under the influence. Reps on behalf of the D-Roc have yet to comment on the allegations.
Celebrities are known for saying funny phrases and coming up with some of the most ratchet sayings. And as crazy as they are, we love them so much that we start using them ourselves. Here are some of the funniest and catchiest one-liners these entertainers have introduced into our everyday lingo — and some I’m sure more than a few people are sick of hearing.
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Car accidents can happen even with the most experienced drivers, but these 15 celebrities may want to hang up the car keys and hire a 24-hour chauffeur. That has to be cheaper than paying for car repairs, increased insurance fees, and not to mention tickets.
Soulja Boy’s driving record is less than stellar. In July of last year, he and his Bentley were involved in a fender-bender with another car. Initially, Soulja Boy insisted he wasn’t the one behind the wheel. Soon after, he fessed up saying he was driving the car but the accident wasn’t his fault and called the other driver a racist. Earlier this year, the “Crank That” rapper’s Bentley was involved in another accident. This time he fled the scene and would have gotten away with it if it weren’t for some stealthy police work and surveillance footage that busted the 22-year-old. His car was impounded last month and police are looking for more witnesses to come forward.
Random Kendra anecdote: Due to the slightly restrictive environment I grew up in, I wasn’t introduced to certain music until I went to college. There, I learned of the type of music called “crunk.”
This music defined my first few years of college, and these songs became fixtures in my life as ringtones and common phrases (“That girl said what? Please, she better get on my level! Pssh, what she gon’ do?!”) Crunk seemed like such a heavy force, but it definitely doesn’t seem as dominant as it used to be. So, why don’t we try to find out where some of these crunk music creators and contributors are?
(AllHipHop News) A number of popular rappers have filed a lawsuit against CBS Interactive and its website, CNET. Rappers like The Ying Yang Twins, 2 Live Crew, JT Money, The Force MDS, J-Shin and singing group Pretty Ricky filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California yesterday (May 3rd).