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  • Re: Who Was The MVP of 1998

    Who had the highest grossing tour that year?

    The nigga y'all claim was the mvp of that year was the undercard of that tour.

    Jay 1a
    Dmx 1b

    I was there. Some of you niggas wasn't.
    And if you were born in 1993 or later I don't wanna hear your fucking opinion.

    They alternated between cities.
  • Re: jay-z reasonble doubt vs biggie ready to die which album is more lyrical

    usmarin3 wrote: »
    If storytelling is lyricism then ya'll are saying Too Short is a great lyricist?

    You can tell a story AND be lyrical at the same time.
  • Re: jay-z reasonble doubt vs biggie ready to die which album is more lyrical

    Jay was much more lyrically advanced on RD than Big was on RTD. A fairer comparison would've been RD vs LAD.
  • Re: Song of the Day "One Mic" Nas

    Masterpiece I liked how the song was put together.
  • Re: The official 2016 NFL off season thread

    illedout wrote: »
    Ray Rice willing to give his entire salary to domestic abuse charities if NFL team signs him

    If Ray Rice has an opportunity to play in the NFL again, he plans to use his game checks to battle the issue of domestic violence.

    The former Ravens running back was released by Baltimore in September 2014 after video surfaced of Rice punching his then-fiancée Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City casino elevator. Rice told USA TODAY's Tom Pelissero on Wednesday that he would donate his entire 2016 salary to organizations and programs aimed at the prevention of domestic violence and the support of its victims.

    "All the scrutiny that I've got, it was deserved, because domestic violence is a horrible thing," Rice said. "Me donating my salary is something that'll be from the heart for me. I only want to play football so I can end it the right way for my kids and for the people that really believed in me. But I know there's a lot of people affected by domestic violence, and every dollar helps. It's raising awareness."

    Said Rice: "People need homes. People need shelter when they're in a crucial situation. I've donated a lot of money to charities, but I had a situation where it was a national crisis. I'm not saying I'd be (donating the salary) to get on the field, but it's something that will show where my heart is. My heart is about finishing the right way and helping people along the way."

    Rice has been working out near his home in Stamford, Connecticut. He married Janay soon after the incident and the couple have a four-year-old daughter, Rayven, with a second child due in September. Having not played since 2013, Rice has fielded no interest from NFL teams this offseason.

    Since the incident, Rice has made a series of visits to colleges and also to the Ravens, where he shared about his mistakes.

    "I think the biggest donation that you can give to domestic violence is your time," Rice said. "I'm not just going to be giving it because I have money. I'm going to be giving it because I did the background and the research and spent a lot of time with people who understand the cause.

    "The only way to fix the problem is awareness. It's an epidemic. I know that my situation raised awareness. I'm not thankful for being that guy, but I'm thankful for the people that now are not afraid to ask for help, because I had to go get the help myself after to realize the severity of what domestic violence is."

    lol, fuck all that. He just need to make his wife go out and get a job. No justification for him slumping her ass, but she's at least partially responsible for that shit escalating like that.
    Unless your life is in danger,
    It's NEVER acceptable to hit a woman..

    If a woman has the ability to make you want to put your hands on her then you need to get as far away from her as possible ..

    This is a two way street if she feels she needs to hit a man she needs to get as far away as possible.