Jesse Salazar

A Bit About Me: I'm a 13-year radio vet currently heard throughout the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Past markets include Tampa, Phoenix, Houston, Austin and more. What This Site Is About: is a collection of celebrity and hip-hop news and gossip stories from various outlets that I use for daily show content. Each RSS feed links back to the author's original content and all rights belong to that author/website. This is simply my way of organizing the sites I feel cater to my audience, putting them all into one nice little box with a tiny bow to wrap it up and deliver to my readers. This site also includes personal photo galleries such as celebrity encounters, a page to preview new music and a discussion board for us to talk about whatever our little hearts desire. Be sure and connect with me on social media and thanks for visiting the site!

Nov 202014
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By @SimplyCecilia

CNN journalist Don Lemon is still under fire after an interview with Joan Tarshis, one of Bill Cosby’s rape accusers, in which Lemon clumsily questioned whether the alleged victim did enough to prevent being raped and inquired why she did not “use her teeth” as a method to prevent Cosby from allegedly forcing her to perform oral sex.

Speaking to People Magazine Tarshis explained “I was kinda shocked and then a part of me thought, ‘Damn, why didn’t I think of that?’ I was just so surprised because at first because I didn’t know what he meant when he said, ‘There are other ways of dealing with this.’ … I became flustered.”

Lemon, who admits that he was sexually abused as a child, issued an apology on Wednesday stating, “As I am a victim myself I would never want to suggest that any victim could have prevented a rape. If my question to her struck anyone as insensitive, I am sorry as that is certainly and was not my intention.”

Read a portion of the original interview or watch below:

LEMON: Can I ask you this, because – and please, I don’t mean to be crude, OK?


LEMON: Because I know some …See More

Source: All Hip Hop


 November 20, 2014
Nov 202014

By Rap-Up

With his Trey Songz-assisted single “Not for Long” rising up the charts, B.o.B is readying his fourth album for a spring 2015 release. In between dates on his “No Genre” tour, Rap-Up TV caught up with the Atlanta rapper in L.A. to discuss the follow-up to 2013′s Underground Luxury, which finds him returning to his roots.

“This album will be more like The Adventures of Bobby Ray to me,” he said of his 2010 debut. “But with an edge that The Adventures of Bobby Ray never had.”

The as-yet-untitled album, which he’s been producing himself, will have an edge and rawness like his mixtape material. “That’s very important for me to be really hands on with making it a cohesive project and make sure that my soul and my sound is in it before it even begins to become a song,” he said.

He recently launched his label No Genre (“It quite simply means I can do what the fuck I feel like doing”) and showcased two of his artists, Lin-Z and London Jae, on the viral track “Fleek.”

“Fleek is on point, it’s dope, it’s flawless,” he explained. “You don’t want …See More

Source: Rap-Up


 November 20, 2014