Watch as President Obama trips and comes out the other side like it aint nothin'.
Lists are fun...and funny. You've seen tons of different lists on brokencool...some about rapper chains and some about rapping NBA players. I thought it was time to delve into the time honored tradition of white girls rapping...poorly. I know a thing or two about white girls and 97% of the time they should NOT Rap. It's just not a good idea...especially after drinking eccesively. Here are 10 Embarrassing Videos of White Girls Rapping.
As the Internet impatiently waits for the new song (and possible first taste of "Detox") from Dr. Dre featuring Jay-Z, reports are surfacing that the song samples Miley Cyrus' "Party In The USA."
The new Jay and Dre song, titled "Party In West L.A.", borrows the hook from the Cyrus song but molds it into more of a west coast affair. Here is the lead in and the song's hook:
"And a Skee-Lo song was on
And a Skee-Lo song was on
And a Skee-Lo song was on
So I put my dubs up, pass me the bong
Get them hoes outta my way
I'm smokin' my shit like yeah
It's a party in west L.A."
As has been well documented, Cyrus' original version of the song name checks Jay-Z:
For her part, Miley Cyrus is thrilled about the two Hip-Hop mega-stars sampling her song.
"I was like this is totally awesome" says Cyrus. "I'm a big fan of Jay-Z's old school stuff like "Bonnie & Clyde" with Beyonce."
The jury is still out on how Hip-Hop fans will feel about a song they've been waiting years to hear sampling Miley Cyrus but for this journalist, aint nothin' like a party y'all.
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Here is Greg Packer. He is the first person in line for the iPad in New York City. Keep in mind orders aren't being filled until April 12th or later so this guy is completely nuts. Want to know his reason for waiting so long for an iPad? Here is what he told a girl in line:
"Because... it's like a mini laptop! I mean, you just... you know, click it on, just like you click the iPhone on. And you don't have to open it up, and you know, go through, you know, go through everything."
So he's waiting this long because it has an on button and you don't have to open it up? Gotcha. Apparently this guy was first in line for the iPhone back in the summer of 2007.
Spotted at Engadget.