Six-year-old rapper’s raunchy video for single Booty Pop is an online hit (but he’s too young to watch it)
YouTube has flagged it as inappropriate, restricting users under 18
Viewers have called it ‘child abuse’
This six-year-old rapper can sing ‘I can make your booty pop’ but is too young to watch his film clip full of semi-naked women because YouTube has flagged it as inappropriate.
Albert Roundtree Jnr from South Florida has released a YouTube video for his first single Booty Pop, which features the little boy singing lines like ‘I can make your booty pop’ while two women’s bikini-clad bottoms shake around him.
Since it was uploaded on July 2, YouTube has flagged it as inappropriate, restricting users under 18. Somebody should interview the girls who posed as models for this film also.
Read more and see video here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2169640/Six-year-old-Albert-Roundtree-Jnrs-raunchy-video-single-Booty-Pop-online-hit.html#ixzz24BCMYTyw
A West Virginia Pentecostal pastor who used poisonous snakes during religious services has died of a rattlesnake bite. Mack Wolford, who just turned 44, was killed by a snake he had owned for years, reports the Washington Post. He was bitten during an outdoor service at a state park he had hoped would be a “homecoming like the old days,” filled with people speaking in tongues, handling snakes and having a “great time,” he said on his Facebook page. “Praise the Lord and pass the rattlesnakes, brother,” he wrote last week. (more…)
A New York Long Island woman said she was fired after she donated a kidney to help save the life of her boss.
Debbie Stevens, a 47-year-old divorced mother of two, filed a formal complaint with the New York State Human Rights Commission last Friday, claiming her boss used her for her organ then fired her “after the woman got what she wanted.” Stevens’ boss, 61-year-old Jackie Brucia, is one of the West Islip controllers for Atlantic Automotive Group, a billion-dollar dealership operator. Brucia hired Stevens in January 2009 as an assistant.
Which product at this year’s South by Southwest technology conference received more attention than perhaps any other?
Homeless people as wireless transmitters.
A marketing agency touched off a wave of criticism and debate when it hired members of the local homeless population to walk around carrying mobile Wi-Fi devices, offering conferencegoers Internet access in exchange for donations. BBH Labs, the innovation unit of the international marketing agency BBH, outfitted 13 volunteers from a homeless shelter with the devices, business cards and T-shirts bearing their names: “I’m Clarence, a 4G Hotspot.”
They were told to go to the most densely packed areas of the conference, which has become a magnet for those who want to chase the latest in technology trends. The smartphone-toting, social-networking crowds often overwhelm cellular networks in the area, creating a market that BBH Labs hoped to serve with the “Homeless Hotspots” project, which it called a “charitable experiment.” (more…)
It’s a story that has circulated in and out of the UFO community for years: Did former U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower have three meetings with extraterrestrials? An ex-government consultant says the story is true that the 34th commander in chief chatted, if you will, with aliens at a New Mexico air base, according to reports.
No definitive proof has ever surfaced to confirm this president-meets-aliens tale. However, according to Timothy Good, Eisenhower and FBI officials arranged for the out-of-this-world summit at Holloman Air Force Base.
“Aliens have made both formal and informal contact with thousands of people throughout the world from all walks of life,” Good, an author, lecturer and former consultant to Congress and the Pentagon, said on Frank Skinner’s BBC2 program, “Opinionated.”
Good claims that governments of the world have had ongoing contacts with ETs over many years. (more…)
(CBS) DALLAS – A 14-year-old Texas girl who has been missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported to Colombia by immigration agents and is now sitting in a detention facility waiting to come home. According to CBS affiliate KHOU Jakadrien Turner ran away from home in the fall of 2010 following her parents divorce and the death of her grandfather. She ended up in Houston, where she was arrested for theft. The girl gave police a fake name, which apparently belonged to a 22-year-old illegal immigrant from Colombia, who had warrants for her arrest.
KHOU reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) took the girl’s fingerprints, but didn’t confirm her identity before deporting her.
Jakadrien reportedly speaks no Spanish.
“How do you deport a teenager and send her to Colombia without a passport, without anything?” asks the girl’s grandmother, Lorene Turner, who was able to track the girl down through Facebook. (more…)
An Android developer recently discovered a clandestine application called Carrier IQ built into most smartphones that doesn’t just track your location; it secretly records your keystrokes, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Is it time to put on a tinfoil hat? That depends on how you feel about privacy.
The reason for this invasive Android app seems reasonable enough at face value. Even though it’s on most Android, BlackBerry and Nokia devices, most users would never know that Carrier IQ is running in the background, and that’s sort of the point. Described on the company’s website as software to gain “unprecedented insight into their customers’ mobile experience,” Carrier IQ is ostensibly supposed to help mobile carriers and device manufacturers gather data in order to improve their products. (more…)
A report that Romania is selling “Black Man” chocolate-flavored cookies. Based on a photo posted in Copyranter, the cookie appears to have coarse hair, closed eyes, a wide nose and big lips. It is sporting a Superman cape with a “B” inscribed on a plate in the front.
This looks like the latest in a long line of consumer products designed to profit from racial stereotypes. Remember Obama Waffles, which were sold by a conservative political forum? And who could forget the Obama Chia Pet? Not that we expect Europeans to view racial politics and cultural sensitivity but how about having a little respect — and, perhaps, some common sense?
British police arrested five people Sunday accused of enslaving 24 men in the town of Leighton Buzzard northwest of London.
Police north of London rescued 24 men Sunday who they said were being kept as slaves in filthy conditions at a trailer park site, Sky News reported. Some of the men, who were in very poor health, had been held captive for as long as 15 years, police said.
Five people were arrested under suspicion of recruiting the men, who are mostly of English and Eastern European descent, from soup kitchens and benefit offices. The captors are suspected of shaving the mens’heads, taking away their cell phones and forcing them to work for free, the Associated Press reported. (more…)