Left Unattended: Ice-T on Acting, Video Games and the State of Hip-Hop
D-Stroy schools us on Hollywood and rappers. Then he hangs with Ice-T at his crib.
D-Stroy breaks down rappers who have successful acting careers (Queen Latifah and Ice Cube, anyone?) and those who do not (Word to DMX.)
Then he spends quality time with legendary rapper, actor and entrepreneur Ice-T. The rapper opens up on why he was terrified about acting and has a beef with...Xbox One. He also tells D-Stroy why he took a long break from making music. Have no fear though, the rapper warns there will be blood on June 10 because he's finally dropping a new album called Manslaughter with his band, Body Count.
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There are friends and then there are waaaaay too close friends. From sharing bras to celebrating farts, you know there's that one friend that you ALWAYS cross the line with. So close that you've even popped a huge zit for him or her. That's what friends are for.
“Mames" in Spanish means to suck. “No mames" means “to not suck.” In Mexican slang, though, “no mames" means, "no way!" The CrazyGorilla breaks down a variety of meanings for the famous Mexican saying, complete with proper spelling and situation usage. Now, go out and use the word the way it should be güey.
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Would you have the courage to play an embarrassing prank on your college professor?
That’s what these Aquinas College students did when they decided to publicly own their professor, Stephen Barrows, and film it for the world to see.
To give you a little backstory: Barrows, a macroeconomics professor, has a rule that any student who receives a call during class has to answer it on speakerphone for all to hear. Well, a few students apparently took his policy seriously. Taylor Nefcy accepts a call from "Kevin" at the school's "pregnancy resource center," via speaker and is informed of her fake results. Hearing this, the professor says "OK, you might want to shut that down," obviously shocked by what is unfolding before him.
The look on Professor Barrows' face as he overhears the startling news is epic. Then Nefcy clinches it, saying out loud that she has already picked out a name for the baby. The first name? "April." And the middle one? “Fools." At this point, the professor's face is so red with embarrassment, he shields his face, and he's probably also hyperventilating.
Well done, students. Well done indeed.
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The internet went berserk when Kim Kardashian dyed her hair platinum blonde. Memes were created about her resembling Draco Malfoy and Super Saiyan, but Latinos know who she really looks like — Walter Mercado, the Puerto Rican psychic we all grew up watching on "Primer Impacto." And Kim's not the only celeb who stole his look. Below are 14 celebs who are copping Walter Mercado's style.
Additional reporting by Rochelle Baez, Estefania Hernandez and Joanna Hausmann.
This isn't about playing the victim card. Nah, this is about spreading awareness that discrimination is alive and well in this world. These stories all show that people are still being wack as f*ck to Latinos for no real reason other than good old-fashioned ignorance and racism.
Additional reporting by Alexis Tirado and Henry Pacheco.
It’s been almost 20 years since the world lost Selena Quintanilla-Pérez. The Mexican-American singer accomplished the near-impossible: She reigned over the male-dominated Tejano music scene by the time she was 20, won a Grammy for her album "Selena Live!" and crossed over (and back) with an English language album.
We recently visited the 1997 biopic "Selena" to bring you some of the best moments and quotes from the film. Which are your favorites?
We may have a Black president, but many people still think if you're Latino, you're not White. Come on, people, get with the program. This video shows the plight of a White Latina who gets treated like she's a circus freak just because she has light skin. Coworkers say all the wrong things, forms are loaded with racial statements and people ask the worst questions, including how to say "banana" in Spanish. Here's how you say "banana" in Spanish: "f*ck off."
Bottom line: None of these questions are offensive so much as they are thoroughly annoying. It'd be like running around saying, "Hey, you're White. Where's the nearest Walmart?"
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We got together some gringos with varying levels of Spanish illiteracy and made them say words as simple as "perro" and as difficult as "acercarse." The results are equally hilarious. Gotta love the frank quote at the beginning: "Those posters on the subway that says 'desportes,' I thought they were about being deported." Uh, "deportes" means "sports."
And from there on out, Spanish is destroyed thoroughly. Instant classic.
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