Nevermind flipping the bird during a road rage meltdown, this driver flipped the whole entire car!
According to ABC7 News:
Video shows one driver get out of his BMW and walk to the Ford Escape behind him. It appears words were exchanged between the two, and as the first driver walked back to his car, he spat on driver of the SUV.
The driver of the BMW then drove away. The 23-year-old driver of the Ford Escape was arrested on suspicion of felony assault. The driver of the BMW was later apprehended and faces various misdemeanor charges.
Smh! From the looks of the video it does not appear that the SUV guy intentionally tried to assault the BMW guy with his vehicle. Looks more like a freak accident to me, but spitting on someone? — now that’s assault. What do you think?
Ugandan politicians went to war for 2 days straight in a WWE tag team style brawl over the country’s presidential age limit.
Reuters — Lawmakers brawled in Uganda’s parliament for a second day running on Wednesday over a fiercely disputed move to change the constitution to let long-ruling President Yoweri Museveni run for re-election after age 75.
MPs exchanged blows and kicks, with some using microphone stands as crude weapons in the melee, and at least two female lawmakers were carried out of the chamber after collapsing, a Reuters journalist on the scene said.
At least 25 MPs opposed to the proposed constitutional amendment to prolong Museveni’s tenure were forcibly ejected on orders of the speaker for involvement in fighting on Tuesday. All other like-minded MPs then walked out.
After calm returned, ruling party MP Raphael Magyezi introduced the contested motion authorizing parliament to draft and present a bill that would lift the constitution’s age cap on presidential candidates.
Under the existing constitution, eligibility to stand as a presidential candidate in the East African country has an age ceiling of 75.
That makes Museveni, 73, in power since 1986 and increasingly accused of authoritarianism and a failure to curb corruption, unqualified to seek re-election at the next polls in 2021. Removing the age cap would erase that barrier.
Smh, clearly the US isn’t the only country that has ahem… “president probs.”
It’s really shameful that politicians and lawmakers can’t seem to come together and do their jobs without pure hellfire and brimstone unleashing. It’s unfortunate that they don’t seem as concerned about helping the people as they do “flexing their power” among each other, meanwhile WE THE PEOPLE are casualties of the war.
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Compton legend Eric “Eazy E” Wright’s widow is suing his son for the rights over the name of his company, Ruthless Records.
Eric “Lil Eazy” Wright Jr. is the oldest son of the rap pioneer.
Ruthless Records was founded by Eazy-E , Jerry Heller and Dr. Dre. in Compton, California in 1986. The label’s acts over the years have earned RIAA certifications of Platinum or higher on 15 of its released albums, including releases by N.W.A, Eazy-E, MC Ren, The D.O.C., Michel’le, J.J.Fad and Bone-Thugs-n-Harmony.
According to Bossip:
In a lawsuit filed by the widow of Eazy-E, Tomika Wright is looking to stop Eazy’s son, Eric Darnell Wright, from using the name “Ruthless” to sell his record label. According to The Jasmine Brand, she filed a federal trademark infringement suit against him this week. In the suit, she alleges that Eric and his business partner, Arnold White, posted a website called ruthlessrecordsinc.com.
She claims that they are using the site to do business as Ruthless Records. The site is described the company as “a full service marketing and business strategies firm, specializing in the music and entertainment industry. Our goal is to bring new music to life by inspiring a culture of creative artists”.
Tomika is not here for it. Eazy-E founded Ruthless Records in 1986 and she has owned the company since Eazy-E’s death.
Check out the website here.
What do you think about Eazy’s E’s wife suing his son?
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Ahhh! The UN-glamourus side of technology.
Hide your Mac books and iPhones!
According to Fox Business — Apple issued a new warning after a new hacking threat. The tech giant says there is a new cyber threat, but has taken steps to thwart the attack.
FOX Business Network’s Tracee Carrasco:
“Apple has now issued a critical security patch for all iOS devices and for Mac computers against a potential hack that could come remotely via Wi-Fi.”
Carrasco says the company is urging users to install the updates to protect their devices.
“The virus is being considered a potentially serious threat.”
The latest cyber threat is also a risk to Android device users, but Google has taken steps as well to block the virus.
“The vulnerability also has the potential to attack Android devices, but Google issued its own security patch earlier this month.”
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