This week we continued where we left off with Part II of interviews with porn star Lisa Ann and rapper Vado. However, in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Get Rich Or Die Tryin' it is a must that we first give you a recap of our interview with DJ Whoo Kid where he exposed untold stories of G-Unit. Furthermore, we have to introduce our followers to the funny guys of 4YallEntertainment and give an update on what rapper Taj is doing. Also, look forward to an inventory on the trending topics of the week.
In Part I of the interview with DJ Whoo Kid he takes a trip down memory lane, stopping at 2003 when Get Rich Or Die Tryin' first hit the streets.
The Kid recalls wearing the bullet proof vest and the "wack" gear like the 5X white tees that, according to Jack Thriller, made the crew look like thug angels lol.
Since then, the DJ has changed from baggy to skinny jeans but he still reps the fresh G-Unit kicks (had the yellow ones on during the interview).
Whoo said life on the tour bus was very cramped. They had like 40 dudes on that thing trying to use one George Foreman Grill. Sometimes it could get so trite that 50 Cent and him got stuck sleeping on the floor. He also remembered sharing the bus with garden bags and suitcases filled with bulletproof vest and guns.
On tour, Whoo Kid always felt like his life could've been in danger. During a show in North Carolina one guy actually died in the back of the stage from a gun shot while the show kept rolling. Overall, he accounts like 15+ shootings. Either G-Unit was pulling the trigger or someone from the crowd. Regardless, the show had to go on.
Watch DJ Whoo Kid relive how he first met 50 the day after the rapper got shot and heard the first G-Unit yell.
In Part II of the interview with porn cougar, Lisa Ann, it gets even more juicy.
She admitted with confidence that sex is mandatory on a date whether it is a first or not.
Speaking of sex, whenever she engages in the act she hopes for the opportunity to give the gift fellatio in a cab.
The generous vixen also touches on the technique of putting on a condom and her theory to why Magnums are so wet when they come out the wrapper.
Watch her speak on how stoked she was when the whole Knicks basketball team knew her, how 50 Cent had no clue who she was when they crossed paths, and why after meeting Lebron James her days of fantasizing about stalking the baller became a thing of the past.
This parody, brought to you by Thisis50 and 4YallEntertainment, is all about the interviewing process at Thisis50 headquarters.
The webisode stars Wayne Purkle, a Rastafarian with a strong Jamaican dialect. He literally pops out of no where with hopes of getting a job.
The interviewer, already quite suspicious of the whole appearing out of thin air routine, hounds Purkle with a load of questions that the Rasta has difficulty comprehending.
Stressed by the 21 questions routine, Purkle threatens to throw a beef patty at the interviewer for every question that comes out his mouth. Since an interview is a forum for a load of questions, expect a bunch of flying patties.
Watch Purkle as he struggles to comply with the dress code and makes an attempt to pass off a beef patty as a resume.
In Part II of the Vado interview, with the art of persuasion, Jack Thriller got the rapper to share some details on his romantic history with "The Breakfast Club" host Angela Yee.
He said he gives her butterflies when he comes around. When asked how the radio personality was in bed, Vado kept to the rule of a gentlemen and remained silent.
The rapper also talked about his forthcoming album "Slime Flu 3." The first video to launch is for the "Flagship" track. Featured artists include JR Writer (who Vado confirmed is back on and doing fine) and Fred The Godson.
It seemed like Jack was a bit salty he wasn't asked to be on the album.
See Vado spit a few lines for reflection, give the real origin of his name, and claim he is here to stay.
When opening up the interview with a long winded freestyle, Taj proved that while the game has changed his skills remain.
In fact, Taj mentioned that he was sought out to add 12 bars to a Martin Luther King tribute. Additionally, his mixtape "Authenticity" is soon to drop.
While taking a break from the industry, Taj built a movie empire entitled Finally Focused Films. By March, his documentary called "Bars" is expected to be released. "Bars" stands for upstate New York areas like Buffalo, Albany, Rochester, and Syracuse.
The doc focuses on upstate hip hop and how it is an untouched market.
Part II of DJ Whoo Kid interview and Part III of Lisa Ann & Vado interviews coming soon!!!
In the meantime, watch 50 Cent's energetic performance in his new video "Financial Freedom":
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