Tuesday, July 24, 2007


Rappers Ja Rule, Lil Wayne arrested separately in New York City on gun possession charge after concert

NEW YORK: Top-selling rappers Ja Rule and Lil Wayne were arraigned on felony gun charges following their separate arrests after a hip-hop concert at which both had performed.

A judge on Monday set high bails and bonds for the rappers and two other men, but the defendants were expected to be freed immediately, their bonds secured by Ja Rule's $3.5 million (€2.53 million) house in New Jersey, bail bondsman Ira Judelson said.

Ja Rule, of Saddle Brook, New Jersey, and two men with him were stopped for speeding around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, and a police computer check of their 2004 Maybach luxury car revealed it had no insurance and a suspended registration, prosecutors said.

When police stopped the car, which costs about $250,000 (€180,900) to $400,000, (€289,400) they "detected a strong odor of marijuana," prosecutor Joan Illuzzi-Orbon told the court. A loaded .40-caliber semiautomatic gun was recovered from the rear driver's-side door, she said.

Lil Wayne, who is from New Orleans but lives in Miami, was arrested around 11:30 p.m. while dressing in a tour bus near the Beacon Theater, where the rappers had performed, Illuzzi-Orbon said. Approaching police officers smelled marijuana, and as they got closer Lil Wayne, 24, tossed aside a bag that contained a loaded .40-caliber handgun, she said.

All the defendants were charged with second-degree illegal gun possession, which is punishable by up to four years in prison upon conviction.

Attorney Stacey Richman, who represented all four defendants, noted that despite prosecutors' claim that police detected the odor of marijuana in both arrests, nobody was charged with possession of it.

The judge set bond at $150,000 (€108,530) for Ja Rule, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, and at $70,000 (€50,650) for Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Carter. He set bond at $20,000 (€14,470) for Mohamed Gamal, Ja Rule's driver and limo service owner, and at $150,000 (€108,530) for Dennis Cherry, Ja Rule's road manager.

Ja Rule, 31, rose to fame in the mid-1990s after appearing on a hit song with Jay-Z and later went on to record platinum-selling solo albums.

Lil Wayne's albums include "Tha Block Is Hot," "Lights Out," "Tha Carter" and "Tha Carter II."

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Wild in the st's

This is how our boy's up north in Canada handle business.. Nice work Gman and crew!

4th of july

I finally got my shit all set up, so I decided to show you all a little cllip from the 4th of july.. I have many more shots of the city but you'll all have to wait.

Saturday, July 7, 2007

Happy 4th

Here are some screen shots i took of my LCD screen..

Monday, July 2, 2007

I just don't know sometimes

it looked better then the photo

man i hate this gay ass shit!

salt -n- pepper

everybody wants to be a track star

4 Now

My axle was all jacked after it got hit by a car but scotty took care of it like a champ.

joey pepper dog

shit happens

i took this bad boy around the city

here is my nasty shot

and another one

i won't tell you how I took these photo's - u mite try to mite my style


I got this info from my boy site Ace boon.

Filmmakers and amateur photographers going beyond snapshots may
soon need permission to take pictures around the city.

The city is considering a new rule that would force groups to obtain a
permit and take out insurance before being allowed to film or shoot
still photos on city property.

The rule, which was proposed by the Mayor’s Office of Film, Television
and Broadcasting, would apply to any city property, including sidewalks.
It would also apply to any group using a camera for more than half an
hour or using a camera on a tripod for more than ten minutes.

It does not apply to handheld devices, and the city says it doesn’t expect
the new rules to affect tourists and regular photographers, even if they’re
using tripods.

But the New York Civil Liberties Union says the rules would lead to
discrimination and selective enforcement by police.

If the mayor’s office decides to implement the rule it would take effect in

I'm posting this up on my site cause this is the second time i ran into some shit.. The first time the Fed's called me about this photos I took.

nothing major happen but they took my info down etc.. It just bugs me cause the the city is a beautiful place to take photos/video shots of.. How could you not? Theirs just so many awesome sites.
Anyway - I was shooting off the 7 line, right by long island city. Getting some footy of the city skyline cause the day was nice. I hop on to the other side of the track to head back into the city.After a few stops, I get pulled off by some cops.. They start questioning what i was doing etc - I showed them my tape/footy of what i shot.. They took my info down and told be to avoid shooting on trains etc.
This really bums me out - I know their trying to protect us - but how far are they willing to go? I'm just freak out cause @ some point in the future we won't be able to do anything - just straight up loose all of our freedom.