Fiddy Chain Snatched In Africa?



A video recently leaked, allegedly showing 50 getting his chain stolen while performing on stage in Angola, Africa. [Watch here] The assailant apparently ran up on stage, snatched the rapper’s chain and raced away with it.

50, who was in Africa to perform a string of shows with G-Unit, jumped off the stage with his entourage following the alleged robber, leaving the show in complete chaos. At press there has been no word on whether his chain has been returned and reps for 50 were unavailable to comment.

Lmbaao(my black african ass) erryone  a gangsta till you come to africa…see the difference is most( see i dint say all) of these rappers do it for fame while we do it to survive hope my man in angola got a good ]price for that piece…hit me up i can cop it….




May 7, 2008 Posted by | africa, funny shit, hiphop, news, rap, TV | , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment


Was there and its really sickenning what the mine workers/rescuers are going through…no protective gear or medicine,electricity….even food.Whats wrong with our people…we own all the resources while we get the short end of the profits stick…stroy below…thoughts?

By Njuwa Maina

MERERANI, Tanzania (Reuters) – Hopes are slim of finding 66 miners trapped in gemstone pits that flooded in northern Tanzania over the weekend, a local legislator said on Monday.

Rescue workers have said they found several bodies on Sunday in the privately-owned mine in Mererani, which was flooded on Saturday after a heavy seasonal downpour.

“We are still working to see how to rescue the bodies, because personally, I don’t think there’s hope of getting them alive,” Christopher Ole Sendeka, member of parliament for Simanjiro, told Reuters at the scene, adding that there were 66 people in the mine.

Local media said on Monday that the government banned all mining activity in the area, the only place in the world where the violet-blue gemstone tanzanite is found, until the rescue operation is completed.

A Reuters witness said the scene of the flooded mine smelled of decomposing bodies. Volunteer rescuers complained of lack of basic protective gear like face masks and gloves.

“Yesterday when we went down, we reached a place where we found dead bodies rotting and the situation down there is really bad, our stomachs were swelling because of the smell,” Samuel Chacha, a mine worker, told Reuters.

“We need help; there is no help here at all.”

Ole Sendeka said the government was doing its best to bring in equipment and seek more help from a nearby mining company, Afgem.

About 100 people stood at the scene while paramilitary officers patrolled the area.

The government on Sunday put the number of those reported missing in the mine at 59, with 35 rescued and six bodies retrieved from the pits.

Ole Sendeka said there were about 196 people originally in the pits. Local media said the discrepancy in the number of miners arose due to the fact that some miners had failed to register their names before going underground.

Manyara Regional Commissioner Henry Shekifu said President Jakaya Kikwete was due to visit the site later in the day.

Explosions and suffocation are common causes of death in Tanzania’s “wild north”, where small-scale independent miners dig remote gem fields in search of the violet-blue tanzanite, prized by jewelry-lovers in wealthy nations.

In Tanzania’s worst mining disaster, about 70 people were killed in 1998 when heavy rains caused a mine to collapse.

In 2002, at least 48 miners were suffocated when a compressor used to pump clean air into a gemstone mine malfunctioned.

(Additional reporting by Antony Njuguna in Mererani and George Obulutsa in Nairobi)

(Writing by George Obulutsa; Editing by Bryson Hull)

April 1, 2008 Posted by | africa, my thoughts, news, TV | 1 Comment

Missing plane turns up 48 hours later!!!

is it just me or this doesnt make sense if the thing was a few kilometers away from the take off point why get to it 48 hours later????

Kenyan officials said Tuesday that a Kenya Airways flight that crashed in Cameroon killing 114 people had taken off only 30 seconds earlier.

The crash site, in a swamp southeast of Douala airport, was only 5.42 kilometres (3.37 miles) away from the end of the runway, Kenya Airways chief pilot Captain James Ouma told a news conference in Nairobi.

“We are talking about 30 seconds, so it had just lifted off,” Ouma said.

Initial reports said the wreckage was some 20 kilometres (12 miles) southeast of Douala.

Flight KQ 507 disappeared from radar screens after midnight Friday, shortly after taking off from Douala in bad weather. Rescue teams discovered its wreckage almost 48 hours later.

Investigators on Monday recovered the data recorder from the tail of the Boeing 737-800 but have yet to find its voice recorder, containing details of conversations between the pilot and the control tower in Douala.

Kenyan officials said Tuesday that they wanted “neutral” Canada to analyse the black boxes from the Kenya Airways wreckage.

“Canada, unlike Kenya and Cameroon and also the United States where Boeing manufacturers are located, is not an interested party,” said government spokesman Alfred Mutua.

“We also do feel that European nations would not be viewed as neutral due to competition between Boeing and Airbus,” Mutua said.

Meanwhile, Kenya Airways Chairman Evanson Mwaniki said the remains of 29 passengers had been recovered Monday night.

Victim identification experts, together with equipment from Britain and elsewhere, were to arrive Wednesday to aid Cameroonian authorities with their work.

For the first time the company admitted Tuesday that it was unlikely that there were any survivors.

“It appears the aircraft broke up on impact,” Mwaniki said.

Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Tuesday expressed his condolences to the victims’ families and announced a national day of mourning for May 14th. Nine Kenyan crew died in the disaster.

Kenya Airways flight 507 began its journey in the Ivory Coast city of Abidjan, and collected passengers on a stopover in Douala before heading for Nairobi.

The plane was carrying 105 passengers from 27 countries. Most had been planning to connect through Nairobi to other destinations outside Kenya.

May 10, 2007 Posted by | africa, black power, my thoughts, news, Rants And Flames | 3 Comments

Are you a revolutionary?

Revolutionary Mentality

1. Study-Oriented: reads, evaluates and debates books, newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals. Accepts the challenge of education.

2. Worker: looks for ways in which to actively work for self; may hold a job outside in order to sustain self and family. Self-Reliant.

3. Organized and Systematic – efficient and diligent.

4. Progressively Collective; conscious of others; Cooperative.

5. Family Oriented: regards mate as partner in struggle; loves children. Values trust in relationships.

6. Land Conscious: realizes that the only thing that nobody is making any more of is land.

7. Disciplined: strong, unyielding and energetic.

8. Serious. Practices fair play, order and punctuality. Honest and dependable.

9. Analytical and critical.

10. Frugal: buys mainly on need basis; saves.

11. Social life is developmental and involves children.

12. Creatively Aggressive: will dare the impossible if it is possible.

13. Respects Elders.

14. Dislikes incompetence and mediocrity.

15. Fights against Black on Black crime and understands that its root is white on Black crime.

16. Loves Black art, music and literature.

17. Can give and follow instructions. Encourages experimentation and criticism.

18. Committed to Black Liberation – local, national and international.

19. Does not use drugs.

20. Politically Active. Not crisis-oriented; acts on information rather than reacts. Plans ahead for the long term; alert; prepared for change.

21. Self-Confident. Respects others regardless of race or culture.

22. Understands the economic forces that control our lives on a local, national and international level.

23. Rational in decisions and actions.

24. Rewards merit and achievement.

April 16, 2007 Posted by | africa, black power, my thoughts, revolution, revolutionary | 1 Comment


I’m calling for all Kenyans and all other Africans matter of fact everybody with a brain to “BOYCOTT McDONALD’s” WorldWide! Some really good reasons why you should:

(1) There is fecal matter in every burger. Fecal also called shit, dukki, crap, it’s all the same. Do your research you eat it every-time you buy a burger at McDonald’s.

(2) There is steroids in the meat. Steroids is one of the major causes of deadly cancer you see in America all the time. Same with their chicken the so called meat the McChicken sandwich and McNuggets. What is a Nugget in McDonald’s terms anyway? It scares me to really find that answer.

(3) You are supporting Apartheid in the Middle East. McDonald’s was a major money supporter of the Apartheid movement in South Africa the whole time it was going on. Now the Apartheid between Israel and Palestine has a huge restaurant supporter for the Israelis and that is McDonald’s. They condone murder so, you buy McDonald’s you fund a murdering organization.

(4) They also support the American dictatorship in Iraq. Hoping when things settle down to open as many McDonald’s restaurants throughout Iraq. That is as sick as it can get.

(5) Not to mention the out right corporate racism seen around the world at all level’s of employment within McDonald’s. It is off the charts.

Should I really have to say anymore?

March 22, 2007 Posted by | africa, black power | 5 Comments