QUOTE OF THE DAY…

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He who wishes to be obeyed must know how to command.
Niccolo Machiavelli

[WISDOM AND KNOWLEDGE]

~TB

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DERRION ALBERT “TEENAGER BEATEN TO DEATH IN A STREET BRAWL”


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Albert’s mom said witnesses told her that her son “trying to help another student and kind of got mixed in with the crowd of the fight and he was hit.”
A memorial and march planned for Sunday was rescheduled for Monday at 1 p.m., the Tribune reports.
UPDATE: Police are questioning four people in connection with Albert’s death, Fox Chicago reported late Sunday night.
The student who hit Albert with a board is in custody, Fox reports, as police try to figure out why Albert, an honor student whom family and friends said was not involved with a gang, was killed.
Meanwhile, police beefed up security around Fenger Monday as students returned to school the week after the melee that led to Albert’s death.
“We want to provide reassurance to the public that there’s a police presence and they can feel safe in the neighborhood and kids can feel safe at school,” the Tribune quoted Morgan Park District Commander Michael Kuemmeth as saying.

Wow! This is very sad, what is going on with these violent teens today?

This is a very unfortunate, but this is a result of bad parenting and
also some of the violent lyrics in todays rap music.

My heart goes out to the family of this young man, I have nephews the
same age as this young man and it would hurt me deeply if this happen
to them. I think that the teenagers of this violent crime should get
the maximum sentence.

[GODS SPEED TO THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD]

RIP DERRION ALBERT

~TB

“P. DIDDY” WILL END HIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL WITH WARNER MUSIC GROUP/ATLANTIC RECORDS…

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A spokeswoman for Diddy confirms that the hip-hop star has been hashing out a new recording deal, but won’t reveal the name of the label.

It’s official, P. Diddy will end his exclusive deal with Warner Music Group/Atlantic Records at the end of September. The music mogul confirms his exit from the record label to Billboard. “Now that the term of the Warner deal has ended, I have elected to accept an opportunity to move my recording career and future label venture to another company,” Diddy says in a statement.

A spokeswoman for Diddy, in the meantime, says a new deal has been hashing out. However, little is known about the new joint venture as the spokeswoman would not confirm which label Diddy will be partnering with though talks have been brewing that a deal is in place for his next album, “Last Train to Paris”, to be released by Interscope Records.

Notwithstanding his exit from Warner Music, the joint venture that Diddy has with the company for the current roster and catalog of his Bad Boy label will remain in place.

P. Diddy signed recording deal with Warner Music Group in 2005. The one album he has released through the label, 2006’s “Press Play”, has sold 703,000 units to date, according to Nie
2006’s “Press Play”, has sold 703,000 units to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

[MUSIC SWAG AND LIFE]

~TB