Monday, 28 May 2012

Lil Wayne Twitter Thugging, Says “F*CK Pusha T”

We tend to like our beef on a bun or with A1 steak sauce, but if it’s rap beef, put it on wax rather than Twitter. Well, that’s exactly what Pusha T of G.O.O.D. Music did in his hot new track “Exodus 23:1″ where he disses Drake, Lil Wayne and the entire YMCMB squad. GlobalGrind.comsuggests the diss is a response to Drake’s slight jab on Meek Mill’s “Amen.” On the record Drake raps, “G.O.O.D ain’t good enough, and your hood ain’t hood enough.” Although it’s not clear if Drake was throwing shade Pusha T’s, Pusha T responded on his latest track featuringThe Dream.

The song itself is fire from the lyrics to the beat. Pusha T disses Drake rapping, “Contract all f*cked up, I guess that means you’re all f*cked up/You signed to one n*gga, that signed to another n*gga, that signed to three n*ggas, now that’s bad luck.” Clearly Pusha T takes lyrical beef seriously. Not even the head honcho of Young Money was exempt from his vitriolic flow. “Jeremy Scott’s all camouflage, you can’t hide it from yourself career sabotage/I was really in that Travelodge, you just lying through your catalogs/Where the blood and the battle scars, we the ones the judge juggling them gavel’s on,” he raps about Weezy. Pusha T is pulling Wayne’s “gangster” card.

Lil Wayne hasn’t dropped a response track, yet, but we doubt this will go unaddressed on wax. In the meantime he hopped on Twitter to let everyone know how he feels. He tweeted:
Lil Wayne Tweets F*ck Pusha T
Guess these two won’t be collaborating any time soon. These days we don’t know if battle raps are true issues with the artist or a ploy to sell records. But Pusha T and Drake may have started an all out war between G.O.O.D. Music and YMCMB. This isn’t the first time Pusha T has subliminally dissed Drake. He freestyled over Drake’s “Don’t F*ck With Me (Dreams Money Can Buy)” and threw shade over the beat to Drizzy’s own song. When asked about it he denied the verse was referring to Drake. Hey, this makes for great music. But real beef doesn’t come complete with tweets. We’re just sayin’.

Canal Walk Century City parking is lekker mal!

Monday I went to Canal Walk ,Century City. I was there for literally 20min, when I got back to the pay station I took the card out to put into the machine ,(expecting it to say it's cool bru, just go, don't pay) NO instead I got a surprise. The machine said I must pay R600 !!!!!!!
Anyway, obviously I did what all male will do, cancel the ticket and just tune the guy at the gate I lost my card or follow someone out the gate when they leave.
But then I noticed that the card I took out my wallet was an old one that I must have kept (don't ask me why).
There was the one I was looking for...right there. Put it in and bam, now I owe R8, but still R6 for 20min at Canal walk? they are out of there minds. that is crazy.
Now I have a plan, I'm gonna keep that card and see how much I can get that amount to and ask a security guy to help me next time, just to see how long it takes him to figure this one out.

Saturday, 26 May 2012

Justin Bieber Graduation

Justin Timberlake ,oops sorry.. Bieber graduates from high school!

Ek is regtig nie 'n fan van die klein k... nie, nou hoor ek hy het ge-graduate?
Ek het nie geweet hulle laat 12jarige outjies graduate nie.

Biebie raak nou biebs. Lyk vir my bietjie na nog 'n agterstraat seuntjie (backstreat boy)

By Matt Donnelly
May 23, 2012, 1:10 p.m.
It's one thing to land a celebrity as a commencement speaker upon graduation. When you're Justin Bieber, however, celebs stage the entire ceremony.
This was the case on Wednesday as Ellen DeGeneres welcomed the pop star to perform his hit "Boyfriend," and threw in a last-minute surprise: a cap-and-gown rite of passage to celebrate Bieber's completion of his GED requirements.
"I know you graduated two weeks ago and you really didn't have a traditional graduation ceremony. (probably because you are still 12) So I'm going to give you one right now," Ellen said (video clip above).
"Before we begin, I know how important your hair is," Ellen said, providing Bieber with an apparatus that held a tasseled cap just above his coif.
A stage, podium and even an audience of his mother, Pattie Malette, and manager, Scooter Braun, completed the moment.

"We're here to honor the accomplishments of the Biebs, a great American who happens to be from Canada. Justin, you finally made it, you're graduating and I'm so proud of you, because I always said, 'There ain't nothing more better than an education,' " DeGeneres joked.
Bieber completed his studies the first week of May, an effort made soley to please mom Malette."That was something my mom really wanted me to do, so I had to do it for her," Bieber said.

And 30 years later......

Well at least he's got an i phone!

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Zuma se tollie.

If you were wondering what all the hype is about...well here is the painting of Zuma's tollie.
Honestly if it upset him I think he would have made a statement by now, instead the ANC is "DEMANDING" that the portrait must be removed from the exhibition immediately & all media should take it off their posts, blogs & other media. That is why I say f that shit. Here it is. Why not.

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Telkom FAIL - tydsaam se moses

Last week me and the wife were standing in Telkom's looooong Que for one of there deals. After a long long loooooong wait in the Que I looked over to the right and noticed something on the table next to a guy standing and chatting to the consultant or sales lady or whatever she was supposed to be doing.
Anyway what I saw was one of the dads kids fell asleep on her table. It was funny, but then I noticed the other one underneath the table tempting "cable theft" right there under her desk. That made me feel a bit better standing there for so long, just looking and wondering WTF.

Monday, 14 May 2012

Photo of shipwreck by Kyle Mijlof

Awesome photo of Clifton Shipwreck taken by Kyle Mijlof on Saturday morning.
At least some good came from this ship stranding on our beach.

Hotel at Waterfront bans Malema

Some say "What goes around comes around" others say they believe in karma.

I say "If these wannabe youth league members think they can come to Cape Town and act like monkeys, they must stay out"

Read below the story of Malema being banned from Waterfront Hotel

Expelled former ANCYL leader Julius Malema has been barred from entering Luthuli House and other party offices, and has also been banned from a plush boutique apartment in Cape Town.
A reservation manager at the Waterfront Village hotel in the V&A Waterfront has confirmed that Malema has been “blacklisted” - for alleged “bad behaviour” and “disrespect” towards staff and security guards during a recent stay there.
The manager, Valencia Santi, confirmed last week she had conveyed the message about the banning in an e-mail, written “(on) instruction from my superiors”.
A source told Weekend Argus sister title The Sunday Independent that Malema was a long-term patron at the hotel, and that there had been no previous problems with his “noisy behaviour”.
The source, who is close to Malema, suspects that the timing has to do with Malema’s political woes after he was booted out of the ANC.
Santi sent the e-mail to Malema’s travel agent, informing them that he may no longer stay there.

“Please inform all the consultants that the Waterfront Village has blacklisted the guest from the youth league due to bad behaviour and disrespect to the staff and the security… we can no longer accept bookings,” Santi wrote.
A surprised Malema responded that he had no idea when he had done “all this”.
“I am not aware of any banning. They have never brought such a thing to me. I have never done a party in Cape Town,” he said.
Meanwhile, ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has instructed the ruling party’s branches to bar Malema and his co-accused from entering ANC offices, attending its meetings, or participating in any activity of the party.
In a letter dated April 25, Mantashe told the ruling party’s provincial secretaries to inform all branches about the disciplinary penalties imposed on Malema, the league’s secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa, and spokesman Floyd Shivambu.
Magaqa has been slapped with a one-year suspension from the ruling party, while Shivhambu has been thrown out of the party for three years.
“The three comrades mentioned are not to be invited to meetings of any structure of the ANC, should not be allowed to involve themselves in any ANC activities, nor are they allowed to enter ANC offices,” Mantashe said in the circular.
In another blow to Malema, Mantashe called on the ANC provincial secretaries to assist with an investigation into possible fraudulent changes to the league’s constitution, allegedly designed to shield Malema from disciplinary penalties imposed by the ANC.
The ANC’s appeals committee, headed by ANC senior leader and businessman Cyril Ramaphosa, ruled that there was no “cogent” evidence that the correct procedure was followed in amending article 11.2 of the league’s constitution. In terms of the old constitution, disciplinary sanctions of the ANC had the “same application in all structures of the ANC”.
But at the height of the disciplinary action against Malema, in November last year, he argued that the ANC’s disciplinary committee relied on an old constitution to rein in youth league leaders.
The league changed its constitution at its elective conference last June.
The amendments meant Malema and the league’s members could only be fired from the ANC - not from the youth league.
This amendment is now under investigation. - Sunday Argus

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Zuma's Revenge

I found these two games at a PC shop this weekend. I was wondering if this was a joke ,or is this government issued.
You never know what they are up to.
Maybe next time you are at home affairs office, waiting in a moerse Q,  check over the counter and have a look what is on the screen. Maybe it's Zuma's "mind boggling addictive" game or Zuma's Revenge.