Award-winning rapper to visit TigerDirect.com’s Flagler location in Miami for an exclusive meet-and-greet with fans
TigerDirect.com is proud to announce they will host platinum-selling rap artist, philanthropist, and SMS Audio CEO, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson for a meet-and-greet on November 16th at the Flagler St. location in Miami. The event will celebrate SMS Audio™, a premier audio headphone and accessories brand from Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, which includes the STREET by 50 ™ and SYNC by 50 ™ models.
Announced via jumbotron during the 2nd Annual TigerDirect Tech Bash, 50 Cent took a break from his new music, philanthropy and businesses to let South Florida know of his upcoming appearance at the tech superstore. Delivering a professional, studio-quality music experience, the SMS Audio™ line includes STREET by 50™ On-Ear, Over-Ear, In-Ear, DJ Pro and Active Noise Control (ANC) wired headphones and SYNC by 50™ On-Ear wireless headphones and portable speaker.
With over 80 awards and 135 nominations under his belt, 50 Cent is no stranger to quality sound, and his line, SMS Audio™, delivers studio-mastered sound wherever you go. Read more…
COALITION FOR BRANDON C. JACKSON
|In this technologically advanced year of 2012, it is indeed sad that we still have a very long way to go with regard to basic human justice FOR ALL (as our Pledge of Allegiance alludes too). Injustices continue to take place daily in our nation, and for people of color, they are, unfortunately, more frequent and often more blatant.
Brandon Jackson has been caught up in a web of legal incompetence, cover-ups and blithe indifference. A law-abiding young African-American man who had never been in any sort of trouble in his life, he is proof positive that the Land of Oz is not the only place where unbelievable things happen. A New Jersey native, he has experienced the type of nightmare one would think had transpired in the Deep South in the 60′s.
To get to the point of this letter, Brandon Jackson has been incarcerated unjustly, for a 12-year term, after alarmingly lackadaisical legal representation by mainly “go-along to get-along” public defenders and private attorneys in Jackson, New Jersey. A series of other cover-ups regarding his case which, in a nutshell, involves his self-defense in a racial attack upon him in October 2006 (yes, this dragged on for five years), when he was 21 years old, by a group of white individuals who yelled “kill the nigger” and other racial comments, in which no other person was charged. He was convicted, without any evidence, of the aggravated assault of two of his attackers, who testified against him at trial. Although the responding officer classified the incident as a racially-motivated attack/bias crime at trial, which took place during the height of the Zimmerman incident, the judge said such comments were not important in Ocean County, New Jersey, a predominantly white county. So, what do we tell our African-American and Latino sons — that they are an endangered species? Where is the basic American justice for Brandon Jackson and those like him? Read more…