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J Cole – Kurupt – Tokyo & DeRay Davis Turn up for the King of Hollywoods Birthday Bash

August 2, 2013 Leave a comment

J. COLE turns up in hollywood for Jimmie Maggette’ birthday celebration sponsored by Grand Leyenda Tequila

Kurupt – Tokyo – DeRay Davis and more pop up for the celebratory engagement

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(HOLLYWOOD, CA) August 1, 2013 – J Cole, one of hip-hops freshest Mc’s turned up in Hollywood CA. to celebrate the birthday and crowning of Hollywood’ #1 urban nightlife promoter “Sir Jimmie Maggette”. Throughout the evening industry moguls and socialites threw back bottles of the hottest new Tequila brand to hit the market Grand Leyenda Tequila. Hundreds and hundreds of bottles fell from the ceilings of the supper club as brand owner Derrell Spann looked on as he celebrated his birthday on the same night as Sir Maggette. Comedian/Actor Deray Davis and urban model Tokyo were also spotted taking in the festivities inside the packed club along with an additional live performance by DPG’s own Kurupt Young Gotti. Sir Maggette’s grand entrance complete with thousands of rose petals thrown at his feet, lights, cameras and a royal party, was an unforgettable moment in the extraordinary night of celebration. Hollywood’ own DJ BAD had the house jumping to the sounds of “Ain’t worried bout nothing” “Some type of Way” “Same damn time” and countless other hits! Read more…


I Am Troy Davis And You Are, Too: Pondering The Death Penalty, Reasonable Doubt & Black Men

September 21, 2011 2 comments

By Deneen Millner

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Troy Anthony Davis could be my father.

My husband.

My brother.

My son.

My nephew.

My friend.

One of us.

And I am sorely reminded of this as the hours, the minutes, the seconds tick closer to 7 p.m., when Davis, found guilty in the murder of an off-duty Savannah, GA, police officer 22 years ago, will have his veins injected with a lethal cocktail of execution drugs as punishment for the death of Officer Mark MacPhail, despite evidence that strongly suggests Davis may not have killed him. Read more…

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