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Apple, Beats by Dre, and Dr. Dre: Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Paid $20,000 to Have Him Killed @balleralert Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Paid $20,000 to Have Him Killed - blogged by @MsJennyb โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Back in 2016, SugeKnight filed a suit against co-founder of Death Row Records, DrDre, accusing him of hiring a hit man to take him out a few years prior. At the time of the alleged murder for hire plot, Dre had just secured the billion dollar Beats By Dre x Apple deal. However, Knight claims he had a lifetime contract with Dre, which supposedly forced the music producer to cough up $300 million of the deal. In an attempt to skip out on the payment, Knight claimed Dre ordered a $50,000 hit on him, which resulted in the 2014 1Oak shooting of Knight. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Now one year later, Knight is back with similar claims against the superstar record producer. This time, Knight claims Dre paid $20,000 to have him killed. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Knight claims he was shown a check back in July of 2016 that was made out to a man named Dwayne Johnson. He says the check was made out by Dr. Dre to have Knight killed, the same day the music exec fatally ran over Terry Carter at Tamโ€™s. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Knight claims Johnson also told him and a private investigator that the $20,000 check was partial payment for โ€œDwayne Johnson to participate in my murder,โ€ the documents state. However, according to TMZ, Knightโ€™s allegations may be a ploy to get himself off the hook, as he claims he had reason to fear for his life when he entered Tamโ€™s parking lot. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € As a result, Knight asked a judge to check Dreโ€™s financial records to prove he paid for the hit, however, the judge denied the motion.
Apple, Beats by Dre, and Dr. Dre: Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Paid
 $20,000 to Have Him Killed
 @balleralert
Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Paid $20,000 to Have Him Killed - blogged by @MsJennyb โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Back in 2016, SugeKnight filed a suit against co-founder of Death Row Records, DrDre, accusing him of hiring a hit man to take him out a few years prior. At the time of the alleged murder for hire plot, Dre had just secured the billion dollar Beats By Dre x Apple deal. However, Knight claims he had a lifetime contract with Dre, which supposedly forced the music producer to cough up $300 million of the deal. In an attempt to skip out on the payment, Knight claimed Dre ordered a $50,000 hit on him, which resulted in the 2014 1Oak shooting of Knight. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Now one year later, Knight is back with similar claims against the superstar record producer. This time, Knight claims Dre paid $20,000 to have him killed. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Knight claims he was shown a check back in July of 2016 that was made out to a man named Dwayne Johnson. He says the check was made out by Dr. Dre to have Knight killed, the same day the music exec fatally ran over Terry Carter at Tamโ€™s. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Knight claims Johnson also told him and a private investigator that the $20,000 check was partial payment for โ€œDwayne Johnson to participate in my murder,โ€ the documents state. However, according to TMZ, Knightโ€™s allegations may be a ploy to get himself off the hook, as he claims he had reason to fear for his life when he entered Tamโ€™s parking lot. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € As a result, Knight asked a judge to check Dreโ€™s financial records to prove he paid for the hit, however, the judge denied the motion.

Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Paid $20,000 to Have Him Killed - blogged by @MsJennyb โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Back in 2016, SugeKnight filed a suit agai...

Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE GEL @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN RAT "What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿฆ‡๐ŸŽฎ
Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE
 GEL
 @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN
 RAT
"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿฆ‡๐ŸŽฎ

"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interact...

Confused, Cookies, and Girls: Ask anything. Yahoo Answers Now Download on the asked in pets App Store I have a dog and a cat. Is it true that they have the same legal rights that Ihave? Do fish grieve the death of another fish? I had two goldfish in one tank and they seemed pretty close.. always swimming next to each other. Recently one of the goldfish died and was removed from... Update: Do you think i could reintroduce a new goldfish? Or would the current one not like that? 5 answers Fish Ads hey this is just something I've been wanting to address for a while and my mom actually brought it up and I decided to talk about it. So, a lot of people have asked me if I buy my followers (supposedly because my account grows so fast?). The answer is a resounding NO. I don't have the money to buy followers, and even if I did, wouldn't they all unfollow? on my personal account, whenI've found that I randomly am following certain big accounts with a one word title like "hoe" or "girls" (not those accounts specifically, if they even exist, (side note, why do so many big accounts have somewhat crude names? like hoeposts and slutposts and stuff? no hate, just confused)) and I unfollow them as soon as I see them. Wow that was a long tangent sorry lol, but anyway, I just want to say that no I don't buy followers. Also, the reason that I think my account grows so well is because I interact with you guys so much and I post so often. I reply to all of my DMs and I read almost all of your comments and I talk to so many of you guys all the time. I get a minimum of about 50 DMs a day and I spend my time talking to you guys because it's what I love doing. I started this account to share the happiness and fun that I found in my life and that's still the reason I run it. Speaking of that, I ran this account at 1,000 followers the same way I run it at 234,000 followers. Even if I only make one or two people happy, that still makes a difference right? When I only had my personal account, the memes in my feed always lifted my mood and I wanted to be someone who could do the same for others. That's the reason I don't care about how many followers I have, too. There could be just 20 followers here and I would still post and talk to you guys because that's what I love doing. I hope that cleared some stuff up for you maybe? Anyway, thanks for reading this!! โค cookies to all of you ๐Ÿช๐Ÿช๐Ÿช
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 Yahoo Answers
 Now
 Download on the
 asked in pets
 App Store
 I have a dog and a cat. Is it true
 that they have the same legal
 rights that Ihave?
 Do fish grieve the death of another fish?
 I had two goldfish in one tank and they seemed
 pretty close.. always swimming next to each
 other. Recently one of the goldfish died and was
 removed from...
 Update:
 Do you think i could reintroduce a new goldfish?
 Or would the current one not like that?
 5 answers
 Fish
 Ads
hey this is just something I've been wanting to address for a while and my mom actually brought it up and I decided to talk about it. So, a lot of people have asked me if I buy my followers (supposedly because my account grows so fast?). The answer is a resounding NO. I don't have the money to buy followers, and even if I did, wouldn't they all unfollow? on my personal account, whenI've found that I randomly am following certain big accounts with a one word title like "hoe" or "girls" (not those accounts specifically, if they even exist, (side note, why do so many big accounts have somewhat crude names? like hoeposts and slutposts and stuff? no hate, just confused)) and I unfollow them as soon as I see them. Wow that was a long tangent sorry lol, but anyway, I just want to say that no I don't buy followers. Also, the reason that I think my account grows so well is because I interact with you guys so much and I post so often. I reply to all of my DMs and I read almost all of your comments and I talk to so many of you guys all the time. I get a minimum of about 50 DMs a day and I spend my time talking to you guys because it's what I love doing. I started this account to share the happiness and fun that I found in my life and that's still the reason I run it. Speaking of that, I ran this account at 1,000 followers the same way I run it at 234,000 followers. Even if I only make one or two people happy, that still makes a difference right? When I only had my personal account, the memes in my feed always lifted my mood and I wanted to be someone who could do the same for others. That's the reason I don't care about how many followers I have, too. There could be just 20 followers here and I would still post and talk to you guys because that's what I love doing. I hope that cleared some stuff up for you maybe? Anyway, thanks for reading this!! โค cookies to all of you ๐Ÿช๐Ÿช๐Ÿช

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Future, Memes, and Money: Black hawk down is one of the most racist
 and dishonest movies ever made...
 Ochakabars
 lt basically brands all Somalis as pirates,
 while glorifying the US military murdering,
 Ooo Somali people, many were innocent
If you want the knowledge to spread tag everyone... The movie depicts a raid gone wrong during the 1993 U.S. occupation of Somalia, leading to the deaths of 18 U.S. soldiers and some 1,000 Somalis. Donald Rumsfeld and the Pentagon brass hoped it would help to whip up patriotism and justify future military adventures to stop "terrorism." But actor BRENDAN SEXTON III, who appeared in the movie, believes that the real story of the U.S. government's "humanitarian" mission in Somalia is very different. In certain scenes, U.S. soldiers-before they even entered the now-infamous firefights in Mogadishu-were asking whether the U.S. should be there, how effective the U.S. military presence was, and why the U.S. was targeting one specific warlord in Somalia, Gen. Mohammed Farah Aidid. As we moved closer to actually filming the script, the script moved further and further away from the little that existed of its questioning character. The U.S. Army Rangers, who we were portraying in the film, are an elite group of soldiers that only number 1,500 or so. Their average age is 19. They're not Special Forces, but they carry out "Special Ops" DURING THE Cold War, Somalia was a client state of the former USSR, with the U.S. supporting the regime of King Haile Selassie in rival Ethiopia. When Haile Selassie was overthrown, the alliances switched, and the U.S. then backed the dictator Siad Barre in Somalia. From the late 1970s onward, the U.S. sent about $50 million a year in arms to Barre's regime to help him keep a tight grip on the country. When repression wasn't enough, Barre exploited divisions among the different clans in Somalia. When Barre was overthrown, these clan rivalries exploded. The civil war that followed caused a horrible famine that took 300,000 lives, as the warring factions took over the farms of rival clans and burned their crops. Had the U.S. given Somalia constructive aid-like money for agriculture and infrastructure, instead of military aid-the famine most likely never would have happened. U.S. intervention was supposedly to stop this famine, but the reality is completely different... chakabars more below

If you want the knowledge to spread tag everyone... The movie depicts a raid gone wrong during the 1993 U.S. occupation of Somalia, leading ...