Legendary singer Don Ho, known for the hit ‘Tiny Bubbles’, died on Saturday. He was 76. According to Al Sharpton, the cause of death was racism.
In the midst of the controversy surrounding the Don Imus scandal, rapper Snoop Dog eloquently denied that rap degrades women by calling them hos. Said Snoop Dog, “rappers are not talking about no collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We’re talking about hos that’s in the ‘hood that ain’t doing s— that’s trying to get a n—- for his money.”
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton plans to visit Rutgers University on Monday and meet with the women’s basketball team at the center of the Don Imus scandal, although insiders do caution that Clinton’s trip might be called off should polls show that Americans have stopped caring about the basketball team. Campaign workers were reportedly also heard commenting on the distinct possibility of Clinton meeting and defending Don Imus, should polls prove that Americans sympathize with him in the wake of his firing from CBS Radio.