George Zimmerman’s team has released the bloody pics of his head that backs up Zimmerman’s claim that he was assaulted by Trayvon Martin, thus the reason he confronted, shot, and killed the teen walking home from 7-11 in the early evening not committing a crime. It’s hard for me to not be biased in this case because I can’t understand how a teen walking home from 7-11, shortly after sunset, looks suspicious enough to kill. How suspicious can you look at 6:59 PM on a Sunday when everyone is home preparing for work and school? I would understand the “suspicion” more if the incident took place at 2 AM, but at 7 PM, that’s what teens do, walk to 7-11 to get some effin’ Skittles and tea.
Anyway, whatever happens after George Zimmerman exits his vehicle, leads to a fight or a “struggle”. Sounds like Zimmerman is losing from his testimony and feels he has to shoot Trayvon Martin to save his life, the life Zimmerman puts in danger by ignoring the dispatcher and exiting his vehicle to follow an unknown “man”. During the fight, Zimmerman says Trayvon Martin hit his head against the concrete. Here is the photo that proves Zimmerman’s head was indeed bloodied:
Another surprising factor is that Zimmerman is granted a $150,000 bond today, despite the nature of the crime and past violent cases,
I don’t know about you guys but I’ve always liked rapper David Banner. The Jackson, Mississippi native has always had a kind of swag about him that was appealing and has had some very intelligent interviews over the years. And I guess people took notice, because according to XXL Magazine, Banner has been asked to speak at the prestigious Harvard University.
David will be talking specifically about his experience during the 1992 L.A. Riots as a guest panelist. He’ll be joining other activists, scholars and artists to discuss the lasting effects surrounding the events of 20 years ago. In a time where it seems racial issues are at levels unseen since the Civil Rights movement, this discussion seems to be right on time. When the Trayvon Martin shooting first hit the national news media, David was one of the first rappers to step up and comment on the situation and racial profiling in America:
I can’t say that I’ve seen much choreography from Rihanna, especially in music videos. I think the last that I really saw was in Pon De Replay. But Rihanna takes a break in a busy schedule to work on some dance moves for her upcoming video for her next single Where Have You Been.
Coming straight to you with no makeup and censor free, we get a look at the superstar’s choreography work and dedication to perfecting her craft. Choreographer Hi Hat even tells a story about RiRi eating dinner the night before, as she was standing and practicing her dance moves. Not bad! The song is heavy in the beat so I expect something pretty dramatic and energetic. Check out the video, when you continue…