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  • Suge Knight Claims He Knows Who Killed 2Pac And Insists They Were Really After Him

    Back in September of 1996, Suge Knight was driving the BMW that got riddled with the bullets that killed 2Pac. While it was always thought that 2Pac was the intended target (due to a scuffle that went down at the Tyson fight Suge and 'Pac were attending), Knight is now saying he was the one they were shooting at.

    This new information comes from a signed affidavit that Knight's attorney Thaddeus Culpepper released. Knight says that it was his ex-wife Sharitha and former Death Row security chief Reggie Wright, Jr. who were behind the hit, and it was Knight, not 'Pac, who they were gunning for. This information is reportedly in the new documentary Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton, and Knight says everything they presented in this doc is true.

    A spokesperson for the film reportedly told Music News that "Culpepper told Carlin individually that not only did Knight confirm the events as portrayed in Compton, which portray Knight was the intended target and Shakur as collateral damage, as true, but also goes on to allege that these 1996 events may have been the first in a history of attempts on Knight's life, culminating in the recent attempted killing of Knight at the 1OAK Club in Los Angeles, where Knight was shot six times."

    Interestingly enough, Knight was adamant that he wouldn't tell the police who killed 'Pac if he knew who it was just two months after 'Pac died. On national television, no less.

    Reggie Wright Jr. told AllHipHop in 2015 that multiple people have tried to connect him with 2Pac's death, and that "all these people are dropping dead. I keep telling people God don’t like ugly. I hope people learn a lesson from this." That's eerie as f*ck, and can be taken a couple of different ways. Either way, there's currently no word on if authorities will be pursuing more with Wright. 

     

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  • Pilot mistakenly plays her explicit video

    While most airlines provide an endless stream of movies and TV shows to keep flyers occupied,a South African airline female pilot,identified as Patience Thusi recently made headlines when she mistakenly played her own private material,a video of her bathing instead of a movie.

     

    The embarrassing video which she insisted was recorded for fun by her boyfriend has landed her in trouble as the airline intends to temporarily suspend her from her duties whilst she is on half salary.

     

    ”I really apologize for the mix up it wasn’t my intention to be honest,to those 125 passengers who were on-board please have a heart and forgive me,I’m truly sorry I promise that will never happen again”, said Patience.

    According to a report,some na_ughty, mostly male passengers were seen glued on their plane TV screens having a ‘dosage’ for the long journey,busy recording with their mobile phones.

    All hell broke loose when the video was immediately reposted on YouTube by one of the passengers and the matter reached the management in the blink of an eye.

    ”We didn’t expect that from her as she is the one of our most decent staff members, unfortunately she is more likely to be charged for public indec_ency as well. Although she insists it was a mistake,police don’t usually care whether it was done out of a mistake or not”,said the South African Airways spokesperson,Mr Edward Thompson.

    Source : Online

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  • Why are cars so expensive in Ethiopia?

    Owning a car for many Ethiopians - even those with ready cash to spend in one of the world's fastest-growing economies - remains a pipe dream.

    "I have been saving for nearly four years now, and I still can't afford to buy even the cheapest vehicle here," a frustrated Girma Desalegn tells me.

    He has been shopping around for a whole week in capital, Addis Ababa, and has still not found an affordable car.

    He is looking to buy a second-hand car imported from the Gulf states or Europe - but even they are prohibitively expensive because the government classifies cars as luxury goods.

    This means even if a vehicle is second hand, it will be hit with import taxes of up to 300%.

    "I have a budget of $15,000 (£12,300) and had expected that with that I could buy a decent family car.

    "I don't want to buy the Toyota Vitz," he says pointing to a row of small hatchbacks that have now become popular on Ethiopian roads.

    These cost about $16,000 in Ethiopia; in neighbouring Kenya the same car costs not more than $8,000.

    It seems little wonder that Ethiopia has the world's lowest rate of car ownership, with only two cars per 1,000 inhabitants, according to a 2014 Deloitte report.

     

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  • Usain Bolt and Almaz Ayana Crowned 2016 World Athletes of the Year

    Jamaica’s Usain Bolt and Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana have been named the male and female World Athletes of the Year at the IAAF Athletics Awards 2016, held at Sporting Monte Carlo on Friday (2).

    Bolt, who won the award five times between 2008 and 2013, added to his legacy by earning the trophy for a record sixth occasion. The sprinting superstar this year successfully defended his Olympic titles in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m, bringing his lifetime tally of Olympic gold medals to nine.

    He clocked season’s bests of 9.81 and 19.78 to win the 100m and 200m in Rio and then anchored the Jamaican team to a world-leading 37.27 when winning the 4x100m.

    He also went undefeated throughout the whole season at all distances, including heats.

    "I live for the moments when I walk into a stadium and I hear a loud roar and Rio was outstanding," said Bolt, whose award was presented by IAAF President Sebastian Coe. "One of the main reasons I'm continuing for another year is because of the fans; they don't want me to retire. I have to give thanks to them."

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