Today it was reported that Chris “Mad Daddy Kelly” 1/2 of the 90’s rap group Kris Kross was found dead at his Georgia home at the age of 34. When Kelly was found unconscious at his home he was rushed to the Atlanta Medical Center where he was pounced dead. Kelly was best known for the Kris kross mega smash “jump” Which was released in 1991 on Jermaine Dupri’s So So def music label. Dupri was also the man who discovered the young duo in an Atlanta mall and helped make them into young superstars. The cause of death is currently unknown but an autopsy is scheduled for Thursday morning.
R.I.P to a young hip hop lengend, We are still jumping for you Chris!!!
Today is truly another sad and tragic day in America. beloved Actor Michael Clarke Duncan was found dead just weeks he suffered a severe heart attack. Duncan was recovering in the hospital after his heart attack which happened two months, but had never fully recovered. His Fiance, Omorosa stated that both her and Duncan’s family have been extremely appreciative of all the prayers and well wishes that thousands of people were sending during this difficult time, and that this time should be used to remember Michael life and all those he touched rather that mourn his death. Duncan will surely be missed not only in Hollywood, but also in our thoughts and minds. His roles not only graced the screen with a larger than life presences, but his ever present smile and deeply unique voice will forever ring in our memories. Duncan was truly a giant amongst men by not only in physical stature but also in terms of a kind and giving heart. This man will truly be missed in this world and will never replaced. It’s quite to see another young positive black role model leave this earth so soon. R.I.P Michael Clarke Duncan….you will forever be missed.
Today Legendary singer and the proclaimed “Queen of Disco” passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer. Summer was a five time Grammy award winning singer and songwriter and her countless hits will forever be cherished and remembered as American music classics. Summer is survived by two granddaughters, 1 daughter, and her husband. Below is a video of Donna Summers in Concert where she shows off her amazing voice.
R.I.P to one of the greatest influences to American Motor sports and all of motor sports worldwide. Carrol Shelby was by far one of the greatest automobile designers and customizing forces in the automotive industry and has single handled been one of the keys to the success of American super cars and American racing that has helped established this country as a force in motor sports around the world. Carrol Shelby’s influences e and presence will surely be missed but it will forever live on in the legendary one of a kind marvelous automobiles that he created. Below is a link to an article describing the details behind Carrol Shelby’s life and legacy.
so I came across a blog post about a woman named Anna Brown who died Monday March 26th in Missouri jail cell after St.Mary’s Hospital in Richmond heights Missouri refused her medical treatment after she came into the hospital complaining about excruciating ankle pain. It turns out that a sprained ankle Brown suffered weeks prior had actually caused blot clots in here legs which traveled through her body and eventually into her heart. Brown was arrested at St. Mary’s hospital after she refused to leave the hospital until someone gave her medical attention because she was ion so much pain that she could not stand and had forced her to be bound to a wheelchair. Police showed up at St. Mary’s hospital and arrested Brown on site and booked her on trespassing charges and drug brown from the squad car to her jail cell where she cried in pain as she died. Now to me this is beyond black vs white, this issue is about a color that is much more powerful…green. Brown was technically homeless as she was going through some life issues, and she was in a court battle to regain custody of her children, but as her records sated she was not a drug addict, she was simply stuck in a very tough financial and metal state. brown however was a medicare recipient but as we know in America that is simply not enough if you want a hospital to save your life. Once again America shows it’s true colors and reminds us that if you can’t afford health care…you’re probably going to die. This is a sad fact of living in this country and it is one that must change. Below is an article from a St. Louis newspaper fulling detailing the events of the case and the life history of Anna Brown so that you can get a complete image of the story and formulate your own opinion.