Friday, April 08, 2022

Positive K Calls Out TMZ Over Kid Creole Mix Up


This week rapper Kidd Creole from Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five was convicted on manslaughter charges after stabbing a homeless man to death who he thought was trying to hit on him [click here if you missed that]. 

"I Gotta Man" rapper Positive K calls out TMZ for using HIS picture in their report about Kidd Creole...




8 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're always giving black folks unneeded and unwanted publicity. I hope this will get him some spins and some revenue for his headache.

Anonymous said...

That's messed up.

Anonymous said...

Translation; Cough up BIG coins, NOW !!!

Anonymous said...

He looks great!!!! Poittive K is positive ��

Anonymous said...

Of course tmz is a janky news source... that's part of their brand. Only because Harvey is a lawyer, it doesn't mean he hires the best fact checkers. And their misinformation isn't limited to Black folks either. Right before he died Scott Welland (Stone Temple Pilots) sued tmz for saying he was in jail when he was actually on tour.
Back to topic.
Yes, Positive K does look good...guess that's a benefit of just laying low and not getting mixed up in ish.

R in NYC said...

Tmz ain't shiiid

Anonymous said...

We still look alike them. Hire more black ppl to tell our story. I can't stand those big mouth, know it all Yt boys, running they mouth, like they know us.

Anonymous said...

BuzzFeed spoke to nearly two dozen former TMZ employees, and it’s clear that Bieber’s tape was not the only near-priceless piece of dirt in the proverbial TMZ vault. (TMZ did not respond to multiple requests for comment.) According to these ex-employees, the sealed testimonies from the Michael Jackson molestation trial hide there as does footage of various celebrities — Bieber, Lohan, Travolta — behaving badly. The vault isn’t a secret at TMZ — even the lowest on the staff ladder have heard whispers of its existence. As to what goes up on the site and what stays vaulted, that’s a finer, more esoteric calculus — and one in which celebrities and their publicists have come to live in fear. As one source explained, “There’s no doubt: [Harvey] Levin absolutely changed the way celebrities function today.”

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