Daily Archives: May 30, 2011
“Project Pat of Three 6 Mafia makes a club appearance in Monroe, NC. An argument occurs between two people but then dies down for a while until later on in the night where an all out WWF CLUB BRAWL occurs, also described as EPIC RATCHETNESS.
In Tarpon Springs,Florida this past Monday, a man decided he was gonna rob the local pharmacy. He comes into the facility and jumps the counter, stabbing a clerk in the neck. Pretty much from there on it was all downhill for the criminal.
The clerk fought back, and so did the owner, and so did a customer. The suspect quickly goes from being the aggressor to being put on defense as he is held in a headlock right on the front counter while the employees wait for police to arrive. The owner then gets a baseball bat and takes a few swings at the man while he’s hemmed up on the counter.
While at the “W Midtown Hotel” in ATL for her birthday celebration, Lashawna Threatt (30) was “play” wrestling with a friend when they went crashing through the 10th floor window of their hotel room. Threatt fell 5 stories to her death. She was found on a sun room roof below the room. Her friend was found not much farther away from her on an outdoor patio. Threatt was pronounced dead on Saturday, while the friend identified as Ciara Williams was taken to a local hospital where she is listed in critical condition. Passionate Chonvill, a friend of both ladies said “They had just gotten in the hotel and were having a good time, my friends who were there said it was so random. They literally just fell out the window. They are two small girls and I am trying to figure out how the hell, two small girls could break a window like that.”
Threatt was an up and coming video and promotional model, she leaves behind her 15 year old daughter. The police says that there is no expected foul play, it is just an unfortunate accident. Paul Guerrucci, commander of the Atlanta Police Department’s homicide unit, said “They were play wrestling and the next thing you know, they went toward the window and through the window and out they went.”
“Michael Jordan is probably the greatest scorer to ever play the game. I may go so far as saying LeBron James may be the greatest player to ever play the game.”
According to James however, while flattering—the statement’s simply not true.
He tells Miami’s The Sun Sentinel,
“Michael’s an unbelievable player. I’ve got a long way—long way—to be mentioned as far as one of the all-time greats. Not even just Jordan. There’s a lot of great players who have played in this league. Larry Bird, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, all these guys who are floating around with multiple rings, Bill Russell, all these guys who have pioneered this game.”
“I’m gracious. Humbled by Scottie’s comments, especially with him being a teammate of his and seeing Michael on a day-to-day basis. But as far as me, I’m not going to sit here and say I’m better than Jordan. I’m not better than Jordan.”