MNEK – “Every Little Word” | Music Video - Having warmed up with an emotive, stripped performance of “Don’t Call This Love” in March, MNEK picks up the pace as he follows through with “Every Little ...
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"Shyne is home. He wants to say how happy he is to be home and to be a free man. He would love to have a conversation with the media but because he was legally advised by Professor Ogletree, he must not speak to the media because he doesn't want to prejudice his situation with the US government or with the Belize government. So he asked me to ask you that he does not want to disrespect you the media, but please to understand what is going on. You could see the tears in his eyes as they hugged and the romantic situation in there especially with his Grandmother and with his father, with his younger brother Anwar, they hugged and did not want to let go of each other....His residence at my place is two weeks away from completion so he has rented a complete floor at the Radisson Fort George Hotel. So every room on a floor was taken by him whether he will use it or not. He said that after going through the eight and a half years he has gone through, he needs some privacy, he needs not to be around anybody, he needs just to sit down in isolation and contemplate his life. And I think that we need to respect that. If you notice, he has lost an extreme amount of weight."
The infamous Jesus piece has always been a popular piece of hip hop jewelry for decades now. Back in the day, Notorious BIG donned his famous “cuban with the Jesus piece” and even rapped about it. Over a decade later the thick, 3D Jesus face pendant is still hot. Rappers are seen wearing them in platinum, gold and decorated with clear or colored stones. Recently, rappers Jay Z and Kanye west made a rare and custom piece, featuring the classic black Jesus piece in black color with black diamonds. This was matched with a black colored ball chain. The look is distinct and unique, and for a while, no one else had them.
As it turns out, another bit player has assumed a much more central figure.
Kazemi supposedly bought the gun from Adrian Gilliam Jr. in the parking lot of her place of employment. Police and Gilliam have characterized the transaction as a routine thing, with Gilliam now facing federal charges due to the fact that, as a convicted felon, he is not permitted to own a gun.
Keteyian interviewed Gilliam in prison, and the man who was convicted in 1993 on three counts of armed robbery and one count of second-degree murder claimed that he barely knew Kazemi and that he couldn't remember her name or how they met.
Per Keteyian, however, Kazemi's cell phone records demonstrate that she and Gilliam had been in almost daily contact in the weeks preceding Kazemi's death, with more than 200 calls and text messages exchanged between them.
The day before the July 4 shooting, Kazemi and Williams traded 49 calls and text messages.
Gilliam also called Kazemi at 12:02 a.m. on July 4, only a couple of hours before she died.
So while none of this means that Kazemi didn't pull the trigger on McNair and then herself, the fact that a convicted murderer is lying about his relationship with Kazemi is something that authorities who might prefer an open-and-shut case cannot in good conscience ignore.