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Wow. Rick Ross responded. You know, it takes a lot for a Rick Ross to respond, directly anyway. Earlier today, Rozay got a fight offer from Haitian Fresh. And Fresh was upset stating that Ross and DJ Khaled have violated him. I don't really know what is going on.
I do not know Creole, but if Haitian Fresh had a problem with me, I would find out. Apparently, Haitian Fresh - the legendary OG - has issues with Rozay and his buddy DJ Khaled! I would not want these issues, quite frankly! It seems like Haitian Fresh has a million if Ross will fight him one-on-one.
P.Plus delivers the Haiti BaeB assisted collab "Murda Capital" shot by @flyTy773 off his well recieved "This Is Not A Drill" project hosted by DJ Mil-Ticket & Stack Or Starve. Peep the visual below!
Photos by: Dezobri & Frederick Alexis
(AllHipHop News) Founding Fugees member Pras Michel was in New York City to screen the documentary Sweet Micky For President at the Crosby Street Hotel. The film follows Pras' return to his home country of Haiti after the 2010 earthquake in order to support presidential candidate Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly.
Have you ever been in love and not been sure how to express your feelings for your significant other? This guy right here figured it out. Hailing from Rockland County, New York, Haitian rapper, Young Gifted knows exactly how to show his love for his girl, he decided to serenade his woman with his new [...]
I wrote this about 4 years ago for AllHipHop.com right after the earthquake that happened 5 years ago in Haiti. There has been some progress but most of this still rings true.
Originally written in January of 2015
We are all aware of the tragedy of the 2010 Earthquake that hit Haiti and ravaged the country. The relief funds started to pop up everywhere and one of the main organizations waiving the flag was the Red Cross. The organization raised around $500 Million dollars to help rebuild Haiti. A recent NPR report though has shown that the Red Cross has only built 6 new permanent homes with all of that money. So this has people asking where did the money go? Yvette Carnell of BreakingBrown.com along with Ben Dixon speak about what happened and the controversy surrounding this. Here is a link to the full NPR Report that details more on this headline.