Tha Pope come though the J.R. Bang Morning Show today to talk about his new mixtape Own Zone. In this interview Pope talks about being known more as a dancer, advice to the up and coming rappers in Chicago and more! Check out the interview!
A northeast Ohio sheriff’s deputy has been fired for ordering five jail inmates to dance to a song by Usher in exchange for privileges such as using a phone or microwave.
Media outlets citing an internal report say the Summit County sheriff fired the 35-year-old deputy this week for mistreating inmates, acting inappropriately and having a cellphone in the jail, apparently used to play the music.
The report says the deputy invited colleagues to watch April 11 as inmates danced. The Akron Beacon Journal reports one inmate did the worm, while another said he did the robot so he could use the phone to contact relatives after a family member’s death.
Investigators say the deputy admitted his mistake, but said he was only trying to ease tension in the jail.
Looks like a picture was worth a thousand words.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose wasn’t too please with the dancing antics of Lebron James and Dwight Howard. “I can dance,” Rose said after Sunday night’s All-Star Game. “But there’s a time and place for that and I don’t think it was right, then and there.”
Rose drew criticism from some fans around the city on Monday because he didn’t dance during the pregame introductions. While LeBron James and Dwight Howard put on a little show for the fans, Rose stood stonefaced on the side and kept his cool. He’s not worried about what people think of the fact he didn’t dance.
“I don’t care,” Rose said. “You just know that’s me, man. If you would have saw me out there dancing, you would have been looking at me different. I’m just me. I can’t be anybody else. I think that’s what people see.”
Rose also said that he didn’t know if James or Howard were mad that he didn’t dance with them.