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Screamfamous Clothing New Celebrity Hot Spot London Fashion in Hollywood!


What is the newest, hottest store? To shop at, with the new London Feel?

 

ScreamFamous Clothing is the new famous hot spot to shop at! If you remember my last blog post on Rock Stars & Angels I said they were going to be like the next ED HARDY! what happened? A ton a celebrities started hitting their store! They are located off Melrose Ave. in Hollywood Ca, there still going strong! Now guess what? There is another store taking over! ScreamFamous Clothing  has a really cool London feel to them. They are originally from London and it seems like they are gonna be one of the new Melrose hot spots bringing that London feel to Hollywood.

ScreamFamousClothing was founded by Canan Fraser in October 2012 in Los Angeles, California after many years of involvement in the London fashion scene. Canan saw the need to bring high quality punk-rock inspired clothing, streetwear, and unique jewelry to Melrose avenue directly from fashion districts of London such as the Portabello Road, Notting Hill and Camden Town. Her store carries brands from the UK such as Amplified Clothing, Nylon Rocker, and Funky Queen, while also supporting US based talent such as Future Stars, Sam Sarpong Limited Edition, Headband Apparel, and DIP in LA. Canan’s easy going personality and style has led to Scream Famous catapulting to the forefront of the LA fashion scene. Screamfamous clothing is looking forward to the future and becoming the celebrities first stop in

purchasing fashion. Look who is already shopping there!

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Super Models!

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Vanessa Curry, Model & The Owner Canan

Here is a good peak at some of there other stuff? How did I come across ScreamFamous Clothing you ask? Here is a good hint

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Yup! My man Sam Sarpong

Some of the stores clothing! Go check them out…

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How you contact them!

7712 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, Ca 90046

760 514 3611

Email ayfer_fraser@hotmail.com


Chris Brown & Rihanna behind the curtains on a Yacht


Rihanna, Chris Brown Secretly Meet Up on Yacht for

Late Night Party

CELEBRITY NEWS JULY 27, 2012 AT 6:00PMBY USWEEKLY STAFF
Chris Brown, RihannaChris Brown, RihannaCredit: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images; Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Rihanna and Chris Brown have taken their secret meet-ups international!

In St. Tropez, France on Sunday, sources tell Us Weekly that the famous exes, who split in 2009 after Brown was charged with assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna, found a way to arrange an undercover meeting.

The “Where Have You Been?” songstress, 24, has been sunning herself throughout the South of France this past week, but made an addendum to her schedule when she got word of Brown’s arrival.

PHOTOS: Rihanna and Chris’ controversial romance

“Rihanna knew Chris was on his way [to St. Tropez] and actually changed her plans late Friday night late after calling Chris from the yacht’s satellite phone,” a source tells Us.

Brown, 23, who chartered an impressive yacht complete with a submarine, two helicopter landing pads and a swimming pool, was seen mooring the boat next to Rihanna’s off of the town’s Pampelonne Beach. The “Turn Up the Music” singer is said to have rented the impressive yacht with Swizz Beatz and Ludacris — for a whopping $400,000 a week — for an upcoming music video.

“Rihanna went and partied hard with the guys on their yacht,” the source says.

PHOTOS: Rihanna’s sexiest, craziest outfits

Another source adds that Brown’s current girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, was also aboard. “I don’t know if Rihanna even knew that she was there!”

Although Rihanna and Brown avoid stepping out in public together, the singer has gone on the record to defend her contact with her ex, namely, their musical collaboration on a remix of her song “Birthday Cake.”

PHOTOS: Wow! See what Rihanna used to look like

“It never occurred to me how this was going to be a problem,” she explained to Esquire UK in June. “I thought people were gonna be surprised that we finally did a record together, but I didn’t see how people could think it was a bad thing, you know? In my mind, it was just music . . . I could never see anything wrong with making music.”

Read more: http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/rihanna-chris-brown-secretly-meet-up-on-yacht-for-late-night-party-2012277#ixzz21w7i4OcW

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‘Dark Knight Rises’ Theater Shooting Colorado 12 dead 59 wounded Crazy!


What do you think caused this?

‘Dark Knight Rises’ screening shooting in suburban

Denver leaves 12 dead, 59 wounded: police

‘He said he was the Joker, enemy of Batman,’ Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said, adding that the madman had also painted his hair red. The suspect – identified as James Holmes, 24, a former University of Colorado medical school student – was arrested shortly after the rampage.

 

BY AND / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2012, 5:00 AM
UPDATED: FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2012, 2:07 PM
 Compliments of Daily News

Tom Sullivan, center, embraces family members outside Gateway High School where he has been searching franticly for his son Alex Sullivan who celebrated his 27th birthday by going to see "The Dark Knight Rises," movie where a gunman opened fire Friday, July 20, 2012, in Aurora, Colo.

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Tom Sullivan is embraced by family members outside Gateway High School, where he’s frantically searching for his son Alex, who celebrated his 27th birthday by going to the midnight screening where a crazed gunman opened fire.

AURORA, Colo. — The heavily armed gunman that massacred 12 people at a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises” near Denver boasted to cops that he was Batman’s arch nemesis.

“He said he was the Joker, enemy of Batman,” Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said after conferring with his counterpart in Aurora.

“He had his hair painted red,” Kelly added.

The suspect — identified as James Holmes, 24, a former University of Colorado medical school student — was arrested shortly after the rampage at a movie complex about 10 miles east of Denver.

WHO IS JAMES HOLMES? NEIGHBORS SAY SUSPECT WAS A LONER

‘DARK KNIGHT’ MASSACRE: A PHOTO TIMELINE OF THE COLORADO SHOOTING

The gunman burst into the packed theater through an emergency door 20 minutes into the movie, set off a canister that emitted tear gas and opened fire, witnesses said.

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Suspected shooter James Holmes, a former medical student at the University of Colorado.

PRESIDENT OBAMA CALLS FOR ‘PRAYER AND REFLECTION’ AFTER MASS AURORA SHOOTING

‘DARK KNIGHT’ SHOOTING RANKS AMONG WORST IN HISTORY

MIKE LUPICA: ARMED MONSTERS MEAN NO ONE IS SAFE

AURORA VICTIM WAS A SURVIVOR OF LAST MONTH’S TORONTO MALL SHOOTING

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/dark-knight-rises-screening-shooting-leaves-20-injured-deaths-feared-reports-article-1.1118289#ixzz21BooRxrl

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BET Awards highlights The EZ Way


Had to give the scoop I found on the BET Awards. Man

this was a blast!

2012 BET Awards: Beyonce, Chris Brown, Kanye West

and Jay-Z take home trophies; Whitney Houston’s

mother gives emotional tribute

Cissy Houston’s tribute to her late daughter was the emotional highlight of

the BET Awards, a show that was defined by extended bleeps and the

vulgarities that censors failed to catch onstage throughout the night.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PUBLISHED: SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2012, 10:39 PM
UPDATED: TUESDAY, JULY 3, 2012, 1:11 AM

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Beyonce and Kim Kardashian both dazzled at the BET awards.

Cissy Houston’s tribute to her late daughter was the emotional highlight of Sunday’s BET Awards, a show that was defined by extended bleeps and the vulgarities that censors failed to catch onstage throughout the night.

Whitney Houston‘s mother gave a rousing performance of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” that left the crowd in tears, including Beyonce and Melanie Fiona.

BET AWARDS: LIST OF WINNERS

Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian put on a smile at the BET awards and showed off the low-cut back of her white dress.

Mariah Carey opened the tribute with memories of her friend. She was followed by a moving number by Monica. Brandy, heavily influenced by Houston, sang two of the late singer’s hits. Chaka Khan blazed the stage with “I’m Every Woman,” which Houston remade. Gary Houston, Whitney’s brother, also performed.

But the nearly four-hour BET Awards was more like the Bleep Awards, as entire segments of performances from Nicki Minaj to Rick Ross were muted out due to foul language.

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Beyonce, Jay-Z and Kanye West seemed to be enjoying themselves while Kim Kardashian looked a bit distant and put out.

It started during the opening number by Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. music group, which included Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz. There were long moments of censored silence when the rappers performed “Mercy,” though not all the offending words were bleeped out. Moments later, Samuel L. Jackson, the show’s host, was joined by Spike Lee as they did a comedic version of Jay-Z and West’s hit song “… In Paris,” to laughs.

“Two distinguished Morehouse men,” Lee joked after the performance, referencing the alma mater of the two.

The censor police also worked overtime when Rick Ross performed with his Maybach Music Group and during Minaj’s performance and acceptance speech for best female hip-hop artist. Minaj’s win was her third consecutive time taking the prize.

Kim Kardashian and singer Beyonce

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Despite sitting far apart during the awards, Kim and Beyonce did give each other a hello at the event.

“I really, really appreciate BET for keeping this category alive, and I appreciate all the female rappers doing their thing, past, present and future,” she said, before uttering an obscenity.

Gospel star Yolanda Adams, who also performed, gently took some of her peers to task as she won best gospel artist, urging them to act mature and use their fame wisely.

“We need all of y’all,” she said. “I’m saying the world needs everyone in this room. Please make sure that you use your gift responsibly, ’cause we’re watching. Our babies are watching, and they want to be like us.”

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Mariah Carey opened the tribute to Whitney Houston.

West, who was up for seven awards, was the top nominee. Beyonce was the second most nominated act with six. She won video director of the year (along with Alan Ferguson) and best female R&B artist and thanked the genre and her female influences.

“I fell in love with music by listening to R&B. It’s the core of who I am,” she said, giving special thanks to Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige and “Whitney Houston, my angel.”

Nicki Minaj

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Nicki Minaj performs.

When she lost video of the year to Jay-Z and West, she playfully hit her husband and laughed. The joking continued: Moments later, as West was giving his acceptance speech, Jay-Z interrupted him and said: “Excuse me Kanye, I’m gonna let you continue, but …,” and the audience erupted with laughter, recalling West’s infamous interruption of Taylor Swift’s MTV Video Music Awards speech a few years back.

Chris Brown was also a double winner. Kevin Hart — who hosted the awards last year — also won for best actor, Big Sean was named best new artist and Wale and Miguel’s smooth hit “Lotus Flower Bomb” won best collaboration.

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Kanye West and Jay Z celebrated at the BET awards.

The tone of the night fluctuated frequently, as the show shifted from hotly anticipated performances to solemn moments to irreverence. Usher performed his groove “Climax,” and Nicki Minaj sported a blonde wig with pink tips as she performed the songs “Champion” and “Beez In the Trap,” which featured 2 Chainz.

The night also featured some tributes to deceased greats: Chante Moore performed a medley of Donna Summer’s hits and Valerie Simpson sang a song in honor of her husband and writing partner Nick Ashford. Don Cornelius, Dick Clark and Hal Jackson were remembered. Even West offered tributes: after his performance, he name-dropped Rodney King and Whitney Houston in a verse that got cheers from the crowd, including his girlfriend, Kim Kardashian.

Chris Brown BET

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Chris Brown shows his athleticism during his BET Awards performance.Chris Brown was also a double winner. Kevin Hart — who hosted the awards last year — also won for best actor, Big Sean was named best new artist and Wale and Miguel’s smooth hit “Lotus Flower Bomb” won best collaboration.

The tone of night fluctuated frequently, as the show shifted from hotly anticipated performances to solemn moments to irreverence. Usher performed his groove “Climax,” and Nicki Minaj sported a blonde wig with pink tips as she performed the songs “Champion” and “Beez In the Trap,” which featured 2 Chainz.

Presenters included Taraji P. Henson, Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx, who wore a T-shirt that had a picture of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen killed by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.

Frankie Beverly featuring Maze were honored with the lifetime achievement award, and they were serenaded with performances by Tyrese, Faith Evans and Joe.

D’Angelo also performed, his first televised performance in years as he attempts a comeback.

Brown also performed in his first televised appearance since the New York City nightclub brawl between his entourage and Drake’s. Brown, his girlfriend, his bodyguard and NBA star Tony Parker were among those injured in the June 14 encounter, where bottles were thrown.

Drake, however, didn’t show, despite being nominated.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/bet-awards-2012-kanye-west-performs-wins-best-group-jay-z-article-1.1106082#ixzz1zhgpwlPH


SPIDER-MAN NEW SCHOOL OR OLD SCHOOL?


BLOG ABOUT THE NEW SPIDER MAN

OLD SCHOOL OR NEW SCHOOL? WHICH DO YOU LIKE BETTER?

Which do you think is better? Who will be a better Spiderman? – Tobey Maguire &  Kirsten Dunst or this new guy and girl  Andrew Garfield & Emma Stone?


 

Definitely Not Aquaman
As a lifelong Spidey fan, there was little doubt that Garfield would commit himself fully to the part. However, he may have gone overboard. While on set, Garfield dove into a pool wearing the mask, nearly drowning himself in the process. “I had to get wet, and I just kind of dove in and didn’t realize that water on the mask made it impossible to breathe. So I was kind of, like, suffocating. I couldn’t get any oxygen! I water-boarded myself,” says Garfield.


Rodney King Found Dead in Swimming Pool Age 47 Tragic!


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Police Beating Victim Who Asked ‘Can We All Get

Along?’

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Rodney G. King at a book signing in April. More Photos »

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Published: June 17, 2012 127 Comment

LOS ANGELES — Rodney G. King, whose 1991 videotaped beating by the Los Angeles police became a symbol of the nation’s continuing racial tensions and subsequently led to a week of deadly race riots after the officers were acquitted, was found dead Sunday in a swimming pool at the home he shared with his fiancée in Rialto, Calif. He was 47.

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There was no evidence of foul play, the Rialto police said.

Mr. King, whose life was a roller coaster of drug and alcohol abuse, multiple arrests and unwanted celebrity, pleaded for calm during the 1992 riots. More than 55 people were killed and 600 buildings destroyed in the violence.

In a phrase that became part of American culture, he askedat a news conference, “Can we all get along?”

“People look at me like I should have been like Malcolm X or Martin Luther King or Rosa Parks,” he told The Los Angeles Times in April. “I should have seen life like that and stay out of trouble, and don’t do this and don’t do that. But it’s hard to live up to some people’s expectations.”

Mr. King published a memoir in April detailing his struggles, saying in several interviews that he had not been able to find steady work.

He said he had once blamed politicians and lawyers “for taking a battered and confused addict and trying to make him into a symbol for civil rights.” But he was unable to escape that role. On Sunday, the Rev. Al Sharpton, said in a statement, “History will record that it was Rodney King’s beating and his actions that made America deal with the excessive misconduct of law enforcement.”

And more recently, Mr. King seemed to embrace the role himself, saying that his beating enabled others to succeed and “made the world a better place.”

“Obama, he wouldn’t have been in office without what happened to me and a lot of black people before me,” he told The Los Angeles Times. “He would never have been in that situation, no doubt in my mind. He would get there eventually, but it would have been a lot longer. So I am glad for what I went through. It opened the doors for a lot of people.”

Though Mr. King wrote in his memoir that he still drank and used drugs occasionally, he insisted that, with his fiancée, Cynthia Kelley, who had been a juror in a civil suit he brought against the City of Los Angeles, he was on the road to reclaiming his life.

“I realize I will always be the poster child for police brutality,” he said, “but I can try to use that as a positive force for healing and restraint.”

Mr. King said he was essentially broke, though he said he received an advance for his book, “The Riot Within: My Journey from Rebellion to Redemption,” published to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the riots.

He still walked with a limp and several of his scars were visible. His best outlets for relaxation, he said, were fishing and swimming.

The police in Rialto, 50 miles east of Los Angeles, said they received a 911 call at 5:25 a.m. Sunday from Ms. Kelley, who reported finding him in the pool that Mr. King had built himself, inscribing the date of his beating and the start of the riots in two tiles. Emergency personnel tried to resuscitate him, but he was pronounced dead at the hospital at 6:11 a.m.

Capt. Randy De Anda said that Mr. King had been at the pool throughout the early morning and had been talking to Ms. Kelley, who was in the house at the time. Neighbors reported hearing music, talking and crying before hearing a splash.

A pair of sandals was still sitting next to the pool, visible from a neighbor’s backyard. Mr. King had apparently started to build a new fence to keep neighbors from looking in, but never completed it. One neighbor said that Mr. King mowed her family’s lawn weekly and that she often saw him swimming late at night.

On the night when the police beating occurred, March 3, 1991, Mr. King had been out on parole on a 1989 robbery conviction.

He was driving about 100 miles per hour when he and two passengers were pulled over by the Los Angeles police. After he attempted to escape on foot — afraid, he would later say, that he would be in violation of his parole — he was caught by officers. The 6-foot-3 Mr. King was struck with batons and kicked dozens of times, and hit with Tasers.

“It felt like I was an inch from death,” he said in recent interviews.

Video of the beating, recorded by George Holliday, a resident of a nearby apartment building, was repeatedly broadcast on television, inflaming anger over what was seen as a pattern of aggression and abuse by the Los Angeles police toward blacks and Hispanics. After intense public outcry, four officers were brought to trial.

Many people thought the video alone would lead to the conviction of the officers. But on April 29, 1992, a jury in Simi Valley, Calif., which included no black jurors, acquitted three of the officers, and a mistrial was declared for the fourth.

It touched off riots in South Los Angeles, among the worst in the nation’s history, resulting in damage estimated at $1 billion.

The four white officers charged with beating Mr. King — Stacey Koon, Theodore Briseno, Timothy Wind and Laurence Powell — were indicted in the summer of 1992 on federal civil rights charges. Officers Koon and Powell were convicted and sentenced to two years in prison, and Mr. King was awarded $3.8 million in damages.

The Los Angeles police chief, Daryl Gates, resigned under pressure amid criticism that officers were slow to respond to the riots. He died of cancer in 2010.

Mr. King spent much of the money he received on legal fees. He also bought cars and houses, including the modest house in which he lived, and invested in a rap music label called Straight Alta-Pazz, which failed.

But much of his life was consumed by tabloid drama. He spent the subsequent years in and out of jail and rehabilitation centers, mostly for drug and alcohol abuse. He was arrested multiple times for driving under the influence, and spent short periods in prison in the late 1990s for assaulting his former wife and his daughter. In recent years he had appeared on the television shows “Celebrity Rehab” and “Sober House” on VH1.

Rodney Glen King was born on April 2, 1965, in Sacramento, the youngest of five children. He grew up in Altadena, near Pasadena, raised by his mother, Odessa King, and an alcoholic father, Ronald King, who died at 42.

Mr. King was married twice. Survivors include his daughters, Lora and Candice King, and a third daughter whose name was not immediately available.

In an interview in April, Mr. King said he understood how posterity would view him.

“It’s taken years to get used to the situation I’m in in life and the weight it holds. One of the cops in the jail said: ‘You know what? People are going to know who you are when you’re dead and gone. A hundred years from now, people still going to be talking about you.’ It’s scary, but at the same time it’s a blessing.”

 

Ian Lovett contributed reporting from Rialto, Calif., and Whitney Boyd and Michael Schwirtz from New York.


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