[video] Russell Simmons: I Ain’t Never Had a Rap Beef & I Ain’t Scared of Nobody

Gonna give Russell credit for keeping it 100 here when he speaks on the impact of Chuck D on Def Jam and Hip Hop culture on a whole.

The burning question most hip-hop heads have is: Why did Rick Rubin and Russell Simmons split up? While talking to DJ Vlad, Russell explained that they went on to work on different projects and focused on other artists. As for Simmons ultimately walking away from his position at Def Jam, the mogul says that he built it and gradually started pulling away from his post while juggling his other business ventures, and relied on the people who were smarter than him, who he believed in.

Watch the full interview above to hear Russell explain why he’s never had a rap beef, Chuck D inspiring the Million Man March, and much more.

[video] Farrakhan on 9-11: What You Need to Know #FalseFlag

Minister Louis Farrakhan says prove him wrong and he will pay with his life.

A great deal of skepticism exists regarding the accepted governmental accounts of what transpired on September 11, 2001. Many construction experts, architects and engineers have even said the World Trade Center Towers were destroyed in a controlled demolition.

There are also growing numbers who reject major portions of the “19 hijackers” hypothesis going even further calling the entire event a False Flag Operation.

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Controversial Egyptian Singer Readies Obama Tribute

Will.I.Am took a crack at it. Green Lantern and Russell are uniting to give it a go. Now an infamous Egyptian pop artist that many have labeled a “hate” artist because of his stance on Israel and the current American Administration is making a dedication song to Barack Obama. Shaaban Abdel Rahim aka Shaabolla has the world on the edge of its seat, questioning whether a vocal endorsement of the Senator from Illinois is in the best interest of Obama’s ongoing campaign for presidency while he’s embroiled in controversy over statements made from Reverend Jeremiah Wright and a rebutted endorsement from Minister Farrakhan, the supposed “anti-semite.”

Even though Obama hasn’t solicited the endorsement of Shaabolla, pundits on Fox TV and Conservative talk radio will be jumping up and down demanding that he “denounce and renounce” the approval. During an interview with Dar Al-Hayat, Shaabola said Senator Obama is “a good man, kindhearted and better than Bush.” Other recordings from Rahim include “Hey People, It Was Only a Tower” in response to 9/11″ and “Don’t Hit Iraq.” Don’t expect 50 Cent or Snoop to show up on remixes of this joint.