Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Big Pimpin' Up in NYC / It's just the Jigga Man, Pimp C, and BUN B

Apparently he overdosed on syrup. Dude must have loved pancakes.

Interestingly enough, the death of Shell Kepler, TV's Amy Vining from General Hospital, is currently the most popular story on CNN, above any Super Tuesday coverage and a full 5 spots above Pimp C's obit. The longest-running serial produced in Hollywood weighs in at 11,489 episodes and counting. Over 45 years, it has established a pretty dedicated fan base (including my mother) which I guess southern rap and democracy itself can't even contend with.

Her death was not condiment-related.


Ryan Smith said...

is the part in the article about his body "decomposing" a pun? If so.... well, wow, CNN, i'm both horrified and impressed.

Thomas Hall said...
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Thomas Hall said...

Honestly, how "upscale" can a hotel be if there is a decomposing body in one of its rooms? I guess they take the "Do Not Disturb" sign VERY seriously there.

Jay Z said...

I thought it was called "sizzerp"???