an interjection used when something goes terribly wrong, but in a funny way.
Oopsydoodles! I just dropped my slurpie because i was eyeing that wafflecrapper walking down the street!
The Tenderloin (otherwise known as the "TL") neighborhood in San Francisco covers roughly 50 blocks and is perhaps the most densely populated part of the city. The area itself is bounded by Van Ness Avenue to the west, Market Street to the southeast, Taylor Street to the east, and Geary Boulevard to the north. Drugs, street prostitution, homelessness, and poverty are everyday realities which define this neglected neighborhood. Although the neighborhood itself is fiercely steeped in degradation the surrounding areas boast the highest rents in the entire city. You have Nob Hill to the Tenderloin's north, the Pacific Heights neighborhood to the west, and the Financial District directly to the east. The Tenderloin has historically been the gateway to more affordable housing for immigrants and other downtrodden types, but typically is a haven for the dispossessed. The origin of the name "Tenderloin" stems from the graft collected by the vice squad who patrolled the area, and who were thus able to buy the choicest cuts of beef. There are many other ideas for why the neighborhood was given this peculiar moniker, but regardless of the explanation they invariably tend to emphasize the neighborhood's seediness and depravity. Supposedly the neighborhood today is undergoing gentrification, but tell that to the crack dealers on the corner and they'll give you a befuddled look because they're mostly Spanish-speaking immigrants from South and Central American countries. But org...more...
Referring to Curtis Jackson, (A.K.A. 50 cent, booboo, Mr Potato Head) and his band of rappers, G-Unit; Coined by Phatt Rat, of The Black Wall Street record label, at summer jam diss 2005. This fued escalated when Jason Taylor (A.K.A. The Game),Left G-Unit, accusing Mr Jackson of being a snitch, and a "b***h."
Mr Jackson also believed he was not getting a large enough cut of The Games debut solo album, The Documentary. 50 Cent was with police outside Hot 97 radio station when he shot at a member of Mr Taylors entourage following a heated confrontation. The Game has since launched a DVD explaining the beef and his point of view, and also launched an anti G-Unit mixtape, entitled "Ghost Unit". (For more information regarding this dispute, consult The Game : "Stop Snitchin', Stop Lyin'")The Game has personally stated he signed to Aftermath, (See Dr Dre) Not G-Unit, and claims that Game still has several albums to Label G-Unit are false.
Uses of G-Unot : "I went down one of them Bodaga s**ts right there in Harlem Got me a bootleg Lloyd Banks and Young Buck CD.Took that s**t home, put it in my boom box:
Thought I was bout to be on some radio Raheim s**t!
Man that s**t sound like some Vanessa Williams '88.
I mean Olivia cute but they say that b***h a man;
So this Black Wallstreet for life now,
GGG-UNOT!!" 300 Bars And Running, Nu Jerzy Devil, DJ Skee.
to be posted on yo set or turf and protect it or sell drugs on it
i was walkin down the street and i saw two people wearing all red sellin drugs(gang banging
The Game was first on the record lable Get Low Records which is Jt The Bigga Figga's lable that he started when he was 16 years old. The Game made two albums on Get Low which were Untold Story and West Coast Ressurection. Jt and Game Started The Black Wallstreet and then Game got signed to Aftermath interscope records. The Game took The Black Wall Street with him when Dre signed Game. Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, and The Game's Manager all agreed to put Game with G-Unit as a marketing Strategy. Another reason Game was put into G-Unit was because Banks, Yayo, and 50 were from the east and Buck was from the south and all they needed was someone from the west coast and he was the hottest artist at the time. Game then got sucked in cause being the numer one N.W.A. fan he thought it would be like the modern day N.W.A. Game still to this day claims to be the number one N.W.A. fan and thats why he got it tattooed on his chest. Dre produced most of Game's album and the rest was done by Kanye West. 50 helped Game in production by being on the album along with Eminem, Tony Yayo, Faith Evans, Marsha, Mary J. Blige, and Busta Rhymes. At the Radio Station Hot 97 when 50 was doing an interview one of Game's crew was shot. So when he went to the radio station and shots started firering 50 ran out the back door with seceurity protecting him. Within a week later 50 made the statment that Game's was out of G-Unit. The Game was never signed to G-Unit he was indeed signed to Aftermath interscope records...more...
|20.||Central Middle School|
A public school in the center of Greenwich, Connecticut, Central Middle School teaches grades 6-8. It is One of the three middle schools in the Greenwich Public School System, or GPS, Eastern and Western being the other two. While Western is commonly know as the ghetto school and Eastern is commonly known as the preppy school, there is controversy over Central's standings. While many think it is the nerdy school, having by far the best test scores, others think of it as a mix, as there are many prominent cliques of nerds, ghetto wannabees (it is Greenwich), and preps. Central is known for its great faculty and good test scores. It produces children far more cultured and usually with more intellect then the Greewnich Private Schools such as Greenwich Academy, Brunswick, or Stanwich. The elementary schools North Street (the best elementary school ever), Julian Curtiss, Cos Cob, and half of Parkway feed into it. Central is overall the best middle school in Greewnich. GO COUGARS!
Lexi: I'm so sad I am leaving Parkway. But next year we'll be 6th graders! I'm soooo excited about going to Central. Like, aren't you?
Taylor: I'm po'd because I have to go to Western! You're so lucky, Western is like, eew. I wish I could go to Central!
Lexi: Yeah, Central's the best. GO COUGARS!
Central Middle School dominates over the other middle and private schools in Greewnich.
Anti G-Unit movement started by rap artist The Game, who is actually signed to Geffen Records, not, as many believe, Black Wall Street. BWS is The Game's "clique". Just as 50 Cent has G-Unit, Big Punisher had Terror Squad, and 2Pac had the Outlawz.
The major starting point for G Unot was the 14 minute song "300 Bars 'n' Runnin'". Shortly after its release, The Game led a large protest outside the G-Unit Records building. It involved local O.Gs, along with BWS members, brandishing G-Unot signs with pictures of crossed out rats, and the slogan "Gangsta U Not". Abuse was shouted at G-Unit through megaphones, and it is alleged that The Game produced a handgun, and fired several rounds into the building.
G- G- G- G-uNOT
Yeah muthafuckers, you know who it is...Nu Jerzey Devil
"...you sell records, but a g-g-G Unot"