WHICH LOOKS WORSE?
The “beautiful” photo you see here is none other than the Beat-down Kid, Michael Maxell. He and a pal decided to break into a home (allegedly) and clearly those two thug wanna-be’s chose the WRONG home. They ran SMACK-dab into some rednecks who commenced to give them a raw butt kicking.
In addition to the old fashioned beat-down, they also TAZED the Beat-down Kid.
Michael, I have some FREE advice for you, dude.
1 – Take some boxing lessons…or perhaps karate lessons?
2 – Go back to your vocation of being a tattoo artist because clearly thuggery does not work for you
3 – Nurse dem dere wounds….okay?
HICKTOWNERS….any other advice you would like to add/share with the Beat-down Kid as he nurses his wounds in the hospital?
What did you expect? Check out Pat Robertson’s advice for women who have cheating husbands:
Hicktowner, Jerry told me about this “Roman” demon so I looked it up:
Nutty is as nutty does…
Nutcases and psychopaths abound…
The “authentic new docu-series” starring Bishop Noel Jones, Deitrick Haddon and four other high-profile Christian ministers is scheduled to debut in the fall of this year, and appears to follow in the vein of BET’s “The Sheards” and WE tv’s “Mary Mary” – promising viewers an inside look at the lives of popular and otherwise inaccessible men of faith.
“‘Pastors of L.A.’ will give viewers a candid and revealing look at six boldly different and world renowned mega-pastors in Southern California, who are willing to share diverse aspects of their lives, from their work in the community and with their parishioners to the very large and sometimes provocative lives they lead away from the pulpit,” according to a press release from Oxygen.
Read more HERE
I don’t get it. What is the deal with these “reality” shows? To me, it cheapens a person…and for a minister to do this? Wow.
I LOVE this. Love that they are happy. Love their personalities. Just love this couple! The video has gone viral.
Jay Leno invited them to the show:
In 1997, when he was 12-years-old, Shabazz was living with his grandmother, Betty Shabazz when there was a fire in her home. Betty subsequently died as a result of injuries sustained in the blaze. Shabazz plead guilty to setting the fire and was sentenced to 18 months in a juvenile facility with possible extensions. During his trial, Shabazz was described in psychiatric testimony as a paranoid schizophrenic with psychotic episodes.
Shabazz was released after four years. In an interview with the New York Times he admitted to setting the fire and said he did so because he wanted to be sent back to live with Qubilah. In a 2011 conversation with the Amsterdam News, Shabazz would not discuss the fire that killed his grandmother and implied he was not responsible.
“I was coerced,” said Shabazz, who added that he was working on a book about his life.
After being released from juvenile detention, Shabazz became involved with the Bloods street gang. In 2002, he was arrested for allegedly robbing a man after a party. Shabazz was convicted of attempted robbery and spent several years in prison.
In 2011, Shabazz told the Amsterdam News he was working on a book. He also said he believed his family was being persecuted “by select businessman and government officials.”
“I’ve been a target my entire life. My family is targeted,” he said.
He was troubled from his youth. Heaven only knows why he was in Mexico of all places. Wishing peace and blessings to his family.