Saturday, August 23, 2008

Felicia "Snoop" Pearson From The Wire Gets Busted For Drugs

Yesterday was a bad day for tomboys. Da' Brat gets jail time and Snoop from The Wire gets busted with a little ganja and some blacks. The Baltimore po-po was looking for Snoop as a witness in a murder case. That's why folks loved The Wire, it was based on that real-life stuff Snoop apparently can't get away from. "How my hair look man?"

5 comments:

Attorneymom August 23, 2008 at 3:26 AM  

She was just on Larry King with some of her former inmates, who are still in prison, stating that she was not going back to prison ever again.

I never watched one episode of The Wire. I would rather watch a show like It's A Different World.

Faith August 23, 2008 at 5:27 AM  

Pot should be legal everywhere. At least it wasn't a hard drug like cocaine. And seriously cigarettes are worse with all the toxins mixed in to make them more addictive. I don't smoke anything and don't really want to smell anything either for that matter, but so many people smoke in San Francisco nearly 1/3 of the city would be locked up.

Mista Jaycee August 24, 2008 at 1:36 PM  

Felicia's getting too much favorable press. She might actually say something truthful, uh oh, gotta remind Amerikkka that she's a ghetto, criminal thug!
Hey Felicia, you are doing too much good to let it go to waste over a five dollar bag of weed!
Get right we need you!
Jaycee

Don August 24, 2008 at 11:03 PM  

"You look good girl..."

I knew Snoop hadn't changed from her street ways. She just held this spirit about her that I noticed during an interview which sealed the deal for me.

@ attorneymom: the wire is a critically-acclaimed show. it's more than just gangs and drugs.

wisdomteachesme August 25, 2008 at 4:50 PM  

well, it may be an aclaimed show--doesn't mean it's good don.
i understand what am means. and i can see how people would like it.

it just appeals to the fleshy side of people. adding darkness to darkness.

if i want to see whatever thugs and prison life they talk about i can go back to high school teaching or go to WallyWorld on a sat. afternoon. NOT!

i have no idea who these people are. lol

not my taste of tv shows at all.
too much negativity and ghetto drama. it if does not keep people from wanting to go to jail or to get caught in that mess then it is part of the problem.

i heard enough bad english sentence structure when i was teaching--whew! too much and don't need anymore on purpose in my life.
and why is it so popular? because it shows black people in a negative light.

and a lot of black people love to see themselves or similarities of their lives on tv. some type of way i guess it validates how they think, and live.

stuck on a 'round-a-bout'.

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