Polow’s Mob Tv Presents Scarface Live With Mob Tv Exclusive FaceMob Music Deeply Rooted Edition (News)

Polow’s Mob Tv Presents Scarface Live With Mob Tv Exclusive FaceMob Music Deeply Rooted Edition Takes U On A Inside Look At Scarface With A One On One Sit Down In-depth Interview Talking About His Life & His Story With Multipal Shows & Behind The Scene’s & Much More With Appearances By Smit D, Devin The Dude, Bushwick Bill, Do Or Die, Johnny P, Mr 32, Papa Rue, 2 Pistols, Propain, ESG, Mike D, Lil Flip, Big Binky, Jugg Mugg, E Rock, Slim Thug, Fat Pimp, Mystikal, 8 Ball, Paul Wall, Dorrough Music & Cedric The Entertainer All In This Jam Packed Episode & Log On To http://www.PolowMobTv.com For The Directors Cut We Couldn’t Show U On YouTube Enjoy

#BATTLEDRIFT – Vaughn vs. Daigo (News)

There are automotive duels you expect to see – Mustang versus Camaro, BRZ versus Miata, etc. – and then there are those less common matchups that you wouldn’t have expected, but at the end of the day you’re glad they happened. This video is an example of the Latter. In it, Vaughn Gittin Jr. squares off against fellow drifter Daigo Saito in a sideways battle through an abandoned Russian-themed village in Niigata, Japan. Gittin hops behind the wheel of his 2016 Ford Mustang RTR, while Saito pilots a Lamborghini Murcielago.

The 2016 Ford Mustang RTR is powered by a 550-hp Ford Performance 5.0-liter Aluminator V-8 crate engine, while the Lamborghini Murcielago is powered by a 650-hp 6.2-liter V-12 engine. That powerplant drives the rear wheels exclusively thanks to modifications performed by Liberty Walk and Phat Five Racing.

Gittin Jr. and Saito head out to the abandoned Niigata Russian Village for some exhibition vehicular mayhem. That venue, located in the Niigata prefecture of Japan, is a failed Russian-themed village and amusement park -e an eerily fitting place for a high-powered drift battle.

Footage of Stitches Getting Jumped (News)

When you boil it all down, Miami rapper Stitches is a guy who went viral for looking bizarre. His music has always been secondary. The focus was on his look and over-the-top personality. Most people have not taken this man seriously, but he keeps doing this to gain attention.

His latest tactic to get attention was antagonizing The Game. That didn’t end up well for Stitches as The Game’s manager Wack 100 knocked the Miami rapper out. Instead of learning a lesson from that or moving on from the situation, he has continued to send barbs The Game’s way. This included a diss song and a challenge to a 1-on-1 fight for $100,000.

But just a few days after Stitches was knocked out by Wack 100, he was attacked again. Stitches shared this publicly, posting a picture of his busted up face on social media. While this incident allegedly involved two former (perhaps even current) friends of Stitches, he still tried to shift blame on The Game for this attack.

Now, footage has emerged of Stitches getting jumped. The video shows two men repeatedly punching Stitches while he remains in his car. According to TMZ, one of the men thought Stitches was setting him up to be robbed. Last Saturday (Dec. 5), this unnamed man set up a meeting with Stitches at a Florida barbershop and the attack, which was captured on video, commenced.


$2.2 million Bugatti yacht(News)


Ultra-exotic car maker Bugatti doesn’t currently have any cars in production, and it’s months away from showing its next model — the Chiron — to the public. But that doesn’t mean you can’t buy Bugatti-branded stuff right now. Very expensive Bugatti-branded stuff, in fact.

Meet the Niniette, a series of three luxe boats ranging from 42 to 88 feet in length made by yacht builder Palmer Johnson, which is licensing the Bugatti name. “Niniette” was the nickname of Lidia Bugatti, daughter of company founder Ettore. As you might expect with a Bugatti-branded boat, all three are covered in titanium and carbon fiber, accented by Bugatti’s trademark blue.

Don’t expect the Niniette to keep up with a Veyron: it tops out around 38 knots (44 mph), which is still pretty quick for a giant boat. The smallest model, the 43-footer, starts at €2 million — but you’ll pay $2.2 million for the 63-footer, and the biggest 88-footer doesn’t even have a listed price. Presumably, it’s not cheap. Naturally, none of the list prices include the cost of any additional bespoke customization that you’d like — a diamond-crusted steering wheel or gilded lavatory hardware, perhaps.

Get your order in now: Palmer Johnson has a 12-month production time for the boats, which means you won’t realistically be luxuriating across the Mediterranean until 2017 at the earliest.

By Chris Ziegler