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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Hocks Emmy in ‘Breaking Bad’ Spoof


Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul go into business together and this time it’s legal…barely. Find out what happens when Julia Louis-Dreyfus becomes a client, trying to offload television’s most coveted item, in this video starring three Emmy Award winners.

Watch the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards live Monday, August 25, 8pm EST/5pm PDT.

A PMK / Paulilu Production

Starring: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Written and Directed by: Paulilu (Paul W. Downs & Lucia Aniello)

Executive Producer: Joseph Assad, PMK•BNC

Producer: Jake Cassidy

DP: Chris Westlund

Nicki Minaj – Anaconda (Music Video)


After weeks of teasersrumorsmemesconcern trolling, and more teasers, the video for Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anacoda’ made its debut on her Vevo channel at midnight. Some have had a mixed reaction to the song but it’s selling really well. We’ll probably have a longer take on the video later, but for now, watch it and let me know what you think.

vdjCAS – VideoMix SESSION 1


Check out DJ Cas’s new video mix (Exclusive to Bombay Hott Radio)

Sim Bhullar becomes first Indian origin player to sign NBA contract with the Sacramento Kings


Sim Bhullar and the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a deal that signs Sim Bhullar through training camp. Sim Bhullar is a 7’5’ 360 lbs. center that played college basketball at New Mexico State University.

The Kings have been very adamant about finding gaps in the market for obtaining talent, so the extreme size of Bhullar in comparison to most players in his position most likely is the reason for this transaction. Bhullar was fifth in collegiate basketball in blocked shots last year at 3.37 per game

While born in Canada, Bhullar is the first player of Indian decent to play in the NBA as both his mother and father migrated from Punjab, India to Ontario, Canada. Sim also has a younger brother, Tanveer, which may be an NBA prospect as well.

India is the second most populated country in the world with about 1,248,000,000 million people. Basketball as a sport has not become popular in Indian culture, so this most likely an attempt for the NBA to make its presence felt as it did in China. Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé is from Mumbai, India, so it make sense the Kings would be the first team to hire and Indian basketball player.

Sim Bhullar is unlikely to make the roster due to a lack of conditioning and mobility, but the Kings lose very little by giving him a camp deal. Also the Kings do have an opportunity to sign him their NBDL affiliate after the conclusion of training camp.


Music Video – Tameka “Tiny” Harris (T.I.’s Wife) – What The F*ck You Gon – What The F@#K You Gon Do?


Tiny Harris Drops a big record and Bombay Hott Radio love it. Song goes back to the pure R&B Vibe of the 90′s that is missing today.

T.I. spoke with MTV about Tiny’s single. When the Atlanta rapper was first asked about  “What The F**k You Gon Do?” he replied by saying he had “no reaction” to the track and called it “comedy.”

The Hustle Gang boss did reveal that Tiny asked him if he wanted to review the song before it was released, but Tip said he decided to experience hearing the single with the rest of the general public. He now thinks the audience’s reaction to “What The F**k You Gon Do?” has been positive.

“I’ve been hearing very very good things about it, [from] people in the community, just saying that it’s a lot better than the stuff they’ve been hearing lately — so that’s good,” added Tip. “[Tiny] kinda has her own ideas about business so I stay out of it.”

Police in Ferguson Fire Tear Gas on Protesters Standing in Their Own Backyard

Bombay Hott Radio do not block the news…

Last night police in riot gear marched down West Florissant Avenue, ordering people to leave the area and firing tear gas onto the streets. Police even fired tear gas into the backyard of a home where several people held their “hands up” in what’s become a symbol of protest over the shooting of Michael Brown.


Daily RFT caught the melee on video.

The incident occurred after police had already evacuated nearly everybody on West Florissant Avenue. Between tear gas firings, a police officer bellowed “go home” into a loudspeaker. It took about an hour, but nearly everybody within vicinity of the police left the streets.Yet a group of four male protesters remained defiant on West Florissant, screaming profanities at the police and putting their hands in the air. The police responded with threats of tear gas.

“Turn around and leave or we will deploy gas,” shouted a police officer through a loudspeaker. Residents in their backyards pleaded for the men to get out of the street. After a few minutes of prodding, they did so. But the police still decided to advance.

Standing in his backyard along with a few friends and family was 24-year-old Rich West. And after seeing the police deploy tear gas as they marched down the empty street, West and his friends felt like protesting.

“You go home! You go home!” they chanted. As the police come closer, they all put their hands up.

Once again, the police officer with the megaphone ordered the protesters to go home.

“We’re in our yard!” they responded.

At one point West walked to his fence with his hands high up in the air.

“This my property! This my property!” he shouted, prompting police to fire a tear gas canister directly at his face. He moved at the last second.

“This my shit!” West screamed irately after narrowly avoiding the gas canister. Eventually a friend grabbed him and pulled him back to calm him down.

“This is my backyard! This is my shit!” West continued screaming into the camera. He turned to the police: “Y’all go the fuck home!”

“This is our home. This is our residence,” West’s brother added. “Why do you think people say ‘fuck the police?’ Because of that shit.”

Flora Busby, West’s mother, a soft-spoken woman in her 60s, came into the backyard to see if her sons were alright.

“We in our backyard!” she said. “Why you gotta shoot us?”

Again West shouted at the police. And again they fired another gas canister into the yard — this one nearly hitting his house.

“It’s pure ignorance,” West responded after catching his breath. “I pay property taxes here. I should be able to be in my backyard any time.”

He said that regular harassment by the Ferguson police department, often in the form of traffic stops, has been occurring ever since he was sixteen years old.

“They ain’t gotta be throwing tear gas in my backyard,” added Busby. “This is my property. We were just standing back there, my son was standing back there, and I go to see about him and they threw it.”

She continued: “I’m angry about that. They shouldn’t be doing that. And they didn’t need to kill the poor little boy. ”

Contributed by Nicky Di Vinci

Busta Rhymes (spoof) – Busta Seam Got The Mall In Check


BUSTA SEAM – I Got The Mall In Check
Dre Parker spoofs “whoo haa” all respect to Busta Rhymes, it’s all in fun! please share for laughs! :D


Lauryn Hill performing at the Outlook Festival in Croatia


Outlook festival is thrilled to announce it opens once again in the amazing and truly unique venue of the Roman Amphitheater in Pula. The event will be held a day before the main festival and open the event in spectacular style. Around 2000 years old and one of the six largest Roman amphitheaters in the world, the remarkable venue of Pula Amphitheatre will showcase some huge artists. The Amphitheatre offers festival attendees a chance to party in one of the most surreal and beautiful places in the world that definitely has to be experienced.

  • Due to the limited capacity of the venue, the Opening Concert is a separately ticketed event to the Festival.
  • Boat transfers between the festival site and amphitheatre are available to book at the bottom of this page

Performing Live

Ms. Lauryn Hill

This year’s headliner is as intriguing as she is sensational: Formerly of the Fugees, Ms Lauryn Hill takes centre stage with her critically acclaimed solo show, for what is Outlook’s most ambitious booking yet.

Photo by: Karl Ferguson (www.rageonemedia.com)

with support from

Andrew Ashong – Fatima – Submotion Orchestra

There will be plenty of soulful vibes completing the line-up: Andrew Ashong will perform his unique blend of psych-soul funk, while London-based vocalist Fatima will show off her remarkable talent with the full Eglo Live band, after years spent collaborating with a versatile range of legendary artists, all accompanied by the bass-infused symphonies laid out by the acclaimed Submotion Orchestra.

Standing tickets are on sale from 35€ / £25 (+bf) but if you would like to reserve your spot in the tiered seating area VIP tickets are on sale from 48€ / £38 (+bf).

VIP seating

Transport between the festival and amphitheatre

Quick and easy transport is available from the Harbour Stage on the festival site direct to the port in the City of Pula – a two minutes walk from the Amphitheatre. Enjoy a beer whilst taking the scenic route across the water in to Pula for this amazing concert.

Drake vs lil Wayne – Drake clowns loyal song by Chris brown” to funny in Chicago


Drake clowns loyal song at 57 mark lol!!! Video credit: Lisa Nguyen

Tim Shieff Video Free Run