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Neyo eats and drink in Negril without paying

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Hey Ne-Yo, here's a tip -- leave one next time. And pay your bill while you're at it.

The Grammy winner spent an evening dining with a group of 10 at West Village restaurant Negril, where he sipped on multiple Grey Goose screwdrivers and ordered mac and cheese and chicken plates, racking up an $800 bill. But the "Sexy Love" singer allegedly walked out without paying a dime -- or giving his overworked waitress "We had a Monday Night Football thing, the Giants were in, too, and Ne-Yo came in with [road manager] Jayvon Smith, a group of girls, some guys and a bodyguard," one eyewitness said. "He was ordering all this stuff and he kept asking people what they want, and kept the drinks coming."

Even though the waitress on Ne-Yo duty was "run ragged" by his needy group, the source says she was overly helpful and enthusiastic toward the singer and his crew. "The waitress was really sweet, she even helped his bodyguard, who sat at the bar while the group ate," says the source. "She's smiling like she's going to get a good tip and she ends up looking for him after no one paid the bill."

According to the source, Ne-Yo's server took the check over to his table when the group looked like they were about to leave -- only to have them start arguing over who would foot the bill. "She asked specifically, 'Is it okay if everyone is on your check?' and he said, 'Yes," says our source. "She hands it to him, he hands it to his manager, his manager hands it to another guy in the group, who hands it back to Ne-Yo."

Negril's manager reportedly pursued Ne-Yo's group to a nearby lounge to get payment, but was rebuffed by his bodyguard.

But the game of keep-away wasn't over yet. The source says Ne-Yo then handed it back to Smith, who walked out, got in a waiting SUV with the singer and drove off.

After discovering the group was headed to the Griffin to party some more, the manager of Negril walked to the nearby Gansevoort St. lounge to see if anyone in the party would please pay the bill. "Someone in the group promised they'd be back tomorrow to pay up, then Ne-Yo's bodyguard was trying to block the manager," another source said. "He said 'Ne-Yo is busy, I'm not going to get his credit card right now.' "

We're told Ne-Yo, who named one album "Year of the Gentleman," remains anything but. Our source says he has yet to pay the bill or a tip.

"The waitress was so upset," says our first source. "She looked like she was working so hard."

Shaggy - You Girl ft. Ne-Yo





 

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Scientists from the University of Oxford have discovered that women with larger than average butts are not only increasingly intelligent but also very resistant to chronic illnesses.

According to ABC News, the results found that women with bigger backsides tend to have lower levels of cholesterol and are more likely to produce hormones to metabolize sugar. Therefore, women with big butts are less likely to have diabetes or heart problems.

The way these bitches with big asses act stupid you would never have guessed that they are supposed to be more intelligent... swinging on poles for a living eeh.

The new continues stating that having a big butt requires an excess of Omega 3 fats, which have been proven to catalyze brain development. The researchers also found that the children born to women with wider hips are intellectually superior to the children of slimmer, less curvy mothers.

Eyeonthenut reports that the team analyzed data from 16,000 women.

From ABC News:

"Professor Konstantinos Manolopoulos, who leads the team at the University of Oxford, says that women with more fat on the buttocks have lower levels of cholesterol and glucose."

Having a big butt also favors leptin levels in the female body, which is a hormone responsible for regulating the weight, and the dinopectina, a hormone with anti-inflammatory, vascular-protective and anti-diabetic attributes. The adipose tissue of the buttocks traps harmful fatty particles and prevents cardiovascular disease.

Eyeonthenut also cites similar studies conducted by universities in California and Pittsburgh not too long ago that discovered that women with bigger butts, wide hips and smaller waists may even live longer as well.

Garrizon- Gime Di Body( Tribute to Fb ladies& Dancehall)


*This study did not include fake butts.

Via: University of Oxford, Top Photo Courtesy: I Keep It 100\




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iVoltage is being planned and promoted by record producer Elvis Redwood at So Unique records, promoter Miguel 'Gramma Zone' Reid and Garrizon Music. According to Reid, iVoltage is all about raising the bar as it relates to club entertainment.

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"Looking at the New Kingston nightlife there is definitely an opportunity there. We want patrons to be looking forward to this event at least once every month and if all goes to plan we are definately going weekly. Also we have UTECH and UWI graduations at the tip of our fingers so patrons can look at iVoltage as their ultimate pre and post graduation party," he said.

iVoltage is set for November 2 at The Quad single ladies adm at $400 before 1pm and $1000 3-4-1all night. Males $1000 all night. The event is sponsored by Skyy Vodka and Red Bull and will be mixed liquor inclusive all night.

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Sizzla drops new Video

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Sizzla, one of reggae's most prolific artists, releases his brand new video for "Good Love" off his 70th album The Messiah, released in May 2013 on Kalonji Music/VP Records. The Jay Will directed video premieres today on Okayplayer's Large Up, who hails "Good Love" as one of their "favorite songs by him in the last decade."

Since his emergence in 1995, the enigmatic vocalist has undeniably put his stamp on the genre regardless of the current style or trend. Even musical icons like Jay Z have taken notice. On Jay Z's latest album Magna Carta Holy Grail, the rap mogul samples Sizzla's timeless classic "Solid As A Rock" on his new song "Crown." Before Jay Z, hip hop artists used the same Sizzla tune to proclaim their throne status, including 50 Cent on "You Will Never Take My Crown" and Ja Rule on "The Crown." It is evident that Sizzla remains the reigning king of roots on his latest effort The Messiah, which peaked at #1 on the South Florida Reggae Chart and New York Reggae Chart. He showcases his musical depth, passion and precision in partnership with Bread Back productions.

Mostly written and executive produced by Sizzla himself, Kalonji's full scope of talents are displayed on The Messiah. With a fresh perspective in 2013, the man on a musical mission inspires positive change worldwide on this 15-track collection. His social commentary on songs like "Chant Dem Down," "No Wicked Man" and "Psalms 121? reveal his daring bravado and righteous lyrics, while the melodic anthem "Good Love" unveils his softer side.

In addition to music, Sizzla, who was recently named the President of the Ancient Nyabinghi Council, has been organizing, mobilizing, and working to promote Rastafari, unity, upliftment and positivity in Jamaican communities and worldwide. Through his Sizzla Youth Foundation, he has a number of programs and projects that aim to develop youth training and leadership skills. He is building a library, community center and a Sizzla Youth Foundation Museum in his native August Town, a community within Kingston, Jamaica.

Sizzla - Good Love (Official Music Video)





 

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iVoltage is being planned and promoted by record producer Elvis Redwood at So Unique records, promoter Miguel 'Gramma Zone' Reid and Garrizon Music. According to Reid, iVoltage is all about raising the bar as it relates to club entertainment.

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"Looking at the New Kingston nightlife there is definitely an opportunity there. We want patrons to be looking forward to this event at least once every month and if all goes to plan we are definately going weekly. Also we have UTECH and UWI graduations at the tip of our fingers so patrons can look at iVoltage as their ultimate pre and post graduation party," he said.

iVoltage is set for November 2 at The Quad single ladies adm at $400 before 1pm and $1000 3-4-1all night. Males $1000 all night. The event is sponsored by Skyy Vodka and Red Bull and will be mixed liquor inclusive all night.

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Sizzla drops new Video

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Sizzla, one of reggae's most prolific artists, releases his brand new video for "Good Love" off his 70th album The Messiah, released in May 2013 on Kalonji Music/VP Records. The Jay Will directed video premieres today on Okayplayer's Large Up, who hails "Good Love" as one of their "favorite songs by him in the last decade."

Since his emergence in 1995, the enigmatic vocalist has undeniably put his stamp on the genre regardless of the current style or trend. Even musical icons like Jay Z have taken notice. On Jay Z's latest album Magna Carta Holy Grail, the rap mogul samples Sizzla's timeless classic "Solid As A Rock" on his new song "Crown." Before Jay Z, hip hop artists used the same Sizzla tune to proclaim their throne status, including 50 Cent on "You Will Never Take My Crown" and Ja Rule on "The Crown." It is evident that Sizzla remains the reigning king of roots on his latest effort The Messiah, which peaked at #1 on the South Florida Reggae Chart and New York Reggae Chart. He showcases his musical depth, passion and precision in partnership with Bread Back productions.

Mostly written and executive produced by Sizzla himself, Kalonji's full scope of talents are displayed on The Messiah. With a fresh perspective in 2013, the man on a musical mission inspires positive change worldwide on this 15-track collection. His social commentary on songs like "Chant Dem Down," "No Wicked Man" and "Psalms 121? reveal his daring bravado and righteous lyrics, while the melodic anthem "Good Love" unveils his softer side.

In addition to music, Sizzla, who was recently named the President of the Ancient Nyabinghi Council, has been organizing, mobilizing, and working to promote Rastafari, unity, upliftment and positivity in Jamaican communities and worldwide. Through his Sizzla Youth Foundation, he has a number of programs and projects that aim to develop youth training and leadership skills. He is building a library, community center and a Sizzla Youth Foundation Museum in his native August Town, a community within Kingston, Jamaica.

Sizzla - Good Love (Official Music Video)





 

Sizzla drops new Video

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Sizzla, one of reggae's most prolific artists, releases his brand new video for "Good Love" off his 70th album The Messiah, released in May 2013 on Kalonji Music/VP Records. The Jay Will directed video premieres today on Okayplayer's Large Up, who hails "Good Love" as one of their "favorite songs by him in the last decade."

Since his emergence in 1995, the enigmatic vocalist has undeniably put his stamp on the genre regardless of the current style or trend. Even musical icons like Jay Z have taken notice. On Jay Z's latest album Magna Carta Holy Grail, the rap mogul samples Sizzla's timeless classic "Solid As A Rock" on his new song "Crown." Before Jay Z, hip hop artists used the same Sizzla tune to proclaim their throne status, including 50 Cent on "You Will Never Take My Crown" and Ja Rule on "The Crown." It is evident that Sizzla remains the reigning king of roots on his latest effort The Messiah, which peaked at #1 on the South Florida Reggae Chart and New York Reggae Chart. He showcases his musical depth, passion and precision in partnership with Bread Back productions.

Mostly written and executive produced by Sizzla himself, Kalonji's full scope of talents are displayed on The Messiah. With a fresh perspective in 2013, the man on a musical mission inspires positive change worldwide on this 15-track collection. His social commentary on songs like "Chant Dem Down," "No Wicked Man" and "Psalms 121? reveal his daring bravado and righteous lyrics, while the melodic anthem "Good Love" unveils his softer side.

In addition to music, Sizzla, who was recently named the President of the Ancient Nyabinghi Council, has been organizing, mobilizing, and working to promote Rastafari, unity, upliftment and positivity in Jamaican communities and worldwide. Through his Sizzla Youth Foundation, he has a number of programs and projects that aim to develop youth training and leadership skills. He is building a library, community center and a Sizzla Youth Foundation Museum in his native August Town, a community within Kingston, Jamaica.

Sizzla - Good Love (Official Music Video)





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