“[He was] clad in a bird costume, high heels and [had] a living rooster tied to his genitals.”
Birds and Balls – South African performance artist Steven Cohen was arrested for sexual exhibitionsim in Paris earlier this week according to a report by French news site RFI. Way to show your love for the city of love, Steve. Check out the story.
“The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.”
“In time, we shall be in a position to bestow on South Africa the greatest possible gift – a more human face.”
Steve Biko speaks on black consciousness and the ideology’s aspirational response to apartheid. Yesterday, 12 September, marks the 36th anniversary of the activist’s death at the hands of apartheid police officers in 1977. Check out a story on the Mail & Guardian.
“Career ain’t goin nowhere like horses in the stable/b*&#* I’m in the mansion, flossing, clicking cable.”
Nicki Minaj responds colourfully on Twitter to Gucci Mane’s claim that they had a friends-with-benefits arrangement. I guess Gucci should’ve checked out Live Magazine’s guide to not getting friend-zoned. (Check it out in Issue 8 of Live Magazine coming to you soon). Follow Nicki on Twitter.
“Bill Gates asked Bill Ellop to buy him a Nokia, so Bill bought Nokia.”
Microsoft goes macro. An unknown Twitter user responds to the news that Microsoft had made a bid to buy Nokia for $7-million this week, thus entering into the hardware business for the very first time in its history.