Tuesday, 28 February 2012
LapDance Tuesdays invites you to party with Uncle Luke, for Spring Break Uncensored. Featuring the infamous amateur pole competition for major cash prizes. Ladies enjoy free entry and cocktail until midnight. Music by DJ Affect, Mummy and Bulletproof.
Posted by mor75gan at 13:38
Thursday, 23 February 2012
Jeremy Lin may have went to Harvard, but when it comes to the Power of the P, Luther Campbell has a Doctorate Degree. So, Lin would be wise to listen to the words of wisdom of Uncle Luke.
This isn’t just good advice for Lin, but men in general.
Lin isn’t ready for the power of the coochie. He’s no Tim Tebow. Why do I say that? First of all, Lin has a Harvard degree and Tebow got his college education at the University of Florida. That’s like comparing a rocket scientist to a Honda mechanic. Also, Tebow has won a collegiate national title and the Heisman Trophy, so he’s used to girls testing his decision to stay a virgin until marriage.
But Lin was just another unknown D-leaguer before breaking out this season. He’s not used to the headlines and babes fawning all over him. Until recently, he was sleeping on his brother’s couch and couldn’t have gotten laid in Rio de Janeiro during Carnaval. Last week, I’m sure he had every fine model who strutted the catwalk during New York Fashion Week waiting for him outside Madison Square Garden.
Read more: http://www.kmel.com/pages/K2.html?article=9798467#ixzz1nFXC8HZP
Posted by mor75gan at 15:13
Wednesday, 22 February 2012
Monday, 20 February 2012
Back in 2010, rap veteran Uncle Luke defended hip-hop mogul Jay-Z in light of his devil worshipping accusations.
"I don't know any devil worshippers. And who knows, maybe Jay-Z and other rappers have some devil worshipers as fans. But that doesn't mean entertainers are sacrificing virgins for Beelzebub. I didn't even know who the Illuminati were until the Internet started buzzing that Jay-Z was one of them. It's ridiculous. Jay-Z is a cool cat. He ain't Hollywood. He is a regular guy. He is so f*cking grounded. It is a shame people want to link him to this conspiracy." (The 305)http://www.sohh.com/2012/02/waka_flocka_flame_on_nicki_minaj_grammy.html
Posted by mor75gan at 13:36
Monday, 13 February 2012
A memo from Uncle Luke to all y'all haters who seem to think the hip-hop industry should institute some sorta superstrict mandatory retirement policy ... Screw you. That shit's ageist.
In today's edition of Luke's Gospel, entitled "Jay-Z, Eminem, and Rick Ross Are Never Too Old For Rap," 's resident rap expert and anti-discrimination advocate makes the case for middle-aged mike manglers.
Because, according to Luke, "Hip-hop is not some kiddie fad music anymore."
Now Uncle Luke never explicitly addresses his reasons for this sudden, spirited defense of the 36-to-334 rapper demographic.
But as a 53-year-old father, longtime fan of free-speech, and former Miami-Dade mayoral candidate who's preparing to embark upon "the Lollapolooza of Bass music," we can only assume that he's looking to shut up small-minded and discriminatory comment section assholes like Hayabusa, who reacted to the news of 2 Live Crew's upcoming reunion tourby snidely suggesting, "Stay retired."
That's just ignorant bullshit, though. And as Uncle Luke says, hip-hop artists are never too old to rap.
Even grandpas should be able to "Pop That Pussy" and get "As Nasty As They Wanna Be."
Posted by mor75gan at 12:26
Monday, 6 February 2012
Based on the 1962 French film La Jetee, The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke is a re-telling of the classic put into words our generation can understand.
The film has a firm grasp on surrealism and is not afraid to make fun of itself. Director Mayer possesses a keen understanding that just because something is projected in a silly manner does not mean it can’t express a message. This movie was definitely an internal reflection of its main character—showcasing them as a product of their environment and they know it.
The colors were easily my favorite part of this film. It is cartoon-like in nature but still engaging when it comes to story and plot. Even though the film is short, (twelve minutes and some change) it is saturated in both metaphor and satire. And while it is highly enjoyable, it probably isn’t the best thing to share with the whole family.
Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke is competing in the Shorts Competition.
Posted by mor75gan at 15:34
Thursday, 2 February 2012
I like Drew Rosenhaus, I have no problems saying that.I have met him a few times and I find him to be quite the character. I don’t have any inside knowledge like Luke has, but I do know, that for the most part he fights hard for his players. He has also been known to do things that other agents wouldn't for his clients, but Luke says that he is a fraud. Here is what he had to say.
Rosenhaus is the Gordon Gekko of the NFL, preaching a greed-is-good philosophy to the players he represents. The man who inspired Tom Cruise’s Jerry Maguire character recklessly offers young black men the world. He’ll throw a kid $50,000 just to sign with him and promise a house on Star Island. Instead of teaching his clients how to be responsible with their money, Rosenhaus shows them that football is all about living large. He sells only the glitz and glamour.
Rosenhaus has accumulated a net worth of $65 million by hustling football players from South Florida and those who attended the University of Miami. Heck, Miami Northwestern, Miami Jackson, Miami Central, and all the other local high school football powerhouses might as well find him a locker for all the time he has spent at those schools wooing the athletes he now represents. Yet he has never donated a dime to the youth programs in Overtown or Liberty City. He has never bought a helmet or a single book for the kids who could eventually end up on his client roster.
I’m sick and tired of Rosenhaus getting rich off the African-American community. He needs to give back. He can start by teaching football players from an early age about fiscal responsibility and saving for a rainy day.I don’t doubt Luke’s claims.It is what a lot of agents do, so I don’t know if Rosenhaus has any more responsibility than any other agent to give back to the black community.If he is getting his clients million dollars deals, shouldn't it be those athletes Luke should throw his venom at?I rarely blame the supplier, I blame the user. Rosenhaus might give you the gun, doesn’t mean you have to pull the trigger.
Posted by mor75gan at 13:07