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VAIN’s Video which is a Tribute to the late great Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage resurrects his spirit in the hysterical character of Admiral VAIN Vicious. The video then goes on to slay other Rappers with a Killer Freestyle done over Wutang Clan’s Classic 7th Chamber Beat. The video is receiving notoriety , madd love, appreciation and many accolades from Hip Hop Fans and can be found Featured on the Front Pages of the following .coms Worldstarhiphop,
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A video posted online appears to show several people on the Fire Ball ride seconds before parts of the structure, including a full row of seats, split up and fell.
Tragedy struck around 7:20 pm (local time) Wednesday at the popular fair in Columbus. The Fire Ball, which consists of at least six rows of seats that spin around 40 feet above the ground as the entire structure moves like a pendulum, broke apart while it was in motion.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Superintendent Col. Paul A. Pride said one person was killed and seven others were injured, two of whom are in critical condition.
‘It’s my worst nightmare’
Rhonda Burgess said one of her sons was standing in line at a nearby ride when the incident took place.
“The ride had four riders per cart. This piece snapped off and the riders came out of the cart,” she said. “At least two (people) flew through the air at least 20 feet before landing on their backs on the concrete.”
Within seconds, Kaylie Bellomy found herself in the middle of a crowd. She had been waiting her turn to get on the Fire Ball when she watched the turmoil erupt.
“Everybody was running. I got ran over trying to get out of the way,” she told CNN affiliate WCMH
. “I just don’t think I’ll ever ride a ride ever again.”
Deputies asked attendees standing near the ride to step back as someone screamed “it’s my worst nightmare,” video footage shows. Workers were also seen placing barriers as medics and staff tend to those injured.
Three patients were taken to Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, hospital spokeswoman Eileen Scahill said.
As of Thursday, one was in serious condition and the two others were in critical condition, the hospital said in a statement.
David Evans, the center’s medical director, said it was helpful to see video of the incident that was posted to social media because it helped them look for certain types of injuries.
“Having that video really showed us that this was a great force and a great mechanism, really consistent with a high-speed motor vehicle crash with an ejection, really something more along those lines,” he said.
The other four people injured were taken to Ohio Health Grant Medical Center. CNN has reached out to that facility for an update on their conditions.
Randy Savage Tribute
If your slow you blow! Don’t miss VAIN’s 7th Chamber Freestyle that’s Blowin Up on the internet.
VAIN resurrects Randy “Macho Man” Savage as his Black Twin in the character of Admiral VAIN Vicious! That’s just the beginning, he follows up by spitting a vicious freestyle excoriating all wack rappers to Wu Tang’s classic 7th Chamber Beat.
VAIN’s 7th Chamber is picking up steam and has already hit the front pages of Thisis50, Boobootv and Paperchaser!
See it first here on Itsvainsworld!
In VAIN’s 7th Chamber Freestyle VAIN demonstrates his exceptional Freestyle Skills while simultaneously exercising his acting chops.
VAIN pays tribute to the late great Randy Savage/RIP through his humorous depiction as Admiral VAIN Vicious. They’re like brother’s from another mother.
Welcome to the WRF/World
Rap Federation as V.A.I.N. stays true to his name and shows all wack rappers that his Verbal Assault Is definitely Nasty!
Make sure you check out VAIN’s other videos on Thisis50. “Hello,” is that Hustle and Flow video, “Ain’t No Nigga Like Me,” video is that Street Anthem and the “I’m Gone,” video takes you on a trip as it spins off the cult classic movie, “Friday.”
Aramis Ayala, Florida‘s first Black female state attorney, was pulled over by a pair of police officers last month in Orlando. The now-viral body camera clip of the cops trying to shake down one of the most powerful women in the state for garbage reasons has been making the rounds with many calling a flag on the play.
Ayala, who resides in Orlando, was driving on June 19 when the two white officers pulled her over and surrounded both sides of her vehicle. In the exchange, Ayala is agreeable and doesn’t offer conflict, even when one of the officers ask why does she have a state attorney sign on her license.
The plot thickened when Ayala inquired what the stop was over, to which the officer fumbled that her windows were too dark although he’s heard admitting he had no accurate way of measuring it. Further, they said that running her tags pulled up no information on the vehicle, another likely story.
Many on social media reacted to clip, saying that this was a classic case of “Driving While Black” and we can imagine those two cops are jockeying a desk and making coffee rounds for the whole precinct after this incredible gaffe. Let’s not pretend that Ayala is a bit of a thorn in the side to Republican Gov. Rick Scott due to her refusal to seek the death penalty in trying criminal cases, which has those Blue Lives Matters dillweeds hot on her trail.
Three Chicago police officers have been indicted on charges that they conspired to cover up the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald by police in October 2014.
Video released in 2015 showed a white police officer, Jason Van Dyke, shoot McDonald 16 times. He has since pleaded not guilty to murder.
Three officers, Thomas Gaffney, David March, and Joseph Walsh, were charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Chicago police have not responded to the charges.