daily dos: Jennifer Lopez and Wisin & Yandel in Acapulco, Chris Brown's GF is scared and Rambo goes to Arizona


daily dos: Jennifer Lopez and Wisin & Yandel in Acapulco, Chris Brown's GF is scared and Rambo goes to Arizona

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    Jennifer Lopez met up with Wisin & Yandel in Acapulco to film the music video for "Follow The Leader." J. Lo was sporting a large fake tattoo on her chest that reads "Los Lideres." Gossip blog The Superficial has paparazzi photos of the shoot featuring Lopez's BF, Casper Smart.
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    Even though Chris Brown has reportedly been supportive of his girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, she is scared to leave the house without security because of Rihanna stans. Drama!
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    CNN political analyst Roland Martin's month-long suspension has been lifted. Martin was suspended on February 8 over tweets he sent during the Super Bowl that the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation said were anti-gay.
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    The Department of Justice has blocked a Texas Voter ID law because it would unfairly affect Hispanic and other minority voters. The law would have required voters to show a photo ID before they entered a polling place. Hispanic registered voters in Texas are nearly 50 percent more likely to lack a photo ID than the average voter in Texas.
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    "I'm dying to do another Rambo. He's in Arizona on the border. It will involve him going into Mexico. I don't think Rambo likes Mexicans." Sylvester Stallone throws around ideas about doing a fourth installment of the Rambo movie series.
  • The UnSmear Campaign? While some politicians use smear tactics to run for office, Barack Obama's campaign is taking a different approach. In this video, Obama highlights how he is being smeared and attacked by his opposition.
  • Meet Clarence. He is a human wi-fi hotspot. At the SXSW music, film and technology conference, New York marketing firm BBH and Texas-based homeless advocacy group Front Steps have created the controversial Homeless Hotspots campaign.
  • Los Tigres del Norte have been banned from playing shows in Ciudad Juárez after the group allegedly broke a law that prohibits bands from playing songs that glorify drug dealers. "The musical group will not get permits for future shows in the city limits, until such time as authorities decide otherwise," said the city in a statement.
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