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ViceVersa might want to change their name after all... but not because of Vice. Part 2 of Vice vs. ViceVersagate.

This is part two in the Vice vs. ViceVersagate series… It pains me to hear that the band is considering selling their gear to raise legal fees. 327 more words

Pastor Troy On New Film: "Names Changed To Protect The Guilty" [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

Pastor Troy is celebrating the completion of his independent film, “We Was Homeboys.” He gives advice on independently producing, writing, directing and acting in his own movie, and discusses what it’s like working in the industry amidst such a major switch to digital. 39 more words

Ed Lover Show

Pastor Troy On New Film: "Names Changed To Protect The Guilty" [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

Pastor Troy is celebrating the completion of his independent film, “We Was Homeboys.” He gives advice on independently producing, writing, directing and acting in his own movie, and discusses what it’s like working in the industry amidst such a major switch to digital. 39 more words

Ed Lover Show

Ms. Minnie Explains Why She Lied About Dating Pastor Troy [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


Little Women of Atlanta‘s Ms. Minnie explains why Juicy‘s surprise appearance at her birthday party made her upset, and Juicy explains why she felt justified in attending without an invitation. 171 more words

Rickey Smiley Morning Show

Ms. Minnie Explains Why She Lied About Dating Pastor Troy [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


Little Women of Atlanta‘s Ms. Minnie explains why Juicy‘s surprise appearance at her birthday party made her upset, and Juicy explains why she felt justified in attending without an invitation. 171 more words

Rickey Smiley Morning Show

Ms. Minnie Explains Why She Lied About Dating Pastor Troy [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


Little Women of Atlanta‘s Ms. Minnie explains why Juicy‘s surprise appearance at her birthday party made her upset, and Juicy explains why she felt justified in attending without an invitation. 171 more words

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Vice Versa

This poem is one of my favorites because it reflects a young man honestly pondering the reconciliation of his faith with the reality of the world he perceives around him. 527 more words

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