We ran into her the other day online and had to find out more about this jaw dropping beauty. She’s been featured in Show mag, XXL Magazine, FHM Magazine, Black Mens Magazine, Lowrider Girl, the Ultimate Fight Night Calendar, the Karl Kani International Ad Campaign with Three 6 Mafia, and an array of other projects.
She is of Brazilian, African-American, Italian, French, Polish and Puerto Rican descent. What more could you ask for?
Trust me when I say hit the jump.
Gumball 3000 ‘Coast to Coast’ is a high speed action packed adventure full of high jinx antics filmed during the 8 days of the 2009 Gumball Rally from Los Angeles to Miami. From ‘sandal skating on the freeway’ to wild penthouse parties this road trip offers viewers a unique passenger ride experience on the worlds most exclusive road trip.
The four Finnish friends are back with a brand new series, ‘The Dudesons in America’. The Dudesons have gone big for their fourth series, with an inflated MTV budget and stunts on a larger scale then ever. The four lads from the Arctic Circle are in The States and seem to be on a mission. With backing from Johnny Knoxville and Jeff Tremaine, this show looks more than promising!
Thousands of bees have infested a southwest Houston home, reported TV station KPRC Local. Josie Parra and her family said they have been dealing with the problem for almost two years.
“There are hundreds of them,” she said. “You can see them outside of my little boy’s room and they are coming in through a little hole. We have tried to fix the problem ourselves …we don’t know what else to do.”
She said everyone in her family, including her husband and 2-year-old daughter, has been stung by the bees. “We’ve called the city of Houston, the fire department…no one has been able to do anything. Someone quoted me a price of $450, but we don’t have that kind of money right now.”
After taking a few moments to assess the problem, Claude Griffin from Gotcha Pest Control said “from one to 10, this problem is an 11.” He not only had to carve out pieces of brick and siding of the house, he also had to go inside the home and remove a piece of the ceiling. “This is so dangerous,” he said. “Someone could have died. In my opinion, this problem has been here for more like 10 years.”
Griffin found hundreds of thousands of bees living inside the home. He eventually pulled out 200 pounds of honey!
Vice’s staff writer Chris Nieratko, along with 15 skaters, sneak into Havana, Cuba on a mission to bring skateboards to the children of the forbidden island. Armed with over 200 skateboards, 100 pairs of shoes and slew of random skate products, the crew rolled up to the skate park and hooked everyone up. In Cuba, skate products along with many other things which you will see in this documentary, are extremely hard to come by. Hopefully this is the type of thing to get the ball rolling to get these items for accessible in the war torn country.
The fourth annual Red Bull Cold Rush dropped on Retallack, BC with all the force of previous contests.
The throng of athletes, media, and the crew from Red Bull descended on the iconic Retallack Lodge from the four corners of the globe, and with soft snow, bluebird skies and some of the best terrain found anywhere in the world lying in wait, the atmosphere was truly electric.
Documenting the World Movie Watching Championship where 8 contestants compete for a Guinness Book World Record ‘Most consecutive movies watched without sleeping’, Gavin Mcinnes attempts to stay awake for 5 days with no sleep whatsoever. The film quickly takes a left turn as Gavin begins to lose his mind. The DVD is available at www.amillioninthemorning.com
If you like where this photo is going, I have to let you down easy. After the jump, there are no photos of Miranda Kerr doing the spread eagle while whispering your name to herself. That only happens in your dreams, or if your name is Orlando Bloom. However, there is still some amazing sights after the jump, so go ahead and check it out.
This freak accident leave this car more busted then Ronald McDonald ordering a Hawaiian pizza from Domino’s. As the driver of this Subaru STi hits fourth gear, the wing of the car snaps clean of, which can be see in the review mirror if you watch really closely. What happens next, you can probably figure out for yourself.
A monster hammerhead shark caught off NSW’s northern coast could soon become a Queensland tourism attraction.
Famed Hervey Bay shark hunter Vic Hislop has bought the 1200kg, 5m monster and this week transported the amazing catch to Queensland.
The huge shark made headlines in northern NSW last month when it was caught by a fishing boat four nautical miles off the coast of Evans Head.
It had eaten a smaller shark hooked by the fishing boat and then became trapped itself.
At 5m long, the shark is longer than a family car and could probably comfortably fit a few family members inside its massive belly.
Researchers estimate the shark was at least 40 years old.
Speaking to The Courier-Mail, Mr Hislop said he had not decided whether to house the spectacular specimen at his Hervey Bay shark show.
“It’s a magnificent specimen that’s for sure,” he said.
“I haven’t decided what I am going to do with it yet though.
“If I keep it there (at the shark museum) I will freeze it first.”
Some species of hammerheads are on the global endangered list, but they are rarely implicated in attacks on humans.
Although that would be of little comfort to someone faced with a shark bigger than most Great Whites, the most feared of all sharks.
And Mr Hislop had even more chilling news.
“That’s not the biggest one I’ve seen either,” he said.
“I’ve caught bigger.”
Titled ‘SSUReal From the Cradle to the Grave’, this vinyl toy by Kid Robot in collaboration with New York City’s SSUR, created this unique take on a murdered out sugar skull. The toy features gold chrome-plated teeth, and an intricate embossed sylvan pattern covering the entire surface. Only 200 pieces were made, each priced at $200 USD and now available through Kid Robot Black.
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An Austrian skydiver has climbed from one plane to another, 2100m above the ground, to redefine the idea of connecting flights.
While Blanik L-13 was in the air, Paul Steiner climbed onto the wing and changed flights at a speed of 130km/h.
The 47-year-old then stood up and formed a human connection between the two aircraft, before leaping off and parachuting to the ground.
“This was an incredible stunt that has not been done ever before! We rehearsed it for a whole year, minimized sources of errors and practiced every single step again and again. In the end it was all worth it,” Steiner said.
The two Blanik pilots were Ewald Roithner and Kurt Tippl. Check out the video below!