Oxford Police Chief Bill Partridge has a message for people who talk smack about his cops: Put up or shut up. Partridge said there has been a barrage of videos and comments on social media seeking to disparage good cops. "Effective this date it will be my policy that if you disrespect one of our officers and then file a false complaint or make false claims on social media, I will post the video footage of the contact on social media for the public to see.I am tired of false complaints being brought to the department in an attempt to get out of a traffic charge or criminal charge." And Partridge already has kept his word, with a 34-minute video that has been viewed more than 600,000 times since he posted it on Thursday.The Clifton Bell-directed video shows Cam'ron at his best, as he displays his innate acting skills with Sen City.Despite inflicting pain to the love of his life, the "Oh Boy" star steps up to the plate, regains focus and then pops the question to his girlfriend at the end of the video.Police said Hill was driving a stolen car and fleeing a traffic stop when the crash occurred.
You just need to watch it." Partridge went back to his office and watched the video. The officer's body cam video showed the officer calmly talking to the dog owner, who grabbed his cell phone to record the interaction and was clearly the agitated one in the situation.
In addition to his latest visual, Cam'ron is selling new merch, specifically the 10,000 Miles T-shirt, which the Harlem rep jokingly offers, "Cheat on your diet, not your girl." Cam also dons the funny T-shirt in his new video.
Remember when the NHL was teetering on the brink a few years back, the plan moving forward was to make the viewing experience “more pleasurable”, by bringing the fan closer to the action with more cameras in cool places. We’ll go out on a limb and say the Chicago Blackhawks knew the “Goal Cam” would afford onlookers a rather up-close, interesting view of the action, but no way did they realize just how provocative this camera angle could really get.
With Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" serving as the sample, Killa Cam ruminates about his sunken relationship after he was found cheating on his girlfriend.
"I cheated, another one in the books for me/ She clean, roll weed and cook for me/ Ain't hear from the kid, she would look for me/ Now she so mad that she won't even look at me," he raps.