Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.Advertisers are not allowed to run annoying ads on RYM.Check the tropical backdrop and Nivea-blessed chorus of "Danger" and the wah-wah guitar/808 combo of "Big Truck Boys" for the funk; check nearly every song for that vulgar braggin' and boastin'.The raw bass and slinky rhythm of "Smoked Out" is a nice Southern take on G-funk, and it's a welcome reprieve from the thick "come hither" machismo which dominates much of the other songs.Baton Rouge federal authorities are seeking a civil judgment against Michael Tyler of Prairieville—also known as the rapper Mystikal—whom they say owes .9 million in back taxes, penalties and interest over an 11-year period dating back to 1997.The three-time Grammy nominee has a history of tax issues: U. District Judge James Brady of Baton Rouge sentenced him in 2006 to serve a year in prison for tax evasion at the same time he served a state sentence for sexual battery against his hair stylist. In that case, Tyler pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns on 4,916 he earned in 1998 and 0,953 in 1999. District Judge Shelly Dick to enter a judgment against Tyler for .9 million, plus any interest and fines that may accrue until the balance is paid.Mystikal said that serving the near-three month sentence was just as difficult as serving his six-year sentence back in 2004.Still, he said it was beneficial because it gave him time to reflect on his current legal situation and asses what he had to lose if any further incidents occured.
If you are still on the page where the annoying ad was (or still is) displayed, then proceed to fill out this form.He said that he and frequent collaborator Guillotine actually joined together in an attempt to earn enough money to purchase luxury cars, but that the military lifestyle was not one he could maintain.“Military, that actually came a year after high school,” he recalled. We actually joined the army to both buy BMWs and Porsches or something like that; we wanted some foreign cars and figured that would be the easiest way to acquire those things. As soon as I left to go to the army, KLC and them started making records – c’mon man, what kinda shit is that there? “81 days I’ma be right back, that’s that bullshit,” he said.“The fuckin’ 81 days was just pretty much as tough as that six [years in prison] – of course not as bad, [but] I had did the time, inked my deal and I was on my way back up the charts and here goes the bullshit again. I used it as an opportunity to just calm down, reflect on everything and just stay fresh and stay home and stay ready for when the days elapsed.” Mystikal also recalled his brief stint in the military after he finished high school.