Jordan 6 – Black – Green – Yellow
Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” – 2014 Retro Sample
Air Jordan 11 Retro
Color: White/Black-Legend Blue
Style Code: 378037-117
Release Date: 12/2014
Michael Jordan again breaks his cardinal rule.
It’s not every day you meet your hero. In fact, many of us go our entire lives without meeting the person we look up to the most. As of Friday, that can’t be said about Teyana Taylor, who had a face-to-face with Michael Jordan at the Jordan Brand classic.
Teyana, who performed the National Anthem pre-game, shared these videos of the encounter on her Instagram account. In the clip, she chops it up with His Airness about possible receiving her own Air Jordan 3 colorway. MJ responds by saying they could get her a pair in all-red and links her up with Reggie presumably Jordan Brand Director of Entertainment Reggie Saunders. Don’t be surprised if Teyana pops up in Celebrity Sole Watch wearing red 3s in the near future.
Sneak Peak at the next Jordan x SB collab
2 pairs will be released, black and white, both from time and wear will reveal the colors underneath
Move That Dope (Ft. Pusha T, Pharrell Williams & Casino)
My Momma (Ft. Wiz Khalifa)
Won (Ft. Kanye West)
Never Satisfied (Ft. Drake)
Covered N Money
Special (Ft. Young Scooter)
Benz Friendz (Whatchutola) (Ft. Andre 3000)
Blood Sweat Tears
Big Rube Speaks
Ill Be Yours
How Can I Not (Ft. Young Scooter)
Karate Chop Ft. Lil Wayne (Remix)
3,300 Kilos Found in Miami Dade County! !!
Coast Guard unloads $110 million worth of cocaine at its Miami Beach base
The United States Coast Guard cutter Legare pulled into base Miami Beach Tuesday to offload 3,300 kilos of cocaine — worth $110 million in wholesale value — recovered in two separate cases in Southwestern Caribbean waters.
The massive drug bust was part of Operation Martillo, an international effort launched in January 2012 to keep drugs off the street.
The first bust happened March 15 about 100 miles south of Jamaica. Her Majesty’s Ship Glace Bay suspected a smuggling operation out of a fishing vessel. When officials boarded the ship, the vessel caught fire and the six people on board were rescued. In transport to Jamaica, Glace Bay found 97 bales of cocaine floating in the water. No one could be tied to the drugs in this case.
In the second case, the Legare spotted a vessel in the waters between Colombia and Honduras. After disabling the engine, Coast Guard officers found 900 kilos of cocaine floating in the water. Five Colombian nationals were on board and taken back to Colombia for prosecution.
The drugs will now be handed over to federal agents.