Hit-A-Lik Entertainment opens for Soulja Boy 7.24.2014 @ the El Ray, Los Angeles
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Hit-A-Lik. C.E.O. Charles Buko faced stern second-guessing after failing to provide Jay-Z with a promotional CD single of Hit-A-Lik street anthem #RobABank when he walked past Hovi (stepping off an elevator at a Manhattan recording studio) last week.
C-HU$T was not available for comment but released this statement:
“You know’m sayin’ that wasn’t the first time we walked past Jigga in an elevator, so I doubt it’ll be the last money.”
C-HU$T additionally did however; (eventually) confirm this incident was in fact the first time he’d walked past Beyoncé in an elevator (or elsewhere otherwise [for that matter]).
In 2013 John Seyferth was arrested and charged with marijuana possession exceeding 1,000 grams (in Cook County Illionois). He was sentenced to 4 years at Jacksonville Correctional Center (prison).
It is now being widely reported, that Seyf is a “free” man. No longer incarcerated only 4 months after his arrest.
Seyf may be “free” from jail but he is not free from obvious questions about this most miraculous chain of “events”.
After carefully measured research, monitoring, consideration and evaluation it is the determination of hitalik.com and its editorship that odds are Seyf probably did – snitch.
The sheer implausability of release after 4 months on a sentence of 4 YEARS is (regrettably) simply, too exponentially glaring to ignore.
Additionally it is our professional and social recommendation that nobody expecting any degree of privacy or American freedom associate with or affiliate with Seyf since:
A) He probably snitched.
B) He has yet to admit it.
C) He was generally, pretty much a corn ball the entire time anyway.
Is the drug war flawed? Of course.
Is it our business if Seyf Snitched? Maybe, not.
But this “guy” (somehow) ‘rose’ to post status at FakeShoreDrive.com. All the while, attempting to appear “associated” with hip-hop culture in Chicago, at large?
The same kid from Ann Arbor who used to come into Just Sports and say he was a fan of C-HU$TLE records produced by Drew Money. Now, that’s the sh*t we don’t like.
I wrote Seyf a letter while he was locked up telling him he was an “idiot” and that if he had wised up earlier we could have (perhaps) broken bread.
It was only 10 months prior Hit-A-Lik was openig for Mobb Deep, (in Chicago) and Seyf made no effort to appear at, learn about or (god forbid) promote the show on Fakeshore or elsewhere.
Forget snitching on Terrezy, How gon’tryn’ “represent” Hip-Hop in Chicago but go AWOL when Mobb Deep comes to town?
After decades of waiting C-Webb has finally come home. Even if this arrival took place at NBA All-Star Weekend 2014 in New Orleans, it is the vibe that counts. Home is, where the heart is and even if Webber never “returns” to the corny “embrace” of the University Of Michigan Athletic Department. Even if he is never courtside at Crisler Arena with a headset on (like he is nightly, nationwide with TNT currently) let this photo with Hit-A-Lik artist Arcade (a.k.a. BLAKNASA) be a lesson to thee. Despite flagrant ignorance and subversive racism on the part of the University Of Michigan Athletic Department brass, (specifically David Brandon) C-Webb will not be shunned.
I saw someone on instagram comment, “Mr. Timeout” on this photograph. To this person we say: if by “Mr. Timeout” you mean “Mr. invented black socks, long shorts, authentic collegiate superstars, initiated of the wave which would ultimately lead to unionization of college athletes, hoop rappers, creator of DADA clothing line, wardrobe supplier for the classic 2004 film Shottas, and the producer/beat-maker of Nasir Jones – Blunt Ashes, then… yes…”Mr. Timeout”.
Even if C-Webb’s shyness and understandably bittersweet emotions overcomes him, The Eastside shall remain… perfect. Tappan Middle School Alumni pictured with Chris Webber (left to right) Anthony “The Jesus Of Crunk” Galardi, Johnny “Arcade/BLAKNASA” Floyd, and Tommy “The Head Turner Like Head Turner” Buhr (to Webber’s right) above.
After more than a decade of toiling behind the proverbial “other side of the glass” Hit-A-Lik Entertainment technical czar, and in-house production guru Mikey Millions (M. Millionés) has been awarded a Grammy certificate for his efforts.
The lost C-Hustle Hustle Hard freestyle has resurfaced.