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He added "Once we went 100 percent video, showing that original hood stuff, we prevailed." For this reason, World Star Hip Hop has been classified as a shock site.
The Gothamist blog describes the site as "an Internet cesspool that's cashed in big on senseless fight videos.
Last Monday, a man named Lee O’Denat died in San Diego, officially from athersclerotic cardiovascular disease.
To know O’Denat at all was to know him as Q, the founder and face of World Star Hip Hop, the wildly popular (and often divisive) website that helped to document -- and even to shape -- hip-hop culture over the past decade-plus.
Bill O'Reilly attacked World Star Hip Hop and its president after watching a video of a kid talking about his plans to kill then-president George W. O'Reilly said, "I believe the Secret Service should arrest the parents of this kid and the purveyor of the website (Q)", calling it a "crime" that this was allowed up after the video was banned on other sites. WSHH names the video "Disgraceful: College Fight In NYC Breaks Out Between A Guy, His Girl & Another Girl In Class! Hitting Her With Body Shots)." Shortly after the video was posted Scott was given copyright to the video by Mr. He filed for a takedown notice so that WSHH would take down the video.
a video surfaced of a fight between a man (Scott) and his current and former girlfriend. He explained that WS did not have his permission to put up the video of the fight.
Though it was often dismissed as a repository for lowest-common-denominator entertainment (including fights where people got seriously injured, or where the participants were children), the aggregation site became a hub for a generation of kids in and around hip-hop culture.
50 Cent claimed that World Star and O'Denat used his images on the website which led people to the belief that he was one of the owners of the site.
O'Denat used the setup of On Smash.com, a website which had already been distributing that sort of material.
O'Denat said that this led to tension between the two websites.
World Star’s no-frills home page is a succinct look at its ethos.
At the top is a single-row box marked TRENDING NOW; on Tuesday, this included clips about Emmett Till’s accuser, Big Sean’s philanthropy, and one titled “Dad Beats Up Kid For Asking His 9-Year-Old Daughter To Twerk!