Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Jan 7, 2015.
nope its this guy
I made a thread about all of his vine videos last year. definitely an asshole
I say we reinstate officer Darren Wilson and transfer him to whatever town this obnoxious mop lives in. And just to be safe, we should start a Kickstarter to buy George Zimmerman the house next door. Oh, we should also draw up a bunch of profane comics of Mohammed, sign his name at the bottom, and send them to France.
That oughtta put him in a coffin.
What would really be funny is to see him fucking up something that he actually owns.
Oh wait. That's right. He has nothing because he's a fucking loser.
Finally, when I thought there was a thread about me, I was wrong.
I have a feeling this will sort itself out sooner rather than later. #blacklivesmatter
Hope one of his homeboys gun his ass down, we don't need another whitey defending themselves, to have the brothers and al breathing down their neck.
He's good reason for CCW. That would stop his crap.
He looks like Byron Long.
He could be Obumba's son!
I completely agree, put him in a coffin
Whew! When I saw the title of this thread I thought it was going to be about me.
I don't much care that he's an asshole
He actually seems quite pleasant compared to most of the videos I see of urban types
It's the fact that there's not a single bit of humor in them that amazes me--somebody should let him know to stop this
''Put'em in a coffin'' douchebag arrested for destroying 7-11, held on $250K bond
VonMar Arrested, Charged After Posting Video of 7-Eleven Ransacking
Incarceration status @ Cook County Jail --> http://www2.cookcountysheriff.org/search2/details.asp?jailnumber=2015-0109197
COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — A local rapper and Internet prankster who filmed himself and some cohorts trashing a Gold Coast 7-Eleven on New Year's Day is now facing charges for the damage they caused.
Delvon Irving, also known as VonMar, appeared in court Friday, where he faced charges of felony retail theft and misdemeanor damage property.
Alex Parker discusses the arrest:
Assistant State's Attorney Erin Antonietti told Judge Adam Bourgeois Irving posted a video of the 7-Eleven prank - in which he and another man leapt upon a rack of merchandise and went behind the counter, attempting to use a cash register, before fleeing with a coffee urn - on YouTube. He also posted two additional videos of himself in taxis, which helped police find him, she said.
He was arrested Wednesday at 11:30 p.m., she said, and was wanted on two suburban warrants. Irving, 24, of Alsip, formerly studied video production at Columbia College, his public defender said.
On Facebook, where he posted the video, which has garnered more than 5 million views, Irving said he aspired to be like the stars of "Jackass."
"You wanted to be famous," said Bourgeois, before ordering Irving held in lieu of $250,000
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Asshole? Maybe. But I could watch his videos all day.