Does Touré refer to Neblett as his “slave” name?


A few months ago it took me a while searching the internet to discover Touré’s last name. A few articles mentioned that he had one and he hates it but didn’t say what it was. I guess he thought it would be edgy and cool to be one of those single-name personalities, like Cher and Meatloaf.

Then I found it – his full name is Touré Neblett.

Ever since then I have made a point to popularize his full name. Whenever I see an article about Touré I always simply leave a comment stating that his last name is Neblett.

I am winning. Neblett now appears in his wiki bio and lots of other places. Who says one person can’t make a difference?

Help make Neblett famous.


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60 Responses to Does Touré refer to Neblett as his “slave” name?

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Yes, I do like to stir shit. Why do you ask?

  2. but is Toure really his given name?

  3. PiperMN says:

    I’d like to know about his parents?? Snoopy, nosy that’s me.

  4. yttik says:

    Believe it or not, many black folks don’t like Toure much. They don’t trust him and there are many conspiracy theories about him, like maybe he works for the CIA or something.

    My favorite quote about him is, “Toure Neblett is not a White person’s dream. Toure Neblett is a White person’s creation.”

  5. HELENK says:

    myiq
    what does it mean when a court throws out a case saying those who brought to case to court ” do not have the proper standing”?

    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/08/18/court-rejects-challenge-to-epa-e15-ethanol-waiver/

  6. Lulu says:

    ObamaTax may be the most poorly constructed legislation ever to come out of Congress. It makes things much worse. The Democratic Party deserves extinction for this travesty.

    “Under rules proposed by the (Internal Revenue) service, some working-class families would be unable to afford family coverage offered by their employers, and yet they would not qualify for subsidies provided by the law.”
    “The fight revolves around how to define “affordable” under provisions of the law that are ambiguous. The definition could have huge practical consequences, affecting who gets help from the government in buying health insurance”.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/us/ambiguity-in-health-law-could-make-family-coverage-too-costly.html?_r=3&hp

  7. myiq2xu says:

    This take-down was epic:

  8. Oswald says:

    Ryan and his mom in Florida:

  9. Oswald says:
  10. melisshka says:

    Maybe I just have food on the brain (quite possible), but every time I hear Toure’s last name, I think of delicious corn. Niblet? Get it?

  11. leslie says:

    Is Donna Brazile Toure`s mother? I just read some of her tweets. It is to cry. Maybe she wrote his bio. I don’t know why I follow her. I must be a masochist.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Trying to figure out how to let my school-teacher daughter down gently. She’s hoping and praying CA voters approve another tax plan in November so they can keep her school open after Christmas vacation. Otherwise, they say, its curtains for them,
      Talk I hear is “no-way”. But even if that happened, what would there be left to tax? Hard times coming.

      • threewickets says:

        They could tax Amazon’s online sales in the state. They could tax the $125 billion in profits Apple has sitting in offshore cash.

        • myiq2xu says:

          California public employee pensions (of which teachers are a big part) are currently underfunded by about $600 BILLION.

          California sales tax is about 7% – how much are Amazon’s sales?

          Meanwhile, Governor Moonbeam wants to build a $100 billion bullet train to nowhere.

        • threewickets says:

          No doubt it’s a very big hole, but they probably also get those big numbers by projecting out to 30 year plus horizons, and this is of course all based on the lowest interest rates we’ve seen in the market in virtually a century. Been seeing that with other pension liability numbers in the media. But interest rates won’t be this low for 30 years and beyond. That’s unless we become a dead-in-the-water economy like Japan. Which is why we need to accelerate the plane out of its stall, even if that means keeping the flaps down for a bit longer. We need to steer into the skid to right the car. We pull too hard with the austerity business and we’ll end up in the ditch forever.

        • threewickets says:

          The policy reality doesn’t always match the political rhetoric anyway.

  12. threewickets says:

    Has timmy the adopted dad been around lately..

  13. tommy says:

    Hmm…..this dude. To put it mildly, the minorities don’t have a great opinion about him. And the rest would be too crude and rude for this blog. Lets leave it at that.

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