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Clinton Portis in Wale's music video

After so many weeks of vaguely negative coverage of Clinton Portis, nice to see him finally getting back to the good stuff. In this case, appearing in Wale's "Pretty Girls" music video, along with Ray Rice, who managed to find time to shoot the video the week before the Ravens faced the Colts.

Brightest Young Things has an excellent photo gallery, featuring shots of Wale with his pants sagging, young women in tight jeans, young women in tight tights, young women in tight spandex contraptions, young women who don't seem ever to actually face the camera, Clinton Portis grinding with young women, and white guys standing behind cameras. Highly recommended. And can't wait for the video.

In other Redskins news, Cumberland County Commissioner Gary Eichelberger is lobbying for the Skins to return to Carlisle for training camp, telling The Sentinel that with Carlisle's mayor acting like a "civic cheerleader, the region could make a "very persuasive" argument.

"This opportunity certainly warrants support from county-based entities," he said. I've no doubt that Clinton Portis would volunteer to examine various county-based entities.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 18, 2010; 1:24 PM ET
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Wale is lookin like a fool with his pants on the ground

Posted by: edeleon | January 18, 2010 1:52 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: Petey82 | January 18, 2010 2:50 PM | Report abuse

What does white camera men have to do with anything? I guess you are trying to hide the fact that you don't understand hip hop culture under your undercover hidden comments on the young woman, and the rapper If you don't get it then do some research and try to understand it. I'm not praising anybody or anything, but you took a huge left turn while pointing out the races of everybody in the room.

Posted by: ChellBellz | January 18, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

Wale's association with the fan-suing, military wife dissing owner is likely to give rap an undeserved bad name.

Posted by: jburnetti | January 18, 2010 11:03 PM | Report abuse

Check out real DC/NOVA Hip Hop:

Music video filmed in Northern Virginia, next one is being filmed in DC.

Posted by: dumbells110lbs | January 19, 2010 11:27 AM | Report abuse

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