1) Name? LUPE
2)Got any nicknames? LA GREEN I'S, STREET MEAT, VIEJO, CHULO, LUPITO, BUENOTE.... ;)
3)When were you born? JULY 17, 1984
4)Hometown? WESLACO BAYBE!!
5)Still live there? UNTIL I GET A RAISE...YES...
6)Got a ball and chain? YEA ON AND IN MY TRUCK...
7)Do you have kids? If so how many? YEP YEP YEP...1 CHICO.. 3YRS OF AGE...
8)So why did you get in radio and not professional wrestling? I HAVE BIG GUNS TO BIG FOR WRESTLING.... AHHHHHHH
9)Favorite thing you like about radio? JAY AND AMANDA.. AND HITMAN...AND DA BUENOTA "THE INTERN"
10)Spill the beans on your most embarrassing radio experience? WHEN CHANNEL 5'S MERIEYA V, HAD NO SHAME IN HER GAME IN THE HOTKISS STUDIOS W/ AMANDA, JAY, AND IRENE PRESENT...
11)Favorite movies? ACE VENTURA, ANY STEVEN SEGAL MOVIES, CARS, HAPPY FEET =)
12)Favorite artists? OOOOFALE...TO MANY...IM A DJ I LUV ALL MUSIC.. FROM HIPHOP, INT, DANCE, TECHNO, ALL THE WAY TO THE RAZA STUFF...COORIDOS BAYBE!!!
13)So you're on a deserted island...you can take three albums with you, what would that be? ACDC, R-KELLY, AND LAURYN HILL
14)Peson you'd most like to meet? THE GUY WHO STARTED STARBUCKS... YOUR GOD!
15)Who is the celebrity you'd like to run away with if you could? LA MAMASOTA CHRISTINA AGUILERA
16)Are you scared of anything? IRENE GETTING MAD...SCARRY
17)What would you like to accomplish in 5 years? Finish school!!!
18)If you weren't in radio.....what do you think you would be doing today? PLAYING GUITAR HERO @ HOME
19)Got any pet peeves? REPEATING AN ORDER AT A DRIVE THRU LIKE 20 BILLION TIMES...UGH!
20)And finally, what would you like to be most remembered for? Being the greatest Papi ever!
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On Tuesday, Virginia Maiden of Kennewick, Washington woke up and found someone had stolen her 1995 Toyota 4Runner. She called the cops to report it missing, then went to her job at McDonald's.
A few hours later, there was an INCREDIBLE coincidence. As Virginia was manning the drive thru, she saw HER OWN CAR pull up.
The thief was 22-year-old Katherine York. She'd stolen the car . . . then went to JC Penney and Sears to steal some clothes . . . and then to McDonald's.
Virginia immediately called the cops again.
Katherine was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle. The cops found a bunch of the stolen clothes in the backseat, but shoplifting charges are still pending.
"Kids of all ages are encouraged to invite their mothers to Hooters for special treatment on Mother's Day," said Dave Henninger, chief marketing officer, Hooters of America. "The free entrée deal is just one way for Hooters to show its appreciation for hard-working moms and to provide a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a delicious meal with the family."
Little long there but, hey, it’s a good impression and he completely nailed the joke-telling style. And Louis CK telling a “Why does the chicken cross the road” joke would still be better than 90% of other comedians’ best efforts. Nothing smashes home a setup quite like a vivid description of chickens banging, regardless of context.
An email from a Delta Gamma sorority girl at the University of Maryland went around online yesterday, where she was BERATING her fellow sorority sisters for not being fun at Greek events.
The email is VERY vulgar, but also hilarious . . . and surprisingly well-written. You won't be able to read it without laughing out loud multiple times. Just Google "A Sorority Girl Lashes Out At Her Sisters."
(Here's the email. WARNING: Extremely strong language.)
51-year-old Maria Carreiro of Toronto thought she had won $40,000 in last week's Lotto Max drawing, but she got the number wrong.
Her real winnings had a few extra zeros and a comma tacked on to the end.
"When I went to the machine I just see 40 because I'd never won this amount of money," she told reporters attending her lottery check presentation ceremony. "I told [the clerk] can you check this for me please? He checks it. He doesn't even know himself and he's the store owner. I said ‘Never mind, I'll go home.'"
And go home she did.
"I went home and I told my daughter, ‘Oh I won $40,000,'" Carreiro recalled. "She's jumping off the bed too and then she calls her [sister] and says, 'Mommy won $40,000.'"
Just to be on the safe side — perhaps knowing that her mom wasn't the best with large figures — Carreiro's daughter decided to check the ticket one more time.
"She went on the computer and she checked the computer and she goes ‘Mommy, You're $40-million richer,'" Carreiro said.
After one last run to the store to verify, Carreiro called up her husband who soon thereafter quit both of his jobs.
Carreiro says she plans to distribute the cash among her three children and five grandchildren — right about she goes on a long-overdue honeymoon to Hawaii.
For a few minutes earlier this week, this HAD to be the most dangerous car in the world.
On Tuesday, cops in Mobile, Alabama pulled over 19-year-old Dandre Moore of Philadelphia, Mississippi for DOUBLE TEXTING. What's double texting? It's sending texts on TWO PHONES with both hands simultaneously.
So Moore was driving with both hands on phones, and steering with his knees. He also had four other passengers in the car . . . one of whom was a three-year-old.
And when cops searched the car, they also found DRUGS inside, including marijuana, Xanax, and oxycodone.
Moore was arrested on several drug charges.