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Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do? Martin Lawrence Confirms ‘Bad Boys 3′ Is Real.

Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do? THe critically acclaimed Theme song made by Inner Circle is the subject of some talk again now that Martin Lawrence Has announced that Bad Boys 3 is Real!

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence know a thing or two about Hollywood blockbusters and now it appears that the two funnymen will unite for a third time and complete a trilogy to their “Bad Boys” franchise.

“I believe so yes,” Lawrence told Conan O’Brien on Wednesday night after he was asked if the long-awaited “Bad Boys 3″ was a possibility.

The original “Bad Boys” paired Smith and Lawrence as two smart-aleck detectives who take down a drug cartel; it was released in 1995 and spawned a sequel eight years later in 2003. Both films were directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

“I just talked to Jerry yesterday and he said it’s real,” Lawrence confirmed. “They’re working on a script, they’re getting close and it all looks good.”

Relatives of businessman slain in Jamaica angry at £3000 bill for body

Relatives of Keith Murrain, a UK businessman who was abducted and killed in Jamaica in July, are angry about having to find nearly £3000 to fly his body to Birmingham, England for burial.

According to the Birmingham Mail, Jamaican authorities refused to release the 54-year-old’s body unless the family handed over the money.

Community leaders in Birmingham are angry about having to find the £2,750 needed to fly the body back and believe that the consulate and commission are responsible for assisting nationals in repatriation to the UK.

Community campaigner Desmond Jaddoo said, “I believe if you are killed in Kingston and you are black, there is an assumption you are Jamaican.” Read more

Veteran reggae band Third World (@ThirdWorldBand) plays Wild Buffalo

Celebrating 40 years, Third World – one of the longest-lived reggae bands and one of Jamaica’s most crossover acts among international audiences – will play at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, at Wild Buffalo, 208 W. Holly St.

Mixing in elements of rhythm and blues, funk, pop, rock and, later on, dancehall and rap, Third World’s style has been described as “reggae-fusion.”

Band guitarist Cat Coore said of their music: “The hybrid of various types of music is a natural thing because, by growing up in Jamaica, we know the direct roots of reggae and ska. At the same time we live in a country where you get to hear Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and all the R&B artists.”

Cover is $15.