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Submitted by xtheownerzx 898d ago | interview

Xzibit Interview At CES 2013 “Trinidad James VS Justin Bieber” In New Def Jam Game?

GamerFitNation: This year at International CES 2013 it seems the recurring theme was headphones, headsets, and audio. Monster being one of the most commercialized headphone brands on the planet were not going to be outdone by a bunch of cheap knockoffs. That is why at CES 2013, monster made an announcement that only the former pimp your ride expert could make. In a partnership between EA and Monster, they are now creating brand new gaming headsets that’s giving gamers and trash talking enthusiasts the chance to hear all the smack that you are you going to be talking with high quality sound. (Audio, Gadgets, Gaming, Monster Cable)

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Speed-Racer  +   899d ago
Oh, that was Xzibit! We saw him but we weren't 100% sure.
adorie  +   897d ago
I've met him at a Marijuana dispensary near Encino, CA. He's a very short, lol. But he's a nice guy.
SilentNegotiator  +   897d ago
I know there's a good "Yo Dawg!" joke in their somewhere....

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