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During an interview for MTV, 50 Cent originally told that there were plans to make an animated music video for "Crack a Bottle", which was to be shot along with a music video for 50 Cent's song "I Get It In".[11] On February 25, Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg posted on his blog a still frame from the music video illustrating a homeless person holding a bottle wrapped in a brown bag. According to Rosenberg, it is directed by Syndrome and was planned to be released within a couple of weeks.[19] The music video was playing on TV in Eminem's music video "3 a.m.", which has been directed by Syndrome as well. On May 7, 2009, an unfinished version of the video was released via TheRelapse.com, featuring Eminem's verse and chorus. Later during the same day, 50 Cent's rapped verse of the video was released via ThisIs50.com as well. This was added to the unfinished video on therelapse.com. A month later, on June 7, 2009, Cashis posted a link on Twitter to the full video in which he makes a cameo appearance. The music video portrays each rappers' style; Eminem's chaotic style, Dr. Dre's West Coast style, and 50 Cent's more club oriented style. None of the performers are featured in the video. On August 1, 2022, the official music video was released on YouTube after 13 years.




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Crackabottle is an established Wines & Spirits online store which is owned and operated by Dionysus Asia Sdn Bhd based in Malaysia since 2017. When it is time for a celebration, Crackabottle is the first to come to mind to make your moments a memorable one. Being a leading Wine & Spirit supplier in a very competitive industry, we have been rigorously selected wines from the finest producers that apart from offering the best quality, Its the unique personalities at a very reasonable price from all over the world.


Every bottle sold by Crackabottle has been personally handpicked and has its own story to tell as we believe that it is always beyond just wine. We are also committed to supplying Wines & Spirits to restaurants, hotels and premium retail shops and more as we have our own logistics and warehousing networks with hubs right here in the city center. We also go beyond specializing in getting our fine wines & spirits delivered to our customers faster and more efficiently than anyone else. Crackabottle has always been more than just another wine shop, we sincerely aim to exceed all expectations with only the best and genuine products. Be it a quiet dinner date or a massive celebration, we are always here for you.


The music video begins with a homeless woman holding onto a bottle of alcohol that eventually opens up to reveal another world. In it, a man is seen scribbling on walls and seeing double while another is restrained in a chair. Also in the video is people getting tattoos in a smoky parlour and vignettes of debauchery.


The video opens with a homeless woman seated on the ground next to a shopping cart filled with her possessions. The woman experiences a maniacal fit before reaching out for a paper bag that conceals a 40-ounce bottle of liquor. Once the bottle is free from the bag, it splits open to reveal an apartment building and the camera zooms in on room 313 -- which also happens to be Detroit's area code.


When 50's verse ends, the camera pulls all the way back to the woman from the beginning of the video. She reaches for the bottle but finds that it's empty. For good measure, she tosses the bottle, smashing it into pieces.


The music video features an unhoused woman holding onto a bottle of alcohol that eventually opens up to reveal an ominous series of rooms: a cell-like room, tattoo parlor, and club. Eminem, Dr. Dre, nor 50 Cent make an appearance in the video.


The footage starts with a high homeless woman screaming while holding onto a bottle of liquor. Once it is opened, it reveals another world. There is a man scribbling on walls and seeing double while another is tied up in a chair. As the clip transitions, there are people getting tattoos in a smoky parlor and vignettes of debauchery.


So crack a bottle, let your body waddleDon't act like a snobby modelYou just hit the lottoUh oh uh oh, bitches hopping in my TahoeGot one riding shotgun and no not one of them got glovesNow where's the rubbers? Whose got the rubbers?I noticed there's so many of them and there's really not that manyOf usLadies love us and my posse's kicking up dustIt's on till the break of dawn and we're starting this party fromDusk


So crack a bottle, let your body waddleDon't act like a snobby modelYou just hit the lottoUh oh uh oh, bitches hopping in my TahoeGot one riding shotgun and no not one of them got glovesNow where's the rubbers? Whose got the rubbers?I noticed there's so many of them and there's really not that many of usLadies love us and my posse's kicking up dustIt's on till the break of dawn and we're starting this party fromDusk


So crack a bottle, let your body waddleDon't act like a snobby modelYou just hit the lottoUh oh uh oh, bitches hopping in my TahoeGot one riding shotgun and no not one of them got glovesNow where's the rubbers? Whose got the rubbers?I noticed there's so many of them and there's really not that many of usLadies love us and my posse's kicking up dustIt's on till the break of dawn and we're starting this party from dusk


It's bottle after bottleThe money ain't a thang when you party with meIt's what we into, it's simpleWe ball out of control like you wouldn't believeI'm the napalm, the bomb, the Don, I'm King KongGet rolled on, wrapped up and reigned onI'm so calm through Vietnam, ring the alarmBring the Chandon, burn marajuaun do what you want


In an action against the owner of a retail store from whom the plaintiff purchased a bottle of carbonated beverage which broke in the plaintiff's hand, causing injury, while she was opening it with a bottle opener, the allowance of a motion by the manufacturer of the bottle for a directed verdict with regard to a third-party warranty claim by the owner of the store against the manufacturer was error where the evidence tended to exclude the possibility that either the plaintiff or an employee of the store owner had mishandled the bottle, and where the evidence warranted an inference that the bottle contained a latent defect when the manufacturer delivered it to the store owner. [121-122]


SPIEGEL, J. In this action of tort and contract the plaintiff sought to recover for injuries she sustained when "a bottle of carbonated beverage purchased at Najjar's retail store broke in her hand as she was handling it at home." [Note 1] Najjar, doing business as Westland Food Shop, then entered a third-party writ and declaration (G. L. c. 231, Section 4B) against Canada Dry Corporation (Canada Dry) alleging, inter alia, that if the plaintiff prevailed against him for breach of an implied warranty of fitness, then Canada Dry would be liable to him for damages for breach of its implied warranty in selling the bottle to him. After the evidence had been presented, Najjar filed a motion for a directed verdict. This motion was denied subject to Najjar's exception. Najjar, however, in his brief concedes that the evidence was sufficient to go to the jury on the question of breach of implied warranty of fitness. Therefore, this exception is deemed waived. Canada Dry filed a motion for a directed verdict in regard to Najjar's third-party action against it, which was allowed subject to Najjar's exception.


We summarize the evidence most favorable to Najjar. The plaintiff, a seventy year old widow, lived next door to Najjar's food shop. On April 29, 1965, she went to Najjar's store and ordered a bottle of Cott diet ginger ale. One Julie Benjamin, an employee at the store, replied that she did not have Cott but did have Canada Dry low calorie ginger ale, which the plaintiff agreed to take. Miss Benjamin then took a bottle of Canada Dry from a cooler where it was standing up with other bottles of tonic. It was not in a six-pack container but was standing


loose. She carried the bottle to the counter, placed it in a bag, gave it to the plaintiff, and accepted payment. The bottle did not strike or hit anything while being handled by her prior to being given to the plaintiff. Miss Benjamin observed the bottle while it was in her possession and did not see any crack in the neck of the bottle. It appeared normal to her.


The plaintiff took the bottle to her apartment and put it on the table. While she was opening the bottle with ordinary force with a bottle opener, the neck of the bottle broke and she sustained a serious cut on her hand. Prior to breaking, the bottle had not struck or hit anything while being handled by the plaintiff. She observed the bottle prior to the accident and did not notice anything unusual.


In April of 1965, Najjar had purchased for resale soft drinks from Canada Dry, Cott, Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola and 7-Up. He would place an order with Canada Dry and it would deliver bottles to him by truck once a week. Canada Dry personnel would bring them into the store on "two-wheelers" and stack them up in the back room. The bottles would be packaged in "wooden cases with cardboard packs containing four six packs." Najjar paid for what he purchased from Canada Dry. Before April, 1965, he had purchased bottles of ginger ale from Canada Dry similar to the bottle which injured the plaintiff. Prior to the sale of bottles, Najjar or his employees "would take them out of the racks in the back room and put them in the refrigerator, a dry refrigerator with sliding doors on top of the unit; . . . [Najjar] would take a couple of six packs out of the back room, holding the packs by a handle on top, and walk with them out to the front and place them in the refrigerator; . . . some customers would walk in, slide open the refrigerator case, and pick out tonic for themselves, while others would ask for tonic and . . . [Najjar], or his employees, would go and get it for them." 041b061a72


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