Top definition. A female basketball player from rutgers university. Phrase used by a radio host that caused him to lose his job for 2 weeks. Same phrase that is used by thousands of urban speakers that no one ever cared about before the radio host used it. Phrase used by Con Men to try and extort money and fame from radio host.
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Top definition. Female basketball player at Rutgers University. They got tattoos ; those are some nappy headed hos. What can get a white guy fired from his talk show!!! Them some nappy headed hoes on the Rutgers team. Nappy Headed Hos sports. A term radio-show host Don Imus used to described the Rutgers women's basketball team. Man, those girls are rough.
Rush Limbaugh’s statement on Sandra Fluke was a textbook example of what not to say.
On-air personalities especially those of the "shock jock" genre are really raising the bar in crossing the line this month. Patrick's , DJ Star asking listeners for information where a radio rival's young daughter goes to school so he could ejaculate and pee on her - the last week has been a doozy. First the Then last Wednesday Don Imus called the Rutgers' women "nappy-headed hos" during his morning show which airs to millions of listeners on more than 70 stations nationwide as well as the MSNBC television channel. The remark went something like this:. It was completely inappropriate, and we can understand why people were offended. Our characterization was thoughtless and stupid, and we are sorry. Many are calling the apology "too little, too late". Reverend Al Sharpton is among those not turning a deaf ear.
John Donald Imus Jr. July 23, — December 27, , better known as Don Imus or simply Imus was an American radio personality, television show host, recording artist, and author. His radio show Imus in the Morning aired on various stations and digital platforms nationwide until Following Howard Stern 's success with national syndication , Imus in the Morning adopted the same model in Throughout his later career, Imus was labeled a " shock jock ". In January , Cumulus Media , in the middle of a bankruptcy process, told Imus they were going to stop paying him, and as a result, Imus ended his show.