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Yves Mondesir, Whoo Kid's, Controversial Minimalist Style

Yves Mondesir is a Haitian hip-hop-rap DJ, who goes by the name Whoo Kid, and whose trademark "Whoooooo Kiiiiiid", graces all his mixtapes. He was born in Brooklyn and raised in Queens Village, New York. He has a long discography of mixtapes, dating back to 2000, beginning with his hosted re-mix of "50 Cent Is the Future".

He has produced his mixtapes under several record labels: G-Unit, Shady Ville Entertainment, Money Management Group, and Dream Big Ventures. Artists he has recorded mixtapes for, include rap and hip-hop acts 50 Cent, Eminem, Snoop Dog, Wyclef Jean, and Young Jeezy.

Whoo Kid's controversial mixing style has one music critic complaining his mixtapes are so simplistic. Therefore he can issue them on a weekly basis. By definition, re-mixes as they are also referred to, layer parts of other artist tracks to create an original sound, often with a motif.

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A radio Host said: "I am HIV Negative because I don't mess with Haitian Women"

This is the latest insult on the Haitian community. A Radio host in New York city said on the air that: "The reason I am HIV Negative is because I don't mess with Haitian Women". The DJ who made the joke is Luis Diaz, a controversial radio host at radio station HOT 97 in Manhattan.

Many leaders in the Haitian community gathered outside of the studio of radio station HOT 97 to protest the comment made by Radio host Luis Diaz, with his personality name: DJ Cipha.

Later, the DJ apologized for his comments; however the leaders of the Haitian community in New York refused to accept his apology and demanded that he be removed from the radio station, according to

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