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Now, news reports are indicating that hip-hop producer, Dallas Austin, allegedly possessed marijuana.   He allegedly aroused suspicion when, after first going through airport security upon arrival, he went back to retrieve something he had forgotten on the plane.  Sources say any cocaine in Austin’s possession must have been a trace residue in a borrowed traveling bag.

Foreign countries are extremely harsh regarding drug penalties.  A military friend said, when he was on the plane enroute to Singapore, the flight attendant announced, if any of the passengers were carrying drugs, the penalty could result in death.  Also, a European woman was allegedly held in Dubai for eight weeks in 2005 after testing positive for prescription drugs codeine and temazepam although one of the drugs was prescribed to her at the ‘Dubai airport clinic.’  Over the counter U.S. drugs and even poppy seeds can result in a 4-15 year prison sentence in Dubai.

Monte Carlo was once the billionaire enclave for the super wealthy. A hamburger in Monte Carlo is $39 dollars and a can of Coca-Cola is $29. You also have to pay an outrageous fee just to enter some casinos, whether you gamble or not. But now, Dubai is giving Monte Carlo some serious competition. It is an extravagant wonderland.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell is very well connected in Dubai.   With royal families, sheiks, billionaire playboys and high-level politicians. She’s also treated like a queen in Dubai. Naomi is lavished with gifts and she is always invited to yacht parties.

We have a large fan base in Dubai, the people are nice and the country is breathtaking. Dubai has the only 7-star hotel in the world, “Burj Al Arab,” (is where the celebrities stay). This hotel is also the world’s most luxurious and the world’s tallest.   The ceilings are gold, the floors are gold and every fixture in the hotel is gold.

The hotel’s helicopter transports VIP guests from the airport to the hotel’s helipad. The Royal Suites are $10,000 per night. These suites have their own private elevators and 29 phones are included in each suite.  The bathrooms are paved with statuario marble, the same stone used by Michaelangelo to create masterpieces.  The staff come from many countries and speaks 15 languages.  This hotel also has its own exclusive beach. The cheapest room (absolute bare minimum) is $1,000 per night.

Dubai is so rich, royals book ‘A-list,’ R&B talent to perform for $1 million dollars per performance. Lamborghini’s, Rolls Royces, Maserati’s and Ferrari’s are as common as the sky being blue.

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