Twista Birthday, Date of Birth

Twista

Carl Terrell Mitchell (born November 27, 1973), better known by his stage name Twista (formerly Tung Twista), is an American rapper. He is best known for his chopper style of rapping and for once holding the title of fastest rapper in the world according to Guinness World Records in 1992, being able to pronounce 598 syllables in 55 seconds.

In 1997, after appearing on Do or Die's hit single "Po Pimp", produced by The Legendary Traxster, Twista signed with Big Beat and Atlantic Records, where he released his third album Adrenaline Rush and formed the group Speedknot Mobstaz, in 1998. His 2004 album Kamikaze reached the top of the US Billboard 200 album chart, after the success of the Billboard Hot 100 #1 single "Slow Jamz".

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, November 27, 1973
Place of Birth
Chicago
Age
47
Star Sign

The November 27, 1973 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 330 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 47 years old. Your last birthday was on the Friday, November 27, 2020, 96 days ago. Your next birthday is on Saturday, November 27, 2021, in 268 days. You have lived for 17,263 days, or about 414,332 hours, or about 24,859,936 minutes, or about 1,491,596,162 seconds.

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27th of November 1973 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 27, 1973

Stereotypers Reach Tentative Accord With 2 of 3 Papers

Date: 28 November 1973

J Kennedy, pres of Stereoptypers Local 1, on Nov 27 announces that his union has reached tentative agreements with NY Daily News and NY Times but is still without settlement with NY Post; agreement is 6th settlement among 10 unions representing workers at 3 papers; Post labor relations counsel S Orenstein says that single issue is holding up agreement with stereotypers and Post is hopeful that union will agree to mediation as means of settling issue

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Boston, With Two Papers Poles Apart, Shows Journalistic Void; Question of Adequacy Problems Persist Treatment Varied Newsprint Problem Unusual Editorship

Date: 28 November 1973

By MARTIN ARNOLDSpecial to The New York Times

Comment on lack of diversified coverage of news in Boston, which currently has only 2 newspapers being published there, Boston Globe and Boston Herald American; Globe is aggresively liberal editorially and concerned about natl and internatl affairs in its news coverage, while Herald American is editorially conservative and heavily local in its news coverage; question of whether major metropolitan area can be adequately served by only 2 newspapers was raised in Sept when 2 newspapers gave different emphasis to coverage of slaying of 2 whites in city's black community; Globe editor T Winship and Herald American publisher H G Kern comment; illus of papers' mastheads

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Jaworski Office Criticized By White House on Leaks; JAWORSKI OFFICE SCORED ON LEAKS Indicted on Contributions

Date: 27 November 1973

By ANTHONY RIPLEYSpecial to The New York Times

White House on Nov 26 criticizes special Watergate prosecution force for 1st time since L Jaworski replaced A Cox as its dir; White House deputy press sec Warren cites 2 instances which he says 'might be called leaks' to press from Jaworski's office; cites acct published Nov 26 of Nov 21 meeting between Jaworski and White House attys L Garment and J F Buzhardt Jr at Jaworski's office; article, written by columnists R Evans and R Novak, describes meeting as attempt to keep special prosecutor from immediately making public discovery last wk of 18 mins of buzzing that blotted out conversation on 1 of tape recordings made in Nixon's office; Jaworski refused request

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Whose Impropriety?

Date: 28 November 1973

ed, noting criticism leveled by White House against special Watergate prosecutor L Jaworski for allegedly leaking to press information unfavorable to Pres's cause, holds complaint by White House deputy press sec Warren contains unmistakeable sugggestions of intimidation; notes nature of alleged leak concerns disclosure of 18-min gap in June 20 '72 conversation between Pres Nixon and H R Haldeman on 1 of subpoenaed White House tapes; holds Jaworski's office, far from being guilty of impropriety, merely showed that special prosecutor refused to be party to any cover-up, however temporary and for whatever purpose

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SOVIET DISSIDENT IS REPORTED TRIED; Moscow Court Said to Send Mathematician to Mental Hospital Indefinitely 2 Requests Denied Wife in Courtroom City Aides Call Dissidents

Date: 27 November 1973

By CHRISTOPHER S. WRENSpecial to The New York Times

Christopher WRENSpecial

Dissident Soviet sources rept on Nov 26 that dissident mathematician Y A Shikhanovich, who formerly taught at Moscow Univ, went on trial in absentia and was ordered committed indefinetely to mental hosp; Shikhanovich, who was held incommunicado for 14 mos, was judged not mentally competent to face formal charges of having distributed anti-Soviet literature; hearing marks latest stage of crackdown by secret police against once active clandestine journal The Chronicle of Current Events; Shikhanovich's lawyer Y Raznikov was not allowed to meet him, and her request that trial be postponed until she is able to see him is turned down by judge; Shikhanovich's wife Alevtina is allowed in courtroom but several other supporters and foreign newsmen are kept outside of bldg; dissident physicist A D Sakharov remarks to police, who barred entrance to bldg, that they are waging 'cold war against correspondents,' alluding to freezing temperature; repts that Shikhanovicb had undergone psychiatric examination after 9 mos in prison; says drs held that he 'retained' his intellectual faculties but suffered from possible slowly developing schizophrenia; Shikhanovich's friends rept that only Y Yukhnovets, unskilled worker who had been jailed for dissident activities and subsequently released, testified against witness; prosecution also reptdly quoted statements from 2 former dissidents I Belogorodskaya and P Yakir implicating Shikhanovich in distribution of anti-Soviet material; in related incident, it is disclosed that dissident historian A A Amalrik expects to serve his 3-yr sentence in prison camp in Magadan region of Soviet Far East; prominent dissident P Litvinov, grandson of former Soviet Foreign Min M Litvinov, says he has talked with Amalrik about sentence; notes that Amalrik's sentence was reduced after 117-day hunger strike during which he had to be force-fed

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A.B.C. BLACKS OUT CRIB-FIRE SCENE; Bows to Ruling by Indiana Judge, but Will Appeal

Date: 27 November 1973

By GRACE LICHTENSTEIN

Grace LICHTENSTEIN

ABC bows to Ind Judge R R Brown's ruling and agrees to black out controversial section of TV documentary on flammable materials scheduled to be seen nationwide on Nov 26; Smith Mfg Co, mfr of plastic crib which is ignited during controversial segment, sought injunction on grounds that it distorted facts and was prejudicial to concern's reputation; argue that shortened version of 10-min test into 43 secs was unfair, and rept J C Penney Co and B Altman stores withdrew crib from sale after preview; ABS spokesmen say they will carry case to Sup Ct if necessary and hope to show complete documentary 'Fire!' some time in future; feel Brown's decision is case of 'prior restraint'; Brown's jurisdiction as Jackson County Circuit Ct Judge over nationally televised program has also been questioned

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TV: Controversial 'Fire!' Is Hard-Hitting Survey

Date: 28 November 1973

By JOHN J. O'CONNOR

John O'CONNOR

J J O'Connor revs ABC News Close-Up called 'Fires!' which he says delivered shocking indictment of failure of govt and indus to establish adequate standards and regulation for fire prevention; notes that 1 segment, illustrating speed with which a Smith Mfg Co plastic crib burned, was blacked out because it is still subject of litigation; says Smith Mfg Co obtained injunction against sequence from local Ind ct; expresses regret that ABC gave into such 'prior restraint' and deleted segment pending ct decision; says it could lead to future local ct actions which could severely damage TV news coverage

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Radio; Talks, Sports, Events News Broadcasts

Date: 27 November 1973

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Radio; Talks, Sports, Events News Broadcasts

Date: 28 November 1973

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan The Other News Quotation of the Day CORRECTIONS

Date: 27 November 1973

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