Endera, 25, the subway victim, said he was disgusted by the people who filmed the incident. O'Denat said he thinks it's stupid that viewers of his website would make or film a fight in order to get on the website, but can't be held responsible for those who do. For O'Denat, that translates to significant income. In the future, he hopes to create a media empire, including original programming, shows and signed artists with the same World Star sensibility. You've already made it an image," he said. Either way, the highlights make ideal video for World Star Hip Hop, which is a YouTube-like video website where users submit amateur videos that are then selected by the site's staff for publication.
Emmalynn. Age: 26.
Christine O'Brien, spokeswoman of the Philadelphia Police Department, said World Star and similar sites have helped detectives zero in on suspects quickly just from watching the videos.
Jayla. Age: 27.
World Star Hip Hop Provides Home for Fights, Sex and Violence
While crime has actually gone down in the past 15 years, the media's widespread portrayal of it makes it seem like it's more pervasive, he said. But crime pays in most of these cases; the website nets about million impressions a month, according to its founder, Lee "Q" O'Denat, who started the site as a way to share lesser-known rap music but now envisions a World Star media empire. We'll notify you here with news about. We're covering what's out there. It's similar to people wanting to watch Jerry Springer.