There were so many things wrong with this show and everyone who attended it knows it, even down to Gorilla Zoe. Even he asked me "how did you know about this bulls***?" (And those are Alonzo's exact words)



Throughout the day, there were a series of unnecessary problems. you would think that if you're planning an event, you would recognize a potential problem and know how to solve it. I see they learned how to plan their show from the King of the Streets people.

Most of the people were turned off by the problems and the attitudes of the "promoters" and turned the Walmart parking lot across the street into a car show, until Madison 5-0 shut that down.

Here's some photos from the show

Southern thing...

No offense to the owner but after seeing the Challenger that belongs to Doc (at Grand Hustle) and the Challenger that T.I. once owned, it's almost pointless to see another one because nothing can compare. And I'm not being biased even though Doc has the LOUD Orange one, and if you don't believe me, here's Doc's Challenger



I'm not a pink girl, but I do like this shade on this car...

This'll make Camaro357 happy....









He's actually going to be a future post because the way he trains dogs is bananas....

Even Zoe saw that 90% of the show was across the street and he walked over and spent more time playing with the dogs than being on stage. Can't hate on him, he got his money.



Told you...



The silver lining that I'm speaking about is that I got to meet a lot of car enthusiasts from GA Toyz and Stuntworld and guys who aren't associated with the two. Plus I got to see Alonzo again, even though I do get to see him often in Atlanta.

P.S. If there's a second annual one, I will be the first one who would be surprised. Oh and...



Gotta love those GA Toyz guys....