It appears that Pauly Shore’s racist rant about black comedians was nothing more than a publicity stunt.
Snoop Dogg is trying to set up a fight between The Game and Spider Loc
Musician Sean Levert, a Cleveland native, died of natural causes just before midnight. Sean Levert, 39, is the son of legendary O’Jays lead singer Eddie Levert and the brother of late R&B superstar Gerald Levert. Sean, Gerald and Marc Gordon made up the music group Levert, which hit it big in the late 1980s with its popular song "Casanova." Sean Levert had also appeared in movies, including 1991′s "New Jack City." The hospital spokesperson said that Sean Levert’s body was immediately taken to the coroner. Cuyahoga County Coroner’s Office spokesman Powell Caesar confirms that Sean Levert’s body had been received. A story in the Chicago Sun-Times reports that Sean Levert was found dead in a Cleveland jail over the weekend. The story says that he was being held in prison for "allegedly failing to pay about $80,000 in child support." Our condolences go out to the family
by AF MissInfo.tv is reporting that Max B has been shot. His publicist Joli Adore says her client, Max, was shot twice last night. Once in the arm, once in the side. And that he fled the scene, sought medical attention but then opted to go home, rather than stay in a hospital. She emphasized the fact that he is currently in critical condition (which doesn’t seem safe or sterile). Reports say that he was robbed at a Queen used car dealership. Max denies those reports, Max (via Joli) said that the incident happened in Long Island, not Queens, and again denied that he was robbed. Max did want to assure his fans that he is alive and said, “look out for Domain Pain, the mixtape.”
by AF T.I. has plead guilty to possession of an unregistered firearm, possession of machine guns and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was sentenced to one year in jail . He will begin his sentence after completing 1000 hours of community service talking to kids about the dangers of drugs, gangs and guns.
by AF The LA Times issued an apology over the article written about the1994 attack on Tupac Shakur. The article was partially based off fabricated documents. Click to read full LA Times article
by AF A Manhattan jury has convicted Remy Ma of on four charges related to the July 14 shooting of Makeda Barnes-Joseph. She been convicted of two counts of first-degree assault, attempted coercion, and criminal possession of a weapon. Remy faces up to 25 years in prison.
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