Friday, 28 January 2011

Crazy Woman Sues Diddy For $900 Billion; Accuses Mogul Of Knocking Down World Trade Center

A woman has filed a lawsuit against Sean "Diddy" Combs, accusing the Hip-Hop mogul of a variety of bizarre charges, including knocking down the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. posted the outrageous lawsuit, which was filed by a woman named Valerie Joyce Wilson Turks, who accuses Diddy, his longtime girlfriend Kim Porter and LAPD victim Rodney King of being responsible for the collapse of the World Trade Center.

"[Diddy] went through Kim Porter and Rodney King and knocked down the WTC and then they all came and knocked my children down," Turks claims in the lawsuit. "Set me up to be on disability and disabled my baby. he put my baby in a wheelchair," the lawsuit reads.

The lawsuit also accuses Diddy, who raked in $30 million dollars in 2010, of stealing the woman's "chip" at a Casino in Mississippi.

“Plus I won a lot of money at the casino in Mississippi and Sean P. Diddy Combs has my chip to my money. I heard he gave it to Gwen Allen to hold but she can not cash it in," Turks complained. "I want my chip please help me. it's well worth over 100 zillions of dollars, and my hospital keys. They put me and my baby in the hospital and broke my baby 2 legs and sexual assaulted my children and crushed us."

The woman seeks $900 billion dollars in child support and $100 billion dollars for loss of income.

A hearing date has been set for Monday, January 31st.

In related news, Diddy has been tapped to play a detective on the updated version of the classic television show "Hawaii Five-0." Diddy plays a New York

Detective named "Reggie Williams," who comes to Honolulu to get even with thugs who have wronged his family.

According to reports, Diddy is currently undergoing weapons training with a Navy S.E.A.L. in preparation for the role.

Monday, 24 January 2011

50 Cent Takes Credit For Shutting Down

 Rapper 50 Cent sent a tweet out to his 3,888,543 million followers and took credit for shutting down popular urban website,

The site went down without warning earlier today (January 24th).

Just moments ago, 50 Cent took to Twitter and took credit for the site's disruption, squashing rumors that the site was seized by Homeland Security, like several other websites in November of 2010.

"I don't know why people underestimate me. I just shut down WORLDSTAR for future advertising contact suckers lol," 50 Cent tweeted. "I put worldstar to bed, you don't believe try me I will shut your sh*t down. Lol."

In November of 2009, 50 Cent filed a lawsuit against the website, claiming his image and content was used on the website without permission.

“I have lawyers on retainers and I have to pay them so much money anyway, so we’ll go back and forth to court until (they) can’t afford a Subway sandwich,” 50 Cent said in 2009. “It’s already too late for (them).”

Q, the owner of appeared on Angie Martinez' Hot 97's moments ago and denied that 50 Cent was behind the website going down.

According to Q, the website is down due to technical difficulties, not because of lawsuit 50 Cent has pending. Nor has agents for the FBI or Homeland Security shut down the website.

"It's a technical difficulty, not Homeland Security," Q told Angie Martinez. "It's not a hacker, it's more less like some difficulties with the site itself as far as our server. We constantly have to upgrade. We've been down before, the most was 8 months. We got hacked last year, or other times we've had problems before. It should be up shortly. I see 50 cent put my # out there. But shout out to 50 Cent, it's great promo. We missed a message, but my technical team is on it. It should be back on shortly. I don't want to put a timeline on it, but it's should be back up in about 24 hours."

Q, who said he's been an associate of 50 Cent's close affiliate DJ Whoo Kid since 1999, has blamed the entire ordeal and lawsuit on a personal miscommunication between himself and 50 Cent.

According to 50 Cent,  more websites will shut down this week.

"I predict 2 more web sites will shut down this week. Take a guess who they are. I'm sick of the hate I'm to strong," 50 Cent tweeted.

Thursday, 20 January 2011

Tupacs New Film Cast Details Revealed

The cast of the upcoming Tupac Shakur biopic film have leaked online, and the film will feature appearances from former Death Row Records owner Suge Knight and actress Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Knight and Pinkett-Smith's roles will feature them during their youth.
Suge Knight: Early 30s, an enormous, intimidating, larger-than-life man with a stone countenance, never seen without his jewel-encrusted Death Row medallion or his thuggish bodyguards (all of whom are members of the Bloods), he's the CEO of Death Row Records. At times a fearsome figure, and at other times a paternal, calming presence, Suge is proud of his authentic history. Jada Pinkett: Long before she met and married Will Smith, Jada Pinkett was a classmate of Tupac's at the Baltimore School of the Arts. A regal, stunning young woman (seen from the ages of 17 to early 20s), she puts Tupac in his place for altering some of Hamlet's lines in a school production. She encourages and supports his poetry, and tells him he was put on earth to change things. (Movie Hole)
An official film synopsis has also been revealed.
"The rise and fall of Tupac Shakur is chronicled, from his days attending the Baltimore School of the Arts as a teenager, to his decision to leave his mother's dead-end life behind and embrace the Thug Life in California, to his wild success as a rapper and his dangerous war against the East Coast scene. A true poet who was waylaid by fame's trappings, his earliest ambition was to change the world and make a difference in people's lives, and before his tragic murder in Las Vegas in 1996, that's exactly what 2Pac did..." (Cinema Blend)
The movie project is reportedly set to begin filming this spring.
Antoine Fuqua's long-gestating Tupac Shakur bio-picture is April. Morgan Creek has it. Is there a leading man yet? George Tillman's Biggie Smalls movie, Notorious, turned out terrific, though it wasn't a big money maker. Casting Biggie was certainly tougher than finding somebody to play Tupac from age 17-25. Tupac died in 1996, so how commercially viable he'd be in a big screen bio remains to be tested. His legacy is secure, but will the kids come to a movie about him? (Orlando Sentinel)
Currently, Training Day director Antoine Fuqua is slated to direct the film.
"It looks like we're doing Tupac Shakur's movie next in September, that's what I've been starting up and working on now," he said. "I've been working on that for a while with Morgan Creek and Jim Robinson. I just got the greenlight from him and we're going in September. I've just started to prep that." Fuqua added that he is hoping to find an unknown actor to portray the iconic hip-hop star, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996. "That's the goal, I want to discover someone new," he explained. "I want to discover a lot of new people if I can. Obviously I'm going to have to put some people in it that you know, just because actors have different skills. I want to go to the streets and find him anywhere he might be in the world." (Digital Spy)

Tuesday, 18 January 2011


What's up with that?! On Wikipedia (not the most reliable source), Dr/ Dre's album is listed as coming out in February. But, I had already told you that that wasn't happening. So, now Dre says the Detox album is coming on April 20. Oddly enough, that is a Wednesday so maybe Dre meant 4/19/11. Or maybe he meant never. But, the reason the album hasn't come so close to dropping is because the damn album isn't finished, my sources tell me. Producers are still vying for spots on the most anticipated album ever.

Monday, 17 January 2011

Lil Wayne's Twitter Account Hacked, Shocking Messages Sent To Millions Of Fans

Lil Wayne became the latest victim of hackers on Twitter earlier today (January 16th), when his account was compromised by an unknown individual.
As soon as the individual gained access to Wayne's account, the rapper's original name of "@liltunechi" was changed to "@LilChinetu" and a series of tweets started going out to Wayne's 1,268,468 followers.
The first message questionable message went out to 50 Cent, but the hacker soon directed his insults to Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy.
"I sent a donations to your paypal, check it, I heard you got 13,000 sales lil homie, i feel bad for you! #DamnSoulja"
Soon, the hacker started slandering Lil Wayne himself.
"The real reason I made 6'7 is cuz that's how tall the ni**a in rikers was that raped me," the individual tweeted about Lil Wayne to the shock of his fans.
"I went an entire year with kissing baby #withdrawls," the next message read.
As of press time, the individual is still tweeting from Lil Wayne's account.
Here are some of the tweets sent out from Lil Wayne's account:

@thegame you still owe me money for that My Life joint, how your family crip but you blood

@JOEYCRACKTS you fat ass n***a it on when i see you Why

@thegame mad his album never coming out while nicki is platinum

@grouchygreg asked me for a reach around over the amillie beat If

@KillaCham can hack @KanyeWest, how come

@drakkardnoircan't hack @LilTunechi?? And @tyga mom still in the hood? wtf my n***a

Friday, 14 January 2011

G-Dep Pleads Not Guilty To Murder After Confession

 Harlem, New York rapper G-Dep appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday (January 13th), where he pleaded not guilty to murdering a man 17-years-ago during a botched robbery in New York.

The plea comes after G-Dep walked into the 25th precinct and admitted to shooting John Henkel in October of 1993.

G-Dep said he confessed as part of a drug rehabilitation program, but he did not know his victim had died from the gunshot wounds.

According to his lawyer Anthony Ricco, the not-guilty plea was a procedural step, so that G-Dep's confession to police could be scrutinized, because he was most likely under the influence of drugs at the time admitted to the murder.

His lawyer stated that G-Dep's drug of choice over the years was PCP, a powerful hallucinogenic.

G-Dep, born Trevell Coleman, faces 25 years to life in prison over the murder. The rapper is being held without bail.

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

50 Cent May Face SEC Investigation for Stock Tweets

50 Cent may see himself in front of the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) over some stock advice he gave out to his 3.8 million twitter followers.
As previously reported, the hip-hop mogul earned close to $8.7 million in his latest investment, H&H Imports, which owns TV Goods—the company that owns the marketing rights to the Queens rapper’s Sleek by 50 Cent headphones. Many believe the interest was generated by Fif’s tweets. ““You can double your money right now. Just get what you can afford” and “They are no joke get in now.”
According to the New York Post, 50′s involvement helped the HNHI stock jump from $0.10 per share at the market’s opening yesterday to $0.39 per share when it closed; the spike translated to an $8.7 million earning for Fif, who owns 30 million shares.
“There are very strict guidelines as to what a person can do in terms of possibly manipulating the value of a stock,” financial expert and 60-Minute Money Workout author Ellie Kay told FOX411. “I don’t think it would be a huge surprise to anyone if 50 Cent were investigated for what he did.”
“We can neither confirm nor deny” an investigation is taking place, a SEC rep told Fox News. 50 Cent has yet to comment on the situation, but his tweets in question have been removed. They have been replaced with this: “HNHI is the right investment for me it may or may not be right for u! Do ur homework,” as well as, “I own HNHI stock thoughts on it are my opinion. Talk to financial advisor about it.” —Elan Mancini

Saturday, 8 January 2011

Notorious B.I.G. Murder Case Reopened

Several new leads are being investigated…

The investigation into Notorious B.I.G.'s death has been reopened.
A police source told CNN that the 13-year-old case was “reinvigorated” several months ago after new details on the murder came to light. A task force made up of Los Angeles Police Department detectives and FBI officers are looking at several new leads, the source confirmed.
Biggie Smalls’ mother’s lawyer said the family were "greatly pleased with any advancement" in the unsolved case. "Their number one concern has always been the resolution of the criminal investigation," he said.
A lawsuit filed by Biggie’s family in 2002 has been put on hold at the request of the LAPD, after they feared it would interfere with their new enquires.
The Hypnotize rapper was shot and killed while being driven away from a music industry party in Los Angeles in March 1997. No arrests were made but it’s thought the murder was due to the East Coast/West Coast rap feud and payback for Tupac’s murder six months earlier. Tupac was killed when a gunman opened fire on a car being driven by Death Row Records boss Suge Knight in Las Vegas in September 1996.

Friday, 7 January 2011

T.I. Reprimanded In Prison Over Sexual Act With Tiny

T.I. was reprimanded in prison, after security guards caught the Atlanta rapper engaged in a sexual act with his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Cottle.

The rap star is serving a year-long sentence at Arkansas State Prison for violating the terms of his previous probation, stemming from an incident in September of 2010, when he and his wife were busted for possession of ecstasy in Los Angeles.

According to, guards caught T.I. and Tiny engaged in the sexual act during regular visiting hours at the prison, which adheres to strict guidelines when it comes to prisoners and visitors.

As a result of their sexual escapade,  T.I. was sent to a "Special Housing Unit" for an undetermined amount of time.

Thursday, 6 January 2011

Ras Kass Claims Game Was "Kissing My Ass In Club Bathroom"

West Coast rapper Ras Kass has come clean and revealed what allegedly took place during a club fight against rap rival Game over New Year's Eve weekend in Los Angeles.
According to Ras, the Black Wall Street rapper initially showed love to him despite their past problems.
Apparently, the two spitters ran into each other in the bathroom prior to the scuffle. Says Ras Kass, "He was saying, 'Hey, what's up?' and kissing my a**. If he had a problem with me, he could have talked to me in the bathroom. Game's stories never add up. When you cross-examine him just ask him didn't ya'll see each other in the bathroom?" The tension escalated in the club when allegedly Game had an issue with a friend of Ras Kass. "I was telling my boy like, 'not in here, let's not do this here,'" he said. "I'm not going to be responsible for f*cking up a New Years Eve's party. I already told him I'm not trippin' off you in here. Then I said you lied the first time." Ras Kass was referring to the last time the rappers clashed back in September, which resulted in a few diss tracks. (XXL Mag)
Kass also admitted he sustained a surprise face shot from Game prior to the rapper escaping the scene.
After a few words, Ras Kass says Game threw a punch and ran. "He's stuck on stupid," Kass said. "He knows we have pictures. He punched and then ran behind a pool table. You don't call the police. There was no knockout. No one even got a bruise. He came around through the back and he called the police. He got me in the nose. Then he ran and I socked his friend. Game is about 6'4. I'm 5'6. Throw a punch and fight me. Don't throw a punch and run. He's a runner. He's a trackstar. " (XXL Mag)
After Ras initially announced the fight took place on New Year's Day, Game responded to the accusations 72 hours later.
"Gave Rass Kass a 2-piece nugget meal in da club da otha night. He went down n da 1st round like last time. Same soft chin, Different clothes," Game tweeted January 3.
"When will they learn. Game: goodlookin right hook, u dazed dat n!gga. Right hook: it wasnt nuttin blood, he soft ! Left hook: what about me ? Game: we aint need u." (Game's Twitter)
Game previously discussed a physical altercation he had with Kass around December 2006.
"Aint nobody hit that dude but me, he's crazy talking about 30 people," Game explained in an interview. "I never had beef and never met Ras Kass, unless it was a quick exchange saying hello. He talked about my son by name. You can say what you want about me, but what does my son got to do with it? I seen the n*gga in the club. I walked up to him in the club and it was my man's birthday, so I didn't want to mess up his party. When the lights came on, at the end I asked him about the freestyle. He said it wasn't nothing, but he started in on that 'it's whatever I'm Ras Kass and I punched him in the face before he could finish...Ras Kass' career is over, I ended it with that one punch last night."


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