This is under small news, cause I am so over the Rick Ross drama. This is the third awards show where he has started some kind of altercation or drama. Let’s see Rick Ross first walked out of the Soul Train Awards and refused to perform a scheduled duet with Chrisette Michelle, after he lost best Rap artist to Eminem. Chrisette Michelle was so upset by his behavior and the awards snubbed, that she chastised him publicly.
Then there was the VMAs, when Rick Ross got into words with Kreayshawn. I can’t take a 300 pound “G” seriously at ALL, beefing with Kreayshawn. I just can’t.
Here we are again, at yet another awards show and Rick Ross is upset again. This time he has beef with Jeezy over some nonsense that started a year ago. You can read the back story, plus the drama at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards at Necole Bitchie. At this point, I am convinced Rick Ross’ tantrums are publicity related. Although he has been very friendly to the site, I do not condone this behavior.
It’s so easy to start stuff when you have a security team to fight for you. Sadly, BET’s reputation is on the line. Judging from the video, this whole thing really could have gotten out of control. Check out the chaos back stage in the video below:
I’m not even sure what Snoop Dogg calls himself these days, but I do know he is defending pictures of his oldest son, Corde, lighting up. Guess who Corde is smoking out with? Yep. Snoop Lion. His father.
Snoop Lion is now defending his parenting skills, by saying that his kid is learning from the best. O_o I never judge Snoop for how he lives his life, but this right here makes me mad. Read Snoop’s philosophy on parenting when you continue below:
Man, this looks bad. This morning TMZ reported that Bobbi Kristina was involved in a pretty bad looking car accident. The car, which is a black 2012 Camaro, is the car of her boyfriend/possible fiancé/sort of adopted brother Nick Gordon.
…according to sources close to Bobbi, Nick was driving Sunday night in Alpharetta, GA … with Bobbi in the passenger seat … when the accident happened.
The details surrounding the accident are unclear, but we’re told the couple had been
Well there is always two sides to the story, and Tameka Raymond is ready to share her side with the world. In a clip of the interview with Entertainment Tonight, Tameka reveals she would have remained silent but Usher obviously wanted to go public, reference his interview with Oprah. Honestly, I cant wait to hear her side of the story. Not sure if I believe Tameka anymore than I believe Usher, but it’s nice to at least hear both sides.
Tameka’s interview with ET is not going to be as gentle as Usher’s interview with Oprah. Tameka sounds like she’s ready to put it all out there…
In what has to be one of the quickest divorces in recent history, Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada are now officially divorced, according to TMZ. Apparently a judge in Florida signed off on it early this morning.
Chad was hesitant to sign it, continuing to call Evelyn his wife on Twitter and hitting people who said otherwise with the “child please”, but last week he finally accepted the situation for what it was and signed the papers. I mean, this is REALLY quickly done. It makes me wonder if they even really officially got married down in Miami or what…hmm…but maybe it’s just me.
You can always count on a book to lead to some spilling of tea. This is the case with Wyclef Jean and his new book Purpose: An Immigrant’s Story, which was published today. According to The New York Post, Purpose takes an in-depth look at Wyclef‘s relationship with Pras and Lauryn Hill and talks about the rise and fall of their group The Fugees. On that same token, Wyclef points to the paternity of Lauryn‘s first son a major reason to why the group fell apart:
“In that moment something died between us. I was married and Lauryn and I were having an affair, but she led me to believe that the baby was mine, and I couldn’t forgive that,” Jean writes in “Purpose,” at which The Post got a first look yesterday.
The Haitian-born Jean says the betrayal by Hill led to the band’s 1997 breakup.
“She could not longer be my muse,” he wrote. “Our love spell was broken.”