I’ve never watched the Real & Chance show. The whole thing is just like a big joke to me and it’s not funny at all. It just makes them look like clowns and lets be real the ladies are only there to do something strange for a little change (shouts to Mike Epps). With that being said apparently Chance, whose now down with TI????? … has a problem with Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
“50 cent you a b***h n***a when you seen me at the vma 09 it was all fun and games. N*gga when i left out that b***h i heard you was talkin sour n*gga yo career is ova n*gga i heard ya lil b****h a$$ diss record that s**twas wack. All i gotta say is you done f**k up n*gga you wanted beef b***h a$$ n*gga you done found it sucker ass n*gga you think yo song was something n*gga. Imma have yo hoe ass cryin…Ya im done talkin yall look out for my diss single coming soon im out this b***h grand hustle all day for you weak ass n***as”
Thats a lot of tough talk for a dude who almost got thrashed by a guy named “Punk”… LMAO… No one is taking dude serious it’s obviously a cry for attention but I wonder if 50 will entertain this?? We know how he likes embarrassing people and this one is sooooo easy.
I heard that Jim Jones may have had some issues last week when his pricey Bentley was somehow crashed. According to my rumor, Jim quite possibly had a driver of some sort that may have lost control of the vehicle and resulted in a wreck. I didn’t really hear of any injuries so I am going to assume that Jim Jones is good to go…hopefully he had insurance.
In a 2008 networth scan, Ja Rule had a networth estimated at nearly 90 million. Ja Rule was the executive producer for his highest selling CDs to date. Ja Rule has sold 35 million records worldwide and from 2000-2002 he was the world’s fastest selling rapper and the highest paid as well. Ja Rule along with his former group, The Cash Money Click, settled with a $45 million dollar claim in the crew’s unreleased material handeled by TVT Records, Ja getting a costly $38 million of the stake. From his small appearences in 14 movies, 5 of those box office hits, Ja Rule has made an estimated $16.2 million. Ja Rule also teamed up with Irv Gotti in 2004 and created the urban clothing line ErvingGeoffery, which sells fairly well in the big city market. Other money making attributes include Ja Rule’s alcoholic beverage Momo Mojito and the very profitable L.I.F.E. Foundation, which schools over 2,500 students in New York, Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, and Dallas. Ja Rule lives in a $1.2 million dollar home in Saddle River, New Jersey and also owns 2 multi-million dollar mansions in California and owns a $3.5 million dollar mansion in Miami. Ja Rule makes an estimated $7.5 million in touring in Europe and Asia, where he has an extremely strong fanbase.
Christina Aguilera overcame the childhood pain she suffered at the hands of an abusive father by channelling her emotions into music. The Beautiful hitmaker has opened up about her violent father Fausto in a new TV documentary, admitting that the U.S. army sergeant made life hell for her, her mother and sister Rachel.
She tells E!, “I witnessed a lot of unpleasant things – a lot of pushing and shoving and fighting and quarrelling. Growing up I did not feel safe. Feeling powerless is the worst feeling in the world. I turned to singing as an outlet. The pain at home is where my love for music came from.”
Aguilera’s mother, Shelly, describes the extent of the abuse in the documentary, recalling one horrific incident when she found a four-year-old Aguilera with blood dripping from her chin.
The singer’s mother says, “I scooped her up and said, ‘Oh my God. What’s wrong?’ She told me, ‘Daddy wanted to take a nap and I made too much noise.’” Aguilera’s mother eventually fled from her violent husband, taking her daughters to live with their grandmother.
Her father has since begged forgiveness but the pop star has no desire to have a relationship with him, adding, “I let him back into my life briefly but I soon realised that he is not necessary in my life.”
According to the NY Post, a cousin of the rapper Common died after being knocked off his motorbike in a collision with a bicycle in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, on Friday night, cops said.
Ajile Turner, 38, was hit by the bicycle as it turned off Greene Avenue onto Washington Avenue.
The cyclist, Julian Miller, 45, who lived on Washington Avenue, also died.
“Ajile was a good guy,” said his friend, DJ JS-1. “Everybody liked him. He was a world traveler, he helped a lot of people out and he was everybody’s friend. That’s why this is such a shame.”
Turner, who lived on Cumberland Street, had been riding the Kawasaki bike east on Greene Avenue when the collision happened at 10:45 p.m., cops said.
AP reports “A man scrawling graffiti inside a downtown subway station pulled out a gun and began shooting when confronted by police Friday, killing at least two people and wounding five before being shot and subdued by officers”
Stephon Marbury is back in front of a camera so nothing less than complete foolishness can be expected. He goes on attack against Jay-Z for making reference to Stephon being robbed in the song ”Excuse Me Again” that was released about 6-7 years ago..