Daily Archives: May 26, 2011
Hard Knock Tv’s April Bombai and Nick Huff Barili interview Havoc of the infamous Mobb Deep at Rock The Bells 2011 launch party. Havoc says that the day Prodigy got out of jail they started working on the new Mobb Deep album. Hesitant to give too many details about album he eventually says that you can expect them to collaborate with the new generation including Wiz Khalifa and Odd Future, to go with Nas and Lil Kim collaborations and maybe even Rick Ross.
Lisaraye appeared on The Wendy Williams Show this week, promoting her new VH1 scripted show “Single Ladies.” You know Wendy gotta get the scoop so of course she asked about the beef with Stacey Dash. There was word that a cat fight broke out on set between Lisaraye and Stacey Dash a few weeks back. Lisaraye addressed the beef today with Wendy. She stated that there was some words exchanged and the two have moved on and there was never any physical altercation.
Earl “DMX” Simmons is serving a year-long sentence for violating probation that began back on December 16th. X will be released early on July 1st under supervised watch until August 12th.
The judge ruled that Simmons possibly suffered from bi-polar disorder and was admitted into the Flamenco Mental Health Unit at the facility.
The multi-platinum rapper was arrested in Arizona in 2010 for his 13th incarceration. Hopefully DMX can keep himself out of the penitentiary this time. His maximum prison sentence ends on August 25th.
Standing beside his attorney, Rose pleaded guilty in district court in Bloomfield Hills to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
He faces up to 93 days in a jail, a $500 fine and court costs when he’s sentenced July 27.
Rose was arrested March 11 in neighboring West Bloomfield Township. Despite what an officer described as an odor of intoxicants on Rose’s breath and slightly blood shot eyes, Rose told police that night he didn’t have a drink and that he doesn’t drink.
However, the story was different one before Judge Kimberly Small, who asked Rose how many drinks he had leading up to the crash.
“I’m embarrassed to say I had six drinks that evening.”
A settlement has apparently been reached in the ongoing sexual misconduct lawsuits against Bishop Eddie Long.
The New Birth Missionary Baptist Church head was accused by four men of sexual misconduct and was thought to be heading to trial later this year.
Now according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution “all matters have been resolved” and the plaintiffs will not seek trial against him.
The AJC reports that Barbara Marschalk, who represents New Birth Missionary Baptist Church and LongFellows Youth Academy, said she anticipates ” the lawsuits will be dismissed, with prejudice, by close of business tomorrow.”
The attorney for the four men B.J. Bernstein, also confirmed that the lawsuits had been settled.
Bernstein’s office made sure to add that neither she nor the plaintiffs would be available for an interview “on this matter, now or in the future.”
No word on what settlement was reached.