Future drops part 3 to his Documentary. In this session he’s telling his story how he built his buzz through the strip clubs in Atlanta.
G-Unit’s Young Buck is still warming up the streets. He drops off a video for ‘Let Me See It.’
Here’s what TMZ reported this morning:
Young Thug was taken down by the U.S. Marshals Wednesday morning after allegedly threatening to kill a mall cop.
Law enforcement sources tell us, security at a Georgia mall asked Thug to leave … it’s unclear why. The guards were escorting the rapper out of the mall when he allegedly said he was going to shoot one of them in the face.
At that point the real cops were called.
Thug left before cops arrived and a warrant was issued for his arrest. The incident occurred last week, but it took until today for U.S. Marshals to track him down at a home outside the ATL and hook him up.
Y.T. is currently at the Dekalb County Jail.
Future comes back today with his 2nd installment of “Like I Never Left.” Listen as he details his journey through the music business.
Here’s the first look at Future’s new documentary “Like I Never Left!” His ‘DS2’ album drops on Friday.
50 Cent just filed docs claiming he doesn’t have two quarters to his name.
50 Cent’s lawyers filed for personal bankruptcy on Monday — the same day he was called to testify about his finances in a lawsuit brought by a woman whose sex tape he posted online.
The filing in Connecticut Bankruptcy Court says he has $10 million to $50 million in assets, and $10 million to $50 million in debt — a figure that’s likely to grow quickly.
A jury awarded Lastonia Leviston $5 million in damages for emotional distress and violation of her civil rights last week, and is set to weigh punitive damages against the rapper this week.
Check out Foxy Brown at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival.
Watch the video below.
Watch Drake’s “Energy” video below.
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