I honestly had heard that they may be working something out, but I really didn't care. But, this is just what is happening. TMZ reported that his begging has not moved her to take him back, which I find interesting. I actually have an opinion on that and I'm thinking begging works wonders. Well, I can't lie – I kinda hated on their relationship like the truly unhappy individual that I am. Thicke wasn't good enough for Paula and Paula was a lil' too ditzy for him hahaha! I'm just playing. Hopefully they work out.
And after seeing this picture, I had to shame myself for hating.
It looks like when Sean "Diddy" Combs said "I told you that we won't stop" he was dead serious.Bloomberg reports the Hip Hop mogul is looking to expand his media empire to include the music cable channel Fuse.
Lil Boosie attends Boosie Speaks press conference, says the rap game is "wide open for me to take over."
Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie and Trill Entertainment held a Boosie Speaks press conference today (March 10) to update fans and the media on the status of the newly-released wordsmith. The conference was attended by Bun B, Jeezy, and Webbie, who all spoke briefly on Boosie before the rapper appeared on stage.
Following dialogue from the trio of artists present at the press conference and Boosie's mother, Boosie's team of lawyers offered an update on his legal standing. According to his lawyers, the rapper has served all his required time and could possibly be on probation for up to four years. They revealed that Boosie also has a routine hearing in court scheduled for this Thursday, March 13.
Upon making his entrance, Boosie informed those watching that he wrote 1,118 songs while in prison and even has a record for pop star Justin Bieber. The rapper appeared confident about his return to music, stating that the rap game is wide open and ready to be taken over.
"As for the rap game, I feel like the music I got, the rap game wide open for me to take over," Boosie said. "I feel like what I been hearing these last three, four days on the radio and stuff is different from my music. Like I said, it's different from my music. And different brings greatness. So, I just feel I stand alone in the music industry to tell you the truth."
In addition to the over 1,000 songs he penned while incarcerated, Boosie says he also wrote his own movie titled Boosie The Movie.
"Well, I wrote my own movie, Boosie The Movie. I might shop it, but I'm probably gonna get my own money and do it myself and I'm gonna try to put it in theaters cause it ain't no movie like this movie. This the real life story," he said.
After serving over four years in prison, Boosie revealed that he isn't familiar with rap's newer artists since he didn't listen to much music during his time spent at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.
"I ain't really listened to music when I was in [there]. You know, I just focused on my music," Boosie said. "And I didn't even know really the new rappers or nothing unless I read about them in Hip Hop Weekly. So, I wasn't too much on people's music. I was just focused on me…I was seeing they success as far as magazines."
Lil Boosie was released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary on March 5. He was sentenced to prison in 2009 following a drug possession charge and was later sentenced to eight additional years in prison after being found guilty of attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.
Before I say this, let me say this. Lil Boosie has gotten the streets and the tweets in the tizzy! People either love or hate this dude! They are even going in on his daughter! You saw her right? See that at the end of the page.
Anyway, the hate and love people have for Boosie leads me to my next rumor. It seems like there is a new rumor that Boosie has been busted for weed and is already facing going back to jail. Now, I'm going to keep it real, this person is not hating on Boosie. In fact, they are calling it bulls**t citing that weed is now legal in a couple of States. They also said that smoking weed is still a "major" crime down South.
In fact, I heard he has or will be relocating to Houston to get away from the laws in Baton Rouge. So I'm thinking this is not real. I am thinking its bad info and that Boosie is actually very insulated. But, let me know what you think about his daughter!?! She's off the chain.
It almost seemed like there was going to be a beef with 50 Cent and Snoop, but it seems like Snoop is taking the high road. And yet, he has offered up an explanation on why he gets his fingernails done with the French tips.
So, Snoop took it to social media in the comments of some post. His explanation is below, on the pimp side.
"Pimpin. That's what it is spooned n groomed dipped n whipped suited n booted gooted n looted. Real playas keep they nails fly fresh n dipped at the tip. I does what I does cuZ but but please believe me. Don't let the smooth taste fool ya. BTW. This still crip. So fuxk. The haters jus wanted my nefew 50 to know the dynamics to what his big homie on !! Now for u haters. Suck d*ck or die trying. Hahahahahahahah I'm out. Much love 50. Get money !! cuzz I am."
The old 50 Cent is coming back. Looks like 50 isn't holding anything back. Who has NOT thought about what the f**k is up with Snoop's french manicure? But, nobody on the level of 50 Cent is saying these things!
A day after reports surfaced that Rick Ross would not respond to 50 Cent's inflammatory Instagram photo, the MMG boss does just that in a new interview. During his appearance on Chicago's WGCI's The Morning Riot yesterday (March 5th), Ross dismissed 50 Cent's latest diss.
On his album, Mastermind's "Rich Is Gangsta", Ross says "For me to move forward from here on I need 50. I ain't talking 50 Cent neither n*gga, haha." He keeps the jocular responses going when he addresses 50 Cent's recent Instagram photo that suggested that Ross, P. Diddy and Steve Stoute engaged in homosexual activity:
I feel like this culture is a stadium and if we was in the stadium, I point up at the scoreboard. We Winning. We winning. I ain't got time for that. We winning.
Ross also revealed that before he played the final version of the Notorious B.I.G.-inspired song "Nobody" from Mastermind for P. Diddy, he played it for one of B.I.G.'s closest friends, D-Roc. According to Ross, D-Roc gave it him his approval as well as some gems from the Notorious B.I.G.:
Before I took it to Puff, I took it to D-Roc, who was Biggie's right hand man. He unfortunately was riding with B.I.G. the night B.I.G. passed. [...] He took his time, ultimately, as you can see, he showed his love. He gave me a few of the best B.I.G. stories.
According to accounts Louisiana rapper Torrence "Lil Boosie'' Hatch has been released from prison. Louisiana State Penitentiary Warden Burl Cain confirmed toWAFB that Boosie exited the prison this evening around 7 pm.
Boosie will attend a press conference organized by Atlantic Records on Monday. The 31-year-old will remain on parole until 2018.
Jimmy Henchman reportedly ordered former associates to stalk 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Chris Lighty.
Added details in the trial of James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond are beginning to emerge this week following witness testimonials from three of Henchman's former associates. According to AllHipHop.com, the three witnesses, Khalil Abdullah, Brian McCleod, and Mohammed Stewart, informed those at the trial that Henchman ordered them to commit violent acts against Queens rapper 50 Cent and others in G-Unit.
The Czar Entertainment CEO and former manager of Game is currently on trial for his role in the murder of G-Unit associate, Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher. Prosecutors believe that Fletcher's death was the result of a murder-for-hire plot Henchman coordinated.
Fletcher was murdered in 2009 in Bronx, New York shortly after he served two years in prison due to an assault and drug charge. The assault charge reportedly stemmed from an incident involving Fletcher, G-Unit rapper Tony Yayo, and Henchman's son.
During Henchman's trial, his former associate Khalil Abdullah, stated that following the incident involving Henchman's son, the currently incarcerated CEO hired gunmen to shoot at Tony Yayo's Bentley and also admitted to orchestrating a hit on Fletcher.
Another witness, Brian McCleod, informed the jury that he was offered $30,000 by Henchman, who McCleod says expressed interest in killing Fletcher himself, to ambush Fletcher. Along with Rodney Johnson, McCleod was convicted in the shooting of Fletcher in 2011.
In Henchman's defense, his lawyer Bruce J. Maffeo pointed out that all three witnesses have something to gain, specifically reduced sentences, due to their testimonials.
"A genius denotes someone who knows a lot on their own—self-contained," Pharrell said in the HipHopDX exclusive. "And I'm not. All of my work is a direct reaction to meeting all these very interesting people with whom I've collaborated. I've learned so much about their processes and who they were, and their vibes have inspired me. In that case, I just could not take authorship for my path. I know that I've elected to take some of the choices, turns and the direction that I've taken. But I know at the same time, there are these integral people in our lives from time to time who come in, give us direction and guide us. They tell us which way to go, and those are the people I feel like are just as much… They share the authorship for all of my successes...So I'm not comfortable in that. I would say I've had a lot of really, really, really good help. And I'm just thankful that people have seen something in me, and I was smart enough to allow them to guide me in the right direction. That's the closest to that term I could ever come to. I'm smart enough to listen to other people, but nowhere near genius."
50 Cent posts a photo collage of Diddy being held by Steve Stoute and a photo of Diddy face-to-face with Rick Ross.
50 Cent posted a photo montage on Instagram yesterday (March 2) that features a photo of Steve Stoute putting his arm around Diddy and Diddy face-to-face with Rick Ross, according to TMZ.
"I ain't saying nothing, but something ain't right. Lmao," 50 Cent said on his post, which has since been removed. A screen shot is below.
A beef between 50 Cent and Rick Ross, whose forthcoming Mastermind album is executive produced by Diddy, surfaced in 2009 over what was allegedly an indirect encounter at the BET Awards. The conflict led to the release of parody videos and diss records.
"Over time, if you personalize everything that is said in each competition," he said at the time. "This is why they changed the terminology from 'battling' to 'beefing.' It was always that battling was a part of the culture. They didn't do that until Tupac and Biggie Smalls' situation. That's when it became taboo to actually mention an artist's name."
"He hasn't had a hit in a really long time," Stoute said. "I mean, he has not made anything musically that's changed anything in a very long time. And I feel like he's always like gearing up for something that never happens. Hopefully, now that he's independent and there's no record company to blame, his aggressive content can get on the air…I think he's trying to get back, but those guys—you know, music is a great platform. If you're an entrepreneur and you have a—you're currently active making music. You're currently active touching people with albums. That it makes it much easier for you to venture into business deals that will become successful using the music to parlay it to get it done. And without having any music that's meaningful over the last—probably the last great song he's made was 'I Get Money'…Kanye's put out three albums, four albums since then."
50 Cent confronted Steve Stoute at the New York Knicks game against the Golden State Warriors in New York Friday (February 28).