It seems like this custody battle is getting worse for Lil' Scrappy. There have been claims that Lil' Scrappy's baby mama, Love & Hip Hop's Erica Dixon, has filed a restraining order against Lil' Scrappy, and her reasoning is alleged domestic violence. It remains unclear if the said act of violence was committed against Erica or their daughter Emani. Apparently the judge felt there was enough evidence to grant Erica a temporary restraining order, and Lil' Scrappy has to stay away from Erica or face jail time. Well on the next season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta….
Nia Guzman claims Chris Brown is unfit to watch their daughter by himself.
The ongoing saga between crooner Chris Brown and Nia Guzman, the mother of his daughter Royalty, has continued this month.
According to TMZ, Guzman "fears for the safety" of Royalty when she's alone with Brown, and is asking that a judge require Brown to be around at least one other person when he's with his daughter.
"Chris Brown's baby mama fears for the safety of their daughter when she's alone with him ... so she's asking a judge to ONLY allow him to see 1-year-old Royalty when someone else is around," TMZ reports. "We're told Guzman wants full custody because she thinks Chris is simply too irresponsible to care for a kid on his own and she believes he and his friends all have substance abuse issues. He thinks it's all just a ploy to get more child support."
Brown is currently seeking joint custody of one-year-old Royalty.
Over the past year, Guzman and Brown have continuously gone back and forth over matters concerning child support.
According to The New York Daily News, Star Boxing's Joe DeGuardia and Banner Promotions' Artie Pelullo filed a suit last week in New York State Supreme court. DeGuardia and Pelullo claim Roc Nation attempted to steal boxer Demetrius "Boo Boo" Andrade away from them.
The complaint suggests Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports offered Andrade $550,000 to reject a fight DeGuardia and Pelullo negotiated with Showtime. Roc Nation then planned to buy out his contract and become his new promoter, according to the suit.
Andrade pulled out of the Showtime deal, but Roc Nation is being accused of not paying Andrade the $550,000. The lawsuit also claims R.N. never bought out Andrade's contract from DeGuardia and Pelullo.
"Roc Nation's promise to Andrade was made under false pretenses, namely, that Roc Nation was negotiating to purchase Andrade's contract from the promoters and thereafter would negotiate a more lucrative bout for Andrade on HBO," states the lawsuit. "Ultimately, Andrade agreed to Roc Nation's false inducements and spurned the professional boxing match the promoters had negotiated with Showtime."
Andrade is the former World Boxing Organization light middleweight champion. His record currently stands at 21-0, 14 KOs. The Rhode Island native has not fought since June of 2014, and the WBO stripped him of his title for inactivity.
The Roc Nation Sports boxing roster includes Andre Ward, Miguel Cotto, Javier Flores, and more. The management company also represents other athletes such as Kevin Durant, Dez Bryant, Robinson Cano, Victor Cruz, and Skylar Diggins.
Scott will be charged with disorderly conduct after being kicked off the stage.
Travi$ Scott was arrested after his performance was cut short at Lollapalooza yesterday (August 1), according to the Associated Press.
The rapper was kicked off the stage after telling fans to jump over security barricades. Law enforcement reports he will be charged with disorderly conduct.
(The original article in this thread was published August 1, 2015 and is as follows.)
Travi$ Scott was kicked off the stage at Lollapalooza shortly after his set began, according to Billboard.
The news outlet posted on Twitter today (August 1) that Travi$ Scott lasted five minutes before his set was stopped. He apparently was kicked off the stage "after he cussed out security and told fans to jump the barricade."
Complex reports that fans listened and came up on stage with the rapper.
Lollapalooza is a three-day festival in Chicago that started yesterday (July 31) and ends tomorrow (August 2). Other performers include Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator and Pell.
Although in the eyes of the law, Kylie Jenner, is still not considered to be an adult, but her bank account has reportedly saved Tyga, a grown man, from a possible $50,000 lawsuit by his landlord. An insider has reportedly shared with RadarOnline that the KUWTK starlet isn't concerned about that amount of cash and claims, "To her, that amount of money is spent a week on a few purses."
According to the gossip site, the teen-aged tender roni has placed one restriction on Trans-Gate Tyga. The source has revealed that the raven-haired beauty allegedly asked Tyga to vacate his Calabasas, CA crib and move into her home. If it's true, this move will save the "Rack City" rapper over $25,000 a month.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan are purportedly up in arms about Kylie's decision to financially assist her struggling, boo. Given the fact that she'll soon be legally considered a woman, there is not much that they can do.
Is Tyga taking advantage of an impressionable young lady; or, is Captain Kylie putting her cape to good use?