Rios claims Pun and Joe entered into an agreement to split revenue from the Bronx emcee's catalog. Rios says she has not received any money from Joe since 2005.
Back in 2009, Rios claimed the lack of royalty money owed to her caused her to move her family into a homeless shelter. Joe responded to her statements during an interview with Hot 97.
"She steps to me and says, 'Joe, we're broke. We got no money,'" said Joe. "I said, 'Well listen, People are not going to be sorry for you, because you're Big Pun's wife forever. I'm gonna get you some money. Now what do you do?'"
The Terror Squad leader accused Rios of brainwashing her kids into believing he was robbing them of their rightful money. Joe also complained that while Rios was asking for funds in Pun's name, she was also tarnishing the rapper's legacy by stating publicly the 700-pound entertainer used to physically assault her.
Gerard Depardieu - arguably, France's best and best-known actor - admitted recently that he drinks a wee bit.
"I can absorb 12, 13, 14 bottles" of wine "per day," he said. "But I’m never totally drunk.”
On the other hand, he's never totally sober. Or coherent. Or intelligible.
This is a guy who's had quintuple bypass surgery too.
And he's had some interesting brushes with infamy. Here he is last year on The Graham Norton Show on BBC, talking about making an unauthorized pit stop on a commercial airliner. If nothing else, he found a use for his empties...
Looks like those knocks on the noggin on the playing field haven't hurt Peyton Manning any.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated very recently, he pretty much admitted that he bought up a bunch of Papa John's pizza shops - 21 of them, to be precise - in Colorado just before the state legalized marijuana to profit on the sale of the weed.
TMZ reported last year that sales in those Peyton pizza palaces were bringing in some big bucks since legalization. One shop's sales increased a whopping 25 percent.
In the interview, Peyton talked about his business plan: "There’s some different laws out here in Colorado," he said. "Pizza business is pretty good out here, believe it or not, due to some recent law changes. So when you come to a different place, you’ve kind of got to learn everything that comes with it."
Wait, that's another franchise he should have bought up...