Bobbi Kristina Brown is currently receiving hospice care at a facility outside of Atlanta with her family by her side. As they prepare to say their painful farewells, another family member has dollar signs in mind.
According to TMZ, an extended family member tried to sell them a photo of the 22-year-old lying in bed at the hospice facility. They said they passed on buying the photo but other outlets are expressing interest.
Brown was moved to hospice care on June 24th after her condition continued to deteriorate. She was found face down in a bathtub in her Atlanta home on Jan. 31st.
Chris Brown's baby mama drama continues to pile up as Royalty's (his daughter) grand mother takes to social media to list what Chris Brown's child support payments would be used for. When Chris catches wind of this he shuts everything down once and for all!
The Los Angeles Times is reporting Diddy will not be charged with a felony from his arrest at UCLA. A source told the publication prosecutors decided not to pursue felony charges because Diddy waved the kettleball used during the incident at several people and no one was seriously injured.
The case was sent from the L.A. County district attorney's office to the L.A. city attorney. That prosecutor will decide whether to charge Diddy with a misdemeanor. The decision is expected to be announced next week.
"We are thankful that the district attorney rejected felony charges in this matter," said Diddy's attorney Mark Geragos. "This case never should have been part of the criminal justice system to begin with."
Diddy was taken into custody last week after the Hip Hop mogul was accused of assaulting his son's assistant football coach at UCLA. Sal Alosi apparently dismissed Justin Combs from the team for the summer. Diddy confronted Alosi, and the situation became physical. Video cameras are said to have captured Diddy swinging the kettleball in the Bruins' weight room.
Joe Budden seems to have an issue with how Meek Mill is handling his relationship with Nicki Minaj. During his "I'll Name This Podcast Later"
episode, the Slaughterhouse member addressed Meek and Nicki. He pointed to the couple's highly memed appearance at the 2015 BET Awards where Meek came off as awkward to some observers when he was around Nicki.
Part of my problem with that is that Meek's music is too hard. Meek's music is too hard for me to look at him with this f*cking sappy f*ck sh*t. Be the hardcore guy that I'm sure she was attracted to at some point. It's nasty. I hate everything about it. I'm glad a dark-skinned guy is behaving this way. Light-skinned n*ggas, we're not moving like that…
Light-skinned guys, we're used to getting the bad b*tch. He's like this b*tch just stepped off a f*cking Mars and is the only girl. Oh my God, I just hate it all. But I do appreciate them both keeping the hope of love alive.
The "Pump It Up" rhymer also discussed Meek Mill's decision to release his latest album Dreams Worth More Than Money early. Budden then predicts DWMTM will sell between 140,000 – 160,000 copies first week and the project will not top the first week sales of Big Sean's Dark Sky Paradise.
Sean's third studio LP pushed 173,000 equivalent album units in its initial week. Dreams Worth More Than Money is projected to sell around 200,000 equivalent album units opening week.
Flow and alleged accomplice Jonathan Evans are suspected of fatally shooting brothers Kendred and Kendrick Bishop in New Orleans on Memorial Day. Evans was arrested on Saturday (June 27).
Flow was connected to the murders after police discovered his cell phone near the car where the Bishop brothers were found. He was also reportedly seen on surveillance footage taken of the area where the shooting happened. Video is said to show Flow and a man with an assault rifle running from the scene.
Flow informed detectives he was in the vehicle with the Bishops and another unknown man before the shooting. After he was dropped off by the brothers, Flow claims he later heard gunshots and ran back to the car to find the men dead.
According to the arrest warrant, Flow said he attempted to call police, but his phone's screen was cracked. He then slammed the phone on the ground and went back to his home. But the warrant also states there is police body camera footage which shows Flow telling an officer he thought he left his phone in the car. Flow apparently gave the police a fake name as well.
Flow is signed to Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment imprint. He appeared on the label's 2014 compilation album Rise Of An Empire. The 23-year-old rapper also made headlines earlier this year when he publicly dissed Wayne's rival Young Thug.