Celebrities in Trouble Archives


Kris Humphries is being sued by a woman by the name of Kayla Goldberg claiming that he gave her herpes. Im a little taken back initially when I read the story. Since these claims came out,and was reported by  TMZ , a representative for Kris came forward to report that he does not have herpes to NYDailyNews This is what the article reports: READ MORE

Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson Could Be Facing Jail Time


Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson could now be facing up to a year in jail for head butting his wife Evelyn Lozada. This is not the first time Chad has been hit with the domestic violence case. Back in 2000, he was convicted of slapping his girlfriend after accusing her of cheating. According to Gossip Extra, a Ft. Lauderdale attorney clearified that because of his prior conviction in the Broward County State Attorney could make Chad’s current misdemeanor charge a felony and mandatory prison.



Evelyn Lozada has given herself some time to away  from the scene to let the dust settle. She has now decided that she is now ready for the first interview since her husband (at the time) Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson head butted her, prompting a drastic changes for himself like being dropped from his NFL team and facing jail time.

Young Money Allegedly Rips Off Music Producers



Andrews “Drew” Correa and Marcos “Infamous” Rodriguez — filed federal lawsuits this week against Lil Wayne‘s label, Young Money Entertainment.

Kanye Wins Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

Kanye West had a run-in with another producer a few years ago who claimed that there has been a copyright infringement. He felt that a line of the lyrics from the single “Stronger”  was stolen from his song made in 2006. Kanye and his team disputed the claim saying that the lines were used in multiple songs throughout the years. The courts seem to agree with Kanye.

This is what sources reported from  hiphopdx reported:

The original lawsuit claims that ‘Ye stole portions of the lyrics of Viriginia producer Vincent Peters’ 2006 song of the same name, specifically an interpolation of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s idiom “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” Now, Judge Diane Wood of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of West, indicating that maxim has been quoted in a host of different songs and does not fall under the auspices of copyright law.

New York State Senator Demands Apology From Lil Wayne


Lil Wayne isn’t feeling the love from one New York state senator. Malcolm A. Smith has demanded that the hip-hop star apologize for telling MTV News that he doesn’t like New York City. During a press conference Wednesday afternoon in the Big Apple’s Father Duffy Square, “The New York Times” reports that Smith said he was “angry,” “taken aback” and “shocked” by Weezy’s statement. READ MORE

Update: Ocho Cinco is Now Facing Foreclosure


When things are good, they’re good. When things are bad they’re really bad.


We have been trying to keep you updated on the Chad “Ocho Cinco” Johnson and Evelyn Lozada drama and this thing has started to snowball out of control. First he was arrested and held in jail. After being released he got booted from the Dolphins. Now we find out from ryhmes with snitch that he is facing foreclosure. This is what they reported:

Drake and Chris Brown Sued After Fight in NY Club

It seems that everyone in the music business eventually has to pick someone to have beef with, but sometime these situations get a little out of hand. Just when we thought the Chris Brown and Drake club drama had died down, they both were slapped with a lawsuit. On  Wednesday, as reported by thejasminebrand, the company that owns the trademark for Greenhouse, Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., sued both Brown and Drake for the infamous bottle throw down that ensued inside of the the New York club.