Beyonce is being sued for $100 million dollars from the game manufacturers and her video game “Starpower” will not be sold. Gate Five, LLC is still upset with Beyonce for backing out the joint venture with themÂ which stopped productionÂ ofÂ the video game. The company is suing Beyonce claiming she “destroyed” its business and “drove 70 people into unemployment” one week before Christmas. Dang you didn’t do it like that did you B?
So Flav is back in the media yet again just after being arrested last we for not settling his dispute with the court officials and now his chicken shack business is being put back on blast because of a scandal. According to TMZ, Flavor Flavâ€™s former business partner has filed a police report against the rapper, claiming Flav cut him out of a MAJOR fried chicken deal and swindled him out of a $30,000 check .
The man who filed the report is Tommy Karas who claims he wrangled up investors for Flavâ€™s Las Vegas fried chicken project back in April and was supposed to handle the money for the deal. According to the report, Flav went behind Tommyâ€™s back, telling the investors He was the money man and even getting them to send him a $30,000 investment cutting Tommy out of the deal altogether. Read More »
Pittsburgh Steelers Hines Ward may have lost some street points by tip toeing around a ballroom in glitter and tights but he certainly earned a few of those back after an early morning confrontation with the LAPD. The Dancing with the stars contestant and a female “friend” were pulled out of a Honda Civic around 2 a.m this morning at gunpoint by officers after it was discovered that the Honda Civic he was riding in was reported stolen.
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Today a grand jury in Henry County, wiped Waka’s drug charges clean due to insufficient evidence. At the beginning of the year, the Atlanta based rapper faced several possession charges, anti-gang law violations, and a probation violation and recieved a bond more than $31,000.
Recently the homie Jason Jeter was asked about the future of Grand Hustle since their have been rumors that the music company was shutting down. Jason set the record straight and basically explained that like any other business, when the supply and demand of the business is in jeopardy the best thing to do is downsize until other variables can be incorporated to increase revenue. Currently the King aka T.I. is away on “Vacation” and while he is away the business can’t take on work or make any business decisions. Although Grand Hustle has other artist it isn’t enough of a demand that can stabilize the companies operations.
He further went on to say:
So when the King comes home later this year, we all know how the demand for his presence will be.
â€œNumber one, Grand Hustle is definitely not dismantled, we unfortunately did downsize [on staff] and relocate. Weâ€™re doing business, just in a lighter way. A smarter way, due to our current situation. Read More »
Over the weekend the new found “Chicken King” connoisseur was sent to the slammer. After being pulled over in Las Vegas for a routine traffic violation the authorities pulled Flav’s files and noticed he had four outstanding warrants.
Officials claim that Flavor Flav aka William Jonathan Drayton, Jr. never settled his disputes with the court in 4 separate automobile-related matters from driving without proof of insurance, a parking violation and two cases of driving without a license. Read More »
I gotta report some sad news on my homie, Frankie was arrested on Thursday for violating her probation and possessing drug-related material, reports TMZ.
Frankie Lons, who is know for her hit reality shows, Keyshia Cole: “The Way It Is”, “Frankie & Neffe” and “Celebrity Rehab”, was pulled over by police for a routine traffic violation when they noticed an outstanding warrant for her arrest, stemming from a probation violation. Read More »
Players in the National Football League have secured a victory in their battle against the team owners when a federal court judge accepted their application for an injunction on Monday, lifting the lockout to mid-March. Judge Susan Richard Nelson went on the side of the players who argued that the lockout, now in its second month, was causing irreparable harm to their careers. Read More »