The creators of the Tupac hologram are going through a hard times and will be shutting down their offices…..
Rihanna is responding to MTV’s story about her alleged marijuana use while at the Coachella music festival last weekend. After tweeting out a link to their story about Rihanna causing a controversy by smoking pot, the pop diva used a little profane language in a tweet to proclaim that she couldn’t care less about MTV’s reporting. The network went on to delete their tweet, and sent Rihanna a message saying “well played.”
While their tweet is no longer around, MTV still has a story at RapFix.mtv.com saying many fans didn’t like some of the photos Rihanna posted on her Instagram account from Coachella. Read More »
Fans who didn’t make it out to Coachella this year to watch the hologram of Tupac Shakur perform may be in luck. The “Wall Street Journal” is citing a source who says the virtual Tupac may be heading out on the road. Digital Domain Media Group Inc. created the hologram, and they’ve apparently been in discussions with representatives for Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre about a possible tour. One possible option would have Snoop, Dre, Tupac and fellow rap stars like 50 Cent, Eminem and Wiz Khalifa performing in stadiums. A second option would feature just Tupac, Snoop and Dre touring smaller venues across the country. A spokeswoman for Dre and Snoop declined to comment about any possible tours.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg were headliners at Coachella last Sunday night where they were joined on stage by a hologram of the late Tupac Shakur. Read More »