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Terri Woods New York Times bestselling novel “True to the Game” is hitting the big screen with iconic stars Vivica Fox and Columbus Short bringing the story to life with the help of music mogul Manny Halley. The story is an urban tale about love and making it big in New York City. Summer 2017 is all about the big movies and “True to the Game” is going to be one of the big films of this season.

True to the Game represents life on the streets, where it’s true that there’s no way out once you’re in, and everyone stays in forever. It’s the late 1980s, and Gena played by newcomer Erica Peeples finds herself in true-blue love with Quadir played by Columbus Short, a millionaire associated with the cartel. Quadir is faced with combating the art of extortion and interception masterminded by the notorious Junior Mafia, which reigns from the inner-city streets of Philadelphia. Both Gena and Quadir find themselves caught up in the vicious yet seductive world of drugs and money, only to find that success in this game is no easy win. True to the Game represents life on the streets and is like no other story of its time. The ensemble includes Vivica A. Fox as Shoog and Draya Michele as Cherelle.

This Film is directed by Preston Whitmore from (This Christmas) and costars includes Andra Fuller, Starletta Dupios, Nelsan Ellis, and Jennifer Freeman.

The screenplay was written by Nia Hill (“Colored My Mind: The Diagnosis”)

Manny Halley had the following to say about “True to the Game”, True To the Game’ is a pioneering work that have solidified its place in the history books. Fans worldwide have been awaiting the creation of films for both books for a very long time, and we’re thrilled to bring them to life… To date, both novels have sold millions worldwide, and the timeless stories are very relevant still today.”

We are looking forward to checking it out. Be sure to save the date September 8, 2017.

Music and entertainment manager Manny Halley is facing some serious legal accusations. Young Thug‘s (real name Jeffrey Williams) business manager is accusing Manny of stealing funds and inappropriately using them on behalf of the rapper.

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Philippe Chow Toy Drive

Manny Halle Presents the 1st Annual Philippe Chow Toy Drive! They are collecting unwrapped toys to distribute to less fortunate children in the Los Angeles area. Please join them on Sunday, December 21st at 6pm at Philippe Chow for a night of food and fun, all for a good cause!

To RSVP, please email rsvp@philippela.com

Last night ladies and gentlemen I have to say I was quite impressed with the very tatlented Nicki Minaj after she sheared the stage for more than have the night with some of Atlanta’s top musicians.

 Nicki gave honor to all the people who helped her when she first movied to the ATL  and got her career popping, The singer honored people like singer and my homie Monica praising her, and thanking her for giving her someone to look up to…

This had to be one of the best concert’s I have ever gone too … P.S. She said she will be back!!! Next time with Gucci !!! Much much love… The good fokes over at the AJC got all the play by play  details and I got the photos…

“AJC” Reports:

“Instead of being called the “Pink Friday” tour, Nicki Minaj’s triumphant return to Atlanta Sunday night could have been dubbed “The Tour Stop Featuring Every Atlanta Rapper Except Ludacris…And Even A Couple of R&B Stars.”

The first chunk of her joyful 100-minute show at the Fox Theatre breezed along from the insanely catchy “Beez in the Trap” (with openers 2 Chainz) to Big Sean’s raw club thumper “Dance” to “Right By My Side,” a straight-up power ballad that proves Minaj knows her way around a melody as well as a rhyme.

But then the parade started. Quietly, at first, with a quick appearance by Young Jeezy, who rattled off “Supa Freak” to a sold-out crowd already amped by Minaj’s can’t-turn-away stage presence.

Then, halfway through the concert, Minaj started to talk about a vocalist who influenced her from her earliest days of singing in her bedroom and out strolled Monica to deliver “Why I Love You So Much” (she sounded great except on those extremely over modulated long-held notes).Minaj had barely returned to the stage when Bobby V slid out from the wings, leading Minaj to state, “I’m gonna go change,” and scurry offstage for her fifth or sixth costume swap while Bobby crooned “Slow Down.”

When Minaj returned in a straight black wig, pink tights over black hot pants and a cute cap, she had barely launched into her mixtape medley, told the crowd how Atlanta is one of her second homes and gave a shout out to Gucci Mane for all of his help with her career when another guest was added to the list – Waka Flocka Flame.

Shaking his dreadlocks, the muscular rapper sent the crowd into another frenzy with “Round of Applause” and astutely noted to Minaj, “We’ve come a long way from roaches to Rolexes.” READ MORE

Keyshia Cole Releases Manager Manny Halley

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OMG I am so lost for words right now after hearing that Keyshia Cole announced via Twitter that she and her longtime manager, Manny Halley, have parted ways. Yall know that both of them are my homie and I hate to see all this out in the press. This is what Keyshia had to say: READ MORE