If you recall, Raz B subsequently retracted his statements after Stokes offered him cash to keep quiet and although we all knew SOMETHING happened in that camp, the story just quietly disappeared.
Stokes even attacked lil ole me on Twitter back then after he realized I was the face behind SFTA, launching a asinine verbal attack against me online talking about how I liked food and he liked God… my response is still HERE in case you were wondering, but I digress.
Raz B watched Tyler Perry’s Oprah interview, where he spoke on the horrors of being abused as a child. Now he’s inspired to speak up (again) about the abuse he suffered at the hands of Stokes while he was in the boy band B2k.
According to TMZ, Swizzy is accused of being a shady business man. The super producer is being sued by a man who claims he wrote Cassidy’s song “My Drink & My Two Step.”
The suit claims Swizz broke him off a lil bit (a very lil bit), while he and Cassidy pocketed the lion’s share of the dough from the hit song.
The songwriter in question — named Antwann Frost — filed the lawsuit two days ago … claiming Swizz hit him up in 2007 to help put together a hit single for rapper Cassidy’s then incomplete album.
According to the docs — obtained by TMZ — Swizz assembled the “drum patterns” and Frost created “all of the other original musical components that shaped and defined” the track that would become a chart-topping hit … spawning remixes by Kanye West, Ne-Yo, and Chingy.
The song was released soon after — at which point, Frost claims, Swizz lowballed him with a $5,000 cash offer and 5% ownership of the song … while Swizz and Cassidy got the bulk share.
Frost rejected the offer … and now dude’s suing for $1,500,000 — claiming he deserves equal partnership in the song with Swizz and Cass. No word yet from Camp Swizz.
My boo Antwan “Big Boi” Patton joined Keri Hilson in Chicago yesterday (October 21) for the launch of the “Get Schooled” campaign.
Keri and Big stressed the importance of education to students at Chicago’s Collins Academy High School during Thursday’s Get Schooled National Challenge and Tour.
[Sidebar: Somebody needs to tell Keri to back up off my man! *Whooo-sah!*]
Big Boi told the crowd how he planned on pursuing his education before OutKast blew up.
“Before I started doing music, I was actually planning on going to school to study child psychology, but when I was in eleventh grade we went platinum. I still finished and graduated with honors.
Miss Keri, adorned with her now signature “No Boys Allowed” necklace, hit the stage to perform “Knock You Down” and offered some key advice to the youth.
“I think the key to making it through high school and life in general is knowing what’s important, attacking that, and executing everything,” said Keri, a former co-captain of her high school basketball team.
More photos + video of Big & Keri spitting knowledge during “Get Schooled” below… (also peep Keri’s “Knock You Down” performance): Continue Reading…