Bow Wow is being sued by a concert promoter in Federal court after he pocketed cash for two concerts but never delivered a performance!
According to the lawsuit, Bow (aka Shad Gregory Moss) took a $50,000 initial deposit to secure his presence. The promoter, Brian Gould says he spent another $43,000 promoting the May 31, 2009 show for the performer. Continue Reading…
Lil Boosie (aka Torrence Hatch) has been officially indicted by a Louisiana grand jury in connection with a shooting death last year. The 27 year old rapper was already in prison doin time on probation violation charges when the ruling came down.
Yesterday, a grand jury in East Baton Rouge Parish indicted Hatch, who has performed frequently in the Atlanta area, on first-degree murder charges in the Oct. 21 shooting death of 35 year old Terry Boyd and he may be facing the death penalty! Continue Reading…
Last night, CNN’s Soledad O’Brien hosted a special documentary on ‘The Atlanta Child Murders.’ Thirty years ago, a string of murders of African-American children terrorized Atlanta, Georgia, and gripped the nation. There were 28 male victims and Jack Mallard, the prosecutor in the case, believes that one man – Wayne Williams – is responsible for at least 25 of them.
Media reports spread the fear nationwide and reminded parents to keep a close watch over their children. Williams, a former DJ, became an official suspect in the Atlanta child murders when a loud splash in the river was heard during the final hours of a stakeout.
He is now serving two life sentences in the case, after being tried and convicted of only two of the murders and still insists he’s innocent.
Soledad revisits the case after interviewing Williams for approx 6 hours over a two day period and casts doubt as to if the real killer was ever apprehended. Continue Reading…
T.I. was in New York recently for the MTV Movie Awards and almost got “stuck like chuck” when he left his permission slip at a local restaurant!
According to the NYPost, T.I., Gucci Mane and model Selita Ebanks were dining at Abe & Arthur and Tip generously grabbed the tab for the table.
Upon leaving, he left a very generous tip, which included a few extra documents…. his “permisssion to travel” papers! Fortunately for him, a restaurant employee returned the papers to T.I.’s security guard before they got too far.
As Tip revealed during his appearance on Larry King LIVE, the specifics of his probation haven’t been revealed, but he does have to report his comings and goings. The document in question, apparently grants Tip permission to travel for a specified period of time. He’s on supervised release after doing prison time for weapons possession.
A T.I. spokesman denies the story, stating, “He did not leave behind any documents.”