Tameka “Tiny” Cottle-Harris hit up the Rickey Smiley radio show last week to explain the incident that got her hubby, rapper T.I. in trouble with his jailers.
As you know, Tip was confined to a “special housing unit” last weekend after a visit from his new wife. Tiny, 35, confirmed to TMZ that the two were in a room together during regular visiting hours on Sunday (Jan. 2) when she “made like Michael Jackson … and beat it.”
Trey Songz held a private listening session for his fans Monday evening (Click Here if you missed it) but last night (9/14), TARGET hosted a private album release party to celebrate Trey Songz and the release of his fourth studio album, Passion, Pain & Pleasure.
Industry VIPs, Atlanta socialites and influencers all enjoyed the exclusive event, which was held on the rooftop of VENTANAS in downtown Atlanta.
Spotted at the event were T.I., Jazze Pha, Bobby Valentino, former NBA player Jalen Rose and more. Photos below: Continue Reading…
It should be evident by now that the word “Swag” isn’t going anywhere. Not yet anyway. Especially since Tip, the hottest rapper in the game right now, has a new song,”Pledge Allegiance to the Swag” featuring Rick Ross.
T.I. revealed yesterday, via a phone call to MTV that his next single, “Pledge Allegiance To The Swag” would be serviced to the streets and online before hitting radio.
I’m just tryna feed the streets right now. I figure if I feed the streets, I’ll feed the radio later.
You may also have heard by now that “Takers” is the number one movie in the country. The fans have spoken and Tip also revealed that a “Takers” part two could be in the works. In the call, he explains it’ll be a “prequel” that tells the story behind his “Ghost” character.
The tagged up/unmastered version of “Pledge Allegiance to the Swag” has already been leaked and is making the rounds. Take a listen to Tip & Rick Ross on the hot track below: Continue Reading…
It took two years in the making but “Takers” has taken over the number #1 spot in the box office. [VIEW TRAILER]
Contrary to early media reports that listed “Exorcism” as the number one movie in the country, Sony Screen Gem’s “Takers” took in $20.51 million on opening weekend, while ‘Exorcism’ pulled in a respectable $20.36 million to take the #2 spot.