Max B’s Murder Conviction Upheld, Facing Release From Jail in 2042

Bad news for Max Biggavelli. An appeals court has upheld the murder conviction and 75-year sentence given to Max B for his role in a 2006 robbery at a Fort Lee hotel which turned deadly. Max B, real name Charly Wingate, had argued that the Bergen County Superior Court judge who tried his case had erred by not granting a…
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Beanie Sigel Discusses Issues With Def Jam & Regrets About Jay-Z

Beanie Sigel reflects on issues at his former label, as well as with Jay-Z. Though Beanie Sigel just released his sixth studio album,This Time, it doesn't mean he never thinks of his older projects. In an interview with Complex, the former Roc-A-Fella emcee recalls dropping his acclaimed album The B. Coming, and how Def Jam didn't work the project…
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Houston, Texas To Celebrate Bun B Day with Food Drive On August 30th

 Port Arthur bred and renowned Houston, Texas rapper/professor Bun B is celebrating the anniversary of “Bun B Day” in Houston this weekend. Heralded by Mayor Annise Parker for his commitment to community service, Bun B will be celebrating the honor bestowed upon him, with a special food drive for the Houston Food Bank on Thursday (August…
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Beanie Sigel Arrested On Gun, Drug Charges

Beanie Sigel and a friend have been arrested on gun and drug charges, after a traffic stop on I-95 in Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania, police have revealed. According to police, Beanie Sigel was a passenger in a Ford Fusion driven by an associate named Gerald Andrews. A little after 3:00 AM, the police pulled the Ford over for…
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New Lawsuit Emerges From Chris Brown & Drake’s Club Brawl

Another bystander injured in the scuffle emerges with a lawsuit against the W.i.P. club.In the past two weeks, two separate lawsuits have emerged stemming from Chris Brown and Drake'snotorious brawl at SoHo club W.i.P. Now, in recent report from the New York Post, a new suit has been served against the nightclub due to the scuffle.Brooklyn resident Howard Clement has filed a suit…
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The son of Marion “Suge” Knight has been cleared involving a $100,000 jewelry heist involving actress Lindsay Lohan.

Lindsay Lohan is a suspect in an incident involving $100,000 worth of watches and sunglasses that went missing a week ago.

According to Lindsay was at the Hollywood Hills home of Sam Magid did when the incident took place.

Magid told police yesterday that Andrew Knight and another friend told him that Lindsey handed them a bag with two or three pieces of stolen items wrapped in a T-shirt, during an all-night party at the home.

The actress, who was allegedly on Ambien, claimed that she was being framed in the theft and that the real bandit was Suge Knight’s son.

Knight and the other guest reportedly returned some of the stolen items to Magid, but a number of items are still missing from the Hollywood Hills home.

Police are continuing to investigate the thefts.

Young Money Entertainment Sued For Not Paying Producers’ Royalties


Once again, Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment has apparently failed to pay its producers.


In what is now a regular occurrence, two producers are suing Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment for shady business dealings.


Andrew "Drew" Correa and Marcos "Infamous" Rodriguez have filed federal lawsuits against Young Money, reportsTMZ.


In the first suit, Correa claims he had a deal with YME in 2008 to produce music that ended up being on Tha Carter IIIRe-BirthI Am Not a Human Being, and Priceless.


Correa says he was paid some royalties, but then the checks stopped coming.


In the second suit, Rodriguez claims that in 2007, he agreed to produce for YME and that his work was used on Tha Carter IIIRe-BirthWe Are Young MoneyTha Carter IV, and Priceless, and that his royalty payments stopped coming as well.


This appears to be a pattern with Young Money, as In the past producers DeezleBangladeshJim Johnson, and David Kirkwood, and Play-N-Skillz have sued for unpaid royalties.