According to TMZ, Kim Kardashian is in the midst of suing gossip kings Media Takeout for fabricating stories that Kim faked the Paris robbery that has reportedly left the super-socialite intensely traumatized.
Drake has refused to pay the medical bills demanded by Detail, a Detroit producer who is credited on a few tracks -- and the hook on "305 to My City" -- off Nothing Was the Same, reports the Daily Mail.
Frank Ocean seemingly masterminded an escape from his contract with Def Jam and it's parent company, Universal, when he completed his contractual obligations to the label with the visual album Endless and released Blonde as an independent a
The ongoing saga of Lil Wayne’s disputes with his label Cash Money, and more specifically its owner Birdman, have been well documented. Lawsuits have been slung back and forth, and we still don’t have Tha Carter V.
As soon as Tyga gets himself out of one debt, another one rears its head. The rapper recently paid off his former landlord, although not without first missing his scheduled court appearance and then having an arrest warrant out in his name.
Snoop Dogg's ""Ain't No Fun (If The Homies Can't Have None)," though never released as a single, is one of the most recognizable records on Snoop Dogg's 1993 debut, Doggystyle. It's also one of the most well-known hooks from the late Nate Dogg.
It appears Chris Brown is facing another lawsuit. According to TMZ, Chris is getting sued by Ginja Elms, a victim who was shot during Chris’ performance at 1Oak nightclub back in 2014 that also left Suge Knight shot.
Earlier this week, Lil Yachty's producer/hype man/BFF Burberry Perry was slapped with a lawsuit from luxury fashion company Burberry for repurposing and profiting from their brand name, logo, and signature plaid print.
Taylor Swift is furious that Kim Kardashian leaked her phone conversation with Kanye West in which she approves the line on The Life of Pablo single "Famous": "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous."