Chris Brown is a fixture on TMZ at this point, and today, he's challenging yet another report from the site, addressing a man by the name of Malek Mokrani's claim that the singer injured him at a recent club appearance.
Earlier this week, Tyga took to his twitter to publicly share his feelings & happiness for his ex-girlfriend & baby mama, Blac Chyna, following news that she and new bae, Rob Kardashian, are tying the knot.
While it's very easy to be driven into a freakout by paparazzi, one must remember that there is one tried-and-true way to get rabid photographers to back down-- give them a taste of their own medicine.
"Hanging out" with a Jenner has its perks when it comes to publicity, but it also means being a constant target of gossip blogs. Tyga has found himself in that position recently, and judging by his comments on Twitter today, he's pretty fed up with it.
Last month, during a pick-up basketball game, The Game sucker-punched an opposing player who happened to be an off-duty cop. TMZ has now shared the video, which you can see below and decide for yourself if it warrants a lawsuit.
Kevin Gates is now becoming more known for his social media shenanigans than his prolific output of excellent mixtapes, and some footage from a concert in Flint, Michigan Sunday night doesn't help his case.
It has not been a good year for Suge Knight. In the past twelve months, he's been shot and been arrested on robbery charges, and now he could very well be facing a count of vehicular manslaughter. TMZ reports that Knight ran over a man with his car in L.A.
Between telling a paprazzo that she hoped he'd contract Ebola, slamming her management on Twitter, and a flurry of other Twitter rants, Iggy Azalea has been digging quite the hole for herself in the public eye this year.
If you're picking a year to mess with Diddy, 2014 is probably a much better call than any of the '90s. In a new clip from TMZ, the hip-hop mogul returns from a nightclub to find a scratch on his Maybach, and lets the perpetrator off pretty easy.
If you're someone who constantly ends up on TMZ for shoving women, getting too drunk at a BET Awards after-party and, y'know, beating up your girlfriend, you might think the best solution is not doing those things, at least in public.
Gossip website TMZ usually gets a pretty bad rep for their in-your-face brand of annoying celebrity gossip, but lately the site's proved its worth by exposing the Ray Rice scandal that the NFL tried to brush under the rug.