French Montana finalized his divorce from Nadeen Kharpouch this week, but reports of the issues of their marriage continue to pour in. The latest story, which comes from TMZ, alleges that friends of French's ex-wife (and baby's mother) feel the rapper has neglected his son.
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.
The past few months have seen Chris Brown throwing up L.A. Bloods gang signs, being barred from Canada, being rumored to be involved in club brawls, and having a performance interrupted by a stabbing -- are these mere coincidences, or do they point to Brown's alleged gang ties?
Earlier this month it was reported that on-again, off-again couple Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran had ended things. Sources split on who actually did the dumping, but it hardly matters now, as it appears the two have made up and are back together once again.
Louisiana rapper Webbie has found himself in headlines for the first time in quite a while after a recent performance at the 20/20 Club in Odessa, Texas, ended in violence. Depicted in footage obtained by TMZ, the brawl found multiple parties throwing stools at each other.
For readers who have been craving some new Coolio music in their life, today is your lucky day. Along with a new music video, the "Gangsta's Paradise" emcee is promising fans that new music is on its way.
In one of the few circumstances in which the police actually got a rapper out of trouble, TMZ reports that Lil Twist, who was arrested for DUI, had his charges dropped after police determined he wasn't stoned enough to convict.
T.I.'s "No Mediocre" has all the markings of a hit. A steal-drum DJ Mustard beat, a feature from the chart-topping Iggy Azalea, and most recently, a beef. Azealia Banks, major label casualty and notorious Twitter troll took to her favorite social media service to call T.I.
Entertainment tabloids have a habit of reporting first and asking questions later. Most of the time, their "journalism" goes without consequence. As long as "sources say," magazines will publish. Today, however, TMZ reports that In Touch may have a legal battle on their hands.