The last time we caught up with our hero he was being arrested for in Manhattan. NYPD released him later that day just in time so that he could catch up on the latest Baby Phat fashions for Spring 2007. The old man in the club of G-Unit aka Tony Yayo accompanied 50 Cent at the star studded fashion show.

Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown both attended the Baby Phat dinner after-party and managed to stay on opposite sides of the room. A source disclosed to me that event photographers tried to coax the two to pose side by side but they declined.

Jim Jones and Cam’ron represented for the Dips at Funk Master Flex’s Annual Custom Bike and Car Show this weekend in Atlantic City. It’s good to see that Jimmy finally took note of my “dirt angel” comment my and decided to take a shower. Now that’s what I like to see. Ballin’! Cam on the other hand looks like he just left the dialysis clinic. Tighten up boy.


Speaking of Harlem cats, Diddy’s shirt looks like it provided a little bit of comedic relief at the show. “I represent Harlem World not Melrose place” is a very laughable statement coming from him. Apparently Flex and Michael Kyser can’t believe the shit either. I don't think Big L intended for that to happen.

Ghostface Killah, Lupe Fiasco, Busta Rhymes, Spliff Star, Papoose, the oh so sexy DJ Kay Slay, and Flava Flav were among the sea of people who packed the Atlantic City Convention Center.

While the rest of his hip-hop counterparts enjoyed different parties and events over the weekend, Jay-Z kicked off his world tour. Last night while performing in Bratislava, Slovakia he unveiled a possible release date to his upcoming album, which is rumored to be titled Presidential Gala. A Nah Right reader who attended the show was able to snap a picture of the announcement that flashed across the venue’s megatron but wasn’t able to capture the entire date. But word on the street is that Jay’s album will drop November 21st, which is a precisely one week after Nas’ alleged release date for Hip Hop Is Dead.

Now that would be interesting.