Usher's made a splash with his Polow Da Don-produced smash "Love in This Club," featuring Young Jeezy. The remix pits Ursh's vocals alongside Beyonce and Lil Wayne. But according to Plies, he and Mariah Carey were suppose to take the "Club" track to the next level, not B and Weezy. "At the time, it was conveyed to me that it was supposed to be Usher, Mariah Carey and me," Plies explained. "Obviously, that was a no-brainer as far as putting down what I had to do. I sent two verses to them. Then I get a call from a friend of mine at a radio station that they was getting ready to go with the record, but the version they had didn't have me on it." [MTV News]

Lil Flip is okay and, in fact, just returned from touring overseas, according to his manager, Sandy Lal. Reports surfaced that the Houston rapper was injured recently in a car accident and BCD music even released a statement on the incident. But Lal cleared up the mistake. "Lil Flip was not involved in any accident," he said. "He's very healthy and just returned from overseas touring." [AHH]

He's been a rap star for years now, and has had his turn on the big screen, now Snoop Dogg takes his turn in the cartoon world. The Los Angeles rapper is set to release "Adventures of Tha Blue Carpet Treatment," an animated production that follows Tha Doggfather in a series of comedic run-ins and various plots and situations. The story will feature guest appearances from a number of stars, including The Game, Katt Williams, and E-40. The DVD is set to be released June 24.---XXL staff.