50 Cent doesn't handle separation like most people. So when G-Unit took to the Nokia Theater last night in Manhattan, Fif made sure to take the opportunity to remind everyone where Young Buck stands in the pecking order now. "I wanna do Buck," he said to the crowd, before impersonating the former G-Unit member. "'Shawty Wanna Cry With Me,' y'all wanna hear that?" 50 was joined on stage by Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. LL Cool J also made a surprise appearance, spittin' his verse to the remix of G-Unit's "Straight Outta Southside." [MTV News]

Young Jeezy wants everyone to be clear. Although the former trap star told VIBE he respects John McCain, Jeezy has since taken to wearing "My President is Black" T-shirts, a nod to Barack Obama. Now the Def Jam star has posted a video on USDA2Day.com explaining the confusion, if there was any, about who he supports. "I represent the Democratic party," he said. "I've never been nor do I plan to be a John McCain supporter. I support Barack Obama."

DJ Irie, spinner to Shaquille O'Neal and the official Miami Heat DJ, celebrated his birthday this past weekend with his "Simply Fit Irie Weekend." The three-day bash featured Timbaland debuting new songs from his upcoming album, Shock Value 2, Friday night at Cameo. And this past Saturday, a charity dinner attended by the beat maestro, as well as Ne-Yo, who performed and raised money for the Big Brothers Big Sisters foundation---XXL Staff