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TV One’s ‘Celebrity Crime Files’ Will Spotlight Chris Lighty’s Death
TV One’s ‘Celebrity Crime Files’ Will Spotlight Chris Lighty’s Death
The untimely death of Chris Lighty sent a shock wave through the hip-hop community in 2012. The apparent suicide left many close friends and family questioning if there was any foul play. On tonight’s episode of Celebrity Crime Files rappers LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes will discuss their suspicions of wrongdoing involving his death...
Mya Hints 50 Cent Confessed To Lying About Their Relationship
Mya Hints 50 Cent Confessed To Lying About Their Relationship
Back in 2005, 50 Cent released a diss song aimed at Game called, "Not Rich, Still Lyin'." In the song, Fif also claimed that he had relations with R&B singer Mya with the lyric, "And I get baddest bitches, man, I even fucked Mya." Since then, the two have gone back and forth in a he-says, she-says war of words and when a member of ThisIs50.com...
Diddy’s Name Is Being Brought Up In Jimmy Henchman Trial
Diddy’s Name Is Being Brought Up In Jimmy Henchman Trial
The rap feud that reportedly led to the 2009 execution of 50 Cent's friend Lowell Fletcher reportedly involved Diddy, as the mogul's name was recently brought up in the Jimmy Henchman trial. Supposedly, a few years prior to the murder, Diddy called a peace conference between Henchman and Chris Lighty according to Khalil Abdullah, a former associate of Henchman, who testified in court Wednesday abo
Missy Elliott Remembers Chris Lighty’s Hustle And Dedication A Year After His Death
Missy Elliott Remembers Chris Lighty’s Hustle And Dedication A Year After His Death
One year ago today, Chris Lighty suddenly and tragically passed away, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most influential hip-hop managers and music executives of all time. Today, Missy Elliott, who worked with Lighty extensively as part of his Violator Management roster, released a statement to XXL remembering how he helped mold superstars and laid out a blueprint for successful managers in th

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