Anna Wintour, the crotchety old editor of U.S. Vogue has banned Rihanna from ever appearing on the cover of Vogue after someone in Chris Brown's camp was thoughtful enough to share Rihanna's nude pics with the world!!

The only other black females to grace the cover of the historically racist magazine are talk show Diva Oprah Winfrey, Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Who does Anna Wintour think she is to deprive Rihanna of the opportunity to share such a honor with those distinguished women?

I say we boycott U.S. Vogue! If they ban Rihanna from the cover, we should never support the magazine again. Are you with me?

From Celebitchy via Star magazine:

“It could have been Rihanna’s shining moment: the cover of Vogue! But when the nude pictures hit cyberspace, her once-in-a-lifetime chance was gone in a flash. Rihanna and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour had been talking for weeks about doing the cover and an inside spread, says a close friend of the singer, who adds that the two even chatted about it at the Met Costume Institute Gala on May 4. “Anna told her Vogue absolutely loves her and really wanted to work with her. Rihanna was ecstatic!” But since the photos came out, says the friend, “Anna hasn’t returned any of her calls. Rihanna’s so upset!"

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Next week, American Idol contestant Adam Lambert will "come out" to the world in an exclusive interview in the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine. “He didn’t want it to be an issue during the contest, but he’s fine with his sexuality,” a source tells the New York Post.

Are they kidding? Who didn't know this boy was gay before, during and now after American Idol?

Why do we have to wait until he "comes out of the closet" when the closet door is already hanging off it's hinges?

According to Fadedyouth blog, "photos of Adam kissing a man have been published extensively on the internet and were discussed by conservative commentators on The O’Reilly Factor."

And still there are women who don't believe he's gay and they hear it from his lips. No wonder the HIV rates are skyrocketing!

Rap artist T.I. entered a minimum security federal prison in Arkansas on Tuesday of this week to begin serving a 366 day sentence on gun charges.

While incarcerated, T.I. might be a little lonely. He has already told family and friends not to visit him because he wants to tough it out and do his time and come home. I assume he doesn't want his children to see him behind bars.

If you want to drop T.I. a note to cheer him up, you can address your letters to:

    REGISTER NUMBER: 59458-019
    P.O. BOX 9000
    FORREST CITY, AR 72336


I was just talking about this irresponsible rumor last night with a friend. We couldn't believe Essence put this out. Isn't Essence supposed to be a legitimate news source? Why didn't Essence at least contact someone at Grand Hustle before publishing this story? It would have been as easy as calling or emailing Hannah or Clay.

It's almost like Essence is attempting to compete with certain blogs that routinely and intentionally fabricate stories to drive traffic to their websites.


A publicist for rapper T.I. is denying reports that his client got married to his longtime girlfriend Tameka "Tiny" Cottle during a private ceremony in Miami two weeks ago.'s Kenya Byrd reported Tuesday that the couple had exchanged vows, based on an unnamed "source close to the bride." The source said, "All I am allowed to say is that T.I. and Tiny are officially husband and wife." The Web site also reported "the intimate affair was attended by close family members and select members of Grand Hustle, the rapper's label imprint."

However, T.I.'s publicist Sydney Margetson on Wednesday told Sister to Sister magazine that the report is “absolutely not true.”

Meanwhile, Tiny and Lil Wayne's ex-wife Antonia "Toya" Carter are starring in a new reality show to premiere on BET June 30 at 10 p.m.

Titled "Tiny and Toya," the half-hour series will follow the "two dynamic, young women immersed in the craziness of the hip hop world, but striving to find inner strength, peace and purpose," states a BET press release.

BET will air a preview special, Monday, June 15 at 10pm/9c followed by a sneak peek Sunday, June 28 (immediately after the BET Awards).

CBS, the parent company of Atlanta's ratings leader V-103 sent a clear message to one of its radio jocks: "disrespecting their advertisers won't be tolerated."

Greg Street, who holds down the 6-10 spot Mon-Sat, was placed on a one-week suspension for taking out his personal grievances against a local promoter in a series of "tweets" on the social networking website over the weekend.

Street's suspension began on Tuesday (5/26).

The world is going gaga over the premiere of Lady GaGa's video for her UK hit "Paparazzi." By the way, Lady GaGa is signed to Akon's label. I'm not a fan of GaGa or her music, but this track is growing on me. I can see it being a club favorite on this side of the Atlantic. The video, on the other hand, is one long, boring distraction! Hopefully the label will release an edited version of this video that cuts right to the track.

Thanks to loyal readers BevG and Gina of for sending the links to this story. Brenda Lee, a reporter for the heretofore unknown Georgia Informer, was dragged kicking and screaming from the L.A. airport tarmac where Barack Obama's Air Force One was parked awaiting his arrival.

According to online reports, Ms. Lee, who described herself as a "Roman catholic priestess" had planned to personally deliver a letter to Obama encouraging him to take a stand against gay marriages. But two Secret Service agents forcibly removed her from the area before she could get her chance.

So the White House approves press credentials for just anybody now? I guess I'll apply for one then.

As each day passes, it becomes more and more obvious to kool-aid drinkers that Barack Obama is not the Messiah they thought he would be.

Of course, some of us weren't fooled by his slick talk and good looks. We saw right through Obama from the start. But now others are seeing the light.

Gay groups are upset -- and rightfully so -- at an obvious snub delivered by Mr. Bendover during a DNC fundraiser where he helped raise $4 million on Wednesday:

From the NY Times:

"A gaggle of sign-waving protestors milled around outside The Beverly Hilton, the sprawling hotel on Wilshire Boulevard. They must have caught the president’s eye when he arrived at the hotel from an earlier stop in Las Vegas because he relayed one of their messages to the crowd.

"'One of them said, 'Obama keep your promise,’ ' the president said. 'I thought that’s fair. I don’t know which promise he was talking about.'

"The people in the audience – who paid $30,400 per couple to attend – laughed as they ate a dinner of roasted tenderloin, grilled organic chicken and sun choke rosemary mashed potatoes."


Obama is a master at conveniently forgetting -- or claiming not to know anything when a controversial issue arises.

Let the fireworks begin!!


Rihanna's lawyer just said the D.A. told him his client will be subpoenaed at the next court hearing.

Donald Etra said Rihanna will be called to the stand to testify at Chris Brown's preliminary hearing on June 22.

Etra says his client will cooperate and take the stand. It's not at all unexpected that the alleged victim would be called to the stand in a prelim.

Also today, the judge rejected a motion made by Chris Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, asking for an order requiring the LAPD to ante up info regarding leaks in the case.

Hey, Obamaholics: Can we go ahead and say that Barack Obama's so-called $747 billion "Stimulus" bill -- the one that he never even bothered to read before signing -- is an epic failure now?

According to FOX News, the bill has failed to stimulate anything. In fact, the U.S. unemployment rate continues to climb with job losses numbering 16,000 each day!

But we already knew Obama's wasteful spending bill was full of it. We knew that the bill contained billions in pork and pay offs to Obama's cronies for helping him get elected.

The president called the stimulus package "the most sweeping economic recovery act in history -- a plan designed to save jobs, create new ones and put money in people's pockets." He said it already has created or saved nearly 150,000 jobs...

Texas Rep. John Culberson called the stimulus package "a fiscal flop and nothing to celebrate," and he said that since the bill was signed Feb. 17, "1.597 million jobs have been lost and unemployment numbers at their highest levels in two decades."

We're happy to see that Oscar winning actress Halle Berry is back on the wagon again after numerous paparazzi photos circulated around the blogs showing Halle looking dangerously thin. Some speculated that Halle may have been hitting the pipe, but those vicious rumors were never confirmed.

New paparazzi photos (from last week) reveal Halle's new pixie hair cut. Again, we won't bother to say who the inspiration behind Halle's new look is. We'll just post the pics and allow you to draw your own conclusions.

Photos by INF (Rihanna) and (Halle)

Who wore these strappy gladiator sandals worse: Rihanna or Lindsay Lohan? I'm going to say Lindsay wore these sandals worse. And I'm not saying that because RiRi is my favorite fashion icon either. Lindsay looks like she borrowed those sandals from one of her more trendier friends. Home girl has no style or class whatsoever.

From Perez Hilton:

B's camp has announced that there will be 1,000 tickets priced at $20 a pop for each date on her North American tour!

Fans of Beyowulf can purchase the cheapie tix via Ticketmasterbeginning Friday morning.

Is Miz Knowles gifting her fans with affordable tickets because she's feeling generous or because they weren't selling otherwise??


Songstress Mary J Blige, left, and rap legend-turned-actress Queen Latifah attended a private dinner for the new group Electrik Red somewhere in NYC last night. Don't they look beautiful?
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These two still together? Christina Milian and her prop The Dream attended a private dinner for Electrik Red somewhere in NYC last night.
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I see your girl Christina is still getting some publicity mileage out of that bottle of bleach dye and that package of Yaki.
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This is the new group Electrik Red. I guess the label felt they had to stick a sista in the group to make them legit. I'm not impressed. These chicks look like every other packaged female group already out. Clearly they were manufactured for their looks vs. their talent. Not feeling them at all. NEXT!
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The lead singer of the punk/rock group The Noisettes is a lovely black female. Her name is Shingai Shoniwa, which is an Asian name. She doesn't look at all like she's Asian to me. But then neither does Ne-Yo who is also part Korean.
UPDATE: According to loyal reader Tatenda, Shingai is originally of Zimbabwean descent.
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Everybody's favorite Socialite Kim Kardashian and her prop Reggie Bush were spotted at that boring Denver Nuggets vs. LA Lakers game at the Staples Center yesterday. We were beginning to wonder if they were still together. LOVE the Chanel bag and the Christian Louboutin booties. No one can say Miss Kim isn't all the way up on her style game!
Photos of Kim and Reggie: Splash News Online

Club promoter Aubrey "AB" Berry, left, with singer Ne-Yo in an undated photo by Prince Williams/ATLPICS.NET


A judge has lowered bail for a Snellville man accused of murdering Atlanta rapper Dolla at a Los Angeles shopping mall. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Terry Bork reduced Aubrey Louis Berry’s bail to $2.1 million from $5 million on Tuesday.

Berry, a 23-year-old music promoter, is accused of gunning down Dolla, whose real name was Roderick Anthony Burton II, in the valet parking area of the Beverly Center. Berry’s attorney, Howard Price, said his client was acting in self-defense when he shot 21-year-old Dolla repeatedly with a 9 mm handgun.

Dolla’s stepfather, George Viera, said the rapper was in Los Angeles planning a birthday party for his longtime girlfriend.

The rapper was a protege of hip-hop star Akon and recently released two songs with the artist. [link]

Loyal reader Charles sent me this coupon for a free Ciara CD with every purchase of a KFC original recipe sandwich combo, which includes a chicken sandwich and a beverage.

This can't be true! Are Ciara and her label this desperate to move a few more of her CDs off the shelves? By my last count, CiCi needs to sell (or give away) approximately 450,000 more CDs before the coaster can go gold. Maybe some of her rabid (and very immature) Stans can stop hating on her critics long enough to go purchase her album (or a chicken sandwich) so she can move that much closer to her goal?

I don't know (or care) enough about Barack Obama's new Supreme Court nominee to even give an educated guess as to what all the fuss is about. But hopefully this editorial from the Washington Post will give you some insight into why the Republicans are so unhappy with Obama and his nominee.

From the Washington Post EDITORIAL: A judge too far

    With his nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the U.S. Supreme Court, President Obama has abandoned all pretense of being a post-partisan president. While he may like to think of himself as a thoughtful moderate soaring above the issues that divide America, his actions reveal what hides under that hopeful lining.

    Presidents usually nominate judges that espouse their philosophy. So what does this nomination tell us about Mr. Obama's true colors?

    Even the liberal establishment worries that Judge Sotomayor tilts too far to the left. New Republic essayist Jeffrey Rosen reports that fellow liberals who have watched or worked with her closely "expressed questions about her temperament, her judicial craftsmanship, and... [they have said] she is 'not that smart and kind of a bully on the bench.' "A suspiciously high number of her decisions have been overruled by higher courts. Wendy Long of the Judicial Confirmation Network said that record shows "she is far more of a liberal activist than even the current liberal activist Supreme Court."

    There will be much to say in days to come about Judge Sotomayor's manifest lack of appropriate judicial restraint and about other problems in her record. For now, though, three red flags beg for attention.

    Speaking at Duke University Law School in 2005, Judge Sotomayor said the "Court of Appeals is where policy is made." On its face, the assertion runs counter to more than 200 years of American legal tradition holding that courts are merely meant to interpret existing law, not actively make policy choices.

    Immediately realizing she was on thin ice, the judge continued: ". . . and I know this is on tape and I should never say that, because we don't 'make' law." To much laughter, and with facial and hand gestures to indicate that her next line was to be taken with humor as a useful fiction, she added: "I'm not promoting it and I'm not advocating it."

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...such as the one about Tiny and T.I. getting married in Miami two weeks ago. Or the one about Knaye West's gay azz romancing our Rihanna. Please... Did we really need a publicity rep to clear up that rumor by saying, “Kanye is all over Rihanna’s album - not all over Rihanna!”

By the way, since Kanye is producing tracks on RiRi's new album, does this mean we will get to hear what RiRi's voice sounds like piped through an auto tuner? This should be interesting. While we're not fond of Knaye personally, we LOVE and appreciate his music!

Here is the new music video for their God awful track "Paranoid". Let's hope the rest of her CD doesn't sound like this.

Apparently T.I.'s manager Clay Evans is a chocolate lover's dream?

Loyal reader Oneal wrote:

Sandra Sandra,

Mmmm mmmm mmmm!! Chile...... Thank you for putting up that beautiful picture of Clay Evans and some other man. I just keep refreshing over and over so I can reacquaint myself with his face. He looks like a milk chocolate covered malt ball ready to be devoured! You have GOT to put up a morning glory post on this one here. Don't post nothin' else today......leave the post right where it is. Why why why.....would anyone want vanilla when they can have chocolate.

P.S. I'm getting ready to go buy a can of chocolate covered cashews....

Oneal (who is a female) expressed some dismay when I informed her that Mr. Evans is a happily married man (for over 20 years). But he loves the ladies on, which is why he didn't hesitate to reach out to us on Tuesday!

The posts will be slow today because I'm currently handling personal business. My apologies to my loyal readers who visit daily for the latest up-to-date (accurate) celebrity news & entertainment.

Yesterday I wrote a post about a reckless rumor that was tweeted on the social networking website by Atlanta mix DJ Greg Street who holds down the 6-10 spot on V-103.

As some of you know, Street took to on Sunday to announce "Breaking News" alleging that T.I.'s road manager Clay Evans slapped AG Entertainment boss Alex Gidewon in the face during a dispute over VIP wrist bands at T.I.'s Farewell concert after party at the Velvet Room. Even after being corrected by numerous individuals, including myself, Street stuck to his story alleging that Evans told him he slapped Gidewon -- a V-103 client whose substantial advertising dollars makes up a sizable portion of V-103's operating budget.

Anyone who does business in the corporate world knows you that never throw your advertisers under the bus or disrespect your advertisers in a public forum -- unless you're bent on committing career suicide. This is not about me -- as AJC writer Rodney Ho tried to make it out to be in a blog post on yesterday -- this is about a radio DJ who is more like a loose cannon, running amok disparaging one of his employer's biggest accounts.

Street has become a liability to V-103, and if V-103 management doesn't think so then maybe their other advertisers should take heed because they might be going under the bus next.

Clay Evans and Tracye Bryant, who works for T.I.'s label Grand Hustle and who was also smeared by Street on Twitter, reached out to yesterday to set the story straight.

Said Clay Evans via phone:

Beyond the ignorance of Greg [Street], I just really wanted anybody involved to know that there was no violence perpetuated. I have been in a friendship with Alex [Gidewon] for well over 15 years and I value our friendship. It was a verbal altercation in the heat of the battle of what we do. And it just so happens that it was done publicly. On a personal level, I have way too much respect for Alex and his entire family. I have relationships with Alex and his entire family.

And it was just a situation that occurred between friends. No malice was meant, no recourse, no intentions of glory. Beyond the friendship, it was business. We have done numerous business together from humble beginnings. So I don't want anybody to think that there was a vendetta for Alex and that there was any, like malice. It was just a verbal exchange that was done in the heat of battle, and unfortunately some people used it as their opportunity to dig at somebody that they had personal issues with anyway. He and I would have spoken about it the next day. This is not the first argument that we have had, you know what I mean? I have genuine love for him and his family, you know what I mean? And it hurts me that probably now me and him can't get to talk.

It's just unfortunate that it involves this unnecessary attention. That two individuals that have sat down and broke thousands and thousands of dollars amongst each other. Beyond that, our friendship has spanned over 15 years. It's like two brothers, you know what I mean? Everyone knows that Alex is high strung and I'm high strung and we bumped heads, that's all. And we're going to continue to do business together and we're going to continue to be amongst each other, you know. Some people feel this is their opportunity for their personal gain. And I don't agree with it and I don't want it to go any further. It's insulting to me. We're friends. It bothers me a lot and that's what it is.

Tracye Bryant whose name was dragged into the drama by Street, added:

It's going too far basically. It's going way too far. I don't think anybody expected for it to go this far.

Alex Gidewon is expected to sit down with CBS honchos today to air out his grievance. CBS Radio, Inc. is the parent company of V-103.

"Remember Me" featuring Mary J Blige is one of the last tracks T.I. recorded before turning himself in to prison officials in Arkansas today to begin serving a 366 day sentence (he will get time off for good behavior). The track was leaked a couple of weeks ago but links were quickly taken down.

Shout outs to my nephew over at Hiphopupdate for the final, mastered version of the blazin' track!

This will be my last T.I. post today. You don't understand how emotional people are in Atlanta right now. Grown men are tearing up and females are off in a corner crying.

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Rumors that Mike Tyson's 4-year-old daughter has passed away are untrue. She remains in critical condition in a pediatric intensive care unit after being found unconscious in her Phoenix home:

The boxing bad boy's 4-year-old daughter, Exodus Tyson, is currently on life support after getting her neck tangled in a cord from a treadmill in her Phoenix home Monday.
Police say Exodus was playing on the exercise machine at the time of the mishap. Her 7-year-old brother discovered her and called for his mother, who was cleaning in a separate room at the moment of the accident. She called 911, and the child was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. (Police have not released the mother's name.)
Tyson, 42, was in Las Vegas at the time, but has since arrived in Phoenix to be by his daughter's side.
"The Tyson family would like to extend our deepest and most heartfelt thanks for all your prayers and support, and we ask that we be allowed our privacy at this difficult time," the boxer's rep said in a statement.
The child is described as in "extremely critical condition." READ MORE...

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I just got off the phone with T.I.'s assistant who was on a flight with T.I. about an hour ago. So I know that T.I. is on his way to the prison:

A noon deadline passed Tuesday and rapper T.I. had not gone through the gate to the federal prison in Forrest City, where he was to begin serving time for a weapons conviction.

T.I., whose real name is Clifford J. Harris Jr., was to report at noon CDT to the minimum security prison on the complex to start his year and a day sentence. He performed over the weekend in Atlanta, where he told his audience he'd return in "366 days."

A federal prisons spokesman said after the deadline that Harris was not listed in custody.

Harris could face more than eight years in prison if he does not meet terms of his plea deal. READ MORE...

UPDATE: reports that T.I. arrived at a correctional facility in Arkansas to begin serving his 366 day sentence before noon today. I confirmed this with my source who says T.I.'s manager Clay Evans was so saddened that he told T.I. he couldn't make the trip with him. Grand Hustle CEO Jason Geter made the trip to Arkansas with T.I. instead. T.I. left his family and staff with plenty of cash to make it through the year. His welcome home concert is going to be off the chain!!

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I didn't go inside the club, but I made my way to the Velvet Room on Sunday night to see for myself the huge crowds that descended upon the popular Velvet Room nightclub on Sunday night hoping to be a part of T.I.'s final send off before he enters the federal prison system in Arkansas today.

The line that wrapped around the nightspot located in a suburb of Atlanta, was longer than any I had ever seen at Vision nightclub, which was the predecessor to Velvet Room before it was torn down to make way for Trump Tower in midtown. I should have snapped a pic with my new Sidekick LX 2009 of the red taillights from cars backed up on the exit ramp on I-285. It was a spectacular sight! But none more spectacular than seeing the throngs of beautiful women who came out in the drizzling rain to bid T.I. a fond farewell... until next year.

Enjoy these pics sent by Prince Williams of, and don't forget to visit for more pics from the party!

T.I. arrives in style

Followed by Tiny and her trendy entourage

Alex Gidewon (AG Entertainment) greets T.I.

NBA star Amar'e Stoudemire (Phoenix Suns)

Rap star Maino

T.I. and Sarah Chapman

T.I. and Tiny held a cookout at their estate yesterday for family and friends. A friend said of T.I., "At some point he's going to break down [and cry]. I don't know when, but he's going to break down."

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Greg Street, a local radio DJ for a popular Atlanta urban station staged an inflammatory publicity stunt involving violence against a prominent local businessman on the popular social networking/micro blogging site

Street, who has fallen behind in the ratings to Hot 107.9's Durrty Boyz Show, took to Twitter yesterday afternoon to announce that events promoter Alex Gidewon, of AG Entertainment, was bitch slapped by T.I.'s manager, Clay Evans, during a dispute at the Velvet Room nightclub where T.I. held his official after party for his farewell concert on Sunday night.

Street wrote:

@djgregstreet 6 o'clock News Reports: Clay Evans (TI's road manager) slapped Alex aka AG Ent last night at Velvet Room.

Not only was the statement untrue and reckless, but Street's odd stunt involved two local businessmen (Gidewon and Evans) who contribute directly to his employer's bottom line.

Street's perplexing behavior comes at a time when most radio stations across the country are reeling from the effects of the recession and making deep cuts to their staff. Street's stunt was even more puzzling in light of the fact that Gidewon is one of V-103's most prominent sponsors, contributing more in advertising revenue annually to the station than corporate giants such as Coca Cola.

Gidewon reacted swiftly to Street's shocking allegation by reaching out to V-103 station management last night and threatening to pull his advertising from the station unless there was an equally public retraction from Greg Street on the air today.

Sources believe that DJ Greg Street fabricated the rumor about Gidewon in retaliation for Gidewon's refusal to hold a mixtape release party last year at the Velvet Room for Street's mixtape Sertified Worldwide, which Street released independently after Interscope Records refused to promote the project.

Street was also involved in a very public spat with music mogul Jermaine Dupri that led to Dupri quitting his Saturday night mix show on V-103. Polow Da Don also allegedly dropped Street from his Zone 4 Records label.

Street managed a half assed apology to Gidewon and Evans last night on Twitter, but it might be too little too late:

@djgregstreet: Ok alex, clay said [he] didn't slap you. He just put his hand [in] yo face 2 let you know what it really could. we show luv.

From ContactMusic:

Prison-bound rapper T.I. played a rousing farewell gig to fans on Sunday (5/24) as he winds down his career before embarking on a year-long stint behind bars.

The Live Your Life hitmaker will hand himself over to the authorities by noon on Tuesday (5/26) to start his 366-day jail term, which he was handed in connection with his recent conviction on weapons charges. T.I., real name Clifford Harris, Jr., asked lawmakers to delay his sentence until he could secure a a cell in a minimum-security prison near his home in Atlanta, Georgia.

His request was denied and he must report to authorities in Forrest City, Arkansas on Tuesday as planned. But that didn't stop the star from taking to stage one last time to thrill fans, who have bombarded the star with messages of support ahead of his jail term.
The gig, at Atlanta's Philips Arena, saw a crowd of 16,000 wave banners and cheer as T.I. brought his five children on stage during his track No Matter What.

And he thanked the audience for sticking by him throughout his troubled past: "I'm going to stand up tall, head up high. Thank you for all of your support. "What I need y'all to do is pray for me while I'm gone. I'll see y'all in 366 days."

Grand Hustle comic Lil Duval and TV personality Kenny Burns performed before a fashionably late T.I. hit the stage

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Superstar rapper Young Jeezy and his CTE crew, in conjunction with Stainless Entertainment, presented a Memorial Day Weekend kick off party at Diamonds in Miami, Florida over the weekend. Jeezy's Miami fans showed him love in the streets outside the club. I rep Miami hard. That's where I attended school from 6th grade through college. I wish I'd gone to Miami this weekend. The malls were dead in Atlanta.

(Click image to see if your man was there)

The rooftop of the upscale Gansevoort hotel on South Beach is where it all went down on Saturday. Jeezy held his ultra private pool party for a select few friends and family. It looked like word got out didn't it?

Two of my favorite rappers together: Young Jeezy and Maino (he needs to drop that album!) Maino caught a flight to Atlanta after the pool party to attend T.I.'s sold out farewell concert at the Philips Arena. I got stuck in that traffic on Marietta Street yesterday, and I wasn't even going to the concert. It was gridlock!

I see Jeezy's workout plan is bringing results for him. He dropped a couple of pounds from his frame and bulked up his bulging biceps.

Jeezy greeted rapper Faboloso (R) who attended his private pool party on the rooftop of the Gansevoort hotel on Saturday.

I have one word for her: Pilates.

Video vixen-turned-actress Megan Good partied at Diamonds strip club with Jeezy, CTE, and Chris and Champ of Stainless Entertainment based out of Atlanta. They don't look it, but these dudes are ballin' out of control. The ones you need to avoid are the ones who flash the (fake) bling as bait to hook the golddiggers.

This is an example of a real hood chick from The Bottom. I hear some Atlanta chicks got into it with some hood chicks from Liberty City and ended up getting their wigs tossed!

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The man police say fired the shots that killed up-and-coming Atlanta rapper Dolla in a Beverly Hills shopping mall pleaded not guilty in a L.A. courtroom today.

Aubrey Berry, aka "AB", a 23-year-old Atlanta nightclub promoter, pleaded not guilty to one charge of murder and two counts of assault with a firearm. Police say Berry followed Dolla, 21, real name Roderick Anthony Burton II, to a PF Changs restaurant inside the upscale Beverly Center shopping complex where he was confronted by Dolla and his crew in the restaurant restroom.

After throwing up gang signs (Dolla was allegedly a member of the Crips) a fight ensued and spilled outside the restaurant. Other reports say Berry was in the valet area waiting for his car when Dolla and two others, his cousin Scrapp Deleon and local rapper D.J. Shabazz, approached him. Berry's attorney said he felt threatended and drew his weapon firing two shots into the back of the unarmed Dolla as he ran away. One bullet pierced Dolla's heart killing him.

According to one source, Berry was licensed to carry a concealed weapon, which explains how he was able to get the firearm through airport security. Berry remains jailed in L.A. on $5 million bail.

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Oscar nominated actress Taraji P. Henson looked good enough to eat at last night's U.S. Dream Academy's 8th Annual "Power of a Dream" Gala at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in D.C.

They almost look like twins. Actor Tom Cruise, right, and his adopted son Connor Cruise watched the Lakers lose to the Denver Nuggets in a nail biter last night in game 2 of the Western Conference Finals at the Staples Center in L.A. The series moves to Denver on Saturday for game 3.

This is getting ridiculous. Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith need to cut this boy's hair. He looks too much like a girl.

EDIT: I was JOKING. It was a joke! Call off the dogs! I can't believe this went over some of your heads. Some of you need to get a sense of humor.

I urge TV personality Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth to make an appointment with her plastic surgeon expeditiously to see why one of her man-made boobs is sitting up higher than the other one. That looks painful.

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