Atlanta rapper Yung Joc regrets making Forbes’ Richest Rappers list. Yung Joc, whose real name is Jasiel Robinson, was an up-and-coming rapper with a regional hit titled “It’s Goin Down” when he signed to Sean Combs‘ Bad Boy Records in 2006. Bad Boy released Joc’s debut album New Joc City which shot to #3 on the Billboard charts. Forbes took note of the young rapper’s success. In 2006 Joc was ranked #20 on the Forbes’ Richest Rappers list with an approximate personal wealth of $10 million. That’s when, Joc says, his friends and family started counting his money for him. “It made people really upset,” Joc said.
Human beings were designed to reproduce. So it should come as no surprise that Beyonce‘s father, Mathew Knowles, is doing what he was specifically designed to do. At his age (63), he might as well sow his wild oats while he still can.
Knowles has already acknowledged the paternity of his first son born out of wedlock to Alexsandra Wright (pictured above).
Reality TV star Stevie J was rudely awakened this morning by cops who arrested him for failing to pay over $1 million in child support.
According to a source (not TMZ), the cops stormed the Atlanta home of Johnny Cabell — Stevie’s manager — searching for Stevie who thought Cabell’s home would make a good hiding place.
Alexsandra Wright, the mother of Mathew Knowles‘ only son Nixon Knowles, lost her case that would’ve forced Knowles to increase child support payments.
A judge ruled that Knowles, the father of singer Beyonce, was all caught up on his child support payments, and that he didn’t owe Wright any more cash for at least 2 years.
Now Wright is hitting the talk show circuit complaining bitterly that she and her son are flat broke and forced to move out of their comfortable suburban house and into a donated mobile home in a run-down trailer park.
Here is an Exclusive video of an interview featuring Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star Mimi Faust a few hours before her sex video was leaked online by Mona Scott-Young who directed and produced the tape. Mimi spoke to Hip Hop Enquirer‘s Dennis Byron and blasts Stevie J over her missing child support checks. Mimi and Mona have set black women back a hundred years.
Yesterday, a gossip tabloid reported erroneously that rap artist Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (“Petitioner”) lost his court case to baby mama, Tamika Fuller. The tabloid, Radar Online, reported that Chris was ordered to pay $35,000 for Tameka’s attorney fees.
That’s what her side wants you to believe.
Ludacris did not lose the court battle for custody as was widely reported yesterday.
Click the link below for the correct information regarding Chris Bridges vs Tamika Fuller.
Illseed of Allhiphop.com is a professional who always links back to Sandrarose.com, unlike MediaFakeout. But a post Illseed published on the hip hop site today got it all wrong.