Surveillance Video Supports Suge Knight’s Claim That He Was Attacked by 2 Men He is Accused of Running Over
New surveillance video from a fast food restaurant seems to support incarcerated hip hop executive Suge Knight’s claim that he was ambushed and attacked by two former friends. Knight said he was fleeing for his life when he accidentally ran over both men with his red SUV. At least one of the men appeared to have a gun in his hand. Knight was later arrested after he turned himself in to the LAPD.
Beyonce Knowles-Carter and Kim Kardashian‘s daughters are earning their keep as mini models, so it’s only fitting that R&B Princess Ciara‘s son Zahir earns a living too. The chubby 6-month-old will appear in mommy’s music video for “Body Party”.
Rapper Iggy Azalea, singer Rita Ora and actor Michael Madsen filmed a KILL BILL inspired music video for Iggy’s single “Black Widow” in Los Angeles. One of the scenes for the video featured Iggy and Rita as femme fatales with samurai swords killing Michael Madsen after trapping him behind a locked gate in an alley. An introduction scene was also filmed in a restaurant where Iggy Azalea is working as a waitress when Rita Ora and Michael Madsen walk in together and sit at a table.
B. Smyth‘s New Single “Twerkoholic” was co-written by Smyth and producers Big B and Lamb. After creating a huge online buzz on the blogs — Vine, Twitter, Instagram, etc., his record label made it his first single.
B. Smyth’s 2 singles prior to “Twerkoholic”, “Leggo” and “Win Win” featured rappers 2 Chainz and Future respectively, but B. Smyth didn’t want a feature on this song so he could stand alone as a new artist paving his way and path in the business.
Beyoncé & Jay Z On Set in Los Angeles – April 17 pic.twitter.com/U8srbSz0j1
— Beyoncé Lite (@BeyonceLite) April 18, 2014
Hollywood Power Couple Beyonce and Jay Z were spotted riding a motorcycle on the set of a music video in LA on Thursday, April 17. I’m impressed with the body language on display in this photo. This looks like Love to me.
Rapper Mack Maine gave a statement to XXLmag.com denying rumors that Lil Wayne signed gay rapper Fly Young Red to a record deal.
Red’s homoerotic track “Throw That Boy Pu**y” garnered over 600,000 views on YouTube.com — mostly from curious onlookers.
Rapper Diamond is back. The 25-year-old Atlanta native was seen strutting her stuff on the set of her music video in Brooklyn, NY today. Diamond burst onto the rap scene in 2004 as a member of Crime Mob. The group’s hits included “Knuck If You Buck” and “Rock Yo Hips”. Diamond left Crime Mob in 2007 to pursue a solo career. She has been struggling ever since.