FOX TV’s musical drama ‘Empire’ is smashing TV ratings records, and every up-and-coming artist wants their time to shine on the show. Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson stars in ‘Empire’ about a dysfunctional family running a hip hop record label. But there’s one artist you won’t see on ‘Empire’ — if entertainment mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs has his way.
You’re not the only one who is confused about the vicious beat down Drake received at the hands of rap mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs at Club LIV in Miami over the weekend. The skirmish sent Drake to the hospital after he aggravated an old shoulder injury.
It seems the rap beef goes all the way back to June when Puffy complained bitterly onstage about the Canadian rapper stealing a beat he commissioned from music producer Boi-1da.
Miss Info breaks it all down for you after the break:
Sean Combs’ concubine, Cassie Ventura, is no longer embarrassed about the facial scar resulting from a head injury she received in a sport utility accident. Unfortunately for her, Cassie was not wearing the recommended protective head gear while riding a 4-wheeler.
Remember when we thought rap mogul Sean Combs would settle down with washed up singer Cassandra Ventura? Cassie wished Puff Daddy a happy 44th birthday today on Instagram.com. Sadly for her, Sean has already moved on to another woman (according to my inside source).
But luckily for her, Sean is skilled at juggling more than one woman.
UPDATE: One of Puffy’s other baby mamas, Kim Porter, also wished the tycoon a happy birthday today (thanks Bird!).
Is Sibley Scoles the latest addition to media mogul Sean Combs’ harem? Combs hand picked Scoles for the coveted spot as his host on Revolt TV. Since then the two have been nearly inseparable. Scoles is a bisexual actress who gives equal time to men and women.
Music producer Swizz Beatz and his pregnant wife Alicia Keys celebrated his birthday with a ‘Coming To America’ themed birthday party in NYC last night. Invited guests included LaLa and Carmelo Anthony, Swizz’s ex- Mashonda Tifrere, rapper DMX, rap mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, and more.
Death Row Records owner and chief instigator Shug Knight was shot multiple times at an unofficial pre-Video Music Awards party hosted by Chris Brown in Los Angeles on Saturday. (The VMA folks were quick to disassociate themselves from Brown’s event after the shooting.) Knight — who at 49 is way too old to be partying in nightclubs — was reportedly shot at least twice and as many as six times.
Some believe Brown was the intended target of the gunman. According to social media reports, before the shots rang out, Brown stood with his arms outstretched as if he was invincible.