The Wu-Tang MC put R. Kelly's stinky armpits on blast, poked fun of Diddy and took shots at metro-sexual rappers. Nothing was off limits to Meth, not even the quality of Lil' Kim's notorious coochie. "Is the p*ssy good?"
Hmmm? Valid question. She has gotten a few cats to trick off some real high-end luxury items. Heck, she's even gotten a career from it. I'll toss that one to the peanut gallery. What's the verdict on Kimmy's magic box?
Now, there may be a 12th installment in the works. New Line is in talks with horror production company Platinum Dunes to relaunch the series, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
5 presidents are on a plane
Five presidents are on a plane: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and George W. Bush.
George Washington says, "I will make someone happy!" and throws a dollar bill off the plane.
Then Abraham Lincoln says, "I will make five people happy!" and throws 5 one dollar bills off the plane.
Then John Adams says, "I will make 500 people happy!" and throws 500 one dollar bills off the plane.
Then Thomas Jefferson says, "I will make the whole world happy!" and throws George W. Bush off the plane.
The machines can only be used by patients who are prescribed marijuana for health reason. California is one of 11 US states that allows the medicinal use of marijuana - a practice barred by federal law.
Hospital officials denied that the Bronx-born superstar who is expecting twins was at the medical center. Two hospital sources, however, said she was “in
The 28-year-old was seen sobbing on the streets of Los Angeles last year (07) after a fight with Campbell caused her to quit her job as the catwalk model’s assistant. Caribbean-born Sutherland - who was born a boy but underwent a sex-change - was said to have been devastated after the death from pneumonia of her “soulmate” Andrew Richardson, 24, who died just ten days before her suicide. In an email to friends she wrote: “He’s now gone, I’m all alone, my heart is empty, my life is empty. I don’t think life’s worth living after losing a close one.”
The wife says, "Wow! That's great! I'm so happy! Should I pack for the ocean, or should I pack for the mountains?"
He says, "I don't care. Just get out!"
"HGH (human growth hormone) is nothing," the 61-year-old actor tells Time magazine in its February 4 issue.
"Anyone who calls it a steroid is grossly misinformed."
Because it is nearly undetectable, HGH has become a substance of great concern in major league baseball and other sports battling allegations of rampant doping.
"Testosterone to me is so important for a sense of well-being when you get older," Stallone says.
"Everyone over 40 years old would be wise to investigate it because it increases the quality of your life. Mark my words. In 10 years it will be over the counter."
Officials say 37-year-old Toby Taylor was jailed Thursday in lieu of $100,000 bail on involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment charges.
Authorities say Kirsten Taylor was found unconscious Wednesday night at their Lower Windsor Township home. She was taken to York Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Police charging documents say Toby Taylor first said his wife was shocked by a hair dryer. But police say when burns were found, he told them he had clipped a cord to his wife and plugged it into an electric strip three or four times.
York County Coroner Barry Bloss calls it a case of "bizarre sex," and says, "Even if you did it before, you have to know you could kill someone."
NEW YORK (Billboard) - If all goes as planned, rapper Joe Budden will release his first album in five years, "Padded Room," in the spring.
"Padded Room" will be the follow-up to 2003's "Joe Budden," which launched the hit "Pump It Up." Three editions of his "Mood Muzik" mixtape series have followed, but Budden told Billboard.com that he's looking forward to another proper album release.
"It's complete," Budden said of "Padded Room," which will be released by Amalgam Digital. "It basically will be in the same vein as 'Mood Muzik,' just a little more structure, and the mood will probably be a little lighter. I'm definitely pleased with the direction that it's going."
Budden had intended to release a second album called "The Growth" in the wake of the self-titled record's success. But it was scuttled by a deteriorating relationship with Def Jam, his label at the time, and a rumored feud with outgoing CEO Jay-Z. Nowadays Budden says that "the relationship went sour over the years, not something that just happened spontaneously or instantly. It was kind of a developing process."
Looking beyond "Padded Room," Budden hopes that there won't be as long a wait for his third album. "I'm in the studio every single day, vibing and coming up with ideas," he said. "There's always music around to put out, so you'll hear more from me sooner than later, I hope."
As they meet, one man looks at the other knowingly, points to his foot and says, Vietnam, 1969."
The other points his thumb behind him and says, "Dog crap, 20 feet back."
A bus stops and two Italian men get on. They seat themselves, and engage in animated
conversation. The lady sitting behind them ignores their conversation at first, but her attention
is galvanized when she hears one of the men say the following: ''Emma come first. I come. Dennis
come and Dennis come again. I come again. Two asses, they come together again. I come again
and pee twice. Then I come once-a-more.'' ''You foul-mouthed swine,'' retorted the lady
indignantly. ''In this country we don't talk about our sex lives in public.'' ''Hey, coola down lady,''
said the man. ''Imma just tella my friend howa to spella Mississippi.''
Trevor Smith best known as rapper Busta Rhymes pleaded guilty to charges related to fourseparate incidents on Wednesday in Criminal Court.A Manhattan judge has sentenced the rapper to three years of probation and 10 days of community service for assaulting his a fan and former driver. Busta will have to serve a year in jail if he violates the probation.Rhymes also has been fined $1,250, plus court costs, and must enroll in a drunk driving program for driving while intoxicated and with a suspended license.
Heath Ledger was unresponsive when a housekeeper found him in a Manhattan apartment Tuesday.
The Academy Award-nominated actor was found dead Tuesday of a possible drug overdose in a Lower Manhattan apartment, the New York Police Department said. He was 28.
Ledger's former girlfriend, actress Michelle Williams, who was shooting a movie in Sweden, was informed of his death late Tuesday night, a movie production company spokesman said.
Williams left early Wednesday morning with 2-year-old daughter Matilda Rose, the spokesman said. Ledger was the child's father.
"Pills were found in the vicinity of the bed," he told CNN. "This is being looked at as a possible overdose, but that is not confirmed yet," Browne said.
Browne later told reporters some prescription medications were found in the room, including sleeping pills. He said the pills were not "scattered around," as had been reported.
No note was found and there was no indication of foul play, Browne said. Ledger was found about 3 p.m., and was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency personnel about 3:30 p.m.
Ledger's family on Wednesday called his death "very tragic, untimely and accidental.
For some strange reason, the response one might expect from a Western news anchorman giving this interview -- something like: "Hold up, hold up, hold up... WHAT?! Murdered WHO?!" -- was conspicuously absent.
Even stranger still, the fact that on the BBC version of this interview, available on their website (view here), the only part of the interview that is edited out is the approx. 20 seconds where Bhutto makes the mention of Osama bin Laden having been murdered by a man named Omar Sheikh.
NEW YORK - Heath Ledger was found dead Tuesday at a downtown Manhattan residence, and police said drugs may have been a factor. He was 28. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said Ledger had an appointment for a massage at the Manhattan apartment believed to be his home. The housekeeper who went to let him know the masseuse had arrived found him dead at 3:26 p.m.
A large crowd of paparazzi and gawkers began gathering Tuesday evening outside the building on an upscale block in SoHo, where several police officers guarded the door.
The Australian-born actor was nominated for an Oscar for "Brokeback Mountain," where he met Michelle Williams in 2005. The two had lived in Brooklyn and had a daughter, Matilda, until they split up last year.
He most recently appeared in "I'm Not There," in which he played one of the many incarnations of Bob Dylan as did Cate Blanchett, whose performance in that film earned an Oscar nomination Tuesday for best supporting actress.
Ledger was to appear as the Joker this year in "The Dark Night," a sequel to 2005's "Batman Begins." He's had starring roles in "A Knight's Tale" and "The Patriot," and played the suicidal son of Billy Bob Thornton in "Monster's Ball."
Ledger grew up in Perth, and began doing amateur theater at age 10. At 16, he moved to Sydney to pursue an acting career, quickly landing TV movie roles and guest spots on Australian television.
After several independent films and a starring role in the short-lived Fox TV series "Roar," Ledger moved to Los Angeles and costarred in "10 Things I Hate About You," a teen comedy reworking of "The Taming of the Shrew."
Offers for other teen flicks came his way, but Ledger turned them down, preferring to remain idle than sign on for projects he didn't like.
"It wasn't a hard decision for me," Ledger told the Associated Press in 2001. "It was hard for everyone else around me to understand. Agents were like, 'You're crazy,' my parents were like, 'Come on, you have to eat.'"
Supermodel Kate Moss has ordered her lawyers to sue British Sunday tabloid the News of The World over allegations that she had a cocaine fueled orgy with 3 pals during a bash for her 34th birthday last Wednesday.
The News of The World claimed that Kate got “hot and sweaty” with two female models and a male guest - while a crowd of onlookers “snorted cocaine and ogled the eye-popping performance.”
They even quoted a source as saying: “Kate was loving the attention from the girls, the bloke—and the crowd. It was standing room only.
“They were all over each other but it was her night.”
“Kate kept disappearing into the toilets with her friends for giggles and girly chats. She was full of energy that night.”
“Security was watertight,” the source allegedly claimed to the newspaper. “Nobody made it through the suite doors who wasn’t already on a pre-approved list. Once you were inside it was obvious why.
“People were doing cocaine all over the place. They were chopping out line after line on the expensive furniture and snorting it up. The lights were low and there were scented candles all over the place.
“When Kate arrived, she reached for a Diamond Chaser—a cocktail of vintage champagne and cognac—and made her way to the master bedroom.”
A rep for Kate’s modeling agency Storm has slammed the report - branding it ‘false and defamatory’.
Rap bad boy P Diddy is changing his nickname for the sixth time - and now he wants to be known as Sean John.
The 38-year-old hip-hop mogul, whose real name is Sean John Combs, will have the same title as his fragrance.
The New Yorker, who has also gone by the aliases Puff, Puffy, Puff Daddy, and Diddy, said: “I have always evolved and taken a different name each time.
“It’s nothing unusual where I come from.
“Right now I want to be Sean John because that’s where I am.”
In 2005, Combs - who was then known as ‘Puff Daddy’, appeared on the Today Show and announced that he was altering his stage name yet again, dropping the “P.” and referring to himself simply as “Diddy,” saying that “the P was getting between me and my fans.”
However, by changing his name to simply ‘Diddy’ - he upset Richard “Diddy” Dearlove, a London based DJ, who threatened to sue Combs, and an out of court settlement of $220,000 was agreed. As a result, Puff Daddy was unable to use the name Diddy in the UK.
Not everybody is happy that Oprah Winfrey has given Rabbi Shmuley Boteach his own show on her XM radio channel, Oprah and Friends, starting Jan. 28. They question how Oprah, Barack Obama's most famous backer, could give the coveted slot to Rabbi Shmuley, aRudolph Giuliani booster.
The "Kosher Sex" author held a fund-raiser for Giuliani's presidential bid at his mansion in Englewood, N.J., last year.
"I don't understand why someone like Oprah, who ostensibly supports the causes of women and people of color, would hire a host who raised money for Giuliani," said Randy Credico, the comedian-turned-activist who's director of the William Moses Kunstler Fund for Racial Justice and who was the subject of the Jack Black-produced documentary "60 Spins Around the Sun."
"Giuliani has a history of treating women like dirt, including the mother of his children. And he's never distanced himself from racist supporters like radio hostBob Grant, who called Martin Luther King a scumbag ...
"Oprah has a lot of explaining to do."
A spokeswoman at Oprah's Harpo Productions told us, "It's a nonissue. The political affiliations of our hosts are their personal choice."
Said Rabbi Shmuley: "I agreed to host a fund-raiser for Rudy Giuliani based on his staunch support for the state of Israel, and based on my suggestion and subsequent conversations with his senior staff concerning tax-deductible marital counseling becoming an essential platform of his campaign. ... My commitment is ... to the security of the only democracy within the Middle East, America's staunch ally, Israel, and the viability and unity of the American people through strong American families.
"I will gladly agree to host Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, or any other candidate who embraces those important values."
It's not known whether Oprah will give Rabbi Shmuley, who has eight kids and who hosted the TV show "Shalom in the Home," a program on her new cable TV network.
Usher’s father, Usher Raymond III, passed away at an Atlanta hospital on Friday, the R&B star’s rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The cause of death was not immediately known and Usher was unavailable for comment.
The funeral will take place this week at the Taylor funeral home chapel in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press was first to report the news.
Usher and his wife Tameka recently celebrated the birth of their son, Usher Ramond V.
– Tiffany McGee
NEW YORK (Billboard) - Rap star Missy Elliott has popped up here and there in the past few years (namely, in a Doritos ad campaign), but there hasn't been much in the way of new music from her since 2005's "The Cookbook."
Now the wait is over, in the form of the new songs "Ching-a-Ling" and "Shake Your Pom Pom," which will appear on Atlantic's "Step Up 2 the Streets" soundtrack (February 5) and Elliott's new album (likely due in May).
At No. 57, "Ching-a-Ling" is currently the top debut on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Elliott is hoping to reunite with producer Timbaland, who has been behind some of her biggest hits but wasn't much of a factor on "The Cookbook."
Rap bad boy 50 Cent has denied reports that he is to help Micheal Jackson revive his fledging career.
Rumors have ben flying that the ‘In Da Club’ star would help produce some of Wacko Jacko’s new album - and possibly collaborate with him on one of the tracks.
But 50, real name, Curtis James Jackson III, says there’s nothing in it and reckons Jackson doesn’t need even his help.
He said: “It’s not true. Anyway, what can you possibly teach Michael Jackson about music – nothing.”
50 headlined at Harry O’s on Saturday night at the Sundance Film Festival and refused to get off stage.
Event organizers told him his time was up, but the rapper turned entrepreneur carried on much to the delight of Paris Hilton and her rich pals who were situated in the front row.