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(NSFW) Chocolate Droppa was just trying to relax when out of nowhere Paul Cain starts throwing bars at him… Just like all the rest Paul Cain had to learn the hard way not to mess  with the Droppa.

This chile needs some serious help.

Video: The Braxton’s Talk Sibling Rivalry and More With Dr. Phil

Posted March 1, 2012 7:10 PM By Deirdre B Pride

From money and fame to infidelity and open marriage, Grammy Award-winner Toni Braxton and her sisters, stars of the WE TV hit reality series Braxton Family Values, open up to Dr. Phil about their family drama. Get a glimpse of their lives behind the scenes. And, meet the woman who knows the sisters best: their mom, Ms. Evelyn.

No, Toni still ain’t talkin’

Trina Braxton opens up about her troubled marriage while her sisters weigh in — some, a little too much. Guess who!!!


The Braxton sisters ask Dr. Phil and Robin to explain how they maintain a healthy marriage while living in the public eye.



For more, visit http://www.drphil.com

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Janet Jackson Turns Down X-Factor: “Unrealistic at This Time”

Posted March 1, 2012 6:28 PM By Deirdre B Pride

Wonder no more.  Ms. Janet is officially off the list of possibilities for  judges on The X-Factor.  She declared that her  Number Ones Up Close and Personal TourYou may recall the icon coyly denying she was not a judge on the X-Factor.  Personally, I think a Jackson….I mean a real Jackson, should be somewhere on that panel.  A member of music royalty would be a perfect match!!!

Well, you can officially cut that list by one, because Janet Jackson tells TheInsider.com that she is “very flattered that X Factor let me know that I was being considered for next season, but it just wouldn’t be possible.”

Citing a previous commitment to her Number Ones Up Close and Personal Tour (which kicks off again this summer) and Lionsgate (the studio behind Tyler Perry’s movies), Janet simply felt taking on a TV gig would be “unrealistic” at this time.

Janet’s team added, “There have been absolutely no meetings between Janet and anyone with regard to X-Factor,” so apparently her rumored participation was simply a fan fabrication. Although it’s easy to understand why the hit-maker’s name would be bandied about, since she’s topped the charts for more than three decades!

I thought the tour was over with.


Insider via Huffington Post

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The owner of the Newark, N.J., funeral home that handled services for Whitney Houstonsays the home had nothing to do with a photograph that surfaced showing the singer’s body in an open casket.

But Carolyn Whigham of Whigham Funeral Home and two pastors say they do know who took the photo that ran in the National Enquirer. They just aren’t identifying the person and say that’s up to the Houston family.

Whigham told The Star-Ledger of Newark Thursday her funeral home “had no role in this shameful betrayal.” She was responding to what she says are claims that either she or her employees were involved.

The 48-year-old Houston died Feb. 11 in California. Whigham says she determined the photo was taken Feb. 17, a day before the funeral.

Wow, sound like a family member or close friend.  Who do you think it was?  No doubt if it was you know who, they would tell it all.  That’s just scandalous.


Source NY Daily News

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Chardon High School Gunman Charged as Juvenile

Posted March 1, 2012 5:03 PM By Deirdre B Pride

I know this is some straight up non sense.

Calm down….this is just the beginning.  The move appears to be a tactic that will keep him from getting the death penalty.  I can only guess.  A full explanation isn’t very clear at all.  It appears that the tactical measure should put TJ Lane behind bars for life with out the possibility of parole when convicted.  The prosecutor sounds really soft towards the accused, which surprises me in  a case so heinous.  Prosecutor David Joyce describes TJ Lane as someone “who’s not well.”  Does he sound soft to you?  “Not well” describes a sick or mentally unstable person to me.  Can the door be open for an insanity plea?

A teenager was charged in juvenile court Thursday with killing three students in a school shooting, the first step in proceedings that could see him charged as an adult and facing the possibility of life without parole if convicted. The charges filed in Geauga County juvenile court accuse T.J. Lane, 17, of killing three students and wounding two others in the shooting Monday morning at Chardon High School, about 30 miles east of Cleveland. He is charged with three counts of aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of felonious assault No motive has been determined. Prosecutor David Joyce has said that victims were selected at random and that Lane is someone “who’s not well.” Children convicted of juvenile crimes in Ohio are typically behind bars only until they turn 21 in the most serious cases. But Joyce has already said he plans to charge Lane as an adult, meaning he could face life in prison without parole if convicted of similar adult charges. Minors are not eligible for the death penalty in Ohio, whether they are convicted as juveniles or adults. Lane, who attends an alternative school for students who haven’t done well in traditional schools, admitted taking a .22-caliber pistol and a knife to Chardon High and firing 10 shots at a group of students sitting at a cafeteria table Monday morning, Joyce said. Killed were Demetrius Hewlin, 16, Russell King Jr., 17, and Daniel Parmertor, 16. The motive for the shooting is unclear, though Joyce has appeared to rule out theories involving bullying or drug-dealing.

So what do you think?  Do you have  a soft spot for the lad?

Source: New York Daily

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Official “Pink Friday: ROMAN RELOADED” Album Cover Released!

Posted March 1, 2012 4:55 PM By Deirdre B Pride

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Who says divas have to be difficult? After her performance at the start of the NBA’s 2012 All-Star Game on Sunday, Nicki Minaj graciously invited MTV News into her dressing room before she even got a chance to catch her breath. Once inside, the reigning rap queen spoke on balancing her pop status with her hip-hop background and used her recent Grammy performance to contextualize things.

“That’s just who I am. I was a theater major; I studied theater,” Nicki Minaj told MTV News. “It’s funny because, even with the Grammys, that wasn’t the first time I’ve done theater. Like ‘Moment 4 Life,’ I did a skit I was pretending to be an old lady, Martha, when I did ‘Right Thru Me,’ I did a skit. I always try to do that when I have the forum to do it.”

Before she took the stage to perform “Roman Holiday” at the 2012 Grammy Awards ceremony, Nicki prefaced her stage show with the “Exorcism of Roman” mini-movie. Her recent theatrics, which have drawn a ton of criticism, aren’t a far cry from the skits that appeared in her “Moment 4 Life” and “Right Thru Me” videos.

Nicki may have started out a rapper, but she has grown to be so much more. A number of her recently released songs, which are being used to set up her sophomore Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, have been pop affairs. From the RedOne-produced “Starships” to “Roman Holiday,” there will be songs that will exist outside of the canon of traditional hip-hop. However, Nicki’s recently released “Roman Reloaded” single featuring Lil Wayne proves that she can still spit bars with the best of them. (After all, she did rank #4 on MTV News’ “Hottest MCs in the Game” list.) Still, Nicki insists that she is merely being herself.

“I guess I am pop culture just because what I’m doing seems to be popular. When people want to do what you’re doing, it’s kinda popular,” she reasoned. “I don’t ask girls to wear pink hair; they just do it. It’s not about black or white; I think it’s just a statement. It doesn’t matter which color you are; it’s just a statement of being fearless.”

Being fearless is also about knowing when to cut an interview short. “OK, bye, y’all. Get out of my dressing room,” Nicki joked.

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