Tahiry brought the BUBBLE out for 50’s “Before I Self Destruct” New York Screening. We know somebody has to be in her ear after the break up with Joe Budden. Tahiry knows she has something that every man breathing wants to get a major piece of! More booty everywhere when you… Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on November 7, 2009
Posted by Media Outrage on April 30, 2009
Lloyd Banks hit up Prime in NYC last night for his birthday bash. Wackest rapper alive, Tony Yayo was in the building but no sign of 50 Cent. Ladies, if Lloyd was a regular Joe from around the way, could he get the digits, dinner, or MIDDLE FINGER with a lot of PEPPER SPRAY??
Posted by Media Outrage on November 17, 2008
Beyonce, 50, Snoop, Luda, Nelly and a few more performed at MTV’s “TRL” Total Finale Live show yesterday at MTV studios in TImes Square. Diddy was also on hand for the finale. Teyana Taylor, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks also performed for the fans.
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Posted by Media Outrage on October 17, 2008
The gang was all together the other night for Eminem’s book release party in NYC. Em’s book is entitled “The Way I Am.” If Em’s sharing his life in the pages then there should be plenty of pill poppin’ excitement. LL is still ripped as hell and looking quite young. G-Unit compadres Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks were in the building. We can say that after purchasing Lloyd Banks’ last album The Rotten Apple, it was truly one of the wackest albums ever put on a best buy shelf.
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Posted by Media Outrage on June 19, 2008
Young Buck quickly released Taped Conversation in response to 50 leaking a conversation from over a year ago (aint that some ish) in which Buck became a little emotional and basically started crying like he was watching them put one of his homies in the ground. Thats definitely some stuff for fiddy to release that for the world to hear Buck sobbing, begging not be thrown the h out of G-Unit, and basically acting like the lead actress from your favorite daytime soap. Listen Here.
Here are some of the lyrics:
“B—h n—s do b—h thangs/ Look at 50, what he do just to get fame/ Record my phone call when I spoke from the heart/ That was a year ago, this was a joke from the start/ You a ho, I know/ The only people that record conversations is 5-0.”
“If a real n—a cry, it’s real pain/ I don’t feel no shame.”
Mediaoutrage– We just hope Buck got that hug he needed because it is a real tear jerker to hear a man need acceptance like that from another man/human being. Next time Buck just wrap your arms around your own self buddy and rock your self to sleep, you’ll be alright guy.
Posted by Media Outrage on April 9, 2008
G-Unit is getting sued by Cynthia Reed who is James Rosemond’s mother, the son of Jimmy ‘Henchman’ Rosemond CEO of Czar Entertainment.
From her attorney….
Attorney Richard Reich:
Today, April 9, 2008, we have filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court, New York County, on behalf of Cynthia Reed and her son, James Rosemond, against those defendants alleged in our civil complaint to be responsible for the assault and battery and false imprisonment of James. In our complaint, it is alleged that on March 20, 2007, at approximately. while on a public sidewalk, James, a then 14 year old boy, was attacked by member (aka Marvin Bernard), Lowell Fletcher and others simply because he was wearing a shirt displaying the name of a business rival. Yayo admitted in Criminal Court that he in fact violated New York State Penal Law when he harassed James and glared at him in a manner meant to threaten him. Fletcher admitted in Criminal Court that he in fact violated New York State Penal Law, while acting in concert with another, when he endangered the welfare of a child – James.
We have named in the complaint defendants Yayo and Fletcher, and two, as of yet, unnamed adults, who participated in the attack on James. Additionally, we have named as defendants those individuals, partners and corporations we allege are responsible for the actions of those who attacked James, including, Curtis Jackson (aka), Records, Inc., Interscope Records, Inc., Shady Records, Inc., Universal Music Group, Inc., Violator Records, LLC., Violator Management, and Chris Lighty. We are seeking compensatory damages for the injuries suffered by James, as well as punitive damages for the attack upon a child by adult men.
“My son James was 14 years old when he was attacked by Tony Yayo, Lowell
Fletcher and other adult men. Because of the injuries suffered by James, and the lack of remorse and arrogance displayed by Yayo, G-Unit and all named in the lawsuit, I feel obligated as a mother to bring this suit and obtain justice for my child. Even though Yayo plead guilty in Criminal Court to harassing my son and Fletcher plead guilty to endangering my son, neither Yayo nor G-Unit members have ever apologized to my son or me.”
Thanks Rachel for the info!
Posted by Media Outrage on April 2, 2008
50 had this to say to MTV about his G-Unit com padres…..
“Each person in G-Unit has earned over $10 million in their career at this point. Outside of the guys that didn’t release product — M.O.P., Spider Loc, Olivia — the guys that had their project go out physically. I didn’t say they have $10 million, I said they’ve seen $10 million. What they did with their paper, I don’t know.
I think you have to give them something to blow it out of proportion. Buck did that. I think that what he was saying, in order to validate himself as a man, he feels he has to go against what I’m doing, similar to some of the things we’ve seen from Game… [But then] he’ll back off of it, when we’re in direct conversation. When he’s out in public, he’ll say something. They’re like my younger brothers, but they’ll do sh– for attention. They’ll do things, then when I look like, ‘What are you doing?’ They’ll be like, ‘Oh, nah, because you was doing this. … Because you didn’t call me when you were on the international tour.’ I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me? You didn’t call neither, so what does that mean?’ ”
Mediaoutrage– That’s definitely some sensitive b*tch sh*t right there.
Posted by Media Outrage on March 11, 2008
G-Unit covers the May issue of XXL. Do they still have rap on lock??? Even though 50 is still making money hand over fist they’ve had a few wack releases lately. Lloyd Banks’ album Rotten Apple being possibly the worst hip-hop album ever and that’s so crazy being that he’s the most gifted lyricist out of these jokers.
Posted by Media Outrage on February 15, 2008
Tony Yayo and an associate named Lawell Fletcher plead guilty yesterday in court to backhanding the 14 yr old son of rival record exec Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond. Lawell will serve 9 months in prison while Yayo was hit with 60 days community service. (wow didn’t they plead guilty to the same thing?)
The boy’s mother Cynthia Reed has spoken out against this judgment, Yayo, 50, and their endorsers.
“As much as Marvin Bernard tried to wiggle his way out of his role in assaulting my son, who is a minor, he had to accept responsibility to accept a plea deal,” Ms. Reed stated. “He couldn’t hide behind 50 Cent, G-Unit, Violator management or his co-defendant. This malicious crime against a child is despicable and any industry sponsor or company that supports individuals like Tony Yayo should remove themselves from a relationship with him and his affiliated entities.
“A public apology is appropriate at this time, not only from Tony Yayo but from 50 Cent for denying this event ever happened— as if my son was lying when all along they knew this assault had taken place,” Reed said.
Interesting what a little Bleek status will get you.