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Jay-Z Rocafella partner “Kareem Biggs Burke” – Business Partner Cops To 9 Murders New York, NY - Kareem "Biggs" Burke, the Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder...
EXCLUSIVE Mariah Carey wants a divorce and wants it badly, but Nick Cannon will not cooperate ... TMZ has learned. Sources connected with the former couple tell TMZ ... Mariah has been trying to get Nick to sign off for nearly a year, but he just won't do it and won't say why. The couple separated in August 2014 and Nick filed in December of that year. As we reported, in December 2014 Nick and Mariah struck a property settlement agreement and they agreed to joint custody. We're told all of the issues have long been settled, yet Nick repeatedly has declined to sign the papers that would make the divorce official. Our sources say Nick -- even though he wanted out of the marriage -- still loves Mariah and doesn't want to officially let her go. He also doesn't want Mariah to marry her fiance, James Packer. Our sources say Mariah is frustrated and not flattered at all. She wants out ... and now. We reached out to Nick ... so far no comment.
Macklemore of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performs on stage at Manchester Arena on April 12, 2016 in Manchester, England. In March, it was the Internet's delight to discover that Macklemore owns a naked oil paining of Justin Bieber with a syrup-drenched pancake draped over his erect -- ahem -- silverware. The piece hangs in the rapper's studio apparently, but we never knew why until now. Watch Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Perform 'Dance Off,' 'Downtown' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Macklemore told TMZ, joking at first, "It's an investment piece. I think that that painting is going to be worth a lot of money. I search eBay and Etsy for fine pieces of art. It cost me about $20, I'm pretty sure that the minute that the Justin Bieber album went No. 1, I'm pretty sure that painting went to about $30, $33. Do the math, man." Macklemore And President Obama Make History With Joint Weekly Address On Opioid Crisis The rapper then revealed he actually b..
Wait What! Nick Cannon Want To Battle Eminem For $100K London, England - Nick Cannon is still looking for an opponent for his $100,000...
EXCLUSIVE Farrah Franklin, a former Destiny's Child singer, got busted for public intoxication -- note the red nose in her mug shot -- and allegedly told police she should've downed even more alcohol. According to cops ... Farrah got into an argument with a male friend around 3 AM Thursday outside a gym in DeKalb County, GA. When officers showed up she said she was not ready to go home, and added ... "These n***** won't leave me alone." Cops noticed signs of drunkenness -- odor of booze, slurred speech and bloodshot eyes -- and asked how much she'd been drinking. She fired back, "Not enough." Farrah -- who was in DC from 1999 to 2000 -- was arrested and booked for public intoxication and possession of a small amount of weed. Bail is set at $250. She's still in custody.
Breaking News Prince died from an opioid drug overdose ... according to multiple reports on the medical examiner's testing. The ME's Office has been conducting toxicology testing on the singer, and TMZ has confirmed the results point to an "opioid overdose." We broke the story ... 6 days before his death, Prince had nearly died from a Percocet overdose that forced an emergency landing in Moline, IL ... where he had to get a "save" shot. Percocet is an opioid -- a combination of oxycodone and acetaminophen (Tylenol) -- but the AP report doesn't specify what opioid was in Prince's system. As we've reported, Dr. Michael Schulenberg was at Paisley Park the morning Prince died there -- and Dr. Howard Kornfeld's son was also there with opioids used to treat addiction. Schulenberg's attorney has said he did not give Prince any meds that morning.
In early April, former music producer and politician Ronald Savage claimed hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa sexually abused him as a teen during an interview with the New York Daily News. One week later, three other men also accused Bambaattaa of sexual abuse. Bambaataa denied the allegations and said he "never abused anybody" during an interview with Fox 5 in May. Zulu Nation, the hip hop awareness organization Bambaataa founded in the late 1970s, initially denied the sexual abuse claims in a statement released to the Daily News. They called Savage "mentally challenged" and said "the N.Y. Daily News and its so-called objective reporters have been compromised and controlled by U.S. government intelligence.” Related Ronald Savage of Alleged Afrika Bambaataa Sex Abuse Speaks Out Afrika Bambaataa Has Responded to Allegations of Sexual Abuse Three More Men Step Forward Accusing Afrika Bambaataa of Sexual Abuse But on Tuesday, the same group apologized to Savage and the other alleged vic..
Justin Bieber hosted his "Purpose Tour" pop-up shop at the Toronto menswear boutique Nomad earlier this month. The two-day event gave Bieber's Canadian fans a chance to cop some of the coveted merch that has been available on his tour, in addition to some new Toronto-only pieces. Now, Bieber and Nomad are giving fans everywhere an opportunity to get their hands on some of the merch. A selection of styles that were for sale exclusively at the pop-up shop are now available online. The pieces, which were designed in collaboration with Fear of God's Jerry Lorezno, include a blue hoodie with a maple leaf on the front and "Bieber" and the number "6" across the back, as well as a white hoodie with maple leaf on the front but with the metal-inspired "Purpose Tour" logo and "Nomad" on the back. Both also feature graphics down the sleeves. Related Justin Bieber Offering Exclusive Merch at ‘Purpose’ Pop-Up Shop in Toronto (UPDATE) Here's What You Can Expect at Justin Bieber..