Eminem sat down with host Anderson Cooper for a chat on CBS’ 60 Minutes which will air on Sunday, October 10, at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Until then, here are 2 short previews. Above, he talks about having no profanity around his house. Down below, he tells the host how he would create rhymes with the word ‘orange’.
After releasing his "Before I Self-Destruct" album and going on a massive world tour, 50 Cent traded his mic for a script for the new movie "Twelve," due in theaters this Friday (Aug. 6). The Joel Schumacher-directed drama, in which the rapper plays a ruthless drug supplier opposite Chace Crawford and Emma Roberts, is one of multiple film projects he's lined up over the next year to establish himself as an acting…Continue
Yvonne Davis' outrage upon hearing that a third-grader handed out bags of heroin at her grandchildren's Wilkinsburg school was tempered only by the fact that none of the children sampled the drug.
"Oh my Lord Jesus, there but by the grace of God these kids are all right," said Davis of Wilkinsburg, PA, whose two granddaughters attend Turner Elementary School. "It's very scary to hear that this…Continue
Disgraced former pro-football star Michael Vick will appear on CBS' 60 Minutes on Sunday. It will be his first interview since being convicted of running an illegal dog-fighting ring: a crime that landed in federal prison for 18-months and got him suspended from the NFL.
The interview -- conducted by CBS Sports/NFL Today anchor James Brown on Monday, August 10 in Virginia -- will be broadcast on 60 Minutes at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
Grammy-winning rapper Clifford "T.I." Harris will reportedly serve around 60 days behind bars, 305 days less than his original sentence for felony gun charges case.
The reduced sentence was reportedly dolled out as a result of time already served on home detention.
The rapper had faced a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each charge in his three-count indictment but Harris will be credited for 305 days of… Continue
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"The problem with the music industry is that we don't support out own culture. We rather bootleg albums instead of paying that 11 to 15.99 for that disc or buy it off of itunes. Meanwhile white folks support each other in everything they do from…"
"This b**** is too sensitive... she shouldn't give this kind of s*** any attention... It's not a good idea to p*** off the folks that you need to spin your music... despite her spins on pop stations, she should want the hip hop stations on…"