Info On The Games New DVD

ImageStop Snitchin - Stop Lyin is the most controversial DVD in hip hop history. Multi-platinum rapper The Game is in rare form giving the world an inside look at what really went down after leaving his popular "unit" and dropping "300 Bars," including the beginnings of the "G-UNot" movement. In "Stop Snitchin - Stop Lyin," The Game candidly talks about his rap career, personal life, ex-label mates, and exposes the truth about the fall out with his former crew with help from the Black Wall Street camp and numerous other celebrities. Add a comment

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BRYANT STRUGGLED TO COPE WITH 50 CENT'S REAL-LIFE STORY

ImageGET RICH OR DIE TRYIN' star JOY BRYANT feels sure she'll never have a grittier film role than playing 50 CENT's girlfriend in his semi-autobiographical biopic - she almost had a breakdown on the set.

The sexy actress confronted the rapper, who she is reportedly now dating, about his life and how he kept his head - because she was losing hers as the depressing story unfolded.
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Police: Prison Beef Led to Movie Shooting

ImageThe fatal shooting at a theater where the 50 Cent movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" was playing stemmed from an old prison beef, police said Tuesday after they made an arrest in the case.

Larue Graves of Aliquippa was arrested at motel Tuesday and charged in the Nov. 9 shooting of Shelton Flowers. The two men, both 30, were in prison together, police said. Add a comment

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Murder Inc Trial Brief/Day 3

 Day three of Murder Inc. money laundering trial got off to a confusing start today as prosecutors and defense attorneys argued over the relevance of text messaged conversations between Irv Lorenzo "Gotti" and Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff. Add a comment

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DMX Gets 70 Days in Jail

 Rap and hip hop artist DMX was sentenced to 70 days in the court hearing in Queens, New York last Friday. He will be spending his 70 day sentence on Rikers Island.

Criminal Court Judge Dorothy Chin-Brandt sentenced DMX to his 70 day sentence for violating probation and showing up late yesterday to his court hearing.
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D-Block Vs. The Diddy

  Last week, D-Block members, Styles P and Jadakiss of The L.O.X., discussed their frustrations with the music industry with Angie Martinez on New York's Hot 97. Eventually an on-air battle ensued with Sean "Diddy" Combs over the artists publishing rights. Add a comment

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