Liza Rios sits down to talk to Ms. Drama about Big Pun’s upcoming documentary.
She also gets Liza to open up about the Abuse, living in a shelter, Fat Joe not giving back the money and Pun industry friends not sticking around.
FAT JOE RESPONDS:
Fat Joe Responds To Big Pun’s Wife! “I Have Never Made A Dollar Off Pun After He Died.
She Had 100K’s After Pun Died. You Disrespecting His Legacy Puttin Out DVD’s Of Him Slappin You”
A spokeswoman for John Hughes says the director of 1980s coming-of-age films like “Sixteen Candles” and “The Breakfast Club” has died in Manhattan.
Michelle Bega says the 59-year-old Hughes died of a heart attack during a morning walk. He was in Manhattan to visit family.
He made a teen star of Molly Ringwald with 1984′s “Sixteen Candles” about a girl’s nightmarish birthday on the eve of her sister’s wedding.
Ringwald also starred in “The Breakfast Club,” about a group of high school misfits during Saturday detention, and “Pretty in Pink.”
Hughes also directed “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and wrote “Home Alone.” He lived in Illinois and set many of his films in the Chicago area.
Hughes’ iconic coming-of-age work included such films as “The Breakfast Club,” “Sixteen Candles” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” He also directed 1985′s “Weird Sience,” 1987′s “Planes, Trains & Automobiles,” 1988′s “She’s Having a Baby,” 1999′s “Uncle Buck” and 1991′s “Curly Sue.”
John Hughes, the man who created so many awesome memories and moments in cinematic history and also shaped many a teenage life during the 80′s R.I.P
Michael Jackson’s father Joe has signed a legal document promising not to raise his grandchildren – as per his late son’s apparent wishes.
Joe states that he consents to wife, Katherine, being the guardian of “my grandchildren Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson, and Prince Michael Jackson, II”.
The papers state that, while he will visit the kids, he agrees he will not be the one making the decisions about their upbringing.
“I have had a close family relationship with these grandchildren since their birth,” Joe says in the court declaration filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
“I do visit the family residence from time to time and will continue to do so, however I will not be involved in raising the children… I understand that all decision-making authority regarding the children will rest with Katherine Jackson… Katherine Jackson is a wonderful caretaker and guardian, and has done an excellent job raising our children and other grandchildren.”
Jackson’s mother Katherine was named the children’s permanent guardian during the brief court hearing on Monday.
It’s claimed the Jackson family feared Joe – who has been accused of violence against his own children, including Michael – may have jeopardised Katherine’s chances of being awarded custody had he insisted on playing a significant role in the siblings’ upbringing.
The singer’s will named his mother as the children’s guardian in the event of his death. His father wasn’t mentioned.
As Chris Brown arrived in Los Angeles yesterday he looked every inch the pop star, with his look-at-me yellow shirt, bling jewellery and heavily tattooed arms.
The only thing missing was the fans. Brown walked unremarked through the airport, ahead of his court appearance to be sentenced over the assault of his former girlfriend Rihanna.
Since the assault, to which he pleaded guilty in June, R&B star Brown’s career has suffered, with radio stations refusing to play his music and sponsors dropping him.
For his court appearance later in the day 20-year-old Brown changed into a suitably sober dark suit.
But his sentencing was delayed, with the judge seeking more information.
Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg said Brown’s home state of Virginia had yet to say if it could accommodate her requirement that he could serve community labour, rather than community service.
Brown is expected to be given a plea deal of five years of probation and six months of community labor.
The judge has made it clear she wants Brown to do physically demanding community work – comparable to graffiti removal or roadside cleanup.
The Virginia Department of Corrections had earlier said that it typically doesn’t consider whether to supervise a person on probation until after they are sentenced.
In a public apology video posted on his Web site last month Brown said he had repeatedly apologized to Rihanna for the attack.
He called his conduct ‘inexcusable’ and vowed to do better.
Rihanna, who did not attend yesterday’s court hearing, was seen in central New York leaving a recording studio.
Her lawyer was acting on her behalf and is expected to ask the judge to lift an order preventing Brown coming within 50-yards of the Umbrella singer.
Rihanna, 21, wants a looser ‘level one’ court order with no distance requirement placed on Brown, according to U.S reports.
‘If asked, we will tell the court that all that’s necessary is a level-one order: That Brown not annoy, molest or harass her,’ Rihanna’s lawyer Donald Etra told People.com.
‘No stay-away order was ever requested by Rihanna, nor did she ever believe it was necessary.’
But insiders say that the legal move does not mean Rihanna is looking to get back together with Brown.
While Etra would not comment on whether the singers are still romantically involved, a source told the New York Daily News: ‘She’s not dumb – she would never mess around with him again.’
It will be the court’s decision whether to ease restrictions between Brown and Rihanna.
At the last hearing, Schnegg said she would consider Rihanna’s request for a less-restrictive order, which could allow the pair to be together.
SOURCE: Daily Mail UK
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler was reportedly taken to a hospital after falling from stage during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota.
Tyler, 61, fell while entertaining the crowd by dancing around after the sound system failed during the song “Love In an Elevator,” concertgoer Lance Yellow Robe told the Rapid City Journal.
Tyler was on the stage’s catwalk when he tottered backward and fell, Yellow Robe said. Security rushed to help him and the crowd cheered when Tyler got back up.
Tyler was taken backstage and around 12:15 a.m., Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry came out to tell the audience Tyler was being taken to the hospital and that the show would not go on.
Rapid City Regional Hospital coordinator Rod Brandhagen initially told The Associated Press that Tyler was on his way there early Thursday. He later declined to give any additional details.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has decided to get involved in the ongoing beef between popular rappers 50 Cent and Rick Ross. Mayweather, a close friend of 50, took offense to a lyrical jab that Ross threw in his direction. Ross questioned the claimed wealth of “Money” Mayweather with his line “That Mayweather money looking funny in the light.”
in an exclusive multi-part interview with AllHipHop.com, Mayweather attacked Ross by calling him an unoriginal artist who copies others and sells a false image to get fans.
“His stats and credentials don’t rhyme. One minute he said he wasn’t a CO or cop, next minute he is,” Mayweather said. “He can learn how to get money from me. If he’s a cop and rapping about selling drugs, I guess he was a dirty cop! You know me, I’m not ducking and dodging no one, it’s not hard to find me. I’m in Miami all the time, Atlanta, everywhere.”
“Me and my manager Al Haymon were the ones that did Lil Wayne’s last tour. So when I seen Rick Ross in Miami on the first show, he broke his neck to speak to me. Rap has truly changed. He was at my Hatton fight, cheering me on. I guess he got upset because I’m cool with 50 Cent. But like I said, if I need someone arrested I’ll call him.”
Mayweather returns on September 19 against Juan Manuel Marquez.