The Dirty Laundry
T.I. Is Finally Getting Some Good News
Good news for T.I., even though he's going back to prison for 11 months! He's not going to face any drug charges in Los Angeles. The DA announced yesterday that they would NOT pursue the case since he's already heading back to his home away from home! No need to add insult to injury!
Tiny's Pap Smear Results For Sale?
Well I wish there was good news for Tiny also, but not so much! Mediatakeout.com said someone is trying sell Tiny's pap smear test results.
Matt And Gloria Barnes get Back Together
Even though he beat up her and was caught on the 911 tape, Gloria Barnes from "Basketball Wives" must have forgiven Matt Barnes because mediatakeout.com is reporting that they are back together! Which is pretty sad, especially since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
Kanye Gets Candid With MTV
Even though he's cocky and arrogant, you can't knock Kanye's creativity! He recently released his 35 minute film "Runaway," which you can watch by logging onto our facebook page: Right after it aired on MTV & BET, Yeezy sat down for a very candid and heartfelt interview.
Jay-Z Is Going Presidential
Kanye's big brother is also doing big things! Jay-Z is officially presidential! The Deputy White House Press Secretary, William Burton, told the “New York Post” that Hova might be replacing National Economic Director Larry Summers in 2012! That is huge!
Michael Jackson Is The Highest Paid Dead Celebrity
Even though he's gone, Michael Jackson is still bigger than life! According to "Forbes" Magazine, the King of Pop tops the list of the highest paid dead celebrities, with an income of $275 million.
Here’s the complete list of Forbes Top Money-Making Dead Celebs:
1. Michael Jackson, $275 million
2. Elvis Presley, $60 million
3. J.R.R. Tolkein (Lord of the Rings author) $50 million
4. Charles Schulz (Peanuts cartoonist) $33 million
5. John Lennon, $17 million
6. Stieg Larsson (author of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) $18 million
7. Dr. Seuss (real name: Theodor Geisel) $11 million
8. Albert Einstein, $10 million
9. George Steinbrenner (New York Yankees owner) $8 million
10. Richard Rogers (legendary Broadway songwriter) $7 million
11. Tie: rock icon Jimi Hendrix and ultra-cool actor Steve McQueen, $6 million
13. Aaron Spelling (TV producer), $5 million