The Dirty Dirty: Lil Wayne Speaks
Lil Wayne is finally speaking for himself. Weezy released a video to TMZ late Thursday, thanking his fans for their prayers and reassuring everyone that he’s OK. He also says that his album I Am Not a Human Being Two will come out tomorrow as scheduled and that his tour is still on! Click here to watch the video!
Ray J Gets Into A Fight
The ish hit the fan last week when Ray J insulted a woman, calling her a “fat b-word,” backstage after a concert at Club Nokia in Downtown Los Angeles. After she realized he didn’t mean he didn’t mean pretty hot and tempting, she didn’t take the insult lightly. She confronted him outside of a backstage dressing room, and went off on him. He tried to avoid a confrontation with her, but after minutes of her shouting at him he ended up in a fight with some guy!
Gucci Is A Wanted Mane
Atlanta police have an arrest warrant out for Gucci Mane, who is accused of cutting a man’s head open with a champagne bottle at mixtape release party a week ago. The victim, says he was at the Harlem Nights Ultra Lounge in downtown Atlanta, asking a security guard in the club’s VIP section about taking a picture with Gucc, when Gucci bammed him on the head with a bottle and another person hit him in the face. The police report says the man suffered a deep head wound.
And the rumor mill is claiming Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka are fighting over Selena Gomez. Selena is rumored to be causing serious friction between Gucci and Waka. According to MediaTakeOut, Waka had a fling with her, who was also rumored to have gotten cozy with Gucci on the set of their movie Spring Breakers. Gucci apparently still had feelings for Selena and planned to drop Waka from his label to get back. But other sources say that cooler heads prevailed and Gucci and Waka will still work together.
Box Office Report
The Croods opened at number-one at the weekend box office with $44.7 million. Olympus Has Fallen debuted in second with $30.5 million and Oz the Great and Powerful, dropped to third with $22.3 million.