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2 Chainz wins lawsuit and Future sued for ditching concert

2 Chainz just won a case involving a woman who sued the rapper for referring to her as a "THOT" in a backstage video. Elsewhere, Mendeecees Harris from "Love & Hip Hop New York" was just sentenced 8 years in prison. The trailer for "Love & Hip Hop New York" was just released a few days ago and in the clip, there was that possibility of him facing jail time. Future is being sued after a promoter paid him $15,000 upfront to perform at a club. When Future performed, his manager pulled him off stage after only one song when it was discovered that the promoter didn't have the rest of Future's money. The promoter is suing though. Ha! Benny Boom, most notably known for being a video director having worked with the likes of Keyshia Cole is now said to be directing the long-awaited, oft-delayed Tupac biopic. And is Rick Ross sending shots to Drake and Lil' Wayne on his new song, "Color Money". Well it looks like Ross the Boss, made reference to "Back To Back" , Drake's song and Lil' Wayne where Ross mentions, "I got more money than that nigga that you signed too." Ouch! Is that so though? I don't know its kind of out of left field for Rick Ross to send these type of shots. Then again with his new found weight loss, its safe to say that Rick Ross is definitely feeling himself. Well until next time folks!
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