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Foxy Brown robbed at airport and Juelz Santana facing foreclosure on his home

Foxy Brown says her luggage came up missing while on a recent trip to Palm Springs. The reclusive and always controversial rapper says she had $100,000 worth of merchandise in her luggage which included several high end shoes from Gucci among other things. The thief remains at large. In other music news, T.I. just released the video for his new single, "Dope" featuring Marsha Ambrosius. Juelz Santana's home is said to be in foreclosure as well as Lil' Kim's after both artists allegedly stopped paying their mortgage. Juelz Santana has came out and denied the claims, though the paperwork leaked out. Just a few days ago, Juelz said he was returning to music after being absent from the music scene for over 10 years. I find it pretty ironic that he is returning to music now then again he has that mortgage to pay. I ain't mad at him though. People are mad though that Madonna has been chosen to honor Prince at this year's Billboard Music Awards. I really don't see what the big fuss is about who is honoring him. Be glad he is being honored. If there wasn't a tribute you all would be upset about that. I'm just saying. Last but not least, Happy Belated Birthday to the iconic Janet Jackson. The singer turned 50 yesterday and is reportedly pregnant with her second first child. For more music news, gossip, rumors and my personal commentary, check back later. Thanks for reading! :)
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