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Following his bankruptcy filing, the 40-year-old rapper reveals, 'You know when you're successful and stuff, you become a target. I don't wanna be a bullseye.'
The 'Candy Shop' rapper has to pay $2.5 million for violating the woman in the video's civil rights and $2.5 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Busta Rhymes, Action Bronson, Notorious B.I.G. are other names set to be featured on the album, scheduled to arrive on the same day the movie opens in U.S. theaters on July 24.
Not even a day after Diddy's arrest, the 'Don't Worry 'Bout It' rapper acts as if he wants to free the 45-year-old rapper from jail in two hilarious Instagram videos.
The hit drama starring 50 Cent scores an early renewal after its second season opener broke the record as the most-watched original series season debut on the network's history.
The album, which was originally slated for release in November 2012 before getting numerous push-backs, is now expected to arrive in September.
The rapper says that big names currently related to Tidal don't get to decide where their music will be streamed, so their projects will be available everywhere else too.
The 39-year-old rapper dodged a potentially costly lawsuit over a sex tape by filing for bankruptcy just before the trial was scheduled to start on Tuesday, May 26.
Jeweler Robert Marin claimed that the rapper's crew brutalized him at Floyd Mayweather's gym before stealing his jewelry and running away.
The rapper has expressed his desire to sign the One Direction member to his G-Unit label and 'have him working with the biggest rappers on the planet.'
The singer joins Fif and the members of his G-Unit to perform the rapper's old hits 'Many Men' and 'What Up Gangsta?' from his 2013 solo record 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' '.
Although Fif agrees that Grammy winners aren't always the best acts, he says that Beck deserves to win the Album of the Year Awards over Beyonce.
The 16-song album includes lead single 'Ayo' and other collaborations with Pusha T, Ty Dolla $ign and Wale.
Both Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard shrug off and lightheartedly respond to the copycat accusation made by hip-hop star.
Fif, who's still working on his oft-delayed 'Street King Immortal' album, shares photos of him hitting the studio with Breezy and T-Raww.