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While he claims that information on future episodes is kept secret, Raphael Sbarge can confirm that another character will meet his/her end within the next several episodes.
Minaj imitates her mentor Weezy by rocking deadlocked hair, wifebeater, sagging pants, and diamond-crusted chains.
Cash Money founder Birdman was the one who spilled that the rapper is already in the studio to record new materials
The production of the latest Batman reboot reportedly will head to New York City, where the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests take place, starting October 29.
The Young Money first lady imitates her mentor by rocking deadlocked hair, wifebeater, sagging pants, and diamond-crusted chains.
Among those three rappers, it was the 'Moment 4 Life' raptress who slays the song by declaring herself as the female Weezy and delivering a blow to the enemies.
The Cash Money/Young Money rappers rock the 'fire house' with their 'Flame' rhymes as the ladies give them sultry look.
Taking place in a fiery warehouse, Birdman and Weezy team up to bring the 'Fire Flame' with the other Cash Money/Young Money crew.
Rapper Magnolia Shorty was in a car with a male companion when several bullets were passed through her and his body.
Ronald and Bryan Williams have signed a deal with the Atria Books imprint of Simon and Schuster to launch Cash Money Content.
The rap mogul, real name Brian 'Baby' Williams, is in negotiations with billionaire real estate developer Stephen M. Ross, who owns the majority stake in Miami Dolphins.
Another star-studded music video which becomes the gathering of Young Money / Cash Money rappers is debuted.
Those gathering inside the Hammerstein Ballroom on June 3 were united to pay tribute to the likes of Master P, Timbaland and Jermaine Dupri.
After founding his own oil and gas company, Brian 'Baby' Williams aka Birdman has eyed to become investor in the Miami Dolphins American football team.