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The rapper gets curvaceous diva Nicki Minaj to do some twerking in a video for the Pharrell Williams-produced track.
The 'Fire It Up' rapper allegedly flew into a rage when he and his entourage were asked to wait in line and dropped degrading words when his burger was not served to his satisfaction.
As birthday presents, guests including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Martin Scorsese, and Jamie Foxx donated money for the actor's foundation.
The 'I Know What You Want' hitmaker opens the music video with a tribute to his late manager who was found dead in suspected suicide.
Following the funeral service at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel in Manhattan, the founder of Violator Management is laid to rest at the George Washington Memorial Park.
Rhymes is featured in the first offering from Kingston's upcoming effort 'Back 2 Life', and he enlists Gucci Mane for his own latest track from ninth album 'Year of the Dragon'.
The music video follows a tortured soul who floats into the future and learns to deal with her heartache the best she could.
The Young Money rapper gets pampered by a sexy nurse and takes turn with Busta in rapping the song.
'It ain't what they used to be as far as supporting the music,' the 'Stop the Party' rapper admits when asked about the Maroon 5 frontman's recent tweet that slammed MTV for not caring about music.
The rapper whose car unfortunately collided with a truck is 'already being truly missed' by Busta.
The rapper has been hit with a lawsuit for allegedly involved in a bust-up at celebrity hangout Mr Chow where he hurled a glass at Devin Cooper.
The rapper scores the most nods among other artists with 11 nominees, including for Best Live Performer and CD of the Year.
Take a look at the Dream Team who are claimed to have contributed 'a significant level of greatness to the hip-hop culture' when they are trading verses with each other in this clip.
There are also Wyclef Jean, Mary J. Blige, Jazmine Sullivan and Busta Rhymes glitter the stage of Miami's American Airlines Arena.