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The fresh clip for his latest single off 'Life Is Good' is told through the eyes of the 'Street Dreams' rapper's real-life daughter, who is making a cameo appearance at the end.
The 'Starships' rapper gets cozy with Breezy and Nas who pamper her with sweet love song and luxurious gifts respectively.
After dropped by his first lawyer last week, John Doe Number One works the case with Allred who has plenty of experience in sexual assault cases.
This year's line-up will include a special performance from femcee Elliott who will make this a comeback performance since announcing her autoimmune disease.
Hoping that the upcoming film would be rated R by the MPAA, the 'Blade Runner' helmer says, 'I'll do everything I can to get the most aggressive film I can.'
The promo photo for the TNT series pays tribute to the iconic dream sequence featuring Patrick Duffy, but this time he is joined by the likes of Larry Hagman, Josh Henderson and Jesse Metcalfe.
Recorded for 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded', the all-star single is a celebration for Minaj's success of taking music industry by storm.
AllGood Entertainment CEO, Patrick Allocco, reportedly was abducted by an angry local promoter who had spent $315,000 for Nas' scheduled concert.
The retro soulful track is confirmed to appear in Amy's posthumous album 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures'.
While doing an umpteenth take for the video inside a Queens apartment, a granny in thin shirt and panties showed up and ruined the shot.
The 'I Can' rapper states his sympathy to the Libyan leader and claims the Libyans should be working with him to ensure a peaceful future, saying, 'I kind of see him as someone who is misunderstood.'
According to U.S. tax officials, Nas' total tax debt now stands at just over $6.46 million.
The child support paid by Nas for his son Knight will now sit at around $5,000-a-month after his plea to reduce the payment was granted by judge.
The rapper joins forces with HIV/AIDS activist Maria Davis and restaurateur Melba Wilson to provide food to over 250 people on December 22.
In an email aimed at label bosses at Def Jam, the rapper angrily says, 'With all do (sic) respect to you all, Nas is NOBODY's slave.'