T.I. and Tiny are remaining pretty quiet about speculation that he was caught with a popular hooker, word is there is a video of Tiny confronting the other woman.
Apparently Tiny approached the woman, Analicia Chaves (who also goes by Ana Montana) at a prestigious hotel in Atlanta recently. Word is things got so ugly that hotel security had to pull them apart. There are rumors that the moment was caught on tape, but it has not been released yet.
In the meantime, another woman has come forward and said she had been hooking up with the rapper until this past January.
She wrote into Fameolous blog and said that there is a big chance Tiny and Chaves were fighting at the W hotel downtown as that is where she and T.I. often hooked up. The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, also said that Tiny is very well aware that T.I. has other women, but that she does not now about all of them.
Reportedly, the accuser also told police Maraj repeatedly raped and sodomized her in between April 1 and November 30, 2015.
According to Bossip, the Grammy nominee’s bro has since been offered a plea deal of 15 years to life. It’s been reported Jelani was initially offered a deal of seven years in prison . prior to be indicted back in April. At the time, he rejected the deal.
Maraj is slated to return to court in August, and if he chooses to reject this offer too his child rape case will start in November.
Currently, Jelani is out on bail. Be sure to check back for more details as this case is developing.
The R&B singer, 45, filed court documents on Tuesday, July 26. According to TMZ, she cited irreconcilable differences and listed the date of separation as “to be determined.” She requested that Isaacs not receive spousal support.
Blige and Isaacs tied the knot in December 2003 and have no children together. Isaacs is dad to three children from a previous relationship.
The Wiz Live! actress opened up about their relationship — and how he helped her get sober — in an interview with PARADE magazine in 2007.
“We met when I hated men. … After I met him, everything changed in my life,” she said at the time. “He was the first person to ever challenge what I did: ‘Why are you drinking? Why do you hate yourself? You don’t need to be around people who tear you down. You’re beautiful, Mary.’ He was the first man to ever tell me that.”
She later slammed breakup rumors in 2012. “My marriage is not on the rocks, but I would be a liar and my fans would hate me if I said to them, ‘Oh, we’re perfect and everything is great,’” she said on The Wendy Williams Show in February. “We have situations just like everyone else. We’re not out in public trying to kill each other, but it’s real. We love each other.”
The rapper Shad “Bow Wow” Moss faces scrutiny from Twitter users after implying that he can’t relate to civil rights matters because he is of mixed race.
It all began shortly after Bow Wow stepped into the political arena, expressing his frustration with the candidates for the upcoming presidential election and letting folks know, “I stay out of it. I don’t do politics.”
In 1989, aged 16, Kwamé released his debut album, Kwamé the Boy Genius featuring a New Beginning, which he also produced with the aid of Hurby “Luv Bug” Azor.
The ‘A New Beginning’ of the title refers to his backing band, which was unusual amongst emcees of the time. The album spawned the singles “The Man We All Know and Love” and “The Rhythm.”
The accompanying music videos featured a polka-dot motif in the costumes and production design.
This was to become Kwamé’s trademark and a hip hop fashion trend, as fans of his began wearing polka-dotted clothing.
In 1990, Kwamé released his second album A Day in the Life: a Pokadelick Adventure, a concept album about a day in the life of a high school student.
The album spawned the hit singles “Oneovdabigboiz” and “Ownlee Eue.”
In 1992, aged 18, he released his third album, Nastee.
This album marked a departure for him, discarding the polka-dots and writing more sexually charged lyrics, in contrast to his previously playful, intellectual persona.