The ex-prostitute -- fine, escort - who felled Eliot Spitzer wants to sell herself to that other brothel, the music biz.Dupre has already hooked up with Chris Lighty, the guy who has managed 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, and Missy Elliott,...
Rapper Busta Rhymes' U.K. show must go on. No felony charge for Kanye West for LA incident. Erin Brockovich works for NYC law firm. Actor Shia LaBeouf won't be charged with DUI. Emilio Navaira, wife out of hospital after car crash.
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A day after he was denied entry into the U.K. and detained for nearly 12 hours at London City Airport, Busta Rhymes has won a ruling from Britain's High Court...
Rapper Busta Rhymes has left his record label in order to release his latest album Blessed through another music industry giant. The hip-hop star - real name Trevor George Smith Jr. - decided to quit Aftermath/Interscope [...] Read more!
The Rock The Bells rap festival was an all-star affair on Long Island, New York on Sunday when Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes and Slick Rick made surprise appearances. Jay-Z stunned rap fans at the Jones Beach event[...] Read more!
Busta Ryhmes is hoping to collaborate with troubled British singer Amy Winehouse. The rapper is reluctant to work with America's big name artists, preferring to go into the studio with someone relatively new to the music scene.[...] Read more!
MISSY Elliott's birthday party at Marquee the other night turned into a brawl. Choreographer Laurie Ann Gibson and her makeup-artist pal, Deborah Padilla, got shoved out of the way by a waitress trying to get to rapper Busta Rhymes. "The waitress...
TMZ.com: The "Light Your Ass on Fire" rapper was keepin' it real last night -- at Mr. Chow?!Known for singing lyrics like "Stick a d**k in ya hoe," Busta isn't exactly the kinda guy you'd expect to sit down to dinner next to the likes of Don Rickles. Even... Read more
TMZ.com: A judge in NYC has just sentenced Busta Rhymes to three years' probation for assaulting his former driver and a fan last year. The judge also warned the rapper to stay out of trouble or else, saying "If you mess up, you're going to jail."The... Read more
NEW YORK — With four hip-hop heavies in the house, any enterprising promoter could have staged a rap concert. But the house was Manhattan Criminal Court, and the rappers — Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule, Lil Wayne and Remy Ma — were there Wednesday on separate cases ranging from assault to weapons possession.