TMZ reports rapper Waka Flocka Flame is now behind bars:
Rapper Waka Flocka Flame — who just recorded a video with P. Diddy — was locked up yesterday … and he ain’t getting out any time soon. Waka — real name Juaquin James Malphurs — is on probation in Georgia for possessing a sawed-off shotgun. Cops tell us he violated probation by leaving the state.
Waka will be held without bail at the Houston County Jail until his court appearance in a few weeks. The good news, his song “O Let’s Do It” is moving up the charts.
With a name like that,he needs to be behind bars.
I have nothing but love for Flo but even with auto-tune, the b*tch still sounds horrible!
Lil Wayne had a perfectly good reason for missing his court date in Arizona today — he’s currently behind bars in New York. But Yuma County didn’t care … and issued a bench
warrant for his arrest.
Wayne pled not guilty in the past to a litany of drug charges related to a January 2008 arrest, where DEA agents found 105 grams of marijuana, 29 grams of cocaine and 41 grams of ecstasy pills and a 40-caliber pistol on his tour bus.
Well Damn! Looks like Wayne might face more then a year.
Word is Rihanna has been working with a UK boy band JLS,trying to help them become a hit here in the U.S.
She told the press:
“Working with JLS is something that will happen this year. Jay will make stars out of them. He has been a great mentor to me…They can sing, they can dance, they look good, actually they look very good.
America has only had a little taste of them so far, but give it probably as little as 18 months and they could be the most famous band in the world. There is nothing Jay doesn’t know about the music business.”
I searched the group on youtube and this is what popped up O_O
Michel Gondry said on a recent interview that he isn’t amazed by Gaga:
“I’m not interested. To me it’s like a form of Marilyn Manson. It’s hard for me to talk about it; I’ve seen a couple of videos of hers, and not for very long. I stop watching them each time because I don’t think there’s melodies. I’m sorry to be negative. Like I’m not a big fan of Madonna. I respect her very much, but unfortunately the videos didn’t help the music in the long run. Well, I guess it helped it to survive to the point where the video was irrelevant. So music has to find its own way, which is good for the music. It becomes smaller and more alive and it’s not as crazy, except for some R&B. To me, it’s just talking about the surface. I compare it to Marilyn Manson. The music to me is very expected. I don’t think there’s anything in the tone or the melody that makes me say, ‘Oh, there’s something going on.’… And I like commercial music. Michael Jackson will always be my favorite pop musician; he was for years and years until his death, which was horrible to me. So I like pop culture. But to me, even if it’s popular, there is a quality in the music you have to be able to appreciate. And I don’t see it. Her melodies are very conventional. I remember when my friend and I would argue about Killing Joke. I remember him saying, ‘It’s so great!’ But I said, ‘It’s so conventional! How can you find anything original? It’s just surface!’ I don’t know, maybe the comparison is ridiculous. But the melody was very, very flat. That’s probably why they are famous. But maybe it’s considered high art just because of the way she dresses?”
Jealousy’s a b*tch isn’t it?