TMZ owned gossip website, fishwrapper.com, is no more. Without warning, (and apparently the notice of many,) the site was poof, and redirected to toofab.com..
TMZ’s Harvey Levin called it quits on the
unpopular celebrity spawn of his huge industry standard of celebrity gossip without providing explanation.
Gossip and entertainment news site TMZ has shuttered one of its spinoff sites, we hear. Continue reading
Behold the $4.5-million, 740-horsepower 2017 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster and the $3.5-million 2017 Bugatti Chiron. If you’re a speed demon and you wouldn’t mind saving a cool million bucks off the sticker, consider some of the specs we found below.
The Lamborghini comes with a 6.5-liter V12 engine that will shoot the Veneno to 60 mph from a standstill in 2.9 seconds on the way to a top speed of 220-mile-per-hour, while the Bugatti Chiron (pronounced Shir-on,) screams to a top speed of 290 mph, while sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.2 seconds. Be aware, if extreme exclusivity is important to you, the Chiron is limited to 500 units, while the Veneno is limited to only nine.
Pictured below is a dealership in Hong Kong that just received two of nine of the highly sought after Lamborghini supercars. Continue reading
A New York City jury has ordered 50 Cent to pay Rick Ross‘ baby mama, Lavonia Leviston, an additional $2 million in punitive damages.
50 was previously ordered to pay Levinton $5 million, which resulted in the rapper filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Connecticut.
The payout goes this way, $2.5 million for using Levinton’s image without her permission, another $2.5 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress and now $2 million in punitive damages… Continue reading
After spending his vast fortune like a drunk sailor and losing multiple lawsuits, 50 Cent has officially declared bankruptcy.
50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, recently lost a lawsuit to fellow rapper, Rick Ross‘ baby mama, Lavonia Leviston, who was awarded $5 million in a jury verdict against him.
According to the bankruptcy filing, 50 says his assets are valued between $10 and $50 million Continue reading
50 Cent‘s trolling challenge to undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather took a brutal twist after the rapper issued the boxing champ an “ALS/ESL challenge” on Instagram in exchange for a $750,000 charity donation.
What was the challenge? To read a page from a children’s book.. Mayweather is yet to respond.
Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club has added more fuel to the fire by releasing audio of Mayweather struggling to read a simple radio promotion. Continue reading
Floyd Mayweather has beef with 50 Cent, so 50 challenging him to read a single page from a “Harry Potter” book without any mispronunciation of the words. He later revised it to “The Cat in the Hat.”
Mayweather’s response? He don’t read checks, he writes them.. $72,276,000.00 worth to be exact.
Floyd Mayweather has courageously admitted that rapper T.I. had all the reason in the world for attacking him at a Las Vegas FatBurger in May, because the boxer had indeed done the dirty deed with his wife, Tiny.
Mayweather is on a tour to promote his upcoming fight when someone asked the question..
“What about T.I.?” — referring to the now famous Fat Burger fight.
Listen closely, as Floyd says, “What about the bitch? I was f***ing his bitch.”
As we previously reported … the photos Tiny posted of Floyd and his daughter on Instagram set T.I. off right before the melee … so he clearly suspected something was up. source
Floyd tried to talking to Tiny on the red carpet at the BET Awards … but she flatly denied him.
50 Cent is now claiming that he didn’t abandon his son on high school graduation day, this coming despite his son telling another story on Facebook..
Marquise wrote, “Yea I broke down. I was really excited to see my pops at my graduation but he never showed up smh. My sister and mama is always there for me just know that you wasn’t.
Federal court records show that rapper 50 Cent has been ordered to pay a staggering $16 million to Bradenton earphone manufacturer after a failed partnership..
The Bradenton Herald reports that 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, was ordered to pay Sleek Audio nearly $4.5 million in attorney fees and $11.7 million in damages after a deal to make his own brand of headphones went south.
Records allege that Jackson, a Sleek partner, stole the designs of over-the-ear headphones he asked the company to conceptualize and manufacture. Jackson has been selling headphones of a similar design under the 50-Over line with another manufacturer.
50 Cent posted photos of his new baby boy on his Instagram — then for unknown reasons, attempted to delete the snaps of the 16-month-old.