2 Chainz To Release New Documentary — Tha Wire [VIDEO]
2 Chainz is giving fans an inside look into his personal life, find out what he’s got in store here.
Duece is giving his fans more than they bargained for with his ’24 Hours to Live’ documentary mini-series.
So you’ll know a new installment will drop every week leading up to the release of his second album, ‘B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time,’ which is slated to hit stores Sept. 10.
The first episode was filmed in LA and South Africa and features Deuce contemplating his next move as he reflects on his career. Prior to blowing up, the doc also gives us flashbacks of past awards shows he attended including the BET Awards and the ASCAP Awards where he won the Songwriter of the Year trophy. Like Jay-Z, 2 Chainz has also been accused of being a part of the Illuminati and he addresses that as well.
Meanwhile 2 Chainz is currently on tour, find where and with whom and if there’s any stops close to home. Listen to Tha Wire below for more details.
In other news, the “street art” covering Chris Brown’s retainer wall at his L.A. home is gone. As previously reported, Chris Brown’s neighbors haven’t been happy ever since the singer moved into their posh neighborhood. To make sure he knew it, they’ve made numerous frivolous complaints against him.
Most recently, they complained about the street art Breezy painted on his retaining wall. Head of neighborhood watch claimed that Chris’s art frightened the children in the neighborhood and they wanted him to remove it. At first, Chris refused because it was on his property. Now according to TMZ, Chris has had a change of heart.
Find out what he plans to do below with Tha Wire.
Finally, congratulation to Tina Turner! The legendary diva tied the knot with her longtime boo German record executive Erwin Bach. The happy couple filed for a marriage license with the Registry Office in Zurich, Switzerland, last month and will celebrate the union with a Buddhist ceremony Jul. 21 at their home.
Find out how they met and more now. Press play to hear Tha Wire now: