Sadly it's already been two months since the shocking untimely death of Whitney Houston and it's basically took that long to rap up the investigation of her demise.  Beverly Hills police officials have officially closed the case into Whitney's death.  The news comes a week after the LA County Coroner's officials released their full autopsy report.  Their findings were rather grim and for more details, press play to hear Tha Wire now.

Meanwhile, veteran femcee's like Rah Digga and Eve have been making comeback headlines, word has it Sole is also looking at a comeback in the very near future.  It's been a minute since she's been on the seen.  She's been happily married to Ginuwine and raising a family behind the scenes and now it looks like she's ready to return to the game.  Press play to find out what Sole has up her sleeve now.

J-Lo and Marc Anthony have obviously both moved on, beings that the two have been very public about their other love interests.  That being said Marc Anthony has decided to make it all official.  Tune into Tha Wire and hear what he's up too and what he expects to gain.

Finally, Twista is at the center of a wrongful death lawsuit of his 45 year old former bodyguard.  Find out why.  Press play for the scoop, skinny, mess and drama and hear Tha Wire now: 

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Nicki Minaj is pissed about a report that claims her wardrobe malfunction last year on Good Morning America was a plan to boost her fame.  In case you didn't know, Nicki had accidentally exposed a breast while performing on the show last year.  Producers managed to catch the incident just as her nipple stated to show and blocked it from view with a blank grey screen for a few seconds.  As soon as Nicki notice, she covered it up.

However, since then rumors have been swirling around that the situation wasn't an accident rather a promotional ploy.  Now Nicki is fighting back and during a recent interview on ABC's Nightline she said, "I'm so sorry about that. People are ridiculous if they think that I would use that as a stunt.  I would never, ever do something like that on purpose.  I swear to God."