In a crazy turn of events Lil Scrappy said he almost went to "the upper room" Wednesday morning.  After a night of partying a little to hard, the 28 year old had a health issue that caused him to need emergency care.

Scrappy said he almost checked out.  Find out what was the case of the emergency and what Scrappy had to say about the whole ordeal now.  Scroll down and press play to hear the complete details, with Tha Wire.

In other news today, while Rihanna and Lil Wayne are leading the pack in nominations for the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, RiRi is getting some bad press lately.  In some reports she's cancelled a few performances for do to "illness" or "exhaustion".  In other accounts, friends are beginning to worry about her partying to much, her lack of sleep and her over all health.  Then more recently, MTV dropped a story in which they made remarks about her seen getting high on several occasions including the Coachella Festival.  Yesterday, Rihanna responded.  Find out what she had to say and press play now to hear Tha Wire.

Finally, 50 Cent is teaming up with Facebook and the Game Show Network's to launch a new interactive game.  This game will also be coming to an Droid and Apple device near you as well.  Plus, David Banner has been asked to lecture at famous college to talk about The LA Riots.  Get the scoop on what 50 has up his sleeve and get all of today's other details now.  Press play to hear Tha Wire now: 


Fat Joe was recently announced as one of the 2012 inductees to the Bronx Walk of Fame.  Shouts out to Joe!  The Bronx Tourism Council revealed that Joe would be honored for his many contributions to music and entertainment along with a few other Bronx legends.

Joe sat down with and gave his thoughts on the matter and said, " I am extremely thrilled and grateful to be inducted in this year's Bronx Walk of Fame.  the Bronx is vibrant, colorful, and filled with rich history and through the years it has been the inspiration that has helped me grow as an artist.  Thank you to the Bronx Borough President ruben Diaz Jr., for allowing me to be among such an illustrious group of fellow Bronxites that are being honored."