Man Arrested For Breaking Into Diddy’s Mansion!
Talk about your unwelcome guests. In a rather bizarre turn of events, Diddy was the victim of very strange trespassing incident over the weekend. A man who obviously has some mental issues, told authorities he just wanted to get away for a little while.
The man actually told police, "I really didn't go to Diddy's house because I'm a big fan of his. I just wanted to get out of the city for a while. I was actually hoping to stay like 15 to 17 days." Wow! That's not all, press play to get even more details surrounding this story now.
In other news, Rick Ross was being reported as having another seizure last week that led him cancelling two major concerts. The promoters for a gig in Australia made a statement and confirmed he did in fact have a medical emergency, however his rep is denying that claim. Find out what his camp is saying happened.
Finally, believe it or not Kanye West is going to change the name to his new single "Theraflu". It looks like it's a good decision, being the makers of the cold medicine "Theraflu" made it clear that they weren't happy about the songs title in the first place. Get the juicy details on what happened and what he's calling the single now. Press play to hear Tha Wire now:
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If you were a Nicki Minaj Twitter follower, your not anymore. Nicki had more that 11 million followers, but do to a few negative comments from some of her followers.............she closed her account. I'm not sure what exactly those negative comments were about or what the even said, but one things for sure she wasn't havin it.
According to reports, it all started when her biggest fan sit, NickiDaily.com, leaked snippets from her new album "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded" before it's actual release. Nicki reacted by blocking their Twitter account, @NickiDaily, and in response, they turned other sites and fans against her on Twitter. That resulted in Nicki deleting her @NickiMinaj account NickiDaily's site and Twitter.
She went out with a band too! This is what her final tweet said, "Like seriously, it's but so much a person can take. Good F**king bye." Of course, Twitter gives users 30 days to change their minds and reactivate their account, but it's not looking good. Meanwhile, #NickiComeback is now trending on Twitter.
For now, her Facebook fan page is still activated.