This whole thing is really getting old.  Don't you think?  As far as I'm concerned Mariah Yeater, Justin Biebers alleged baby mama should just hang it up.  But this girl just wont go away!  Now, it seems the so called "controlled atmosphere" in which Justin took the first paternity test, wasn't good enough. 

Mariah and her attorney are demanding that Justin take another one, but this time with her attorney present.  Meanwhile, Ms. Yeater hasn't given up a sample of her own DNA nor her sons.  Drama, right?  Well press play and get all the details with Tha Wire now.

 

 

Speaking of drama, Dr. Conrad Murray is supposed to be sentenced tomorrow in the final procedure of his manslaughter case.  Prosecutes want him to serve every minute of the maximum 4 year sentence, while his attorneys are pushing for him to pretty much go free.

 

 

Unfortunatly, if reports are true, Bow Wow is the latest celeb to get themselves in some major trouble with the IRS.  It would seem Uncle Sam wants his  money, and word has it Bow Weezy owes close to six figures!  Plus, Soulja Boy is following in the footsteps of 50 cent by launching his own video game for XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 gamers in early 2012.

 

 

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TODAY'S BONUS STORY:

Former Bad Boy artist Loon got himself busted last week in Belgium.  Loon's real name was Chauncey Hawkins, but he later changed it to Amir Junaid Muhadith when he conformed to the Muslim religion.  Loon found himself on the other side of the law in May of this year when he got arrested in North Carolina, after his initial release he found asylum in Algeria.  Just recently however, he was picked up in Belgium and taken into custody and will now be extradited back to the U.S. to face the charges.

Loon is best know for his bars on Diddy's "I Need A Girl" Part One, but he dropped out of the rap game in the late 00's when he converted to Islam.  By the way, these recent drug charges doesn't mark the first time that Loon had a brush with the law.  Loon was arrested in connection with a stabbing of a security guard at a LA. nightclub in 2004 and though he was charged with attempted murder he was never convicted.