It ain't safe these days in Hollywood.  Seems theses days everyone is being sued.  The latest celeb to fall victim is Plies.  Plies is at the center of a 10 million dollar lawsuit which involved a nightclub shooting in 2009. 

Originally five men filed the lawsuit last year claiming the Hip-Hop superstar profited off the indecent by referencing it in his music.  However, the case was thrown out.  Now, they're back and seeking damages to the tune of 10 milli!


Former Hot Boys member, BG whose real name is Christopher Dorsey is looking at 40 years in the big house.  B-Gizzle plead guilty in court this Wednesday, copping to possession of firearms and witness tampering.



Next year is gonna be huge for Jay-Z.  Not only will he be a daddy for the first time, but he'll also make history by becoming the first rapper to perform at Carnegie Hall!  If that's not all, he also made recent history with Billboard.

And just in time for the holidays, BET is offering a early Christmas present this Sunday.  For all the juicy details, press play now for the best in entertainment new with the Tha Wire: 


Your boy 50 Cent has his hands in everything from Vitamin Water, Video Games, Reality Shows, Clothing to Headphones.  Somehow I think a missed a few things.  LOL!  One things for sure it all started with music and this year Fif celebrates 10 big ones in the game.  No better way to celebrate than the way he originally got into the game back in the day.  Of course I'm talkin about the infamous "50 Cent Is The Future" mixtape.

50 Cent was an overnight sensation in 2001 thanks to that mixtape, so it's only fitting to commemorate 10 years in the biz with something just as monumental.  Today the G-Unit general drops his newest project the mixtape "The Big 10".  Fif said of his latest venture "I think that when people hear the tape, they'll be surprised.  It'll hold 'em over until my album comes out".

The mixtape features samples form the lat Notorious B.I.G. and a reworked joint by the legendary Bobby Womack.  So, check him out, put up 50's "The Big 10" via his website