Rick Ross Hit With A Paternity Suit! — Tha Wire
Rick Ross says he ain't the pappy! A woman came out of the blue and has accused Rosay of fathering her 3 year old son. However, Rick says, nice try lady...be it wasn't me. What's more, he's ready willing and able to to prove it.
In a story that's sounds remarkably similar to the Justin Bieber story, a woman has come out of nowhere claiming that he's the father of her son. Press play and get all the details with Tha Wire now and find out how Rick Ross thinks he can prove he's not the baby daddy.
Contrary to recent reports, Swizz Beatz isn't exactly CEO of the file-sharing website Megaupload.com after all. From the looks of things, that could be a very good thing for him. Things are starting to head up as indictments are being handed out and charges of racketeering and copyright infringement are looming.
Jay-Z closed his flagship 40/40 nightclub in Manhattan to renovate it about a year ago. Recently, it re-opened with a red carpet celebration that drew a media frenzy thanks to an A-list of celebs who came out in support. Unfortunately, the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene was also there. Find out what happened next. Plus, hear what's next for Nicki Minaj and why she's pushed her album release back. Press play and get all the details now with Tha Wire:
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Veteran rapper Mack 10 has been ordered to pay a former business associate almost $230,000. Ironically, the six figure about is much more than he actually owed. Allegedly, Mack 10, who's real name is Dedrick Rolison, borrowed $35,000 from a man named Tadayuki Ito in April of 2010, on the condition that he settles the dept plus 100% interest by August that year. Well, obviously that didn't happen or he wouldn't be getting sued.
According to TMZ, Mack 10 took out another loan from the same guy days after the first and agreed to take $65,000 and pay back double the amount by the end of September, 2010. However, that allegedly fell though too. So, Mr. Ito sued and because Mack 10 failed to show at a recent court date, a California Judge demanded that he the six figure some to cover the original loans, interest and court costs