Rihanna stalker is arrested, without warning Tyga drops out of the Under The Influence of Music tour and Cristiano Ronaldo sets the record straight.

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According to New York Daily News, a homeless man by the name of Kevin Mcglynn was arrested for stalking and harassing Rihanna.  Apparently the 53-year old was sending the singer some pretty scary letters indicating he thought they were in a relationship.

The letters were hand-written and in addition to referring to Rih Rih as a four letter word, also included threats like him wanting  to “bum (rush) in her apartment.”   It’s pretty clear that Mr. Mcglynn has some sort of mental disorder, but unfortunately it doesn’t excuse his behavior.   By the way, he was delivering them himself to her New York apartment and was caught on surveillance camera leaving in her mailbox on three different occasions — twice on July 8 and another time on July 11.

The New York Daily News, reports Mcglynn also allegedly mailed at least four more letters to Rihanna in California.  For even more details, listen to Tha Wire below.  Meanwhile, authorities say Mcglynn has an extensive rap sheet, which  indicates he’s been arrested several times with at least four for trespassing.

Up until recently Tyga was a major part of Wiz Khalifa’s Under The Influence of Music tour, but out of nowhere the Young Money MC dropped out.  Tyga’s abrupt departure has left Wiz feelings some type of way and when he stopped off to Power99 in Philly he spoke on it:

On things for sure, the show must go on now the tour will feature Wiz Khalifa, Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan and more.  For dates and tickets click here.

Finally last week it was revealed by TMZ Sports that soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo signed to Lil Wayne’s new sports management firm.  Over the weekend Ronaldo took to Twitter to set the record straight, stating that he was not changing his management.

TMZ is standing by their reports and redefined their story with a recent post of their own on TMZ Sports that reads:

Ronaldo tweeted that there will be NO changes to his current management team — which we’re told is partially true … no one is getting fired. He’s just adding Young Money to handle branding, marketing and other sports management issues in the United States.

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