Shocking new details have surfaced in the murder case of up-and-coming rapper Slim Dunkin.  According to police, they're saying Slim was killed over a piece of candy.  How sad is that?  It's bad enough were out here killing one another, but over candy?



Unbelievably, police can't get anyone to come forward with information about the shooter, who by the way, is still at-large, in-spite of the fact that close to 30 people were in the studio when Slim was murdered.  We gotta do better people.  We got to do better, for real.  Press play for more detail surrounding the case.



Meanwhile, some idiot threw a bottle at The Game during his performance in Norway Tuesday.  See how Game reacts to the incident.



Floyd Mayweather, Jr., doesn't just fight men, he fights women, too.  He was in court recently and sentenced to 90 days after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge.  Press play to hear the whole run down, but here's some video footage from his day in court.



Not cool, Floyd.  In other news, your boy Diddy is promising some big changes in 2012 -- including a new alcohol venture and backing away from music.  Well, not all the way.  Get all the details on this and all of the above now.  Press play for Tha Wire: 


Percussionist, song-writer, musical arranger, record producer and steelpan virtuoso Ralph MacDonald, succumbed to lung cancer at his Stamford, Connecticut home on Sunday. He was 67.

MacDonald worked some of the industry's elite from Stevie Wonder to Paul Simon to Aretha Franklin.  More notably, he will forever be known as the man who wrote "Just The Two Of Us" for Bill Withers and "Where Is The Love" for Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway.

MacDonald earned two Grammys for contributing the "Calypso Breakdown" to the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.  The legend passed away Sunday and is survived by his wife, Grace, four children, a sister and three grandchildren.  Our condolences to his family and friends.