Snoop Teams Up With Willie Nelson To Drop Weed Anthem! –Tha Wire
It's not a joke people. We all know Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson love weed, so much so, they teamed up with fellow stoner actor/musician Kris Kristofferson to record a new weed anthem!
The unlikely trio wrote and released "Roll Me Up" in honor of the unofficial weed holiday 4/20. The song isn't to bad either. Click this to take a listen. Meanwhile, press play to hear the story behind the infamous holiday and learn who's album the single could be found on. Scroll down and press play to hear Tha Wire.
In other entertainment news today, Ray J is being sued by a radio station for giving them the shaft! He was paid for an appearance and was not only a no-show, but allegedly kept the money! Get the who, what, when and where on these juicy details.
In other news, 50 Cent is being sued by the front runner of the legendary Persuaders for sampling one of their songs. Plus, Rick Ross narrowly escaped a drug bust on his yacht this weekend in Florida. Get today scoop, skinny, mess and drama now with Tha Wire. Press play:
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Tyga's got some pretty loyal fans, but one in particular takes the cake. 21 year-old Alyssa Bloechl decided to show Tyga how much she loves him by spray painting several buildings. I'm guessing she had a couple of screw's loose, because when authorities caught her in the act she ran off screaming "ten ten ten twenties on ya t*tties, b*tch."
Yah....this is for real. By the way the graffiti she plastered on several buildings on an unspecified campus read "Rack City B*tch". She was eventually, stopped, arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
So last week, we shared a little story about a 21-year-old woman who got arrested for spray-painting Tyga's rhymes all over buildings in her town. It was a pretty funny story, really (scroll to the bottom). It's a shame it wasn't true. That's right -- we got punked.
In the original story we posted last week, 21-year-old Alyssa Alyssa Bloechl showed her stripes for Tyga by plastering several buildings with graffiti and then running from the cops while screaming “ten ten ten twenties on ya t*tties, b*tch," which -- let's face it -- is an awesome story.
Shortly afterwards, though, we discovered it was a hoax. SOHH.com reports that, in fact, Bloechl is a student at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and she works on the student newspaper there. Every semester, the paper publishes a "fake news" edition, and this year all the editors had fake arrest stories written about them, kind of like an April Fool's-type joke.
So, no, Alyssa Bloechl did not run around singing "Rack City" while tagging the skyline. Apparently, she and her friends are ... a bit more creative than that. And that's what we get for trusting the Internet.