It's very unusual to here anything negative about 28-year-old singer/actor Trey Songz, however he got arrested recently when his efforts to "make it rain"....went bad.

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According to 36-year-old stripper Donna McIntosh-Inoe, she took a picture of Trey with her cell phone in the VIP section of Club Perfection in Queens, New York where he was celebrating the release of his album "Chapter V".  McIntosh-Inoe said, “He chucked a wad of cash at me.  I didn’t even know I had a bruise on my face until after I left the club.  “I had to walk around a whole week with a black eye.”

According to McIntosh-Inoe, Trey grabbed her phone and tried to delete the picture, but couldn’t figure out how to work her phone, so he threw the cash at her.   With that, she told the daily news, “Everyone else was taking a picture.  The difference for me and the other girls is that they were naked and I had clothes on.”  She added,“It was insulting that he just threw something.  He was verbally disrespectful as well. . . . He embarrassed me in front of everyone in the club.”

Believe it or not, she claims she felt so disrespected, that she didn’t pick up the money and pressed charges instead.  For more info on Treys charges, listen to Tha Wire below.

In other drama, Wu-tang member RZA is being sued for "sticking it" to a dutch singer who claims he owes her royalties.  Thea Van Siejaen claims she did a bunch of tracks for the rap legend and he stuck her for her paper, basically paying her only a fraction of what he owes her.  Learn more below.


In the meantime, Game has sparked up a new beef.  This time around with Michelle Malkin of Fox News.  The reporter, well known for making inflammatory statements, put a photo of Games album cover on he personal page and basically poked fun at it by typing telling her followers "See the blasphemously "dope" album cover."  The "shade" pissed Game off and the two engaged in a little back and fourth.  Here's what he had to say about the matter when he stopped by to see DJ Skee:

Finally, several members Odd Future have found themselves at the center of a lawsuit. A 17-year fan claims that while at a Odd Future concert recently he got brutally the group. Yep, you guessed it, he's suing. Get all of today's juicy details with Tha Wire now. Press play now!