Big Boi Injured During A Performance Over The Weekend — Tha Wire [VIDEO]
As we send our condolences out to Andre 3000 for the tragic loss of his mother, his Outkast partner Big Boi isn’t exactly having a good week either.
The son of Chico Dusty injured himself during a concert performance in Illinois Sunday night. Big Boi is currently on tour supporting his December LP Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors in the Shoes for Running tour with fellow ATL rhymer Killer Mike.
However, that’s been brought to a screeching halt as the ‘Shutterbug’ MC went on his blog Monday (May 27) to inform fans in St. Louis, that a scheduled show would be postponed. He wrote: "Injured my leg on stage yesterday, headed to the A for some test #TooTurntUp #Turndownforwhat….”
For more details, listen to Tha Wire below. In the meantime, we wish Big Boy a speedy recovery.
In other news, Busta Rhymes' studio sessions are causing him some legal trouble. According to reports the legendary MC is being sued for allegedly skipping out the bill of just over $70,000. Paramount Recording Studio is accusing Bussa Buss of racking up 375 studio hours between December 2011 and February 2012, without dropping a dime on the mounting bill. Below is more details concerning the lawsuit including how much Bussa Buss is being sued for. Listen to Tha Wire below.
Finally, some people never learn and unfortunately Chief Keef has gotten himself arrested again. This time around, the 17-year-old Chi-Town rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, was driving 110 mph in a 55 mph zone.
TMZ reports that police pulled him over in a 2011 BMW X6 M early this morning. Off the bat officers said he violated his drivers permit by having three passengers in the car, when it only allows for one. At last word Keef is still in custody, however authorities have released his vehicle to one of the passengers.
This incident is the latest in the rappers short-lived career. Sadly, he's got quite an extensive rap sheet. Get more info on this story and all of the above now. Press play to hear Tha Wire now: