So So Def front man Jermaine Dupri is getting the blues from a finance company behind money they claim he still owes on a repossessed Lamborghini.  It's being reported that he is now being sued by the company who says they had to take a loss on the vehicle to sell.  So far. JD has issued no comment to confirm or deny the story.

Anthony Hamilton, whose Grammy nominated ballad "Charlene" has come to define his musical style recently told Billboard, "I don't always want to be known as the sad cat.  I'm ready to have some fun."  Anthony made that statement in reference to something special in stores today for all his fans.  Press play to find out what it is!



In new music news, T.I. is prepping the release of his new album -- scheduled to drop in February -- and promises a new mixtape on New Years day as well.  Plus, based on their upcoming film, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa drop their soundtrack today, too. Lil Wayne is the latest celeb to break into the world of fashion and 50 Cent adds to his list of books by prepping the release of a fitness book for 2013.

Finally, the stars come out to celebrate the holidays with the first family in a televised special that airs this Friday.  For the scoop on all of today's juicy details, press play now for Tha Wire: 



Yeah for Michelle Obama!  She has earned her family another place in history.  This time around, The First lady will share the honor with more than 300,000 other participants.

Sunday, Dec. 11th, Mrs. Obama joined 300,000 people in doing the most jumping jacks in a 24-hour period, shattering the first world record of just 20,000!  Wow!  You go, girl!

Upon hearing the good news, Mrs. Obama thanked the National Geographic Kids and the Guinness Book of World Records, who helped organize the event as part of Obama's "Let's Move!"  The First Lady's Let's Move! initiative promotes physical fitness and healthy eating for children around the world and is hugely successful in getting kids everywhere involved.