Say it ain't so!  According to the New York Post, Wyclef Jean's charity Yele Haiti has "spending practices" that did little to help the people in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that ravaged the country.  Clef is being accuse

"Sing Your Song" New York Screening

of donating less than a third of the 16 million his charity collected for emergency relief efforts.  Plus a "food distributor" in Miami is said to have collected more than one million for it's services.  There's only one problem though, it allegedly doesn't exist.

Jury Reaches Verdict In Dr. Conrad Murray Trial

It's D day for Dr. Murray.  In a matter of hours the world will know if he's gonna have to do all his time (4 years) or if he's gonna walk.  Michael Jackson's family has pleaded with the Judge Pastor to make Murray serve every minute while the LA. D.A. wants Murray to pay restitution to the tune of 10o million!

2007 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony - Show

Don't miss Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel, Scorpio, Rick Ross, Common and Lupe Fiasco perform a one of a kind version of "The Message" tomorrow night!  For more details press play now for the latest with Tha Wire:


MTV Sucker Free Presents Lil Boosie And Fantasia

Lil Boosie arrived at district court this morning for a pre-trial motion and ended up pleading guilty to drug charges.  According to reports Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, pleaded guilty to three counts of conspiring to bring drugs into a penal institution.  It's official, he's gonna do time beings that Judge Mike Erwin sentenced him to eight years in prison.

Investigators said he tried to smuggle drugs into Dixon Correctional Center once and into Angola State Penitentiary twice.  Lil Boosie requested drug rehab after the judge handed down the sentence, in which Judge Erwin said he would recommend it but could not order it.

Lil Boosie is also charged with first-degree murder in the death of Terry Boyd.  Judge Erwin set the murder trial to begin April 30 of 2012.  In the meantime, Lil Boosie's lawyers subpoenaed Michael Louding, also known as Marlo Mike, to testify on Lil Boosie's behalf after repeatedly trying to get Louding on the stand.

Louding is accused of six separate murders himself, on top of that Prosecutors said Louding told them Boosie hired him as a hit man to murder Terry Boyd and others.  However, Louding's attorney Margaret Lagatutta, ain't havin it and said she will fight the subpoena.


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