Hip Hop facts and events most ya'll don't know about
|03-04-2013, 03:24 PM||away - #1781|
We all know, that actor/comedian Eddie Murphy was stopped in a Toyota Land Cruiser with Atisone (Shalomar) Seiuli, a 21-year old ‘transse#ual’ prostitute wanted on a prostitution charge.
Murphy claimed he was playing “good Samaritan” and giving Seiuli a ride home.
The tabloids had a field day.
Murphy filed a $5 million dollar lawsuit, accusing the tabloids of trying to damage his reputation and his publicist called the reports ‘malice and reckless.’
What you didn’t know: Murphy quietly dropped the lawsuit against the ‘National Enquirer’ and helped the tabloid pay their attorney’s fees.
Also, the transse#ual prostitute that was a pa##enger in Murphy’s SUV was allegedly working on a book disclosing her numerous celebrity clients, some of the biggest names in Hollywood.
On April 22, 1998, Atisone (Shalomar) Seiuli fell to her [rip] when ‘she’ was supposedly trying to enter the fifth-floor window of her Korea town Apartment from the roof, after having accidentally locked ‘herself’ out.
The manuscript for ‘her’ book has never been found and remains missing
|03-04-2013, 03:27 PM||away - #1782|
According to the book, "Notorious C.O.P." by Derrick Parker: A very famous hip-hop jeweler was not only involved in organized crime and the trafficking of different items, he also figured prominently in the murk of another jeweler in New Jersey-who had documents "with his name" on them when he died. This same jeweler loaned money to a friend to open a pawn shop, when the friend refused to pay him back, he took out a "contract" on his life. This man is also known for buying large amounts of stolen jewelry and melting it down for resell. And, if that isn't enough, he is also suspected in a second murk of yet another man in the jewelry profession. Allegedly, he murked the man over a dispute in a hotel room, although the police have circumstantial evidence, they never had enough hard evidence to make a case against him.
any idea? and no its not Jacob (maybe)
Faith and Puff:
According to Faith Evans: "Although I was starting to go out again, after Big's murk, I wasn't really ready to record or perform yet."
"So when Puffy called my house in New Jersey, I took a deep breath and prepared to say no to whatever he wanted."
"You gotta come to the studio," Puff said. "We about to make history."
"Puff, I need more time, I'm just trying to adjust to Big not being here."
"I understand that. But I'm doing this for Big and I have to have you on it."
"I just don't know if I can do it."
"I know you can," Puff said. "I want it to be you. You gotta make it come together."
"I really don't know if I can."
"Listen, I want to do a tribute and I want to make it the biggest song we've ever done." Come to Daddy's House tomorrow at seven.
I went into the studio to hear what they were working on. Puffy was trying to rework the O'Jay's "Miss You," but it wasn't coming together. We ended the session and tried again the next day.
This time, there was another song playing on repeat in the studio, "Every Breath You Take." by the Police.
Before I could go into the booth, I found myself gripped by a paralyzing fear and began to cry. The intensity of the song, coupled with the fact that I hadn't sung since Big's funeral made the tears flow down my face. I had to excuse myself.
Later, we finished recording.
In late summer, while "I'll Be Missing You," was still running the airwaves, Puff was invited to perform the song with myself and 112.
I heard through a friend that Puff wanted me there, and I told her it wasn't going to happen.
I began to avoid Puff at all costs. If I heard he was at the studio, I didn't go. If I got a message that he called, I didn't call back. I hoped he would give up and just use a vocal track for my part of the song.
My friend Cheryl was with me at the studio one afternoon when Puff called looking for me.
"She's not going to perform that song, I heard her say."
I could hear his screams coming from the other end of the phone.
Cheryl winced and just looked at me, exhaled and pa##ed me the phone.
"Puff, I'm not ready," I said.
"You not ready?" he yelled. "What the !! are you talking about?
"Look. We here. And we gotta go live. We have a hit song right now and we need to perform it together. If you not ready, get ready."
"Faith, listen to me," Puff said in a low voice. "You want to give up on your career? Fine." His voice began to get louder and louder.
"But you will not !! up my !!. Do you hear me?
"Fine!" I said. "I'll do the show."
I hung up and collapsed onto the sofa in the studio lounge sobbing hysterically.
I was mad at myself that I allowed him to have this kind of effect on me.
I threw my head back on the sofa and began to ma##age my temples with my fingers.
I knew at that moment that something was going to have to change.
After we performed the song live, I still had issues with the way Puff had screamed at me to get me to perform. I was determined to stop allowing him or anyone else for that matter, to push my buttons.
I was also angry at Puff for other reasons. Puff began to work with Lil Kim and the rest of Junior Mafia. Now, Puff can work with whoever he wants. But they weren't signed to Bad Boy, I was. And, I felt like I was having a hard time getting his attention to even discuss my album.
I really felt disconnected from Puff and the label. I wanted the support. But, I just didn't feel like it was there.
Source: "Keep The Faith," by: Faith Evans & Aliya S. King
|03-04-2013, 03:28 PM||away - #1783|
Treach used to Beat Pep's a##
According to Pepa: When I finally got to see Naughty By Nature perform, I got to know Treach, aka Brad, a whole lot better.
It was a great time. He was so spontaneous and cool. We spent the next few days partying and talking. And the thing that I loved was that he didn't try to sleep with me. We kissed, but that was as far as it went.
I guess he respects me, I thought to myself.
I wasn't some chicken head or groupie. I wasn't some regular chick. I was an est@blished artist, too. Salt-N-Pepa was huge. And he respected and treated me special.
By the time we got back to New Jersey, we were inseparable. Being with him was like that bungee-jump-ride, it was scary and thrilling, it took my stomach and gave me a rush all at the same time. I never knew what to expect from him, and that was both good and bad. I started to see the bad less than a month into our relationship.
We were at a party and I was being my bubbly self, mingling with the other guests. It was a party he brought me to in New Jersey. The thing was, Brad met me being the life of the party, bugging out and having fun, so I didn't think anything about mingling with the guests and being my crazy self. But he was upset. I found out that he thought I was being a little too friendly. When I was ready to go, I went to find him and someone told me he had left.
"Left?" I said.
I came here with him. He was my ride. How could he just leave and not even say anything? I was pissed. I asked someone to take me to his place. I was going to confront him. He couldn't just leave me at a party like that. When I got to his house, I asked him. "How are you going to just leave me like that!"
Before I got out another word, I saw stars. He hauled off and hit me right in the mouth. I was shocked, stunned. He didn't stop there. I had been staying with him at his aunt's place in East Orange and I had my things there. He went and got my stuff, balled up my clothes, and threw them out of the front door.
Confused and angry, I ran onto the streets and started collecting my stuff. My mouth hurt and so did my pride. I called a cab and went home.
The next day he came around talking about how he was sorry. Actually, he didn't even say the words I'm sorry, but he started talking about his childhood and how nobody loved him and how he was feeling that I was playing him out by talking to other people at the party, and he just lost it.
I don't know why, but seeing him like that, all vulnerable and sad, I felt sorry for him. I could see the little boy who was abandoned, whom nobody loved, with all of this pain and anger, and I understood where he was coming from. He had me from that moment. I guess I could even excuse his hitting me. I had been hit before. And I was of the mind-set where I believed that if a man hit me, it meant he cared. For him to get that mad to have that much emotion, he must really care for me.
Source: "Let's Talk About Pep," by Sandy "Pepa" Denton
According to Pepa: I had spent years in denial, running, hiding and covering up for my ex-husband, who I will call "Brad." So many times I went places bruised and having to wear sungla##es or heavy makeup to cover it up. It was embarra##ing but for some reason, I rationalized it to myself. He was sick and I was the only one who could make him healthy.
Actor/Director Charles S. Dutton tried to help me move on. He was the director on a movie, "First Time Felon," that Brad and I did together. It also starred Omar Epps.
Wasn't Treach in this movie? Hmmm.
One night Brad and I argued over nothing in particular and he slapped me in my face. He was usually careful about hitting me in my face, especially if we had an appearance or something to do. He had slapped me so hard that my cheek was swollen. The next day, the makeup artist did her best to cover it up but Charles Dutton noticed it.
He didn't really say much to me but he invited me to stay in his apartment for the night while he stayed somewhere else. Charles told me it might be a good idea to clear my mind and be alone.
After the movie wrapped, I got an invitation to hang out with a friend, her fiance was actor Omar Epps. They shared a beautiful house in the hills of California. The fun we had came to a halt when "Brad" showed up unexpectedly.
Omar told me, "Just hear him out, you don't take him back but he did come all this way."
I guess men stick together on things like this.
"Brad" put his stuff in my room, he really didn't have much to say. That night, I fell asleep in his arms. The next thing I knew, I opened my eyes and he's standing over me.
He screamed, "B**ch!, I want a divorce!"
He then grabbed my ring off my finger and threw it at me with all his might. It was like a five-carat diamond and it hit me right in the middle of my forehead.
He grabbed me and yanked me out of the bed. He started slamming me into the headboard. He picked me up by my throat, choking me and he slammed me into the footboard. I felt as if my back had cracked open on the hard metal.
He kept yelling, "F**k you, !!!" as he kept punching me.
He then banged my head into the wall several times and continued to choke me, I was scratching with my hands, trying to pull off because I thought he was going to choke me to [rip]. He pulled me back by my hair and slammed me into the railing again. He was going crazy.
Finally, the door swung open. Omar ran in and Kalima was right behind him, screaming and hollering for him to get off me.
Omar was trying to be real calm and cool. "Come on, man, Stop."
Kalima was calling Brad every name in the book and making him angrier but he let go long enough for me to make a run for it. I hit the door and headed to the stairs. He ran after me, and caught me at the top of the staircase. And, he had a handful of my hair with one hand and was choking me with the other one. I was practically dangling over these stairs.
Omar was screaming, "Man, let her go," she's not worth giving up your whole life. Let her go." Brad released his grip and I turned around and hauled a## out the front door. I ran down the streets screaming, "He's trying to k#ll me."
I know I woke up the whole neighborhood. But, a house two doors down opened its doors to me. I was beaten, bloody, half-nak#d and scared for my life. And while I knew I was never going back, I also wasn't strong enough to tell the truth, I couldn't press charges. I couldn't make him pay. So I lied.
Omar had taken Brad to a local hotel to get him away from me and the police. I didn't speak to him for a long time after that and I never went back.
According to Pepa: When I was released from the hospital after Brad aka Treach burned me with a hot iron and sliced my cornea. Salt came over. She was so sad for me, she said, "Come on, Sandy. You can't keep doing this."
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|03-04-2013, 03:33 PM||away - #1784|
Martial arts star Jackie Chan once starred in an X-rated adult movie-but he doesn't regret his [..] past. The "Rush Hour" star starred in the film "All In The Family," 31 years ago when he was a struggling actor. He says, "I had to do anything I could do to make a living but I don't think it's a big deal-even Marlon Brando used to be exposed in his movies.
|03-04-2013, 03:48 PM||away - #1785|
Big Daddy Kane Kidnapped?
According to Derrick Parker, the author of “Notorious Cop,” back in the day, two guys got k#lled in a Bed-Stuy shootout. Parker interviewed one of his street informants, the informant identified the perps by showing him a ‘Big Daddy Kane,’ album-the shooters were pictured posing on the album’s back cover photograph. Big Daddy Kane almost became a victim, himself. A baller who went by two street names, ‘Infinite,’ and ‘Infinity’ was looking to rob and kidnap Kane, back then, kidnapping was common-they’d hold hostages for ransom but the police would never know because no one ever reported these kidnappings to the police out of fear. Infinite was big in the streets, he rode around in fancy limos and he knew the right people in the music industry. Kane managed to avoid Infinite’s abduction attempts.
|03-04-2013, 03:53 PM||away - #1786|
WHAT DO TUPAC & ELVIS HAVE IN COMMON?
What do icons Tupac and Elvis have in common? Both had less than $50,000 in the bank when they died. Due to Priscilla Presley’s business savvy, she turned “Graceland” into a tourist attraction, at it’s peak, revenue exceeded $25 million per year. After Tupac’s murk, allegedly, his estranged father came forward to claim a portion of his estate. It would later be stated in court papers that his father was never in his life and contributed very little in his upbringing. Which brings us to the question, who was Biggie’s father? We hear nothing about him, not even his name and he never came forward after his murk, is he still alive?
|03-11-2013, 07:59 AM||away - #1787|
Bump this is a hell of a thread
|03-21-2013, 09:56 PM||away - #1788|
|04-05-2013, 05:44 PM||away - #1789|
|04-28-2013, 08:31 PM||away - #1790|
idk how i came across this but i got some !!
The 50 and Ja beef is probably the deepest ever.It supposedly starts from Irv's affiliation with supreme,who is rumored to havehad a hand in the [rip] of 50 mom and supposedly is 50s estrannged dad.check the resemblances
Meek Mill was beat up by rapper Joey Jihad and his crew and ran away and thats what led to him being at the radio station the day ross had touched down in philly and cosigned him which led to the mmg deal
^^this i can go more detail in but i dont live in philly or talk on that no more so ill just let !! be
the supposed stevie j and joseline se#tape is out there,just not being shopped heavily
Eminem and 50 Cent recorded a song called The Re-UP where there both dissing The Game but eminem distorted his lyrics in his verse so you cant clearly make out the diss but his whole verse is aimed towards a reconciliation between game and 50
Theres pictures of a young lil reese and lil jay with the g-unit chain that was snatched from buck in chicago
|04-29-2013, 05:31 AM||away - #1791|
probably not the same lil reese
|04-29-2013, 05:43 AM||online - #1792|
yo this is a dope a## thread
|05-10-2013, 04:43 PM||away - #1793|
T.I. had the "Go Crazy" beat back in 04 before it was released on Jeezy's Thug Motivation 101. He used it for a freestyle on the "Down With the King" mixtape.
|06-01-2013, 05:56 PM||online - #1794|
*statistical data pull
|06-01-2013, 05:58 PM||away - #1795|
|06-01-2013, 06:34 PM||away - #1796|
Big Pun set up and pulled an Uzi on a young/upcoming DJ Whoo-kid for playing a diss record aimed at Pun by former Rocafella artist 'Sauce Money' in response to Pun hitting Jay-Z with a bottle at Jimmy's. Jay later had the record pulled and swept it under the rug because he didn't want the 'bottle' incident going public.
Pun was a G.
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|06-22-2013, 09:02 PM||away - #1797|
|07-03-2013, 01:51 PM||away - #1798|
|07-03-2013, 05:41 PM||away - #1799|
Read this entire thread. Good !!!!
|07-30-2013, 12:42 PM||away - #1800|
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