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Friday, September 9, 2011

Amy Winehouse And Tony Bennett In The Studio

"Addiction: What's Yours?" Official Movie Tralier

Dame Dash Hit With 6 Counts Of Selling Liquor Without A License

Dame Dash is dealing with a new set of problems this morning.

Just last month the former co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records admitted to owing the IRS more than $2 million in unpaid taxes. Now comes news that the city of New York has hit Dash with six counts of storing and selling alcoholic beverages without a license.

According to the Village Voice, Dame's art gallery DD172 served as a "front for a suspected unlicensed club, a nuisance, a disturbance."

The gallery shut down in June of 2011, but some of Dash's former neighbors are still mad at him.

"Damon Dash was a terrible neighbor. It was always super loud, super noisy, tons of garbage in the street. All these 18-year-old kids smoking and drinking—real thugs. They were disrespectful to the neighborhood," said one neighbor, who claims that "the owner rented to Damon Dash to f*ck with the neighbors,"

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Marijuana Charges Against Wiz Khalifa in North Carolina Dismissed

Wiz Kalifah caught in big break when marijuana related charges were dropped against him in North Carolina.

The rapper and his crew were arrested last November after a concert at East Carolina University, when their tour bus was raided.

Kalifah, real name Cameron Thomaz, was charged with with trafficking marijuana, maintaining a place for sale of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The District Attorney later determined that a clerical error had been made, and the amount of weed seized on the bus did not exceed the 10-pound threshold for a trafficking charge.

“The magistrate or someone at that office must have misread the statute. We discovered the error maybe two hours after Thomaz paid the bondsman's premium and left. Because of that, it was a high price he paid for bringing the drug onto the campus. Had he remained to discover the error, he would not have been bonded so high, probably $1,000," D.A. Clark Everett told

Mark Owens III, the attorney representing Kalifah said the university never should have booked his client knowing his love for weed in advance.

"Kahlifa's preferences and musical expression existed before his appearance in Greenville. Marijuana is a large part of his persona," Owens said. "I find it ironic that East Carolina knowingly asked him to come and then chose to take their actions, justified or not under the law,” Owens said. “If you have a problem with cholesterol and high blood pressure, you don't ask (a barbecue restaurant) to cater your lunch. That's just a country boy's observation."

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