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Monday, September 19, 2011

George Clooney in "The Ides Of March"

Backstage with Brooklyn Martino: Glasses Malone

Sunday Best: Finalists Come Together

Fabolous Responds To Ray-J's Claims With DJ Clue!

BMF's Bleu DaVinci Released From Prison; Links With Maybach Music Group

BMF Entertainment is poised to make a return to the game via a new collaboration between Bleu Davinci and Maybach Dice, an artist on Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group record label.

Bleu Davinci was recently released from prison after serving four years for dealing massive amounts of cocaine, as part of the notorious Black Mafia Family criminal organization.

Bleu Da Vinci, born Barima McKnight, hails from Caron, California.

He started serving prison time in December of 2007 for distributing over 150 kilos of cocaine.

He was sentenced to the prison stint for his role in the drug dealing operation, which raked in over $270 million dollars over a 10-year time span.

"I've recorded like 50 or 60 records since I've been home," Bleu told home I just officially got home on Friday, shooting a bunch of videos and virals…got alot going on right now."

The arrest and subsequent incarceration was a major setback for Bleu DaVinci's career, as he was the flagship artist on the BMF Entertainment record label.

During his stint behind bars, Maybach Music Group CEO Rick Ross released the hit single "B.M.F." ("Blowin' Money Fast"), which pays homage to the organization's leader, Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory.

Now the two campe are collaborating via the connection between Maybach Dice and Bleu DaVinci.

Their newest track, which is titled "Feds On Me," features Bleu DaVinci and Maybach Dice and is being touted as the first official collaboration between BMF and MMG.

"The record is talking about the Feds is on me, a nervous moutherf**ker," Bleu Davinci told "Basically, that's what the records about, being nervous. From what's happened in past situations and that everything you doing, the people are watching you."

According to Maybach Dice, he thought of the idea of reaching out Bleu DaVinci first, which led to the track that appears on his new mixtape “Bach For the 1st Time,” which was released today (September 19th).

"That was really my whole idea, when the my manager brought the situation, that was my focus, that's what I was looking towards doing. I thought about it and said 'thats a ni**a I've got to work with and bring the MMG & BMF branches together. Shouts to Rozay [Rick Ross]."

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50 Cent Sued Over 2009 Attack Over Oral Sex At Mansion

A woman that was assaulted and beaten at 50 Cent's mansion has filed a lawsuit against the rapper and several employees of G–Unit Records.

Vasti Ortiz filed the lawsuit in Superior Court of Hartford, Connecticut against G-Unit Films and Television and Curtis Jackson, a.k.a. 50 Cent.

Ortiz' lawsuit claims that she was assaulted by 50 Cent's associate Dwayne McKenzie, during a visit to the rapper's sprawling mansion, in August of 2009.

According to the lawsuit, a woman named Ivy Medina invited Vasti Ortiz and her friends to the mansion around 1:30 AM.

Ortiz claims that Dwayne McKenzie was at the mansion acting as an employee of G-Unit.

When McKenzie began to make “awkward sexual requests,” the women attempted to leave.

Dwayne McKenzie then instructed a woman named Michelle Krzykowski to attack Ortiz, who was struck in the head with a hard object, as McKenzie held her down.

Ortiz, who acted as a dancer for some music videos in the past, pepper sprayed Mckenzie and Krzykowski and managed to flee the scene.

Ortiz was rushed to a local hospital, where she needed nine staples to close a massive wound to her head.

The woman claims that she has suffered permanent injuries to her nervous system and other areas of her body as a result of the assault.

Ortiz claims that 50 Cent is responsible because the rapper failed to conduct a reasonable and “proper investigation into Dwayne McKenzie's background before allowing him to act as an agent and employee of the defendant, G-Unit, at the mansion.”

The lawsuit claims that despite Mckenzie's violent criminal history, which included a felony charge involving illegal possession of a handgun, 50 Cent continued to employee the man.

In May of 2008, Dwayne McKenzie was also arrested for striking a woman with a belt at 50 Cent's mansion, during an altercation.

In August of 2007, McKenzie was arrested for firing a .40 caliber Glock at a man who attempted to snatch his $100,000 dollar platinum and diamond necklace.

McKenzie was eventually charged with one count of unlawful discharge of a firearm and one count of reckless endangerment.

Vasti Ortiz seeks an undisclosed amount for medical bills and damage.


Diggy Simmons Talks Hottest Chicks In The Game

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Ludacris Climbs The Great Wall Of China

Ludacris visited Beijing and Shanghai last week, and added another impressive feat to his resume by climbing the Great Wall of China.


The Atlanta rapper/actor has been basking in the success of his latest movie Fast Five, which has grossed over $605 million worldwide since it's April release.

Next up for Luda is his mixtape 1.21 Gigawatts, dropping on October 12. Unlike his last mixtape Conjure: A Hustler's Spirit, this latest one will feature all original music.

Ray-J Speaks On Fight With Fabolous! "I Socked That N*gga In The Face" [Audio]

Ray-J and Fabolous got into a fight over the weekend.
Early reports are that Ray-J punched Fab in the face over some jokes on twitter about Ray singing at Floyd Mayweather Jr's house.

Ray-J said,

"You want to diss me and the Money Team, and we got 7 Rolls Royce's outside. Don't disrespect me fool," a heated Ray-J told The Breakfast Club this morning. "N*ggas saying Ray J got beat up? I smacked that n*gga in the face. All I'm saying is if you got Fab's number tell him to send a picture of his face right now. I'm not playing games with these b*tch ass n*ggas," Ray continued. "Don't disrespect me and Floyd [Mayweather Jr.] like that. I play piano in that motherf*cker every day, that's my big bro, we grew up together. So if you think I just came over there to sing a song then you got me twisted. I'm always over there."

Ray was far from done.

"I swear to God, he's running from me right now. I had 100 fools outside [the club]. He never left the club -- he was scared up in there. He tried to call the police. Shout out to my big bro Diddy because he tried to be like 'look they was just going on on you, and it was all fun and games.' Shout out to Kevin Hart, he's a comedian, but Fab aint no comedian. My homie saved his life when he was in L.A. His life was threatened by my other dudes, and my other homie saved his life. So how dare you even speak disrespectful to me. So when I seen him I was with Floyd and 50 [Cent], and he tried to say 'don't touch me' and I touched that n*gga."

Listen to Ray's interview with The Breakfast Club explaining what happened below.

Brad Pitt Issues an Apology Over Jennifer Aniston Parade Quote, Praises Her As "Giving, Loving, and Hilarious"

Brad Pitt now says he regrets making those catty remarks about ex-wife Jennifer Aniston in the new issue of Parade magazine that led to worldwide uproar.

He told the magazine his life was "pathetic" when he was married to America's sweetheart, adding, "I wasn't living an interesting life myself. I think my marriage had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn't."

Now he's apologizing—big-time. He issued a statement saying:

"It grieves me that this was interpreted this way. Jen is an incredibly giving, loving and hilarious woman who remains my friend. It is an important relationship I value greatly. The point I was trying to make is not that Jen was dull, but that I was becoming dull to myself, and that, I am responsible for."

Bonnie Fuller, Editor-in-Chief of, told INSIDE EDITION, "Brad's comments were so harsh. He already humiliated and embarrassed Jen when he left her seven years ago for his co-star Angelina Jolie, plus she had to suffer from heartbreak. Now he comes back seven years later and publicly attacks the marriage that she thought was good."

In the Parade interview, Brad calls himself a "satisfied man" with Angelina Jolie.

INSIDE EDITION found Jen out in New York's Greenwich Village Thursday night with her new boyfriend, actor Justin Theroux. He's featured in the October issue of GQ with a beard.

No comment yet from Jen about her ex's harsh remarks and his subsequent apology.

"Brad's new interview where he disses Jen, is like backstabbing her," said Fuller.

The Tragic Case of Billy Bob Thornton's Daughter

Amanda Brumfield, 32, the estranged daughter of Billy Bob Thornton, sat just 13 floors below in Florida's Orange County Courthouse, accused of murdering 1-year-old Olivia Madison Garcia. On Friday, she was convicted of aggravated manslaughter.

How did a baby – Brumfield's goddaughter, no less – die while in her care on that day in October 2008?

Brumfield claims Olivia's death was an accident, and that the baby had simply fallen a short distance out of a playpen. But prosecutors said it would be "impossible" for that type of fall to cause the 3½-inch fracture found on the girl's skull and the bleeding and swelling on her brain.

2011 Emmys Ruled By 'Modern Family' 'Mad Men,' 'Downton Abbey' and 'Mildred Pierce' also snag big awards.

"Modern Family" castmembers Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen at the 2011 Emmy Awards

On Sunday night (September 18), TV's biggest stars turned up at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to see who would go home with hardware and who would leave empty-handed.

The night's hostess, "Glee" star Jane Lynch, opened the show with a musical number that featured "Star Trek" star Leonard Nimoy and a slew of other stars, like Randy Jackson and Jon Hamm, along with his "Mad Men" crew, singing about the glories of TV and the perils of awards shows. "I know this feels stupid and schlocky and already feels overly long," Lynch joked in song.

Lynch's "Glee" alter ego Sue Sylvester, in her signature tracksuit, eventually made an appearance, and the hostess did something the show's fans have been waiting for: She slushied Coach Sylvester.

During the comedy portion of the night, "Modern Family" owned, starting with Julie Bowen beating out co-star Sofia Vergara for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. "I don't know what I'm going to talk about in therapy now; I won something!" she joked. The Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy category was filled with "Modern Family" actors, but it was Bowen's TV husband Ty Burrell who took it home, joking, "I have a job where every day I go to work in full makeup."

"Welcome back to the 'Modern Family' Awards!" Lynch joked when the show came back from break. "We decided to throw them into the drama category just to see what happens."

Charlie Sheen presented Outstanding Lead Actor In a Comedy Series to "Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons. After all the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy nominees got onstage and received a standing ovation, the Emmy went to Melissa McCarthy for her work on "Mike and Molly." In addition to an Emmy, she got a bouquet of roses and a tiara. She told the room, "Wow, it's my first and best pageant ever."

"The Amazing Race" won for Outstanding Reality Competition right before the Lonely Island crew took to the stage, along with a number of A-listers like Michael Bolton, Akon, John Stamos, Ed Helms and Maya Rudolph, for a medley of their tunes like "I Just Had Sex," "3-Way" and "Jack Sparrow."

"Glee" star Lea Michele and "Vampire Diaries" star Ian Somerhalder then presented Outstanding Directing in a Variety, Music or Comedy Series to Don Roy King for "Saturday Night Live." The vampy Anna Paquin and Scott Caan presented the Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy series award to "The Daily Show," which won for the ninth year in a row.

As the night turned more dramatic, more and more shows got in the winning mix. Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama went to Margo Martindale for her turn on the FX series "Justified." Martin Scorsese took home his first-ever Emmy, winning Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for "Boardwalk Empire."

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series went to Peter Dinklage for his work on "Game of Thrones." "Wow, I followed Martin Scorsese," he gushed. "My heart is pounding; you are a legend. ... I would like to thank my dog sitter, whose name is Kitty," he later joked.

Julianna Margulies won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her turn on "The Good Wife." Drew Barrymore passed the torch to the new "Charlie's Angels" as they handed out the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series to Kyle Chandler for the final season of "Friday Night Lights." Chandler thanked "the people of Austin, Texas, who welcomed us into their homes."

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Mini Series or Movie went to Maggie Smith for "Dowager Countess of Grantham," while Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie went to "The Kennedys" star Barry Pepper. Both Smith and Pepper weren't there to accept their awards.

It was all about "Mildred Pierce" in the remaining Mini Series or Movie categories. Outstanding Supporting Actor went to Guy Pearce, who teased, "This was really a delightful experience making 'Mildred Pierce': I got to have sex with Kate Winslet many, many times and I didn't know it would result in this," he said holding his trophy.

It was a delightful night for Kate Winslet as well, who won Outstanding Lead Actress for "Mildred Pierce. She seemed pretty stunned as she took the stage, saying, "This means such a great deal to all of us!"

Next, Outstanding Mini Series or Movie went to "Downton Abbey (Masterpiece)," while Outstanding Drama Series went to "Mad Men." "I did not think that was going to happen," "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner said. "We are so grateful. For us and our families, this is an incredible dream." The show has won for each of its four seasons.

"Modern Family" capped its big night by winning Outstanding Comedy Series, its second year in a row. Show creator Steve Levitan said, "We are so very honored to be in this room. We appreciate every single second of this. I want to thank this amazing cast," with a special shout-out to the show's kid cast.

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