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Lil Wayne's Death.

Is Lil Wayne really dead? That's the question on most everyone's mind after news that Lil Wayne, otherwise known as Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., famous American rapper, has been shot dead in a gang war. The internet is currently swamped with searches for news about Lil Wayne's death in what Google Trends can only classify as volcanic. But what's the truth? Is he really dead? I've tried reading some of the blog entries about the subject but they all say it's just a rumour, probably perpetrated by someone with nothing better to do, through text messaging. On the other hand, I read an entry on Yahoo Answers that said the news of Lil Wayne's death was broadcast over the radio. Now, if it was worthy enough to be on radio news then it's probably true. I'm confused. Still waiting for the truth about Lil Wayne's death to come out.

If it's just a rumour, then his millions of fans around the world can breathe a sigh of relief, and curse the perpetrators of this nasty hoax to the high heavens. I cannot really consider myself a
fan of Lil Wayne though I sometimes find myself dancing in my seat to the beat of his music as it played on the radio. This is a nasty rumour (if it is a just a rumour). A few days ago, it was on the net that Katt Williams died. Who's next? Obama? McCain? Palin? But then again rumours about someone's death may not be all that bad. In our neck of the woods, if you're rumoured to have died and it turns out to be false, superstition dictates that it will result to a longer life for the victim.

Update: I just found this news entry about Lil Wayne's death. It's a news report from BBC News that says Dwayne Carter Jr., aka Lil Wayne, has allegedly died of severe gunshot wounds in a hospital in New Orleans after figuring in an altercation shortly after at the New Orleans Arena. Here's the complete report from the BBC.

Akon doesn't know how old he is.

All it’s going to do is depress me,” the multiplatinum-selling recording artist told The Associated Press in a recent interview. “I don’t want to know I’m getting older. Then I’ll start to think about getting checkups and insurance. I don’t want that.”

Numerous reports have put his age between 25 to 35 years old. In 2006, he gave his age as 25. But now, he claims his birth certificate shows he was born on April 16, 1977, which would make him 31.

“In Africa … age is not important over there. They don’t care. People only focus on it here (America) and in Europe,” he explains.

You’re as old as you feel says the “Konvict” boss.

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Are Rihanna and Chris Brown engaged to marry? Because that’s the message that’s being given off by the Umbrella singer’s massive diamond ring which she’s proudly been displaying on her wedding finger.

Despite the pair both denying they are an item, Rihanna has been romantically linked to the Kiss Kiss star for months and have been snapped in public kissing and cuddling.

The pair stepped up speculation about their relationship last week when they were snapped frolicking in a hot tub together in Los Angeles.

And now Rihanna has fuelled rumours that they are to walk down the aisle after she was snapped sporting a ring on her left hand.

Rihanna wearing her 'engagement ring' on a Spanish TV appearance last month

The Dream and Christina Milian Hollywood’s Newest Couple!?


Yes, The Dream and Christina Milian were spotted two too many times within a short period of time.

In this case, they might be considered a new item. He says no, but his body language at the Thompson Hotel shindig in Manhattan says otherwise. Actually, he didn’t give a straight “No” answer but according to him, the  relationship is all business, nothing personal. He said his production company will be partnering with the actress/singer.




Jay-Z and Mary J. Blige are being sued for stealing music.


Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z are among the targets of a federal song-swiping suit by two New Jersey men.

Jermaine Jumpp and Michael C. Adams accuse Blige’s renowned producer, Rodney “Dark child” Jerkins, of swiping the beat from their “On My Grind” for Blige’s “Enough Crying’.”

The plaintiffs claim they submitted a CD containing their song to Jerkins back in 2001 and were shocked when “Enough Crying’ ” surfaced on 2005 album The Breakthrough. Jay-Z got a co-writing credit; they got bupkis.

Ashanti’s mom doesn’t want Nelly to put a ring on it!


“Tina sticks her nose in everything because she’s also Ashanti’s manager,” a source tells Star. “She’s always pushing Ashanti to make more money, to always look great. It stresses her out, and Nelly doesn’t like that.”

The rapper, 34, has tried to encourage Ashanti, 28, to become more independent, but “Tina has such a strong personality that she’s kind of afraid of her.” Still, if the singer doesn’t put her mom in her place soon, she won’t be getting that rock she’s been hoping for.

“Before he makes her his wife,” adds the source, “Nelly wants to know that Ashanti can make decisions on her own.”

Eddie Murphy neglects his daughter because of her mother.


“To see the kid, he’d have to see the mother,” a friend of the Norbit actor, 47 (who has five other children by his ex-wife Nicole Mitchell, and two from a previous relationship), tells OK!. “Maybe when she’s older, Eddie will see Angel, but not now.”

Mel, 33 (real name Melanie Brown), says, “I want Angel to know she has two parents who love her so much,” but the insider scoffs, “Mel’s a crazy woman. Eddie wants to stay far away from her.”
OK! Magazine