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Young Buck was successful at passing his mandatory drug tests since 2013. Although, all of that has changed, and he could be facing jail time.
At first, Buck tried to blame it on second-hand smoke before confessing to smoking weed. Before this incident, he passed 21 drug tests since November 2013.
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Rick Ross has himself to blame for blasting the sex tape of his baby mama out to the world … so claims 50 Cent who is now taking aim at Ross in court, reports TMZ.
50’s lawsuit attempts to deflect blame from himself for the video which now has millions of views. Lastonia Leviston has sued 50 claiming she was so distraught after 50 posted the video she contemplated suicide.
But 50 says Ross is actually the one who created the problem because he or someone associated with him was the first to post it, and 50 just linked to it.
50 points to an interview Ross did with a radio station the day before the video was posted in which he said he was going to put the sex tape online.
50 says in his legal docs if he loses his lawsuit to Leviston, Ross should cover most of the judgment because he’s really the guilty party.
Leviston claims in her lawsuit the guy in her sex tape gave the video to 50 — who was more than eager to blast it out because it would embarrass his rival, Rick Ross.
The first images of Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J. Simpson, Courtney B. Vance as Johnnie Cochran and more cast members as their characters in FX’s upcoming limited series, “American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson” have arrived thanks to Entertainment Weekly.
Also revealed: John Travolta as defense attorney Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer as defense attorney Robert Kardashian, Sarah Paulson as prosecutor Marcia Clark and Billy Magnussen as Kato Kaelin.
Based on the book “The Run of His Life: The People V. O.J. Simpson” by Jeffrey Toobin, the limited series is a look at the Simpson trial told from the perspective of the lawyers. It explores the chaotic behind-the-scenes dealings and maneuvering on both sides of the court, and how a combination of prosecution overconfidence, defense shrewdness, and the LAPD’s history with the city’s African-American community gave a jury what it needed: reasonable doubt.
Production of the FX limited series is currently underway in Los Angeles. Ryan Murphy (“American Horror Story,” “The Normal Heart”) will direct the first episode and serve as Executive Producer, along with Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and Brad Falchuk.
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A new TV spot for “Straight Outta Compton” has surfaced ahead of its August 14 arrival in theaters.
Per Universal Pictures:
In the mid-1980s, the streets of Compton, California, were some of the most dangerous in the country. When five young men translated their experiences growing up into brutally honest music that rebelled against abusive authority, they gave an explosive voice to a silenced generation. Following the meteoric rise and fall of N.W.A., ”Straight Outta Compton” tells the astonishing story of how these youngsters revolutionized music and pop culture forever the moment they told the world the truth about life in the hood and ignited a cultural war.
Starring O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins and Jason Mitchell as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, Straight Outta Compton is directed by F. Gary Gray (”Friday”, ”Set It Off”, ‘The Italian Job”).
The drama is produced by original N.W.A. members Ice Cube and Dr. Dre, who are joined by fellow producers Matt Alvarez and Tomica Woods-Wright. Will Packer serves as executive producer of the film alongside Gray.
Watch the new trailer below:
OWN has announced that its new Evelyn Lozada docu-series “Livin’ Lozada” will premiere on July 11 at 9 p.m., followed by the return of “Flex & Shanice” at 10.
As previously reported, “Livin’ Lozada” follows Evelyn of “Basketball Wives” fame, and her 21-year-old daughter Shaniece. The reality star has moved on from the heartache of her highly publicized divorce from Chad Ochocinco and is engaged to Major League Baseball player Carl Crawford. The couple has a one-year-old son, Leo.
Between learning to be a mom all over again, setting up a new home in Los Angeles for her and her family, working on getting the sequel to her first book published, as well as dealing with issues surrounding her family back East…Evelyn has a lot going on.
Not to be outdone, her daughter Shaniece has a blossoming modeling career and is working on starting her own bikini line, while looking to her mom for advice which she (sometimes) takes.
OWN says, “Each episode is filled with close friends and relatives in the ladies’ lives who help round out a world filled with laughter, support and encouragement as we follow Shaniece carving out the new life before her and Evelyn moving on from her past and embracing the new life she has found.”
“Flex & Shanice” continues to follow the lives of husband and wife duo, actor Flex Alexander (“One on One”), Grammy-nominated singer Shanice (“I Love Your Smile”) and their extended family all living together under one roof.
From the outside looking in, Flex and Shanice are living the dream — they are beautiful celebrities with a long-standing marriage, gorgeous kids and a lovely home in suburbia. But what this fairytale couple has been hiding from the world is that they have been struggling financially for the past five years, so they moved their hilarious extended family in to help make ends meet.
As the couple often says, “We’re not where we want to be, but we’re not where we used to be,” and viewers will see just that in the second season. But nine people under one roof can add just as much stress as it relieves. And while Flex builds on his acting and stand-up careers with the release of his graphic novel, Shanice hustles to convince a Grammy-nominated producer to EP her new album while raising two precocious kids. This family is just trying to hold it together for long enough to capture that one big break that could turn their luck around.