After performing alongside Hov last night at Madison Square, Cudi took to Twitter and vented about the typographical errors on his album. Ironically, he spelled “Rediculous” wrong. But don’t be maaad, Scott. “A Star Is Born” off The Blueprint 3 was spelled “Bortn” when I loaded it to iTunes. Besides, you don’t want to get on Sylvia Rhone’s bad side. Ask, Drake. Heads Up: Omen Previously: Kid Cudi On David Letterman
Here’s MJ’s induction speech into the Hall Of Fame. Other inductees included John Stockton (Top 5, 1 guard ever?) and The Admiral, David Robinson. More after the jump, man.
Yesterday, political pundit Glenn Beck appeared on political prick Bill O’Reilly’s show. Discussing Jay’s 9/11’s benefit concert, Glenn shows off his @S_C autographed copy of Bill’s book, A Bold Fresh Piece Of Humanity. The inscription reads: “Peace Bill, Jay-Z. Off That.” Ha! Hov just played you out.
“See who’s your real friends when your back is against the wall.” Yep, when the grass is cut, the snakes will show. In the meantime, Sai-Gitty displays his loyalty to Tru-Lizzy who’s currently incarcerated for allegedly catching a body. Props: NR via X
Last night on the corner of 7th Ave and 32nd St in Manhattan, Jay-Z solidified his spot as the greatest rapper ever. Selling out the Garden for an eighth time, Jigga ran through a string of hits including cuts off The Blueprint 3. If you couldn’t experience it live, capture the moment after the cut.
Scott appeared on Dave’s nightly spot and performed “Pursuit of Happiness (Nightmare)” along with Ratatat. Still haven’t heard Man On The Moon, but from what I’m told it’s that black emo rap.
Yesterday, Michael Jeffery Jordan held court before getting inducted to Naismith Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. There’s no “i” in team, but there’s an “I” in win. Ha!