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Roxanne Shante’s Malpractice?
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Say it ain’t so. Contrary to previous reports, Slate reveals that Roxanne Shante was never contractually signed to Warner Bros. In fact, there’s no proof that the label paid for her college education. She admits to the site that she is not a doctor nor has a license to practice psychology (or any related field) in NY state. Lucy Roxy, you got some esplainin‘ to do.

Cory Gunz Just Wants To Be Successful

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Cory posts up with XXL and talks about his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape and life after last years Freshman cover. Towards the end of the interview, he says that he wants to achieve the same success as Michael Jackson and be mentioned with hip-hop’s elite. Get in line, young gunner.

Party Don’t Stop: DJ AM On DJ Hero

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With the untimely demise of DJ AM last Friday, Activision issued this statement:

We are deeply saddened by the loss of DJ AM, who was a tremendous talent, a trusted partner and friend to DJ Hero. Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family. AM was instrumental in the making of DJ Hero and we hope that his work on the game will be a fitting tribute to his creative spirit and musical talent.

Dig The Redesign: Woooha

Whitney Houston On GMA

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The Good News: Today, Good Morning America aired footage of Whitney Houston’s performance yesterday in Central Park. In front of 5,000 she ran through some oldies and goodies and even brought out her baritoned daughter, Lil Mama Bobbi Kristina to assist on “My Love Is Your Love.”  

The Bad News: Today, Good Morning America aired footage of Whitney Houston’s performance yesterday in Central Park. And to be frank, she sounded like shit. According to the NY Daily News, before performing “Every Woman” she said “I’m so sorry. I did Oprah. I’ve been talking for so long. … I talked so much, my voice. I shouldn’t be talking. I should be singing.” Chaka Khan is probably somewhere pissed. I Look To You is in stores now.  

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Cory Gunz Just Wants To Be Successful

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3384867&w=425&h=350&fv=] Cory posts up with XXL and talks about his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape and life after last years Freshman cover. Towards the end of the interview, he says that he wants to achieve the same success as Michael Jackson and be mentioned with hip-hop’s elite. Get in line, young gunner.