[vodpod id=Video.15506975&w=540&h=350&fv=] Atlanta radio personality Kenny Burns spoke with MTV today to give his side of the incident that took place at Compound this past weekend in Atlanta. He says that Diddy was not directing his anger at him, but to another patron. I had a front row seat that night and Kenny’s right. There was someone else in their section taunting Diddy with a bottle of Grey Goose. Not to say Puff wasn’t wrong for his behavior, but that’s […]
Pour out a lil’ liquor. Earlier this morning, Puff fired up his Twitter account and apologized for his behavior at Compound nightclub this past weekend in Atlanta. Next time, just blame it on the alcohol. I’m a child God and I should be better no matter what somone says to me. I’m sorry for the ignorant way I repesented myself and us. To all my childen of God…I have backslid and regressed. Forgive me for my ignorance. Pray for me […]
Earlier today on Atlanta’s Wild 105.7 , T.I. spoke on the incident during the BET Hip-Hop Awards after-party at Compound night club in Atlanta. TIP says he wasn’t scolding Diddy, but was trying to ease the situation.
[vodpod id=Video.15496476&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Where’s our shots? This past weekend, Montana kept the Ciroc flowing while shooting his next video and Pow TV was on hand to capture the shoot featuring Waka Flocka and Uncle Puff. hhnm
Ain’t no party like a Puff Daddy party ’cause a Puff Daddy party don’t stop. And last weekend, Diddy held his Labor Day Weekend pool party at the Palms Hotel in Sin City with DJ Skee on the 1s and 2s. Bad Boy’s havin’ a party. Word to Luther.
Fred keeps stacking bundles and adds Meek and Cory Gunz for the remix to his regional hit. That beat is money in the bank.
After some words from Puff, Dre Films takes us out to Cleveland during the I Am Music Tour stop where Rozay visited the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame for an interview with Zune Marketplace. Cameos from Gunplay, Drake and Stalley. Sidebar: Move over Flav. Ha! Rick Ross Opening Wingstops
Seems like Miles is fed up. And
2Pac back? It sure seems like it. Here are two unreleased bullets from Afeni’s baby boy. The first one is aimed at Jeru Da Damaja, Biggie, Mobb Deep, and A Tribe Called Quest. “NY 87” Featuring Kurupt, Threat and Daz Dillinger As for the second, his victims include Dr. Dre, Nas, De La Soul, Wendy Williams, Biggie and Diddy. “Watch Yo Mouth”
During last night’s ceremony, the previous honoree Dr. Dre took the podium and presented Diddy with the ASCAP Founding Fathers Award. Again, Rap-Up was there to capture the two moguls sharing the stage. Congrats Puff.