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Katt Williams Talks Suge Knight Shooting

Katt Williams recently spoke with a TMZ reporter about the Suge Knight shooting at Chris Brown’s pre-VMAs party during the wee hours on Sunday morning. Williams further speculated what the media has been saying all along–that Suge Knight wasn’t the intended target of the shooting at the 1OAK nightclub in L.A. “Now if you’re an idiot you can believe this …

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Biggie Smalls Remembered 17 Years After His Death

Fans all over the world remembered Biggie Smalls, also known in the music world as The Notorious B.I.G., on the 17th anniversary of his death on Sunday. The rapper had just left a Vibe magazine-hosted event on March 9, 1997 in a GMC Suburban SUV with his crew. They were waiting for the red light to turn when a black …

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Tupac Shakur Biopic Set in Motion By Film Director John Singleton

Tupac Shakur’s official biopic is long overdue, which is exactly why famed film director John Singleton has taken the reins to put the production of the film in motion. According to Variety, the Boys In The Hood director has inked a deal to re-write, direct, and produce the film, which will chronicle the Makaveli rapper’s humble beginnings and the evolution of his …

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Tupac Shakur Biopic To Be Directed By John Singleton

No, it wasn’t just a rumor: there really will be a biopic of rapper Tupac Shakur. What makes it more real now is that it finally has a producer by the name of John Singleton, who is best known for his directorial debut “Boyz N The Hood,” released in 1991. Singleton will not only produce, but rewrite and direct the …

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Tupac Shakur’s Music Is Set For Broadway

Tupac Shakur was a beloved icon in the hip hop world, and after dying 18 years ago, his music is finally being used for a musical. He will always be hailed as one of the greatest hip hop artists of all time, and someone who wrote insightful lyrics in a time when the genre seemed to actually care about what …

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