Saturday, March 23, 2013


New York rap duo Prodigy and Havoc have finally stepped forward to address their publicized public falling out last year and explained why they are back, better than ever.
Rather than cop a plea, Havoc took full responsibility for going at Prodigy last spring over Twitter.
"The tweets definitely happened and I take my part in that," Hav told us, with Prodigy seated beside him to his left. "When family goes through things it's like, they shouldn't be handled in the streets. I definitely take responsibility for that." (MTV)
Prodigy cited their survival through pre-fame struggles for keeping them together through thick and thin.
"Me and Hav got a different type of relationship man. We been through a lot of stuff growing up, just personal stuff," Prodigy said. "When you dealing with somebody for that long every day, you're gonna have your little squabbles or whatever, it's nothing. The bottom line is we're smarter than all the BS, we're smarter than. Way smarter than that. Trust me, we're still here for a reason, we ain't stupid." (MTV)
Earlier this year, P refused to lay out Mobb Deep's deathbed despite their publicized feud.
"Nah, nah, it's just on standby," Capital P said when asked if it is time to retire the Mobb Deep brand. "Yeah, I'm sure about that. I love Mobb Deep. Mobb Deep made my life what it is. Havoc feels the same way, so we'll be right back to work. For right now, he's doing his thing and I'm doing my thing. I've got goals I'm trying to accomplish, and I really can't let nothing sidestep me or get in the way of that. If that means I gotta put Mobb Deep on standby for the time being, then so be it. That's what has to happen." ("Usual Suspects Radio")
In October, Capital P denied Hav's claim of possibly having affection toward men and spoke on the dispute.
"Nah, you know Hav don't deserve that," Prodigy said in an interview when asked if Havoc deserves to get shot. "[Have I ever participated in any homosexual activity?] H*ll f*cking no! H*ll no. I'ma tell you like this, the only thing I can really say is, you know what I mean, what I've been doing since I came home [in spring 2011], putting books out, putting out albums, mixtapes, you know, I started my own lable, I got a distribution deal, running around, setting up these tours, getting merchandising deals, getting endorsement deals, that's all I really know, dog. [Have I asked him about the disses?] Nah. I just want to work, man -- shout-out ot Havoc too, shout-out ot Hav. Word. That's my dog. [Anything else I want to tell people?] I don't have anything against gay people, dog. I've got some family members that are gay, I know some people that are gay, I got a couple of gay friends." (This Is 50)


Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has released a short video dedicated to fans, going over his hospitalization last week after suffering a hard-hitting seizure.
In the footage, Weezy F. Baby thanks his supporters for standing behind him and sending him positive energy during the hospital scare.
"5, 4, 3, 2, what's poppin' y'all? Tunechi's in this b*tch," Wayne said in a video directed by DJ Scoob Doo and dated March 20th. "I just want to say thank-you to all y'all for your prayers and your concerns and all that. I swear to God I felt that love when I was laid up in that motherf*cking hospital bed. But I want all y'all to know that I'm good, a n*gga more than good. Also, my bum a** album's still coming out March 26th, it's the 26th? March 26th. IAm Not A Human Being II -- I'm still going on tour, America's Most Wanted Tour, with some of my closest friends in the game, speaking of my closest friends in the game, I got my n*gga right here to elaborate on that subject." (TMZ)
Grand Hustle head T.I. also appeared in the video to confirm their plans for an upcoming summer tour.
"What's happening, homie," Tip asked Weezy. "You good, I'm good, we good, it's all good. Ain't nothing too it. Eh man, Hustle Gang, Young Money, partner. I hope you n*ggas brung money because it's going down, holmes. July 5th." (TMZ)
This week, Tip explained why he went into a rant against gossip-driven website TMZ last week after it initially suggested Wayne was on his deathbed.
"I was with him last night," T.I. tells "omg! Insider's" Nina Parker. "He is doing fine. We were actually watching the game and he's hoping the Lakers go to the finals. Listen man, I'm all about doing what's right, and I don't have any personal beefs or conflicts with anyone. I'm just about doing what's right and when you put things out of such a graphic nature that are inaccurate, I think you then put children, mothers, families through unnecessary grief." (OMG Yahoo)
A few nights ago, Wayne updated fans on his condition via Twitter.
"Watching Highly Questionable on ESPN2 & Papi got me kry'n laughing in dis b!t[#," Wayne tweeted March 19th.
"I'm feeling a lot better and again thk u all for ur love and prayers. It was truly felt...pause" (Lil Wayne's Twitter)


Plies is back with some eye candy in his latest video off of the On Trial 2 mixtape.


Hollywood actress Amanda Bynes has taken her admiration for Young Money's Drake up a notch by publicly reaching out to the rap star with an explicit tweet.
In her newest Drizzy-targeted tweet, Bynes makes it known she wants to do more than just hug him.
"I want @drake to murder my vagina," Bynes tweeted March 22nd.
"Twerking out" (Amanda Bynes' Twitter)
Just last week, Amanda dished out her desire for the Toronto, Canada native.
Amanda Bynes has her eyes on Drake! The 26-year-old actress, who was spotted out and about in NYC yesterday for the first time in months, took to Twitter today to share her crush on the 26-year-old rapper. "@drake is a hot fellow :D," Bynes posted along with a photo of Drake and friends. The newly curly-haired star also shared a funny photo in which Drake's face is swapped with Nicki Minaj with the caption, "He's the woman bwahahah @drake." Drake has yet to respond to Bynes' tweets of admiration. (E! Online)
Bynes and Drizzy had romance rumors attached to one another back in 2010.
Drake hasn't replied to her Tweets so far, but this isn't the first time they've been linked. People speculated that he was the rapper she was Tweeting about back in 2010, but Amanda denied they were dating at that time and said they'd never even met. Do you think Amanda and Drake would make a cute couple? (Cambio)
According to reports, the 26-year-old actress has had some run-ins with law enforcement over the past 12 months.
Let that soak in. Amanda has been exhibiting strange behavior since last year when she was charged in a couple of hit-and-run accidents, had her driver's license suspended, and fled Hollywood for NYC. Drake has yet to respond to Amanda's offer, but he's not the violent type. Unless you're Chris Brown. (TMZ)


Seth Rogen is a pretty big deal. While his directorial debut "This Is the End (which he also stars in) isn't set to hit theaters until June, the star has already been signed on by Columbia Pictures to direct and produce yet another film. The forthcoming project, "The Interview," will be another collaboration between Rogen and screenwriter Evan Goldberg. Rogen will also star in the film, while Goldberg has signed on to co-direct and co-produce.
The Interview will reportedly be the story of a television host and his producer who get in too deep with a plot to assassinate the prime minister of North Korea. Actor James Franco -- who starred alongside Rogen in "Pineapple Express" -- is being considered for the role of the host, while Rogen is set to play the producer. The script's plot is an adaptation of a story originally written by Rogen, Goldberg, and television producer Dan Sterling.
The movie hits theaters June 14.


Just days after Lil Wayne checked out of a hospital following a serious seizure, Atlanta rapperSoulja Boy Tell Em is catching backlash for posting up controversial codeine photos.
Despite Wayne fighting an overdose, SB showed no concerns with his Instagram shots' content.
Soulja Boy's fans are turning on him ... blasting the rapper for posting glammed-up pics of the drug codeine on Instagram ... just days after Lil Wayne nearly died from an OD. Soulja's known for posting pics of the painkiller on social networking sites -- along with giant bags of weed -- but fans went nuclear over these new photos. (TMZ)
Soulja Boy's decision to show off his prescription drugs immediately sparked backlash.
The glamorized images, which were published on his Instagram account, show the 22-year-old rapper dining with a bag full of codeine bottles. "make that work, work. make the shit flip," he wrote. He received thousands of messages from irate fans. "what about some of the kids that actually look up to u??? U should at least try to be a good example. Drug abuse is NOT cool!! U are wayeee smarter then this.. smh praying for u cause god forbid u overdose," wrote one of his concerned followers, while another put it more bluntly. "You are such an idiot,fame take over your bird brain.....DUMB ASS," said the commenter. (Rap-Up)
According to reports, the 22-year-old rapper initially posted up the first codeine-related photo last week.
On March 16, Soulja Boy made pictures of codeine seem glamorous when he posted a picture of two bottles of codeine amongst very nice dinner. On March 21, Soulja Boy posted a picture of bottles of codeine along with other drugs. Fans became furious and made it known by posting comments under the pictures of how upset they were. The fans knocked him for being proud of being addicted to prescription drugs. References were made to Lil Wayne and his close call with death. (Examiner)


With buzz about a Diplomats New York reunion concert going down next week, SOHH reached out to the Big Apple's iconic B.B. King Blues Club to scoop up some exclusive details on what fans can expect.
The renowned venue's marketing director, Drew Granchelli, said fans should expect nothing but high-energy excitement courtesy of Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex spinning at next week's anniversary party.
"Leave it to Funkmaster Flex to bring Dipset's 10 year anniversary party to the heart of Times Square. Funk Flex and Harlem's own Dipset have defined the New York hip-hop sound and scene for even longer than the 10 year anniversary party would suggest. B.B. King's has been the home of great hip-hop and rap nights since we opened the doors, and this night should be no different," Granchelli told SOHH. "When Funkmaster Flex and Dipset get together for a 10 year anniversary party, one thing is for sure: with all the history there, it's going to be a true 'night out in New York'." (SOHH)
If all goes accordingly, Dipset and Funk Flex will take center stageMonday (March 25) night.
The Diplomats teamed up with for the 10-year anniversary show, which will take place at the world famous B.B. King Blues Club in New York City. Dipset fans should try to make it out to this one if possible, because although Juelz Santana has been teasing the idea of the crew getting back together, this show is one night only and, as of right now, is the only thing on the books. (BET)
Earlier this month, Dipset's Juelz Santana updated fans on a full-length Diplomats album.
"We definitely going to get back in the studio and start working on some music and if the vibe is good and the music is coming out the way it's supposed to come out. We going to put that record out." (HHS1987)
A few days prior, Dipset's Jim Jones spoke on the much anticipated reunion.
"It's nothing really holding it up," Jimmy said in an interview when asked about the Dipset reunion. "It's just an organic thing, it's a band of brothers that started this game from teenagers, made a h*ll of a lot of money, probably more money than most of the industry had ever seen, um, you know, we all was feeling ourselves, little discrepancies, got back together, loving the fact that we could get back together on our own regard because everybody is their own boss, it's still Dipset for life, all of us have been recording. This month marks the ten-year anniversary of Diplomatic Immunity 1, the first album we did together. So yes, there will be a lot of surprises this year. We plan to attack a lot of Summer Jam stages, we plan to attack a lot of venues, um, we good. You're gonna love it, I promise you. And we have some music, that's the scary thing. ... I can say now we have some music that's going to bust some people's heads open." ("Jenny Boom Boom TV")


In the third installment of Shaheem Reid's The Round Up, Jadakiss discusses everything from his bars to shoe game.
Kiss also delved into having to re-write his verse on the track "Last Days" with Biggie and ghost-writing for Diddy.
Reid recently told VIBE that the key to his success was getting the biggest names in the game to serve up unconventional stories, citing Jada's dislike for his own hit records.
Watch the interview come full-circle above.


West Coast rap icon Dr. Dre has updated fans on the status of longtime friend Eminem's untitled upcoming solo album and revealed a new interest in getting back into the studio.
While he briefly touched on Em's next LP, the Doc said he has returned to making his own music with three decades already to his name.
"Em is finishing up his project," Doc revealed in an interview. "And for me, man, I've just gotten inspired again to go back into the studio, so I'm just really having fun with life and having fun with being creative and trying new and different things with myself, just trying to stay active. As you know, it's been almost 30 years for me in music. It's a little bit difficult to keep getting inspired to get back in there but you know, music is my first love and I'm going to continue to do that as long as I can." ("Big Boy's Neighborhood")
Last month, Em's manager Paul Rosenberg promised a post-Memorial Day release for his next solo effort.
According to Shady president Paul Rosenberg, Eminem, who last Bad Meets Evil's "Hell: The Sequel" with Royce Da 5'9 in 2011, is "far into the process" of recording his untitled eighth studio album, due after Memorial Day. "We fully expect to be releasing a new Eminem album in 2013. He's been working on it for some time," Rosenberg tells Billboard, who was included on this year's Billboard Power 100 list. "It's safe to say that it will be post-Memorial Day at some point, but we're not exactly sure when. We've got some dates locked in for him to perform live in Europe in August, so we're trying to see what else lines up." (Billboard)
Last year, Shady revealed beginning work alongside Dre for his follow-up LP.
"Yeah, of course he'll be involved," he said. "I usually get going and kind of start going a certain direction and just record what I'm feeling. Then I'll go see Dre and fill in some of those pieces." (Shade 45)
In May, Slaughterhouse's Royce Da 5'9 spilled the beans on Marshall Mathers' return to new music-making.
"Em is fantastic," Royce said in an interview with radio personalityTim Westwood. "He's in the studio right now, in between mixing our stuff and working on his solo stuff. He's keeping hisself real busy." ("Tim Westwood TV")
Check out Dr. Dre's interview:


Malcolm-Jamal Warner split
This is a shocker. Malcolm-Jamal Warner split with Regina King, his partner of two-plus years.
US Weekly reports Malcolm-Jamal Warner split from his longtime beau in an abrupt way, asking King and her son from a previous marriage to leave their shared home, saying he "wasn't feeling it anymore."
The two actors, both 42, worked together on The Cosby Show and have been friends for years and dating for at least two years. King, the star of Southland, divorced ex-husband Ian Alexander Jr. in 2007.

Sunday, March 17, 2013


Atlanta rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane are reportedly at one another's necks, taking to Twitter with an unexpected beef.
Gucci Mane appeared to strike first by going at Waka and calling him disloyal.
"Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil n*gga," Gucci tweeted Friday (March 15). (Gucci Mane's Twitter)
Waka acknowledged the comments but refused to entertain the Twitter beef.
"Can't tweet beef #HucciKnowHowIrOck," he tweeted.
""@Money_Ova_Men: So these niggas @WakaFlockaBSM and @Gucci1017 having a "I HATE YOU BITCH" moment... Lol!" LoL"
"@NatureBoy_Jones: @WakaFlockaBSM you erasing twats b?" Can't tweet jones about a nigga I'm a let a lame be lame (Waka Flocka Flame's Twitter)
Some rumors claim their issues have something to do with Hollywood actress Selena Gomez.
Not necessarily best known for staunch commitment to his declarations, Gucci Mane has made the executive decision to relieve Waka Flocka Flame of his Brick Squad 1017 post. The reasons for this are still vague, but we have heard that Waka too had a thing for Spring Breakers actress Selena Gomez, whose intimacy with Wop on set had been rumored. (Complex)
Back in 2010, Flocka came forward to silence feud and beef rumors involving his rap mentor.
"I don't think it's no split. We couldn't meet each other on a business level -- or a personal level," Flocka told radio host DJ Drama. "Whatever the level is, I don't know. I'm going this way and [he's] going that way and we both killin' these folk. That's just what it is...Ain't no drama. Don't ever think it's just like, 'Ey, let's get [him]' ... Don't ever think I'm [going] to ride on him with another person. Let's make that super clear." (Hot 107.9)


Chief Keef is a free man.
The Chi-town rapper was released yesterday (Mar. 14) ( from the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center after serving 60 days for probation violation. Video footage shot the day of release shows Keef being greeted by a mob of family and friends, including his daughter, Kay Kay.
As his first order of business, Keef will be perform at Ray Ban's SXSW showcase on Satuday night (Mar. 16).


Miami's DJ Khaled has offered his take on close friend Lil Wayne taking direct aim at his city by going at the Heat last month and said Weezy F. Baby never meant any real harm.
In Khaled's perspective, Wayne paid his dues and set the record straight by clarifying his issues with the Heat had nothing to do with South Beach a few weeks ago.
"Miami is my city. I rep Miami and I feel like the Miami Heat is my team. I felt like Wayne went on the radio and showed love to the city and bigged up the city and its love," Khaled said when he appeared on Wednesday's "RapFix Live" on MTV Jams. "I've learned in this game there's a lot of misunderstandings, miscommunications, so it's about love, man, and I know it's love. And that's all I know, so if you gonna ask me, it's love." (MTV)
Wayne's comments struck a chord with Miami native Pitbull who went at him on a "Harlem Shake" freestyle.
It seems Lil Wayne's "F*ck the Miami Heat" rant didn't go over so well with one Miami resident. Namely, Pitbull. Mr. 305 has just released "Welcome to Dade County," a freestyle over Baauer's"Harlem Shake," wherein he addresses Weezy without ever mentioning his name, specifically. He raps: "You got money, yeah yeah, that's sweet/ But we all know Slim and Baby really eat/ You talk Miami if you talking Heat/ Moral of the story, don't sh*t where you eat." (The Boom Box)
South Beach representative Uncle Luke publicly went after Waynein an open blog post following his jabs at the Miami Heat during NBA All-Star Weekend.
"He has no respect for the city because people in Miami's entertainment industry -- from local radio DJs to South Beach nightclub promoters to the Heat's front office -- spread their legs for him and every out-of-town celebrity who rolls through town. Lil Wayne treats Miami like his b*tch because people let him. When Weezy claimed he was thrown out of the Heat home game versus the Lakers, the franchise tried to downplay the incident, saying they only asked him to leave and he left on his own. That was a b*tch move." (Miami New Times)
The Young Money boss stepped forward to address Miami's backlash days later.
"I can't change nobody's personal opinion. I can't change nobody's personal view. I can just keep doing what I do and keep putting food on the table for my family and that's what I'm going to do no matter what. ... I haven't [read Luke's letter], but I already know how he feels about me. I've never met him actually. ... Ever since I got here, there were billboards and signs saying, 'Lil Wayne, Go Back Home,' you know what I mean? And I didn't do anything." (99 Jamz)


Nearly 25 years after music legend D.O.C. dropped his debut album, the ghostwriter known for penning Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg hits is preparing to take his pen game up a notch in an upcoming series called "Hip Hop Draft."
According to D.O.C., the show will center on his Dallas, Texas roots and utilize his talent to help upcoming artists make a name for themselves.
"You know, you can't let go of the dream that easy, man," D.O.C. said in an interview, referring to his tragic 1989 car accident. "They all say you've got such a story, you've got such a story to tell and it's so powerful and it's so positive and that's where I'm at right now. Dallas-Fort Worth is where my heart is. I want to put the young, deserving people from the city and give them the benefit of those experiences and see if I can get some shine down here because they deserve it too. I'm trying to put these guys together and make some music and change some lives around this motherf*cker because I've done it before." (Playboy Magazine)
The music vet also talked about how involved he was on working alongside N.W.A. through their fame and notoriety days.
"Rap was changing from 'Parents Just Don't Understand' to 'Kids Just Don't Give A F*ck,' D.O.C. explained. "Dre takes me to the studio and I meet, Eazy, Ren and Yella and Dre puts on this drum beat and he says, 'Can you write me something?' I took about 10, 15 minutes and that song was, 'We Want Eazy,' it ended up being the guy's first single. ... The whole West Coast movement changed direction the night I had that accident. Once that sh*t happened, I just wasn't there. I didn't care about anything but getting drunk, getting high and trying to get away from that pain of not being able to do the one thing that I was good at." (Playboy Magazine)
According to a press release, the series will cater to heavily populated cities throughout the nation.
The goal of the HipHopDraft is to go to major cities in America, and around the world, and tell the most compelling stories in hip hop history while creating great songs that launch the careers of new artists. We then get those artists drafted by major record, publishing and management companies. Email | sign-up at to watch the web series | follow @HipHopDraft on twitter | spread the word that you want the HipHopDraft to come to your city and make some music with your hottest new emcees. (Press Release)
Last summer, West Coast rapper Locksmith crowned D.O.C. SOHH Underrated.
"I would say D.O.C. is my pick for SOHH Underrated. He's on there because, of course he wrote a lot of things for N.W.A. and he wrote a lot of Eazy-E's lyrics, but his album was f*cking incredible. He had one album and of course he got into that accident where his throat [got messed up.] But that [No One Could Do It Better] album? It was so, man. To be from the West Coast, his lyrics? Ice Cube was raw, uncut and street and you know D.O.C. was like that pure lyricist. He could destroy cats on the East Coast. You know what I mean? And then the album? It was just an incredible album. People tend to forget about that. They really tend to forget about that. He didn't get to release a lot of singles off that album because, of course, before it was released he got into that accident and didn't really get to promote it. The album is a classic. The music is incredible and the lyrics and the way he flows on it are just like [incredible.]" (SOHH Underrated)
Check out D.O.C.'s interview:


"Started from the trap, now I rap/ No matter where I'm at, I got crack," raps 2 Chainz on the illicit "Crack." 
Check out Tity Boy's video for the grimy track, off his Grammy-nominated Based on a T.R.U. Story debut.


Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is reportedly not letting fans believe new reports which claim former affiliate Gucci Mane's Twitter page was hacked this weekend and therefore their issues are nonexistent.
While Waka did not elaborate much, he did insist fans should not let the media trick them.
"#BossLife," he tweeted early March 17th.
"Dont let da media fool u. This sh*t real Shawty" (Waka Flocka Flame's Twitter)
Last night, an interesting twist popped up online which suggested Gucci's Twitter account fell victim to hackers which sparked an unexpected feud with Waka.
Hmm...Rahim from Warner/Atlantic says Gucci's manager claims Gucci's twitter account was hacked into. But then why is it that more than 12 hours later, 1) there is no "explanation" or retraction tweet. And 2) The diss tweet is still up. Look, hacking happens, so it's possibility. But it doesn't seem to add up in this situation. Also, usually you don't see just one hacked tweet. Also...Gucci can be volatile. So, I'll just say instead, I hope this incident of bad blood between one of my favorite buddy teams in trap rap isn't irreversible. (Miss Info TV)
Despite the update, some media outlets were skeptical of the hacker angle.
After Gucci's tweets last night Waka responded, "Somebody tell Gucci Mane 2 SUCK A D*CK." That tweet has since been deleted. But strangely, as of today, Waka Flocka is still retweeting disparaging comments from his followers about Brick Squad 1017 an telling them to support his label, Brick Squad Monopoly. (XXL Mag)
Some websites have suggested the tensions all center on Hollywood actress Selena Gomez.
Not necessarily best known for staunch commitment to his declarations, Gucci Mane has made the executive decision to relieve Waka Flocka Flame of his Brick Squad 1017 post. The reasons for this are still vague, but we have heard that Waka too had a thing for Spring Breakers actress Selena Gomez, whose intimacy with Wop on set had been rumored. (Complex)


"It was supposed to be like a little scene, and because Terrence Howard misbehaved it turned into a bigger scene, and then a bigger scene." Yes, Oprah Winfrey said that and more!
"He's a misbehavin' kinda boy," the former Queen of Daytime TV told Steve Harvey on his very popular show. "He was on Twitter the other day talking about my breastesses."
It seems that Oprah is still holding onto that "Queen of All Media" title she earned back in the '90s. Last week, Howard, while doing press for his current film, Dead Man Down, spoke about his upcoming film, The Butler, in which he has a love scene with Oprah and told the world about the experience.
"Oprah and I had such chemistry. To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol' bitties ... She's such a lovely, voluptuous woman ... That was wonderful," said Howard.
Call the remark the glorification of the Black body, or a tasteless and classless commentary, O said that she was not offended by the remark at all, because, well, look at her!
Harvey, ever keen to point out a point, interjected that he had spoken to Howard and gave him some unsolicited advice. "I told Terrence Howard, 'you gonna mess your whole life up son. This ain't who you want to play with. Do you a lil' movie scene. Try to act like a professional about it, then go on 'bout ya business.'"
Say what you want but according to the owner of OWN, Harvey could've kept his comments to himself, according to her, she does have "big breastesses."


Young Money's Tyga could not roar back at police heading into the weekend as he had one of his pricey Lamborghini cars impounded by police the same night his boss, Lil Wayne, was hospitalized for a seizure.
Details and footage of the entire showdown have surfaced across the Internet.
Tyga's Friday night was worse than yours -- the rapper was stripped of his white Lamborghini after it was IMPOUNDED by cops ... and TMZ got it all on tape. Law enforcement sources tell us... Tyga was pulled over around 11:00 PM for an unknown traffic violation in Hollywood. But when cops asked him for license and registration, Tyga had NEITHER ... no current registration AND the rapper was unlicensed to drive. We're told Tyga was not arrested for the violations -- but the police issued him a citation and had his primo ride impounded ASAP. He was also given a field sobriety test, as seen in the footage, but was not busted for DUI. (TMZ)
The 23-year-old rapper vented out his frustrations after the ordeal went down.
"#F*ckLAPD," he tweeted March 16th. (Tyga's Twitter)
All of this news comes months after Tyga became a father with the birth of King Cairo Stevenson.
It's time to break out the cigars and congratulate Tyga on his newest title: father. The YMCMB artist and his girlfriend, Blac Chyna, welcomed their first child, King Cairo Stevenson, on Tuesday (October 16). The 22-year-old rapper (born Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson) tweeted out a photo of him cradling the newborn in his arms to his followers with the simple caption: "Most Amazing feeling ever #Blessed #2Kings @KingCairo." Chyna tweeted that she carried the bundle of joy for 40 weeks and that he weighed in at 7 pounds, 1 ounce: "Welcome King Cairo Stevenson 7lbs 1 oz ....... #blessed !!!!" (MTV)
He recently refused to dish out details on his relationship with the baby's mother, video vixen/model Blac Chyna.
"I don't know, man," Tyga said when asked how he hooked up with Blac Chyna. "You can't really hide nothing from the people, you know what I'm saying -- we got a real gangsta relationship. Y'all not gonna see us doing no crazy, corny stuff. You know what I mean? We got an understanding. [laughs] We go to the strip club together, do stuff like that." ("Big Boy's Neighborhood")
Check out Tyga's run-in with police:


Diddy stopped by French Montana's closing set at the Fader Fort in Austin, Texas during SXSW on Saturday. Before Puff came out for his Montana-feature "Ocho Cinco,” “It’s All About The Benjamins” and “Same Damn Time,” Macklemore also dropped in to perform his chart topping single “Thrift Shop.”