Based on TMZ, its seems Amber Rose Smooth sexy body is not all hers.
Amber posted a bunch of Instagram shots from her day at the beach in Hawaii — and everything was so smooth. But then TMZ got some paparazzi shots of her ass — it’s hard to miss — and these pics are straight outta dimpleville.
Truth is Amber’s in good company — even Beyonce’s been busted multiple times altering pics.
See more before and after photos below:
A lot of rappers run for the hills when they knock up some random chick, but Chris Brown wants to move that random chick to the hills … the Hollywood Hills, so he can be close to his little girl.
TMZ broke the story … Chris got Nia Guzman, a 31-year-old Houston woman, pregnant and now he’s the proud dad of 9-month-old Royalty. We know Chris has spent time with the baby since finding out he’s the father, but it’s difficult because Royalty is 1372 air miles away from Chris’ L.A. home.
Sources connected with Chris tell us … he’s asked Nia to move to L.A. with their daughter and he’ll foot the bill for housing. He’s not romantically involved with Nia, but we’re told he genuinely wants a meaningful relationship with Royalty. He’s saying he’d like to see her every day.
Chris is in “negotiations” with Nia over support. He’s paying her more than he’s required to under the law, but he got pissed off when she started talking about their relationship and vowed to go to court where a judge would reduce the child support he’s informally paying.
Our sources say Chris has told Nia, if she moves to L.A. he won’t pull the trigger on a child support court case and she’ll continue getting the premium amount, in addition to a place to live.
Nia hasn’t decided, but it sounds like a good deal.
Read more: TMZ
Reggae artiste Chronixx will be releasing new projects featuring American rappers Joey Bada$$, Hit Boy and Wyclef Jean. According to the conscious recording artiste, he has no issues collaborating with hip hop artistes, as long as their music is sending the right message.
He also says he was inspired by hip hop music during his formative years.
“I have always had a deep appreciation for hip hop. When I was producing my first EP with Teflon, I was listening to two hip hop albums at the time. Me love hip hop because it is reggae’s little son, because it came after dancehall. Reggae is still giving birth to new genres like EDM and dub step. All of those genres breed from King Tubbys, Lee Scratch Perry and King Jammys; all of those music is reggae,” he said.
Chronixx, who was speaking at the University of the West Indies, Mona’s Reggae Talks, a series hosted by the Department of Literatures in English, says reggae and hip hop content usually mirror each other.
“I find that anything that happens in reggae, a similar thing is going on in hip hop and vice versa, because they are the same. It’s music created by people in the diaspora, one black brother and sister. I love everybody just the same,” he said.
Chronixx’s EP, Dread and Terrible, is currently spending its 42nd week in the reggae Billboard top ten. The sometimes-controversial singer also took the opportunity to call on the Jamaican government to create a state-of-the-art venue for live performances.
“I feel like I should not perform here again until we get a venue. It’s like this government want to have the people as servers handing out towels in hotels, when that is not what tourists come to Jamaica for. Reggae is our biggest asset, and we don’t even have a good venue? Come on, man,” he said.
Following a series of major moves last year which saw him venturing into film making, events promotion and launching the now viral ‘Talk Yuh Mind’ reality series, international recording artiste Demarco is once again exercising his entrepreneurial muscle to expand the True Gift Entertainment (TGE) brand with the signing of fresh talent to the camp.
A firm believer in the philosophy that a constant injection of new talent is necessary if we are to sustain the longevity of Reggae and Dancehall for future generations, the TGE head honcho recently signed Dancehall’s newest sensation Raytid to a management and recording deal. The deal sees Raytid being exclusively managed by the outfit but allowed creative freedom to maneuver. Since inking his new deal the burgeoning star has released his first single titled ‘Blah Daff’ to much fanfaronade especially from the female populous.
According to Demarco, “aside from my personal goals as an artiste I want to genuinely make a positive contribution to the entertainment industry not only through my music but also help in the discovery and nurturing of new talents because that is the only way we as an industry will be able to sustain longevity for the genres.”
On the subject of personal accomplishments, Demarco earlier this week achieved another career milestone following the announcement that his female dance anthem ‘Puppy Tail’ had surpassed the million mark on Youtube affiliate network VEVO bolstered by fresh reports of clinching the No.1 spot on Richie B’s Top 25 Dancehall Singles Chart (Jamaica) and SFDC Weekly Dancehall Chart (Africa, UK & Europe) based in Britain.
Speaking on the achievement Demarco says, “Since wrapping my recent tours of the United Kingdom and Europe I have seen a significant increase in the popularity of ‘Puppy Tail’ and other songs especially in those markets, hence I believe that is a contributing factor in the upsurge. Thanks all the fans across the globe for the continued support because it’s they who provide the inspiration for us as artiste to continue doing good music.”
Meanwhile, as part of his ongoing campaign Demarco will be shooting a series of music videos in the weeks ahead amid promoting the singles ‘Levels To This’, ‘Celebrate My Life’, ‘Text Back’ and ‘Love & Happiness’ the latter featured on the ZJ Chrome produced Dancehall Sings compilation.
Mavado Ft Vybz Kartel – Ain’t Going Back Broke Remix (Preview) March 2015
Music video by Navino performing Life Over Death. © 2015 Adde Instrumentals
Imprisoned Reggae superstar Buju Banton has allegedly been released from a Florida prison and deported to Jamaica.
Tuffchin.com has today received numerous emails indicating that imprisoned Reggae superstar Buju Banton has been recently released from a Florida prison and deported to Jamaica.
The new report that the Grammy-winning entertainer had been released from a prison the the US, however, has yet to be confirmed.
Efforts by dancehall superstar Buju Banton to get an early release from prison based on amendments to drug sentencing guidelines implemented recently, may be thwarted because the deejay has maintained his innocence since being arrested.
Tuffchin.com understands that Banton has asked that the court reduce his sentence and turn him over to immigration authorities so he can be deported back to Jamaica.
He reportedly filed his own motion from prison asking to be released early under a recent change in federal drug sentencing guidelines, which the US Sentencing Commission decided would be applied retroactively to inmates.
The federal probation office in the Middle District of Florida has identified 1,748 inmates originally sentenced in Tampa on drug charges, as potentially eligible to benefit from the change, known as Drugs Minus 2.
Those defendants will not be eligible for release until November 1, 2015.
In his motion, Banton argues he should be sentenced to 92 months in prison under the new guidelines. He said he has been “working in prison since his incarceration” and has “very good conduct” behind bars.
Banton, born Mark Myrie, is serving 10 years, the minimum mandatory sentence for his conviction on a charge of conspiracy to distribute cocaine.
The only ways to get around the minimum mandatory sentences would require defendants to cooperate with investigators or at least give a full confession to their crimes.
Banton, who has steadfastly maintained his innocence, is unlikely to meet that requirement.
The Jamaica-born reggae star was convicted in February 2011, days after he won a Grammy award for his album Before The Dawn. He is scheduled to be released in 2019.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Dennis Brown testified that Livingston Cain told him in a conversation in his (Brown’s) car, that the Crown had no case and that they were “telling ‘pare’ lies” and “we should not listen to them”.
Brown, the first witness called in the case against Cain, the juror accused of trying to bribe his colleagues in the Vybz Kartel murder trial, said Cain told him that the jurors should disregard what the Crown was saying and set the accused men free.
He testified that Cain told him that the accused men were prominent entertainers. Brown said he told Cain it was early days yet and that what he “heard so far” wouldn’t be sufficient for him (Brown) to say whether Kartel and his co-accused were guilty.
The Tessanne Chin, Michael Cuffe Jr saga continues…
While details of the so-called split remain hush-hush, the more the two reveal on social media the more it shows that the marriage may have crumbled.
Moments after Tessanne requested privacy through her official Instagram page; her husband Michael Anthony Cuffe Jr accuses the media of irresponsible and careless journalism on his official Twitter page.
In the lengthy three part post, Cuffe says “I use to say my life is an open book but this is ridiculous. Tessanne is and always will be my best friend.”
But since the Twitter posts, many have been asking – if their life is an open book, why didn’t Michael Anthony Cuffe Jr. spill his guts? Why didn’t he say Tessanne Chin is his wife? Why did he put her in the “friend zone”…?
Tessannae and her broadcaster husband have been married for four years.
Numerous efforts to get a comment from Tessanne Chin or her husband Cuffe Jr proved futile.
Source: IRIE FM
Music video by Vybz Kartel performing Protect Me. © 2015 Advice Riddim – Dunwell Productions. Dir/Edit: Xtreme.Arts