From Kendrick To 50 Cent Heres What Happened This Weekend [Details] [Video]
The Oscars weren’t the only thing that happened in the Entertainment world this past weekend. From Chris Brown being ordered back into rehab to 50 Cent‘s confrontation with Steve Stoute, here’s a quick recap on everything that went down.
Kendrick Lamar next album to drop this year:
With SchoolBoy Q’s highly anticipated album, Oxymoron, now in stores and TDE‘s first lady, SZA, debut album set to drop later this year what more could the Top Dawg camp have in store for us? How about another Kendrick album. The good Kid, m.A.A.d city emcee recently graced the cover of Billboard alongside label mate SchoolBoy Q in which we find out about more TDE projects in the works.
On a possible Black Hippy release and Kendrick Lamar’s next album:
Meanwhile, Free thinks the long-awaited debut from Black Hippy – the super group featuring Lamar, Q, Rock and Ab-Soul – is likely to appear in 2014; Tiffith indicates that TDE is planning to release a new Lamar album this coming September, too.
Chris Brown Gets ordered back into rehab
The “Loyal” singer who was supposed to be released this past Friday upon the completion anger management therapy was ordered back into rehab this past weekend after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, severe insomnia and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
In the legal docs obtained by TMZ the facility tells the court that
The judge is sending Brezzy back to rehab for 2 more months where he must stay until April and complete 750 hours of community service. Brown later took to twitter to express his disappointment
50 Cent vs. Stee Stoute
Queens rapper 50 Cent and book author Steve Stoute made headlines over the weekend after the two ran into each other at the Knicks game. From the looks of things 50 was no to please about the comments Stoute made during his appearance on the Angie Martinez Show. The next day 50 got a little creative and dropped this Juice inspired clip.
And that’s your weekend recap check out photos in the gallery above.