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Messy Marv disses 50 Cent, Eminem and Obie Trice
Messy Marv takes some shots at 50 Cent on the album "Disobayish" with a intro making fun of 50 Cent and there's also an Obie Trice diss track called "Infront Of The Buildings" and Steal You (50 Cent, Obie Trice & Eminem Diss).
05 Mar 2004 by News Team
D12 - More Info
MTV's 'Making The Video' featuring D12 will be aired Wednesday, Mar. 17 @ 6:00 PM. Don't miss it!
04 Mar 2004 by News Team
D12 - Information
According to D12World, D-12 recently finished up shooting the videos for �My Band� & �Pour Your 40 Out�. The shoots went great and you can look forward to seeing the �My Band� video featured on MTV�s �Making The Video� TV show within a few weeks. As far as what the videos are like, we want it to be a surprise but I can tell you this, they follow the songs but have some unexpected dope features.
The Game did a track with Stack Bundles and only Stack Bundles. Budden got on the track later, The Game was not aware. Budden said some anti-gangsta shit, some anti-G-unit shit on the track. He did some snake shit, maybe not intended to be directed at The Game, but Chuck chose to address it. And dont tell me Budden didnt know The Game was from G-Unit..
Eminem is being tapped to play the starring role of a comic book anti-hero in the upcoming movie debut of 'Wanted.'
Comic book writer Mark Millar is bringing his super villain comic book series "Wanted" to the silver screen and he's looking at rap's own Marshall Mathers for the starring role. According to The Times Online the creator is in final negotiations with Universal Pictures the film deal and Eminem is already in talks to play the pathetic lead character turned super-hero, Wesley Gibson.
Rumors have it that D12 member Bizarre has a solo track on the upcoming D12 album (D12 World) while fellow member Proof is said to be in negotiations with the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment - WWF) for a "surprise event". Could these be true? Only time will tell ;)
02 Mar 2004 by News Team
Tony Yayo pleads guilty
G-Unit member Tony Yayo pleaded guilty to passport fraud in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday, a move that his lawyers hope will lead to his freedom soon. While the G-Unit's 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck catapulted to fame in 2003, Yayo spent the year in prison on a bail-jumping charge. Just a day after being paroled January 8, he was picked up by authorities for presenting a fake passport to his parole officer. He's been in federal custody ever since.