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The 411 with Lady B………..Getting’ all up inside somebody’s business.


Malia Obama, the oldest child of President Barack Obama, raised eyebrows after she skipped out on the Democratic National Convention to rock out at Lollapalooza.
The first daughter sparked more controversy after videos of her busting a move went viral, especially one clip of her lifting her jacket and twerking.  The latest video from the music fest is causing the most contention as she appears to be smoking a joint or a cigarette. The commander-in-chief admitted in his memoir to smoking weed in high school.  Marijuana was also recently decriminalized in the state of Illinois, where Malia was allegedly caught smoking.
One last thing, she’s 18-years old and entering Harvard University.
Veteran sportscaster John Saunders passed away on Wednesday morning,[August 10.] He was just 61 years old.
Saunders was a mainstay on ESPN for 30 years, having joined the network to anchor SportsCenter in 1986. His studio and play-by-play commentating documented some of history’s biggest invents, with coverage of The World Series, Super Bowl, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, NCAA Final Four and numerous college football games to his credit. As a Canadian national, Saunders supplied play-by-play as a Toronto Raptors’ broadcaster between 1995 and 2001, but his most significant work was done as a host of both SportsCenter and The Sports Reporters.
Colleagues of the beloved journalist have expressed shock and grievance over his sudden passing, as only a year ago he signed a multi-year deal to remain with the network for the foreseeable future. Beyond the arena of sports, Saunders was noted for his philanthropy, as a founding member of The V Foundation for Cancer Research and an advocate for the research of juvenile diabetes. His cause of death is unknown.
Saunders is survived by his wife, Wanda, and their two daughters Aleah and Jenna.
NFL player Junior Galette sat down for an exclusive interview alongside his artist, GS9’s Corey Finesse. Junior explained what led to him signing Corey, revealing that he was a huge fan of GS9 and after being injured he started listening to their music more, and he reached out to Corey on Twitter to see if he wanted to sign to Junior’s label, NuLa Ent.  During the conversation, Junior also addressed a previous statement he made about bailing out Bobby Shmurda and the other GS9 members, which he now admits would be a bad investment. He added that he still supports Bobby while he’s in jail, and he has hopes that he’ll be released, despite other members of the group being sentenced to decades in jail. GS9’s Rasha was sentenced to 98 years in jail
An arrest warrant was issued for Tyga after he failed to appear in court on Tuesday (August 9) for a deposition. The rapper’s former landlord filed a $480,000 judgement against him for allegedly failing to pay his rent, which he has yet to pay.  According to TMZ, the landlord’s rapper showed up to court on Tuesday and said that his client was upset that Tyga recently purchased a $200,000 Maybach for his girlfriend, Kylie Jenner. The landlord claims that Tyga’s gift to Kylie is “a fraudulent transfer of assets that should go to satisfy the judgment.” Court documents state that the “Rack City” rapper failed to pay his $16,000 monthly payment and he broke the lease, claiming poverty as the reason he couldn’t pay his rent.  A $10,000 bench warrant was issued after Tyga failed to show up to court, and he could face jail time over the offense.
G-Unit rapper Young Buck will serve seven months in prison after violating his probation.
His sentence was confirmed by Billboard earlier this week. Buck was sentenced in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday. He violated the conditions of his probation when he threatened to burn down the house of his ex-girlfriend. The rapper allegedly came to her home, kicked her door in and made some serious threats. Tennessee District Attorney David Rivera said that Buck was attempting to get back property that was his from her home. He was arrested after the incident and was told by the court that he was not permitted to have any contact with her. He violated those conditions when he called her more than 100 times.Buck took to Instagram earlier this week to let his fans know that he was going back to jail by stating,“Things ain’t go as plan today. Lost my freedom again. Lord knows how much I’m gonna miss my Mother, children, my girl, my Real friends and family. I want @50cent @tonyyayo @kiddkiddrllnr @loydbanks AND ALL MY FANS TO HOLD ME DOWN!!!!See y’all soon.. STAY UP..AND WILL KEEP YALL UPDATED..GOTTA GO.”
The self-proclaimed “Savage” has had a successful run in the early 2000s with his hit songs, “Gimme That” featuring Bun B, “Bad B****” and “Independent.” Now, during the rapper’s sit-down interview, he talks about his recent album Savage Life 5, working with Snoop Dogg, how he began working with Boosie BadAzz and spending $40K in a strip club in one night. Most may assume that Lil Webbie and Boosie may have crossed paths while growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisana, but he says it was unlikely since they lived in different parts, and their official meeting was set up by his label when he was 15. “He be in there with his click, I’ll come in there with mine… and [as] time goes by [the] relationship [grew].”
As he exploded onto the rap scene, so did his pockets. So when fans doubted if he was ballin’ while hanging out at a local strip club, he says he had to show them that he was still stacking and threw a large lump sum into the air. “[They were like] ‘They ain’t got no money, they ain’t throwing no money,” he said, “I done threw all my f****** money in that b****, that b**** [sic] about 40 racks in that b****.”