Rapper Meek Mill Blasts Las Vegas Hotel As ‘Racist’ For Banning Him ‘Without Incident’

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Rapper Meek Mill on Saturday accused the Cosmopolitan Hotel of being racist for denying him entry to the Las Vegas property and threatening to have him arrested for trespassing.

A video of his exchange with security personnel at the hotel posted on his Instagram account had more than a million views as of Sunday morning.

Meek Mill is seated in a vehicle outside the hotel and can be heard asking two men, “How can you tell me I’ll be locked up for trespassing?”

One of the men responded, “We’re a private property. At this time, with the information we have, we’re refusing to do business with you. We have the right to do that.”

Meek continued to question him, “You’re telling me I’ll be arrested if I don’t leave. If I walk upstairs to get something to eat, I’m going to be arrested? For what? For being a rapper?”

The man then said the hotel has “officially trespassed you.”

Mill asked again, “For what though? But what did you trespass me for?”

The man repeated, “We have a right to do that.”

Mill’s publicist told NBC News he was at the hotel to support DJ Mustard, who has a residency at Marquee Nightclub, and that he never got out of the car or entered the hotel.


Harvey Weinstein Reportedly Reaches $44 Mill Settlement After Celebs Including Lupita Nyong’o, And More Accuse Him Of Sexual Misconduct

Back in 2017, Since The New York Times and The New Yorker published bombshell reports last fall detailing decades of alleged sexual harassment and assault by producer Harvey Weinstein, dozens of women have come forward with similar claims against the movie mogul.

Eighty-five women have accused Weinstein of inappropriate to criminal behavior ranging from requests for massages to intimidating sexual advances to rape. Weinstein has denied the allegations.

 Lupita Nyong’o, Academy Award-winning actress, penned a lengthy column in the Times on Oct. 19 recounting her experience with Weinstein. “Harvey led me into a bedroom — his bedroom — and announced that he wanted to give me a massage. I thought he was joking at first. He was not,” Nyong’o wrote. She said Weinstein’s advances continued later during a dinner in New York. Weinstein issued a written response via Variety the following day. “Mr. Weinstein has a different recollection of the events, but believes Lupita is a brilliant actress and a major force for the industry,” the statement read. 

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Harvey Weinstein and his former studio have come to a tentative agreement in bankruptcy court to resolve lawsuits filed by several women who have accused him of sexual misconduct. The deal would be worth $44 million, sources told ABC News

“We now have an economic agreement in principle that is supported by the plaintiffs, the AG’s office, the defendants and all the insurers,” Adam Harris, an attorney for Weinstein, told a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware on Thursday.

The agreement, when finalized, would provide about $30 million to the plaintiffs, which includes not only those who have sued over sexual misconduct, but also former employees of the now-defunct Weinstein Company. The company filed for bankruptcy in March 2018. The company was purchased by Lantern Capital in May 2018 and renamed Lantern Entertainment.

The other $14 million would be for legal fees accrued by Weinstein’s associates also named in lawsuits.

The money would come from the studio’s insurance, not Weinstein personally.

He is still facing a criminal trial in New York with two women accusing him of rape and sexual assault. The case is set to begin on Sept. 9, and will last about a month, according to attorneys.


Roc Nation Reportedly Lays Off Several Executive Staff Members

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Roc Nation Records has fired numerous high-level executives.

According to Billboard reports, Those let go include senior vp promotion Azim Rashid, senior vp A&R Orlando McGhee, marketing exec Gita Williams and senior director publicity Fairley McCaskill. The exits follow that of label president Benny Pough, who departed the label in March after nearly 18 months in that post. 

Roc Nation declined to comment. 

Roc Nation’s current label roster includes Rihanna, J. Cole, Rapsody, Belly and Vic Mensa, as well as emerging artists Nicole Bus and Angelica Vila, among others. 


In similar news, Roc Nation, along with Jay-Z, were sued by a former boxer they managed. Daniel Franco accused the company of carelessly making him fight three times in less than eighty days which he claims resulted in severe neurological damage. The injury put him in a coma for a few weeks and now, he’s forced to wear a helmet at all times to protect his brain.  (TMZ)

Tiffany Haddish Reportedly Set to Face Off With Ex-Husband in Court Over Abuse Allegations

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It was previously reported, The comedian/actress ex. husband William Stewart sued for libel, slander and defamation and asking for more than $1 million in damages. In addition to Haddish, Stewart has named “Unicorn” co-author Tucker Max and publisher Simon Schuster as co-defendants.

Stewart claims he reached out to Haddish personally, before making any public statements in an effort to resolve the “harmful and defamatory assertions.” Click Here if you missed that.

Here’s an update on the situation.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Texas judge has set a trial date of April 20, 2020 for the case involving Haddish and her ex, William Stewart.

The two have been battling it out for over a year with no resolution in sight.

He later filed court docs that revealed his lawyer sent several letters to Haddish and S&S in an effort to reach a settlement prior to filing his lawsuit. He claims the comedian responded cryptically, saying, “Be patient your blessings are coming” and “Start to think positive so positive things can come your way. Because your blessings are waiting on you.”

In the filings, his lawyers even claimed Stewart would be able to demonstrate “Ms. Haddish regularly requested Mr. Stewart to become more aggressive with her during sex, including, among other things, to choke her as a part of their sexual intercourse.”

Stewart also claims Haddish gave an interview with comedian Dom Irrera in 2012 where she unequivocally says Stewart never beat her. He claims Haddish made a joke that “he never beat me up, he just choked me a little bit” and that choking was often a punchline in her comedy.

The case is ongoing.

UPDATE. Lil Mo’s Husband Accused of Fraud/ Karl Dargan Responds

R&B singer Lil Mo’s husband Karl Dargan accused of stealing a debit card at Dave and Buster’s…

A post circulating on Facebook put Karl on blast.

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Here’s an update…

Karl Dargan denies the rumors.

Tiger Woods Offers Condolences To The Family Suing Him In Wrongful Death Case Eric Levenson

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Tiger Woods and his girlfriend have been hit with a wrongful death lawsuit after a 24-year-old employee at the golfer’s flagship restaurant crashed his car after being served alcohol one night while at work as a bartender. Woods is being sued along with his girlfriend, Erica Herman, and his Woods Jupiter corporation that runs The Woods restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, by the parents of Nicholas F. Immesberger, who died on December 10, 2018 in a drunk-driving crash.

According to reports, The lawsuit, filed Monday, states “the employees, management and owners of The Woods over-served a young man they knew was suffering with the disease of alcoholism.” The suit also claims they “ignored Immesberger’s disease, they fueled it by over-serving him alcohol to the point of severe intoxication and then sending him out to his car to drive home. As a result of this negligence Immesberger crashed his vehicle and died on December 10, 2018, after leaving The Woods.”

Speaking at a PGA press conference in Bethpage, New York on Tuesday, Woods addressed the lawsuit.

“We’re all very sad that Nick passed away,” Woods said when asked about the case. “It was a terrible night, a terrible ending. And we feel bad for him and his entire family. It’s very sad.”

According to the complaint, Immesberger finished his shift at the restaurant at 3:00 p.m. and stayed around to drink for another three hours before he got in his car and crashed it while driving home. The lawsuit contends that employees at The Woods were aware that one month prior to his fatal crash he had crashed another vehicle while driving home and that one of Immesberger’s friends had told employees at The Woods to stop serving the 24-year-old alcohol. 

At the time of his death, Immesberger’s blood-alcohol level was .256, nearly three times the legal limit of .08. Immesberger’s parents, who are co-managers of his estate, are listed as the plaintiffs in the lawsuit. 

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