The incarcerated Knight made the explosive claims from behind bars of the L.A. County Jail during a telephone interview with Ice-T and journalist Soledad O'Brien during filming for the upcoming FOX TV special, Who Shot Biggie and Tupac?
"When Pac died -- I mean, if he really did, you know," Knight said in an advance clip from the show about the last time he saw the rapper after being shot in Las Vegas. "I mean, when I left that hospital, me and Pac was laughing and joking. So I don't see how somebody can turn from doing well to doing bad. I'm gonna tell you that with Pac, you never know."
Who Shot Biggie and Tupac? is set to air this Sunday, Sept. 24. See the cliphere.
The artist's boyfriend, Migos' Offset, talked to TMZ's Harvey Levin about an alleged assault on his girlfriend by an NYPD officer. The Migos member said, "At first, when she called, I ain't think she was being serious until I had seen it on her face."
"I don't know what happened but, I know you can't stop the police," he continued. "The police kill people every day and get away with it." Levin asked the rapper about the existence of "hip-hop cops," officers who are target hip-hop artists. Offset replied, "The hip-hop police? Oh yeah, they're real, for sure." See the full cliphere.
"I know that I gave you my heart, but you stomped it to the ground," Cyrus sings on the chorus. "And that's what got me wondering what is like, to not have you around."
"This writing process has been a really different experience because I've never put out an album this way," she said in a prepared statement. "People have been asking me, 'is this like a re-introduction of yourself?'"
"But it's not that at all," she continued. "Actually, it's more like, I am this person who embraces all my past selves. This album is the most me for right now that I can be." Listen to the songhere.
The Johnny Valencia-directed clip opens with Macklemore and Kesha helping another couple push-start a vintage van as they head off into the woods. They end up a camping site where they meet a large group of friends, which turns into a big party that runs well into the night.
There's plenty of dancing, singing and memory-making, including a birthday celebration. Watch the promotional clip and catch the warm fuzzy feelingshere.
"YEEEHAWW who's ready for some more new music??!!" Shelton posted alongside the cover art for the new full-length. "#TexomaShore coming at y'all November 3rd, preorder TOMORROW!"
The announcement came after a series of hints, which turned out to be directions to (you guessed it) Lake Texoma. "When you listen to the record it will go from something traditional to something that will make your head spin back to something even more traditional," Shelton said of the new project. "That's just what you can expect from one of my albums. At this point in my career it's always good for me to try something different, with different sounds, and I think you'll hear hints of that on this record."
"I've explored about every part of country music you can explore and it seems like I always keep coming back to my roots, which is traditional country music," he continued. Check out Blake's announcementhere.
He expected to calmly share his journey from prison to the Billboard charts but instead, the rapper was accosted by animal rights protestors. A man (posing as a fan) waited in line for face time with Gucci but as he approached the rapper, he revealed his actual intentions.
"Word on the street is that you're going vegan, brother," the protestor said to Gucci, as he whipped out a cloth sign. "But you can't be vegan if you keep wearing that fur!"
A female protestor in line joined the man in a chant of "Shame on Gucci--animal abuser!" Read morehere.
The artist, who has been nominated in multiple categories said in a statement, "I am so excited to host the BET Hip Hop Awards for a second year. This is such an iconic show that highlights the hustle of hip-hop artists in the industry."
"It is a huge honor to be a part of a night that pays homage to some of the greatest talent of our generation and I'm looking forward to the amazing performances and tributes," he continued. "You know I'll be bringing the cloth talk and the keys, Hip Hop Awards 2017 is going to be major!" Read morehere.
While Gaga was following her doctor's orders and resting to manage her chronic pain condition, she came across a video of Cyrus' performance and tweeted her positive review. "This really cheered me up. Keep killin it lil' music angel," she wrote. "Really warmed my heart to hear you sing my song."
Gaga recently postponed the European leg of the Joanne World Tour due to her struggle with fibromyalgia. The singer's documentary Five Foot Two debuts on Netflix this weekend. Watch a clip from Noah's performancehere.
Not only has this new release been years in the making (her debut solo album Dutchess was released in 2006) but last week the former Black Eyed Peas singer announced her separation from husband Josh Duhamel.
Fergie sat down with Us Weekly and described her "emotional" and "autobiographical" new music, which draws inspiration from her personal life. "There's a few emotional songs on this album. I mean, I cry in a couple of the videos, so there's definitely tears that were let out," she said. "Two of the emotional songs are 'Love is Pain' [and] 'Save it Till the Morning.' Those are ones that I definitely tear up in the video." Read morehere.
The legal documents referenced a Facebook post that showed an image of John Lennon holding lemons, with the Polish company's logo underneath. The company also developed ads that used Lennon's iconic round glasses and the words "Let It Be."
After being served with the legal papers, the start-up company agreed to change its name. "All of us involved with this product are start-ups and we couldn't take on someone who is worth many many millions," said Mr. Lemonade Alternative Drinks founder Karol Chamera. Read morehere.
He also performed "Come Through And Chill," which he released in June 2016. Information about Miguel's fourth studio album has been slim but Colbert may have let one big detail slip when he introduced the singer:
The CBS host said "Sky Walker" appears on Miguel's upcoming album War and Leisure. Watch Miguel perform "Sky Walker" and "Come Through And Chill"here.
McGraw put his love on display in the wee hours of Thursday morning (Sept. 21) by sharing a heartfelt 50th birthday message to Hill on social media.
"Happy birthday to the most beautiful girl in the world," McGraw wrote to his wife of almost 21 years. "You are the most remarkable person that has ever been in my life…. Our daughters could not have a better role model I am truly in love with you more everyday Can't wait to see what "the rest of our life" has in store for us," he added, referencing the couple's rumored new single, "Rest of Our Life." Check out the sweet posthere.
DJ Snake announced and previewed "A Different Way" during his history-making performance atop the Arc De Triomphe in Paris, France, on September 7th.
DJ Snake was the first performing artist afforded permission by the Centre Des Monuments Nationaux and the city of Paris to perform atop the monument. Check out "A Different Way"here.
It's quite the achievement, as "867-5309/Jenny" was so ubiquitous during its chart and radio run that the band handled multiple complaints from people saddled with that phone number in real life.
"I think it's a good public service message," Heath told Billboard about Logic's track, which has broken the record for the highest-charting song with a phone number in its title. "It's evocative. I like to hear any kind of positive message coming out of music…I'm all for it." Read morehere.
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