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50 Cent is still in legal trouble thanks to a video he reportedly posted online several years ago during his now infamous feud with Rick Ross.

The New York Daily News is reporting that 50 will be in court in June in what has been a long-standing battle between the rapper and his accuser Lastonia Leviston.

Via Urban Daily

50, real name: Curtis Jackson, 39 is slated to testify in court for putting a video of Lastonia Leviston, who has a child with rapper Rick Ross, on his YouTube channel. The video got more than 3.2 million viewers. In 2010, Leviston sued Jackson for emotional distress, after he posted a video of her having sex with a former boyfriend, Maurice Murray. Apparently Murray gave Jackson the tape.

Says The News:

According to court papers, Murray gave Jackson the tape in 2009 after Jackson, 39, recognized Leviston as former girlfriend of the rapper’s rival, Rick Ross. She is also the mother of Ross’ child.

Before posting the tape on the Internet, Jackson altered the tape, inserting himself into it. He blurred Murray’s face but not Leviston’s and she says the mental and emotional distress almost caused her to commit suicide.

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Via AL

Selma will play host to at least 40 events over the weekend in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the march on Selma and Bloody Sunday. The city will host multiple U.S. presidents, a march by thousands of people across the Edmund Pettus Bridge and a host of speeches.

One of the most highly anticipated events planned for the weekend is BET’s three-hour Sunday concert, which will feature luminaries like Bill Withers, Cicely Tyson and Harry Belafonte. It will also feature performances by hip-hop artists like Flava Flav, Rick Ross and Doug E. Fresh, an eclectic lineup that seems on its face to be more a random assemblage of emcees than a crew sharing a common social vision.

At the top of many people’s lists of unexpected guests invited to perform at the event is Vanilla Ice of “Ice Ice Baby” fame, who many see today as a washed-up B-list rapper and the quintessential “pretty fly for a white guy” poseur, not the type of artist they would expect to perform at a concert celebrating one of the seminal moments in the American civil rights movement.

BET only first got involved in the event on Feb. 19 after Selma representatives asked them for help setting up a concert. The network tapped Baker and Belafonte to serve as co-artistic directors, whose duties included selecting talent among other tasks. The two of them had just over two weeks to put together a three-hour extravaganza, for which Vanilla Ice was a natural fit, according to Baker.

“Vanilla Ice was in the Soul Train Awards two years ago and he’s a really cool person. When we call him for things he likes working with us and we like working with him,” Baker said. “He’s one of the people we call to participate in things with us, and if he can do it he absolutely will. I sent him a text and within two minutes his response was two words: ‘I’m in.’”

The rapper will perform one of his own songs, but the highlight of his appearance in Selma will be his participation in an ensemble performance of an updated version of the classic hip-hop record “Self Destruction.”

Instead of the original “Self Destruction” lineup, which included old-school legends like Boogie Down Productions (KRS One, D-Nice and Ms. Melodie) Public Enemy (Flava Flav and Chuck D), Kool Moe Dee, MC Lyte, Heavy D and Doug E. Fresh, the performance will feature Vanilla Ice, Rick Ross, Bell Biv DeVoe, Flava Flav, Doug E. Fresh, MC Lyte, D-Nice and others.

The performance of “Self Destruction” will provide a rousing end to BET’s concert, slated to be held at the foot of the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge in downtown Selma immediately after a large-scale march across the span.

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MMG’s biggest boss, Rick Ross was in Atlanta recently promoting his upcoming album “Hood Billionaire”. While in the city that he calls his second home, Ricky Rozay hosted a private event for some of Atlanta’s biggest tastemakers. Rick Ross and Def Jam put together a listening session at Sweet Auburn Seafood on Auburn Avenue. This is one of Atlanta’s most historic streets for black owned businesses. HHS1987 was on the scene to check out the project and speak with Rick Ross for an exclusive interview.

Rick Ross spoke with HHS1987 about his upcoming project “Hood Billionaire”. He detailed the title’s true meaning for our viewers. Ross gave us some insight on how a Hood Billionaire should be defined by what they do for the hood, not just those who are rich or wealthy. Surprisingly, Ross took two inner city youth on a ride with him for a once in a lifetime experience around the ATL streets. Ross explained to us that spending a few minutes with those who admire what you do is way more important than flashing or spending money. Rozay detailed kids in the hood seeing the big baller in the neighborhood with the fly ride as a Hood Billionaire as another reason to give the kids a ride with himself.

Rick Ross also spoke on his decision to release two albums in the same year, which a few hip hop legends such as 2pac and etc have managed to pull off. Having released “Mastermind” earlier in the year, Rick Ross spoke on wanting to deliver something new, something fresh that was directly for the hood and those who get it from the mud. He talked about giving the people what they want. If they wanted more music from Rozay then he decided to feed the people with another album. Ross also explained the decision process behind why he collaborated with the artists he did on “Hood Billionaire”. Ross spoke on the RossFit movement and why fitness and how good health has become a top priority in his life.

Before concluding the interview, Rick Ross spoke on Meek Mill and what’s coming up next for MMG. He confirmed that Meek Mill will drop his sophomore album when he is released from jail shortly. Rick Ross exclusively told HHS1987 that “Self Made Volume 4″ will be released in early 2015. This comes after a year plus since the last “Self Made 3″ project was released. Ross talked about his endorsement deals, being offered a million dollar for a cigarette company but declining it because he doesn’t smoke. He made up for that but signing with mCig, an electronic cigarette company. Hip Hop’s biggest boss also confirmed that he will be in an upcoming film and more.

The interview was conducted by HHS1987’s Eldorado. The interview was shot by HHS1987’s BrianDaDirector.

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@RickyRozay/ @RichForever

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The Weeknd Ft Ty Dolla $ign & Belly ~ “King Of The Fall” (Remix)

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The Weeknd Ft. ScHoolboy Q & Rick Ross – Often (Remix)




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