More than anyone else, R. Kelly knows that “when a woman’s fed up, no matter how you beg, it ain’t nothing you can do about it!” Hundreds of the R&B singer’s loyal fans were fed up to the max in Fresno California after spending as much as $150 to see the RnB crooner perform in concert at the R. Kelly “The Afterparty Tour” With Special Guest Michel’le Selland Arena at Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center on February 19th in Fresno only to be welcomed by an impersonator.
“It was an impersonator on stage impersonating R. Kelly”that may have sung every bit of the show,fans were fooled not even the concert promoter knew. And he did not even sing. He lip sung, an unidentified source told reporters “We learned of the scam because 10 o’clock news took it as a joke when an anonymous tip warned of an impersonator especially since early reports were kept hush by Selland arena staff.
Now fans are demanding a full refund for the event, advertised online
According to multiple reports, Ticketmaster has stated that they will not issue refunds to any attendees since they have no formal complaints . For more on this story, click on the link below. R. Kelly has not issued any statement regarding this controversy.R. Kelly “The Afterparty Tour” Hoax Alert
WELL FOLKS IT OFFICIAL .IVE FOLLOWED THE BUZZ RIDDEN CAREER OF LIL TWATTY (NOT A TYPO PUN INTENDED).ALTHOUGH I HAVE MY PERSONAL DISCOURSE WITH THE STATE OF MODERN DAY MUSIC AT THE HANDS OF THIS MEDIA SENSATION AS I WILL NOT CHANGE MY OVERALL LYRICAL RATING OF THE YOUNG LAD AS AN A+ IN WHACKNESS.HE IS HOW EVER WORKING HIS WAY INTO THE VEINS OF THE MAINSTREAM MARKETING WORLD.LETS FACE IT THIS IS WHAT OUR CHILDREN VIEW AS COOL AND IF YOU Have a son the is between the ages of 11-18 your child may be gay as a result of the main stream agenda.not conspiracy theory rather cuntspiracy theory as the Illuminati brings us lil yachty. and coined here the term “illumiyachty” .
Q, the founder WorldstarHipHop.com, one of the most popular Hip-Hop sites in the world died today (January 24).
Q, born Lee O’Denat, died in his sleep at the age of 43, according to multiple reports.
“My condolences go out to his family. Q was an entrepreneur, a pioneer and all around great guy,” Kevin Black, former President of WorldStarHipHop.com told AllHipHop.com.
The website was founded in 2005, with controversial fight videos, mixtapes, stripper videos and interviews with rappers. https://youtu.be/QHjTf15jQl0
Published on Dec 16, 2013 Keak Da Sneak & The Jacka ft. Mickey Shiloh, Big Von – Windows [Prod. By Traxamillion]
Director: Mark Urbina
Editor: Chaz Smedley
AS PART OF THIS SERIES WE WILL BE FEATURING NEWS OR WEB ARTICLES FROM THE RAP ARTIST PAST AND PRESENT AS A REMINDER OF THE ARTIST SUCCESS AND SHORT COMINGS.OUR INTENTIONS ARE TO EITHER EDUCATE NEW FANS OR REMIND EXISTING FANS OF THE THINGS THE FEATURED ARTIST HAS BEEN THROUGH.J DIGGS WAS CHOSEN ON THE BASIS OF HIS IMPORTANCE TO THE WEST COAST RAP GAME AND HOW MANY TIMES HE COULD HAVE FAILED BUT HASN’T . THE FIRST ARTICLE WAS RELEASED AND SOME READERS MISUNDERSTOOD THE ARTICLE AS OLD NEWS .WELL ITS GONNA BE THE FIRST OF MANY RANDOM ARTICLES FROM THE ARTIST PAST .AS J DIGGS IS A WEST COAST LIVING LEGEND WHO HAS SURVIVED MANY TRAGEDIES .
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The co-CEO of San Francisco hip-hop record label Thizz Entertainment was arrested Thursday evening in Truckee for felony possession of a handgun.
J Diggs, 43, of Sacramento, was driving a rented 2015 Chevrolet Suburban eastbound on Interstate 80 when he was pulled over near the Hirschdale off-ramp for speeding, said California Highway Patrol Officer Michael McDonnell.
Diggs is a Bay Area rapper who once was known as Jamal Diggs, but has since changed his legal name to J Diggs.
He was clocked at 75 mph, McDonnell said. Once stopped, McDonnell said he smelled a “strong odor of marijuana” and also noticed the vehicle’s backseat had been modified and “broken open so you could see in it,” leading to a probable cause search of the Suburban.
Inside, a loaded .40 caliber handgun was found. Diggs was arrested without incident and booked early Friday morning on suspicion of being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.
He remained in Nevada County Jail as of midday Friday on $50,000 bail.
One of Diggs’ passengers, David Carlos Gutierrez, 27, of Citrus Heights, Calif., also was arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest, possession of a controlled substance and vandalism.
Gutierrez was “less than cooperative,” McDonnell said, and damaged the dashboard of a CHP vehicle after he was detained. Gutierrez also was found with roughly three grams of heroin.
The drug charge is a misdemeanor, as that amount is considered personal use, according to California Proposition 47, which went into effect this year.
Gutierrez was released Friday morning.
A third passenger was released at the scene, McDonnell said.
Diggs, who’s gone by the stage names “Jay Digs” or “J-Diggs tha Rockstar” and is referred to as “The Boss of the Bay,” was named co-CEO of Thizz Entertainment in 2004 after its founder, renowned rapper and West Coast hip hop pioneer Mac Dre, was shot to death.
Rappers Kilo Curt, Miami tha Most and Mac Mall are also co-CEOs of the independent label that was initially named Romp Records upon its founding in 1996.
According to media reports, Diggs, Mac Dre and Kilo Curt were arrested in 1992 in Fresno, Calif., on charges of conspiracy to rob a bank; Diggs received a 10-year prison sentence.
According to his biography, Diggs — a Vallejo, Calif., native who drew inspiration from hip hop legends Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Run DMC, LL Cool J, and Too Short — made a bigger name for himself as a rapper while incarcerated.
After he got out of prison, he appeared in numerous TV shows and films, such as BET’s “Oh Drama” and “American Gangsters.”
He was also reportedly arrested in 2012, along with three other Thizz Entertainment members, on suspicion of assault and attempted murder in Hawaii, and in 2013 in Utah on a felony warrant out of Hawaii, and for drug and drug-related charges.
It wasn’t immediately known if Diggs has an attorney.