According to TMZ:
Chris Brown learned a lesson this week … what it must have been like travelling across the country by stagecoach … because four days into his journey he is still not in Washington D.C.
TMZ broke the story … Brown was taken from his L.A. County jail cell Thursday by U.S. Marshals for the cross country trip.
We’re told he made several stops along the way and typically when a prisoner lands he is taken to a nearby jail to wait for the next available flight.
Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos will be in a D.C. courtroom Monday trying to get his client’s case dismissed on grounds of grand jury misconduct. It’s unclear if Chris will make it to the hearing.
Brown will stand trial April 17th for allegedly assaulting a man outside a D.C. hotel.
A typical commercial flight from L.A. to D.C. takes 4 hours and 40 minutes.
And you get advantage miles.
According to HipHopDX:
T.I.’s upcoming album, Paperwork, set to feature production from Pharrell, is a project that T.I. says will encompass many qualities that have come to define his career.
“Paperwork is official,” he says in an interview with a New York Station. “If you’ve got paperwork on something, it’s official. Also, if someone has paperwork on you, then it could be some trouble. So, it’s official, it’s trouble, it’s authentic. Sounds like me. The music supports this theory very well.”
According to TMZ:
Rapper/pastor Mase put the word out his divorce is off and his marriage — which has become the backbone of his empire — is rock solid again. Problem is … IT’S NOT TRUE.
TMZ has learned … the divorce is FULL STEAM AHEAD. We broke the story … Mase filed for divorce back in January and it looked really nasty. He was asking for full custody of the 2 kids he had with wife Twyla. But weeks later he dropped the divorce case.
TMZ did some digging … and found the day after Mase filed in Atlanta … Twyla filed for legal separation in San Diego. Mase filed his response by amping things up … asking for a full-blown divorce.
What’s more in Mase’s San Diego legal docs … he claims they’ve been separated since MAY, 2012. That means for 2 years Mase and Twyla engaged in a giant charade, sermonizing and selling books about marriage while they weren’t really together.
The divorce is not only on … it’s super nasty. They’re both asking for physical custody of the kids. She also wants spousal and child support and he’s trying to shut that down.
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