Suge Knight Gets Into Fight On The Set Of Ice Cube & Dr. Dre Film In Compton. Runs Over & Kills Man With His Car As He Fled The Scene

Suge Knight could be facing a very long time in prison after a hit and run accident left one man dead on Thursday, January 29, in Compton, California.

TMZ reports that Knight showed up on the set of a movie where Ice Cube and Dr. Dre were with a man named Terry Carter. Security asked Suge to leave and a fight broke out between Knight and two other men. Knight hopped back in his car, gunned it in reverse and hit Carter, who was trying to get to the passenger side of the car.

Knight’s car ran over Carter, but instead of stopping, the music executive fled the scene. Two other men were also hit. One is identified as Cle “Bone” Sloane. The third victim’s name hasn’t been released.

Carter died at the scene from his injuries. Sloane and the other victim were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Cle “Boane”Sloane

Sloane is a well known former member of Athens Park Bloods. He’s appeared in the movies Training Day, Broklyn’s Finest and Tears of the Sun. He also directed the 2005 documentary Bastards of the Party.

It’s not known what movie was being filmed, but both Cube and Dre have been heavily involved in the upcoming NWA biopic, which has been filming in Compton and surrounding areas.

According to TMZ, Knight’s lawyer is arranging for his client to turn himself into to the sheriff’s department. He could be facing manslaughter charges or be let off the hook because he was in fear for his life when he fled.

Story developing…

Master P x The Breakfast Club: Talks Lil Wayne Collab, No Limit Vs Cash Money, Marital Problems, Building Wealth, ‘Ice Cream Man 2′ With Alley Boy & Gucci Mane, C-Murder, Silkk The Shocker

Master P stopped by The Breakfast Club for an in depth conversation with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God.

Topics included issues with his wife, collaboration with Lil Wayne, No Limit vs Cash Money, teaching his team how to build wealth, upcoming Ice Cream 2 collaboration with Gucci Mane and Alley Boy, his reason for getting back into music, selling records in a digital age, Silkk The Shocker, Lil Boosie, C-Murder, doing movies, Rome motivating him to get out of the streets, how he signed Snoop Dogg, giving back to the community and more.

Alessandra Ambrosio Swears the Victoria’s Secret Angels Get Along and Any Other Rumor Is “Stupid”

Alessandra Ambrosio, Ocean Drive

The Victoria’s Secret Angels really do get along. Well, at least that’s what veteran supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio says.

In the latest issue of Ocean Drive magazine, the 33-year-old opened up about her experiences working with fellow models.

“We get inspired by each other. They’re my co-workers, they’re gorgeous, and everyone there has their own spotlight,” she told the publication. “Maybe today it’s my turn to wear the Fantasy Bra, but next year, it’s going to be someone else.”

Besides, who has time to be jealous when you’re balancing work and being a full-time parent to two beautiful children?

Alessandra Ambrosio, Ocean Drive“When you have kids at home, there are way more important things to worry about,” she shared. “I don’t focus on negative things; I try to focus on good things, and I’m [too] busy in my personal life to give my time to something stupid.”

Basically, Alessandra ain’t got time for catfights and jealous models. Instead, it’s all about the fashion and that all-important runway.

And it must working—as the brunette was able to wear the Victoria’s Secret “Fantasy Bra” not once, but twice during her career. It’s an accomplishment she doesn’t take for granted.

Alessandra Ambrosio, Ocean Drive

“…When I got the news [about 2014], it was so unexpected and such a huge honor,” she explained to the magazine available online now. “It was new for Victoria’s Secret to have two girls modeling the bras on the runway.”

And before you speculate that she didn’t like working the bra with fellow model Adriana Lima, it’s just not true.

“Me and Adriana had a great time,” the swimsuit designer assured readers. “We’ve known each other for a long time; we started at the same time in Brazil, and we’ve done a lot of shoots together for Victoria’s Secret, so it was amazing they thought of us to be the first two girls to wear the double Fantasy Bra.”

Like we said, no drama with these angels.

Alessandra Ambrosio, Ocean Drive

Brazilian Supermodel Lisalla Montenegro Wilson Oozes Sex Appeal In Maxim Photo Shoot

Video And Pics After The Jump

It’s about time Maxim got Brazilian supermodel Lisalla Montenegro Wilson locked down for a photo shoot and interview.

The beautiful 26-year old from the town of Goiás has previously appeared in Vogue (Brazil, China and American), Glamour (American and German), Italian GQ, Nylon, Cosmo Girl , Stilletto, A Magazine, Style Monte Carlo, among others.

She is the current face of Maybelline Cosmetics.

During her chat with Maxim, Lisa discusses her marriage to Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson, her three-hour daily workouts, obsession with HBO’s Game of Thrones, the World Cup, her singing ability and more. 

To read the full interview head over to Maxim. In the meantime enjoy her sexy photo shoot with Ian Daly below.

Lil Wayne Sues Birdman & Cash Money For $51 Million

The first shot in Lil Wayne’s legal battle to get out of his Cash Money Records contract has been fired.

TMZ reports that as promised Wayne has filed a lawsuit claiming breach of contract. The suit claims that Cash Money violated the deal in three ways.

1. Not paying Wayne an $8 million advance when he began recording Tha Carter V in December 2013.

2. Failing to pay Wayne an additional $2 million upon completion of the album a year later.

3. Refusing to release the album.

Wayne says he hasn’t received a dime of what’s owed to him. He’s asking a judge to award him $51 million, release him from his contract and declare that he’s the joint copyright holder of all the artist recordings under his Young Money label. That would include the works of Tyga, Nicki Minaj, Drake and all other acts he signed.

Birdman’s reason for not releasing Tha Carter V has been that he believes there is more behind the scenes work that needs to be done first.

Sources close to Wayne told TMZ that at this point the only way it will be released is if he is paid what he’s due.

Judge Grants Ludacris Full Custody Of His 1-Year Old Daughter, Cai

After a legal battle with Tamika Fuller, the mother of his one-year old daughter, Cai, Ludacris has been granted primary physical custody of the child.

TMZ reports that Fuller attempted to throw up roadblocks claiming Luda, real name Christopher Bridges, didn’t want her to have the baby when he found out she was pregnant and offered her $10,000 to have an abortion.

The decision was handed down Monday, January 27, after a family court judge weighed all of the testimony and a report by an independent expert, ultimately deciding to grant Ludacris’ request custody.

“After review of all the evidence, the testimony of the witnesses, the report of the guardian ad litem, and the claims made throughout this entire case, I am gratified that the judge found me to be the most fit and proper parent to have primary physical custody of our beautiful daughter,” the 37-year old entertainer told PEOPLE.

Luda also has a 13-year old daughter, Karma, from a previous relationship.

The last couple of months have been a whirlwind for the rapper. In December he married longtime girlfriend Eudoxie Mbouguiyengue and released his Burning Bridges EP. The next few months promise to be just as hectic as he releases his long awaited Ludaversal album on March 31. That will be followed closely by the nationwide opening of the seventh installment of the Fast and Furious movie franchise on April 3.

Dr. Dre Signs 23-Year Old Dallas Rapper Justin Mohrle To Aftermath

Dr. Dre is a perfectionist with a keen eye for talent. When he gives his stamp of approval and devotes studio time to an artist the results are generally mind blowing.

50 Cent, Eminem, Snoop Dogg Kendrick Lamar, Xzibit and The D.O.C. can all attribute a big part of their success to Dre.

The super producer just signed 23-year old rapper Justin Mohrle a.k.a. JT to his Aftermath label. Will he be the next to blow?

Dre was impressed by JT’s demo tape. The young rapper has now moved out to California to work with the hit maker full time. Mohrle realizes that this is his shot at superstardom.

“With the situation I’m in, Dre could decide to drop a track tomorrow, and then I might not be able to ever go to the mall again like this. Just us. By myself,” he told D Magazine

The D.O.C. is responsible for bringing JT to Dre’s attention. He gave the Compton legend the demo tape that got the ball rolling. He will also play an integral part in hopefully molding JT into a star.

“JT and I worked on a couple songs; Dre fell in love with the songs; Dre stole the songs from the kid, because he wanted to put them out as a unit,” The D.O.C. told D Magazine. “That’s the way this house is rolling. We’re all putting our energy toward building another classic for The Good Doctor. Then he’s going to take his time to help us build a classic for the youngster.”

L.A. Jury Awards R&B Legend Sly Stone $5 Million In Breach-Of-Contract Lawsuit Against His Business Partners

LOS ANGELES (Associated Press) — Funk legend Sly Stone was awarded $5 million on Tuesday in a breach-of-contract suit that claimed his business partners and his own company cheated him out of royalties.

A Los Angeles Superior Court jury ruled for the 71-year-old performer in his action against his ex-manager Gerald Goldstein, attorney Glenn Stone and Even St. Productions Ltd.

“It’s a good day for Sly, it’s a good day for entertainers in general,” said one of his attorneys, Nicholas Hornberger. “This was an important verdict for people that are artists, entertainers, music composers, etc.”

Stone, whose real name is Sylvester Stewart, led the group Sly and the Family Stone to a string of hits in the 1960s and early ’70s including “Everyday People,” ”Dance To The Music” and “Family Affair.” But heavy drug use began to take a toll.

His lawyers say Stone’s career was long eclipsed and he was destitute when Goldstein and Glenn Stone convinced him to become an employee of and co-owner of Even St. Productions with them in 1989.

Stone assigned royalty rights to the company and was supposed to receive some of the money it collected for him but Goldstein and Glenn Stone arranged to get it through shady accounting, Hornberger argued.

“They met him, they signed him up…but what they really wanted was his royalties,” Hornberger said.

Gregory Bodell, the attorney for Goldstein and Glenn Stone, said the performer approached his clients to revitalize his career and promised to make comeback records that he never recorded.

His clients weren’t seeking the performer’s royalties because he didn’t have any, in part because he owed millions to the Internal Revenue Service, Bodell said.

Sly Stone testified that he had not received any royalty payments between 1989 and 2000.

But Bodell said his clients helped to pay off the IRS, renegotiated royalty issues with record companies and over 20 years obtained millions of dollars in royalties for the performer — perhaps as much as $9 million.

Jurors assessed $2.5 million in damages against Even St. Productions, $2.45 million against Goldstein and $50,000 against Glenn Stone.

Bodell said the award will be challenged.

Even St. Productions filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2013. A message left for a lawyer representing the company was not immediately returned.