Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ … Brown was thrown out of the rehab facility this morning, for violating “internal rules.” We do not know precisely what Chris did, but we’re told it did not involve violence or drugs.
Sources tell TMZ … Chris was caught having “an inappropriate relationship” with a female worker at the beginning of the month, but that is NOT why he was thrown out today.
As you recall, Chris was previously thrown out of a different facility for throwing a rock at his mom’s car window.
Chris was picked up by L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies this afternoon and is now in jail …being held with no bail.
Rapper Torrence Hatch, better known by the name “Lil Boosie,” is a Baton Rouge, La., native—and he made an interesting recruiting pitch for his hometown LSU Tigers in a recent interview with Myron Smothers of LSU Tiger TV. At the end of an interview with the LSU student-television network, Boosie went off on Alabama’s dominance on the recruiting trail and the Louisiana prospects who have spurned his Tigers for the Tide: “First, I want to talk to all the kids in high schools—all the stars. Go on and come to Baton Rouge, man. Go on and put on that yellow jersey, man. Y’all keep putting on that red and white—Nick Saban getting all of our recruits. We ain’t getting all the recruits like we used to—that’s shaking up the scene. We need to bring back the No. 1 players and get it back together, man. Because I’m gonna bet the house on LSU—win, lose or draw. I bet so many cigarettes on LSU in jail. I get into with people and everything. I had LSU Adidas [shoes] I colored. I used to wear them for game night—so I love LSU…I ride or die LSU, I don’t care who they play.”
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Petey Pablo was only released from prison on Thursday morning, but the “Freek-a-Leek” rapper already has plans to take over the rap game. With the drama stemming from his 2010 gun charge behind him — the North Carolina MC served time on a 35-month sentence in federal prison — Petey is so pumped to win that he’s taking cues from Will Ferrell’s Ricky Bobby, the fictional race car driver who stops at nothing to get to the #1 spot. “I just want to say that I’m totally glad to be back in the race and behind the wheel of a car that has been fine-tuned for the greatest performance,” Pablo (born Moses Barrett) said in a press release issued to MTV News after his release from FCI Fort Dix in New Jersey this morning. Back in 2001, Pablo scored a breakout hit with the Timbaland-produced “Raise Up,” and now he plans to go back into the studio with his old friend … for some “Talladega Nights”-themed work. “I’m now headed to the work shop,” Pablo continued in the statement, “to begin what will be noted as my best work ever with one of the greatest producers of all time. My Brother, my friend, my partner for life: mega producer Timbaland, the King!”
Kevin Gates – Not Really (Prod. By Drumma Boy)
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During the Q&A he revealed that he’d penned 1,018 songs while behind bars — yes, 1,018, which gives him plenty of material for the new album he’s already begun to record. Boosie explained that he’s currently restructuring his deal with Trill Entertainment and Atlantic Records, both of which have been fully supportive of him. And, who would he like to work with? “I got a hit for Justin Bieber,” he answered, to laughter. Despite being on probation, possibly for another four years, he still plans to be back on tour by the end of March. During his time in the pen, he also wrote a book and a movie called “Boosie: The Movie,” which he’d like to produce on his own.
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It didn’t go exactly as planned, but in a way Chance the Rapper’s truncated set in the early hours of Wednesday morning affirmed the message that a legion of Chicago heavy hitters tried to impart at the South by Southwest Interactive and Music conferences. After only 18 minutes at the club Red7, Chance was booted off the stage by the Austin fire marshal because the club was deemed over capacity. A police officer explained that there were at least 350 people in the club, which has official capacity of 300. It was a disappointment for the fans, who chanted their displeasure before dispersing, but if nothing else it demonstrated that Chicago’s got game; there was no hotter ticket Tuesday than Chance’s performance.
via Chicago Tribune