Looks like McDreamy is about to go through a McNightmare of a divorce!
Now, according to legal documents, their split might not be as amicable as it once appeared.
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Just when we thought this movie couldn't get funnier… it did.
The second trailer for the movie has been released, and rapper T.I. gets a much bigger part in the promo this time around.
But more importantly, now we have a release date for it!
The flick will be coming out on March 27th of this year, when we can all see Mr. Ferrell prepare to do hard time in San Quentin.
But in the meantime, here's the latest load of laughs!
T.I. is jumping to Iggy Azalea's defense!!
In response to Banks' racially charged rant, the rapper tweeted:
Looks like he finally threw in the towel!!
After having a simple phone convo with the duo's mutual pal and Iggy's manager, T.I., the rapper properly declared an end to fighting…
…on the photo and video sharing app where all the drama began!
He even used the words "I apologize" at the end of his polite Instagram upload (above)!
Soon after the clip went public, Miz Azalea accepted his apology on Twitter, sharing:
T.I. CAN have whatever he likes!
The frequently imprisoned rapper, also known for his reality TV show T.I.& Tiny: The Family Hustle, is expanding his reality TV show franchise!
That's right, VH1 just greenlit a spinoff tentatively called Weave Trip, which will feature T.I.'s wife (Tiny) and her hairdresser buddy Shekinah Jo, as they decide to open a mobile hair salon in El Lay!
The two will drive their salon truck across the country (hence the "Trip" part of Weave Trip), and the series will be eight episodes long! Hair plus road trips equals television gold. Math!
Sure, our idea of a reality TV show called T.I., I.T., which would have the rapper go to people's businesses to fix computers while rapping about USB chords and router connections, would have been a hit too, but we'll totally watch Weave Trip.
He doesn’t have time for mediocres… or for returning his rental equipment apparently.
Rapper T.I. is being sued by the company he rented equipment from when he went on his America's Most Wanted tour last year. Reportedly, he never returned the $50,000 drop roll, which is what he projected videos and photos onto.
But instead of just suing him for the $50,000, the company doubled it because of the money they lost due to its absence!
T.I. hasn’t responded yet, but shouldn’t that be someone else’s responsibility? We’re sure that the 33-year-old isn’t the one who is in charge of all of the equipment!
However, he’s the big name on the contract, so it makes sense he’d be the one to go after!
Hopefully it gets returned soon, because Tip doesn’t need any more legal dramz in his life!