When it rains, it pours -- and there is a monsoon around Scott Disick right now.
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As we previously reported, on Monday Sean "Diddy" Combs was arrested at UCLA after he got into a fight with one of his son's football coaches. The alleged victim is said to be strength and conditioning coach, Sal Alosi.
It's said that the duo got into an altercation after the famous Dad came to complain that Alosi was too hard on the rapper's son, Justin Combs — who's a defensive back for the Division 1 school.
Diddy allegedly attacked Alosi with a kettlebell and threatened the coach — and the five or six people it took to supposedly contain the situation. The upset initially was said to have resulted in a felony charge.
However, it's since been updated that the Ciroc-lover has been charged with
Snoop Dogg sure has a habit of saying some of the worst possible things lately.
Now, his controversial comments are being captured on camera.
Snoop was being interviewed in Canada recently about his work on the 10th season of the country's popular show, Trailer Park Boys.
But, when asked about the hospitality he's seen from our neighbors to the north, he immediately changed the subject to the CBC camerawoman, Stephanie Clattenburg, saying:
"Hospitality's been awesome, baby. I like the cameragirl, too. She's thick. Damn."
Oy vey. It gets worse, too. He added:
"Look at the s*** on that critter."
Come on, Snoop. Really?
Needless to say, Stephanie was none too pleased about being catcalled on the job. See Snoop's full comment as well as the camerawoman's response (below)!
Are you ready for the ultimate '90s rap throwback???
The wait for the upcoming N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton is over because the flick is set to be released in theaters this August! And if that's not enough, this month Ice Cube is reuniting MOST of the surviving members of the iconic rap group to perform for the first time in 15 years!
The rapper slash actor is excited to get the group back together for a one night show, which is part of the four-day BET Experience festival.
The 45-year-old was confident the band was "gonna rock that sh*t, no problem," but not ALL of the surviving members may be present for the performance!
When asked if former group member Dr. Dre would make an appearance, the Friday star said:
The snap, while it featured a shot of Akon, read:
"Shout out to Akon! He is about to supply 600 million africans with solar power. Im really upset that this isn't major news but that science project bruce jenner is #Society."
So disappointing. Even if he didn't make the picture, sharing it is just as bad.
It's awesome what Akon is doing, but there's absolutely NO reason to belittle someone's life.
He has yet to delete the post, but we're hoping that he issues a formal apology to Caitlyn and the transgender community. Ch-ch-check out Snoop's post (below)!
California Roll is the lead track off of the rapper's upcoming album Bush, and the video pays homage to Snoop's home state in a charming time-travel vignette!
Opening in a Los Angeles movie theater in 1946, the audience gets more than they bargain for after they are told they are going on a journey into the future — and the film ends up being a futuristic simulator ride!
The bumpy ignition turns into a smooth drift as Pharrell appears on the screen decked out in a gold robe. Snoop joins in next, driving in a flying yellow convertible while Wonder sits shotgun.
Check out the video (above) to see the futuristic pyramids of Hollywood and Snoop's 4D joint penetrate through the projector screen (the technology for which patent pending).
Snoop Dogg is known more for getting baked than doing the baking — and now we know why!
Snoop stopped by The Tonight Show Thursday night where he and Jimmy Fallon did their best to make some fresh cookies.
The only problem was they were playing Real People, Fake Arms at the time!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see Jimmy and Snoop HIGHlariously attempt to sate their munchies!
Who knew one seemingly harmless photo could cause so much trouble?
According to legal docs, a state trooper in Dallas is suing his bosses for penalizing him with "disciplinary counseling" after he took a photo with Snoop Dogg.
The whole mess started when the trooper, Billy Spears, posed for a pic with Snoop at SXSW where the rapper gave a keynote speech.
While the snap was completely lighthearted, Billy's department was NOT happy and they punished him with disciplinary counseling, a move which could prevent the trooper from seeking future advancement in the force.
What's unfair about this situation is that the Drop It Like It's Hot singer is the one who requested the photo and then later posted it to Instagram!
In defense of the punishment, Spears' superiors cited Snoop's criminal background as casting a negative light on the department.
Billy is now filing a civil lawsuit against his bosses because he feels like the punishment was motivated by previous conflicts and not S.D.'s criminal past.
So, whose side are YOU on?!
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