Shortly after reuniting with his Hot Boyz partner, Lil Wayne, last month at LIV night club in Miami, Juvenile was arrested for disorderly conduct during a brawl that occurred at the hotel soon after the performance.
Juve, real name Terius Gray, plead "not guilty" to disorderly conduct after his arrest last month, following a brawl at a Miami hotel according to TMZ. He was arrested for his alleged involvement in a fight that began inside LIV nightclub and spilled outside to the front of the hotel.
Security tell police that were on site that the people involved in the fight were "creating a threat to life and property as well as the overall safety of the patrons inside."
Juvenile maintains that Lil Wayne, nor any of his entourage, were involved in the fracas outside of LIV Nightclub.
Check out Juvenile's mugshot.
Rohan Marley is opening up about his relationship with Lauryn Hill, and why things didn't work out. The son of Bob Marley and Hill were together for several years and share five children, but last year things got awkward. The couple split, on the heels of the news that Hill was pregnant, with another man's baby.
In an interview with the UK publication The Voice, he explained why things didn't work out. 'As a man, there are certain things I don't accept,' he said. 'And it just so happened that I didn't accept certain things [in the relationship]. It doesn't mean she's a bad person, or I'm a bad person, it just didn't work out.'
It appears that both parties have moved forward in separate directions, as Marley is engaged to Brazilian model, Isabeli Fontana, and Hill may or may not be involved with the father of her youngest child. '[Our relationship] is good as in â€¦in terms of being a mother and father to our children, it's good. It's not as perfect as one might want it to be. It's just the way the road went.'
Fed-up with the rumors behind the end of the relationship Hill released a statement denying allegations of cheating and abandonment.
Ghostface Killah appears on a new version of G.O.O.D. Music's 'New God Flow' and crafting a collaborative album with Sheek Louch called Wu-Block, but he is still ready to drop a solo album in the fall.
Tony Starks will be releasing his latest project 12 Reasons to Die on November 20th through fellow Wu-Tang member, RZA's newly launched Soul Temple Records. RZA will serve as the LP's executive producer, while producer Adrian Younge (the mind behind the soundtrack for the movie and television show, Black Dynamite) will create the album's music.
In typical Pretty Toney fashion, Ghost will release an accompanying comic book with the project. The is the second comic book for the iconic Wu-Tang Clan member and will follow a month after the album's release. Check out the flier announcing the album and comic book.