Does Kanye West think the Kardashians tipped off the paparazzi when he and Kim took baby North West to the doctor the other day? RadarOnline has sources who say Kanye thinks the photo op had the Kardashians' fingerprints all over it.
The source reports that Kanye went “absolutely ballistic that a paparazzo took the pictures of the family outing to baby North’s appointment with her pediatrician. Kanye was absolutely unaware that the photographer was in the parking garage of the medical facility.” The source goes on to say, "He believes that a member of the Kardashian clan tipped off the photographer. It’s no secret that Kim works with several media outlets and has been known to tip off the press about her whereabouts.”
Kanye West is back at it again -- fighting with the paparazzi.
TMZ is reporting that 'Ye flipped out on one of its camera guys today (Friday) at the airport after the photographer tried say how much he loves Kanye's music.
Stopping his phone conversation to address the man behind the lens, Kanye put his hands up to the lens and said, "Don't talk. Don't talk to me. I don't want to hear paparazzi talk to me or anybody I know, and tell everybody never talk to anyone that anyone knows don't talk to themselves. Don't talk ever again."
Of course, the pap kept talking, even asking about the possibility of a Watch the Throne Two. That's when Kanye reached for the camera, shoving it out the way.
Wale got a pretty nice present this week -- his new album The Gifted will enter the Billboard album chart at number-one.
The disc sold more than 158,000 copies in its first week, according to the latest SoundScan figures, easily topping J. Cole's Born Sinner, which hangs on at number-two for the second straight week. Wale's last album, Ambition, actually sold more copies in its first week two years ago, but only managed to finish second, behind Justin Bieber's Under the Mistletoe.
Kanye West's Yeezus, which held the top spot last week, drops to number-three, selling 65,000 copies -- one of the biggest sales dropoffs ever for a number-one album. India Arie had a good week, debuting at number-seven with SongVersation.
It's always interesting when celebs, especially rappers, end up getting sued for things like tax evasion, foreclosure or not paying retail bills. With all the money and materialistic things they rap about, they should at least be able to pay for what they brag about, right?
TMZ reports that Rick Ross is being sued by Johnny’s Custom Jewelry in Houston, seeking $90,000 for three Rolex watches.
The store prides itself on having a celebrity clientele, and features Ross on its website. Ross even did an in-store there last August -- that is also featured on the site.
Ross has yet to release a public statement about the suit.
2CHAINZ: Runs for Life on Video
2 Chainz says it didn't happen, but the videotape says otherwise.
TMZ has posted video from two security cameras that capture 2 Chainz getting robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco over the weekend. In the clip, Chainz can be seen walking down the street with his crew when they're suddenly approached by two men with guns drawn.
Almost immediately the rapper and his friends scatter, with 2 Chainz weaving between parked car before finally stumbling and falling to the ground. One of the gunmen can be seen skipping after the rapper, and later re-appears on screen with several items stuffed under his shirt.
Though 2 Chainz says nothing was taken from him, police say the crooks got away with his wallet and cell phone.
Authorities say comedian Kevin Hart has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his black Mercedes nearly collided with a tanker trunk on a Southern California freeway.
California Highway Patrol Officer Ed Jacobs says Hart appeared intoxicated when he was pulled over before dawn Sunday on Highway 101 in Los Angeles.
Hart failed a field sobriety test and was booked for misdemeanor DUI. He was held on a $5,000 bond.
Jacobs says the Mercedes was being driven erratically at over 90 mph and nearly slammed into a gas tanker.
A female passenger in Hart's car was sent home in a taxi.
Hart was born and raised in Philadelphia.
He starred in the 2011 stand-up special "Laugh At My Pain" and has appeared in TV's "Undeclared" and in several movies.
A call to a spokesperson for Hart was not immediately returned.
Source: NBC Philadelphia