50 CENT: Date Night Turns Into a Tantrum
50 Cent's date night yesterday (Wednesday) went sour after he got into an altercation with another man at a New Jersey mall.
According to TMZ, an unnamed woman and 50 were sipping drinks in the patio area at Edgewater Commons Mall, when another man approached him and they exchanged words. A few moments later, Curtis threw a table and chair in the direction of the guy, and wound up hitting a car.
The man quickly left, and 50 and his date departed shortly after. No arrests were made.
POP SMOKE: Five Suspects Detained
On the heels of Pop Smoke's debut album release, five suspects have been arrested in connection with his murder today.
Charges haven't been filed yet, but the people of interest are being detained for questioning.
Pop died in February. It was initially reported that he'd been a victim of an armed robbery gone bad at his rental home in Hollywood, but police now believe it was a targeted hit.
FUTURE: Bankrolls COVID-Inspired College Scholarships
Future sees the future in our children. He's opened up a COVID-inspired college scholarship fund for high school graduates called "I'm Still a Dreamer."
Through his FreeWishes Foundation, he's prepared to award scholarships of up to $2500, along with other resources. Future says, "You don’t have to be in the perfect situation or come from the perfect background to reach for your dreams. Despite this COVID-19 pandemic, I encourage all dreamers to continue to dream big."
Just like any scholarship, there's a criteria to be eligible: You must live in Georgia, be enrolled into an accredited college for fall, maintain a 3.0 GPA and submit a personal video detailing any hardships faced due to the coronavirus.
Submissions are due by July 27th and the winners will be announced on August 4th. More information on how to apply is at FreeWishes.org.
KANYE WEST: Family Concerned About Mental Health
Kanye West's recent political rants and Presidential run declaration have the world buzzing -- and they've also got his family very concerned.
According to TMZ, unnamed loved ones think Yeezy is experiencing one of the manic episodes related to the bi-polar illness that he's admitted suffering from. The site doesn't quote any specific person, but suggests that family sees this as one of the spirals he goes through every year or so.
Kanye's people believe he'll stabilize after a bit, since he always has in the past, but concern is still high. He raised some eyebrows back in 2018 when he claimed to have quit medication for the bi-polar disorder because it was stifling his creativity.