AHH Stray News: Rich Homie Show Shot Up, Master P.’s Divorce Saga, Cam’s Tax Bill


2015 BET Hip Hip Awards at the Atlanta Civic Center - Arrivals Featuring: Rich Homie Quan Where: Atlanta, Georgia, United States When: 09 Oct 2015 Credit: WENN.com
Rich Homie Quan
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Police are looking for the culprits behind a shooting that left five people injured in a club in North Carolina. Cops with the Craven County Sheriff’s office in New Bern were called to the Diamond Club around 3:00 AM this morning. Police interviewed Rich Homie Quan and even though he isn’t a suspect, police believe members of his entourage could have been involved in the shooting. Reports and their own Tweets are already suggesting the shooting is tied to a beef between Rich Homie and fellow Atlanta rapper Ralo

Cymphonique Miller, Master P., Romeo Miller, and two other sons, at 'Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection' New York premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater Where: New York City, NY, United States When: 25 Jun 2012 Credit: WENN
Cymphonique Miller, Master P., Romeo Miller, and two other sons,
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Master P’s nasty divorce war with his wife Sonya continues to wind through the courts. In the latest skirmish, P’s wife Sonya has denied allegations that she’s a drug addict and believes the mogul turned their kids against her, to protect his bottom line. Master P. currently has custody of his three kids, but the new filing claims Master P put them up to writing letters to the court supporting their famous father, while preferring to live with him. Sonya claims Master P. has a networth of $350 million and he’s lying when he says he only earns $2,441 per month. In November of 2015, a judge recently ordered Master P. to shell out $27,000 a month in child and spousal support.

Cameron Ezike Giles seen at bbc studios in London Featuring: Cameron Ezike Giles Where: London, United Kingdom When: 03 Jun 2014 Credit: WENN.com
Cam’ron Ezike Giles seen at BBC studios in London
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Nelly isn’t the only rapper looking to get Uncle Sam out of his pocket. It looks like Harlem, New York rapper Cam’ron has come under the scrutiny of the IRS. Reports are circulating that Cam owes the state of New Jersey over $180,000 in back taxes. The rapper is facing a lien on his property that he owns in Essex County.