G-Unit frontman 50 Cent, R&B Siren Mary J. Blige and Super Producer Timbaland have been named in a probe of possible steriod/human growth hormone users. While details remain sketchy it is being reported that the superstar’s names have popped up in the year-long investigation launced by Albany DA P. David Soares into the use of steriods in the sports entertainment world. After some big snares namely in the world of baseball, sights have been set on the music entertainment industry. Wyclef Jean and movie maker Tyler Perry have also been named in the investigation. The criminal aspect of the investigation is being limited to the pharmacists, clincs and doctors who allegedly provided the substance. None of the stars named in the investigation are in jeapordy of being charged with anything, in fact US Senator Charles Schumer has just introduced legislation that would make possession of these substances illegal. Stay tuned for development as this story takes shape and CLICK HERE for the full article.
Update: For a detailed description of the proof the Albany DA has against these stars CLICK HERE to read more. It appears some of them had drugs sent to their place of residence addressed to them, others used pseudonyms like Michael Jordan and Marlo Stanfield from The Wire.