[video] Joe Budden accuses L.A. Reid of being a Sexual Predator after abrupt exit from Epic Records

Joe Budden who has slammed L.A.Reid in previous episodes of #EverydayStruggle makes ‘sexual predator’ accusations against the record executive who abruptly left Epic Records this past week.

On today’s #EverydayStruggle, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska broke down L.A. Reid’s sudden exit from Epic Records and wondered where he may end up next. Of course, Budden had his own thoughts on the situation.

[video] Eminem Presents: Total Slaughter 1 (Joe Budden vs Hollow Da Don, Loaded Lux vs Murda Mook)

Battle rap takes it up a notch with probably it’s most high profile battle yet, brought to you by battle rap and platinum Hip hop superstar Eminem and Shady Records. This should be fun.

Main Event: Joe Budden vs Hollow Da Don, Loaded Lux vs Murda Mook

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Saigon & Joe Budden prep new albums

The homie Paul just shot over these promo spots for the new albums from Saigon and Joe Budden (who ironically were beefing with each a couple months back). Good to see the focus is back on the music plus these guys are actually great storytellers and deserve some support from the Hip Hop community. If you want to see Saigon get on MTV go vote here. Check out another promo for ESG after the break.

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Lawsuit: Method Man Accused of Shooting a Female Fan With a BB Gun

It has been the best and worst of years for legendary rapper Method Man. The Blackout album with Redman has had moderate success and his beef with Joe Budden has some calling him chicken for not giving Joey a verbal lashing over a RZA beat. Now some fan is saying he sprayed her with a BB gun:

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When Mary Anderson of Fort Bend County allegedly asked rapper Method Man for an autograph after a show last November at Houston’s House of Blues, she claims she got a different kind of signature: A wound in the stomach from a pellet gun.

Anderson is suing Method Man, more formally known as Clifford Smith, in Harris County District Court for allegedly shooting at her six times with a pellet gun. According to the lawsuit, Anderson attended a rap concert where Method Man and Redman were performing.
Afterward, Anderson joined a group of fans outside, where Method Man was signing autographs out of the back window of a bus. When Anderson handed Method Man her ticket stub for him to sign, Method Man suddenly pulled out a pellet gun and began firing, hitting Anderson in the torso, according to the lawsuit.

Anderson’s attorney, Daniel Horowitz, tells Hair Balls that Anderson suffered permanent scarring on her chest, stomach and breast area.

“You can’t just go around the country shooting people like that,” says Horowitz, “and then leave town and not think anything’s going to happen.”

Anderson claims she had to seek medical treatment for the wounds and is suing for assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Horowitz says Method Man has not yet been served.

[video] Joe Budden: Up Close & Personal

Say what you will about the nonsensical beef brewing between Joe Budden and Method Man, but you have to commend the man for speaking his mind and sticking to his opinions, of which everyone is granted one. Keep it lyrical and arrange a pay per view this way everyone gets to benefit from the spectacle, Hip Hop needs it right about now. Shout out to the Exec for another tight one-on-one.

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Joe Speaks On Jay Z Diss


Joe Budden has spoken out on why he recorded the diss track “Talk To Em’” which is aimed at sometime foe Jay-Z. If you guys can remember these cats had a verbal sparring match when Hov snatched the instrumental beat to Joe’s “Pump it Up” song.  Joe came back with another version and many say he even spanked Jay, with the end result being Joe never dropping a second album over at Def Jam.  Jay-Z vehemently denies blocking any releases from any artists on Def Jam.  No longer signed to Def Jam he has released his true feelings on wax on the situation. Click here for the full interview over@ the Rhapsody Blog