TMZ reports,

Suge Knight has formally been arrested on murder charges, and his bail has been set at $2 million.

Witnesses claim Suge threw his car in reverse once, and then a second time … and they believe he intended to hit one of the people with whom he was fighting.

Suge had turned himself in for questioning and is at the station now being interviewed.  One of Suge’s problems … witnesses tell us one of the 3 men who were struck by Suge’s vehicle was in the altercation with him before Suge ran him over … which could be evidence it was intentional.

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It looks like the war between Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records is in full swing as the rapper slapped Birdman with a $51 million lawsuit. Few details were known about the litigation until now.

Billboard has obtained the 21-page lawsuit and it shows Weezy’s contract with Cash Money and what he believes he’s owed and why. In essence, it all comes down to dollars and cents.

In the suit, Tunechi claims he’s owed $10 million for the recording and completion of his very delayed ‘Tha Carter V’ album. This is in accordance with the contract, which stipulates that Cash Money agreed to pay Wayne an advance of $8 million per solo album with another $2 million payment upon the delivery of the said album.

Wayne also alleges that Cash Money has failed to pay him profits and royalties as it relates to his artists on Young Money, LLC. In addition, the ‘Believe Me’ rapper wants copyright ownership of all YMCMB recordings, which includes Drake, Nicki Minaj and others.

In the end, as we previously reported, Wayne wants to take his artists and leave Cash Money.

It’s a very complicated lawsuit with tons of money and music involved. So yes, $51 million is at stake here and this is going to be one tough legal fight.

TMZ is now reporting that Universal, Cash Money’s parent label, is forcing Birdman to settle with Wayne. On the flip side, Weezy told sources that if Cash Money ponies up the $10 million he is owed, he will retract the lawsuit.

Rumors and speculation aside, it’s all up in the air right now. Hopefully, Lil Wayne and Birdman can work out an amicable settlement.

Read Lil Wayne’s lawsuit documents below.

Lil Wayne v. Cash Money – complaint.pdf

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COMPTON, Calif. (AP) — A lawyer for Marion “Suge” Knight says the Death Row Records founder was at the wheel of a car that struck two men, killing one, in a Los Angeles suburb.

The accident in Compton occurred shortly before 3 p.m. Thursday.

James Blatt tells KABC-TV that Knight says he was attacked by two people and tried to escape in the car.

Blatt says Knight struck and killed a friend named Terry and slightly injured Cle Sloan, an actor who appeared in the movie “Training Day.” He did not give the friend’s last name.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says two men were taken to a hospital, where one was pronounced dead and the other’s condition is unknown.

Another Knight lawyer, Joseph Low, declined to say whether Knight was involved in the accident but said he will cooperate with investigators.

TMZ.com first reported that Knight was involved.

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Chris Brown & Tyga – Fan of a Fan: The Album (Tracklisting):

01. Westside
02. Nothin’ Like Me (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
03. Ayo
04. Girl You Loud
05. Remember Me
06. I Bet (Feat. 50 Cent)
07. D.G.I.F.U. (Feat. Pusha T)
08. Better
09. Lights Out (Feat. Fat Trel)
10. Real One (Feat. Boosie Badazz)
11. Bitches N Marijuana (Feat. ScHoolBoy Q)
12. She Goin’ Up

Deluxe Edition:

13. Wrong In the Right Way
14. Bunkin’ (Feat. Jay 305 & T.I.)
15. It’s Yo Shitt (Feat. Wale)
16 Banj

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Eurweb reports,

Wayne filed a lawsuit against Birdman for $51 million.

Wayne was supposed to get a $8 million advance when he begun recording “Tha Carter V” in December 2013 and an additional $2 million when the album was complete a year later. He hasn’t received anything.

Birdman has basically shelved the album, and Wayne is ready to release it. He’s planning on walking in order to do that, but once again, not alone.

Although Birdman helped mold Minaj and Drake’s careers, their contracts are under YME and Weezy wants them to continue to roll with him, according to TMZ.

YME distribution deal is with Cash Money. Therefore, this matter will most definitely have to be settled out of court. But Wayne has every intention on leaving with his crew.

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People Magazine report,

The upcoming season of So You Think You Can Dance just might be the biggest one yet, with new additions to the judges’ table and a new twist in the competition.

Joining executive producer Nigel Lythgoe at the table will be Jason Derulo and Paula Abdul.

While there’s no question that Derulo has a strong pedigree in music and dance himself, the series’ addition of Abdul is a real coup. Having been discovered by The Jacksons in the 1980s, Abdul went on to choreograph a number of award-winning music videos for Janet Jackson and others before launching her own successful career as a singer and dancer.

For its 12th season, SYTYCD will be making a change to the format and will pit stage dancers against street dancers.

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