Tia Kemp, the feisty cutthroat ex of rapper “Rick Ross” hopped on IG live to air him out for what she deems as continued emotional neglect of their 12 year old son.
The estranged pair, who started dating before the rapper blew up on the hip hop music scene, have always had a publicly tumultuous relationship with Tia using the press and social media to get her messages of displeasure across to the Wing Stop franchisee.
Years ago, Tia appeared on “Ross’s” arch nemesis vlog show, “This is 50” created by 50 Cent and blasted the rapper for being a “fake, fraud & a phony.”
She claimed the ex corrections officer-turned- gangster rapper was not providing enough financial and emotional support for the child whom she says questions why his father won’t stay around consistently. She also accused the Miami rapper of repossessing her car and other valuables he would give her in retaliation for asking for more child support.
The rapper has since had another child with a woman known on IG as a “fitness model” and has a teenage daughter by another woman who is suing 50 Cent for the leak of her sex tape with another man- not “Ross.”
Do you think Tia Kemp publicly discussing issues with her “baby daddy” is a good look for the child?
After all, that’s what all this is really about, the kid — right?
I personally wouldn’t give him the satisfaction, clearly he chooses not to come around his son for whatever reason. I don’t believe in begging a man to do what a man is supposed to do. If he doesn’t want to be in the child’s life it’s very unfortunate for the child, but he can’t be forced. Hopefully if her story is true, he will realize that all of his children need and deserve more than his financial support. It’s unfair to treat the children unequally and equal time should be spent with them all.
I guess this is why I don’t have children. Just a little too much drama for me.
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50 Cent attended the upcoming movie premiere for the movie Gotti based on Gambino Family Crime Boss John Gotti.
Gotti is a 2018 biographical crime drama film directed by Kevin Connolly and written by Lem Dobbs and Leo Rossi.
During the premiere 50 Cent flicked it up with John Travolta who portrays the legendary “dapper don.”
The film is based on the life of the infamous New York City mobster and his son, John Gotti Jr.
50, who is executive producer of the hit crime drama thriller television series Power, is also set to produce his own crime mob docu-series based on the Black Mafia Family bosses Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and his younger brother Terry “Southwest T” Flenory.
The show is currently in preproduction and is also set to premiere on the STARZ network.
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During an exclusive interview with TIME, the mother of notorious drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman shared what she thinks of her son.
Guzman, 61, is in New York City’s highest-security prison after escaping from Mexican prisons twice, once in 2001 and again in 2015. He is accused of trafficking drugs worth $14 billion into the United States. His is one of the biggest narcotics cases in U.S. criminal history.
During the interview, Guzman’s mother, Consuelo Loera, 88, spoke about his childhood growing up in a mud-made shack in Mexico’s Sierra Madre mountains.
“They were difficult times. We longed for something better,” Loera told TIME.
TIME reports Guzmán helped bring food to the table by hauling sacks of oranges around the hills to sell to peasant farmers for a few pesos.
“He always fought for a better life,” Loera told TIME, “even as a small boy.”
TIME reports Guzman’s mother no longer lives in a muddy shack, but instead in a sprawling brick compound with guards outside on quad bikes brandishing Kalashnikov assault rifles.
“I just talked to him by telephone,” Loera told TIME. “He is putting on a brave face. He has always been someone who acts as if everything is fine.”
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Dozens of other Mexican drug lords who have been extradited to the U.S. in recent years have pleaded guilty – usually, as part of deals. Guzmán however has declared himself innocent. Due to his plea, a trial is scheduled for September in a federal court in Brooklyn. Until then, he remains in the New York City prison.
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