Jay-Z doesn’t dwell too much on Lil’ Wayne, although Wayne’s song has some pretty insulting lyrics directed at Jay.
In Wayne’s Song “It’s Good,” Wayne says,”Talkin’ bout Baby money? I got your baby money/ Kidnap your bitch, get that how-much-you-love-your-lady money,” Wayne spits on the song. To many, it was a direct response to Jay’s supposed jab at Young Money’s head honcho and his adoptive “father,” Bryan “Baby” Williams, on “H.A.M.”
Jay told MTV News that back and forth insults are part of the rap game.
“That’s sport, that’s rap music,” Jay said. “Nothing is going to change but the participants. I don’t even see why that’s news.”
Bieber’s ex-girlfriend Jasmine Villegas is having that exact problem. Although she is no longer dating JB, she still has death threats. Including a 33 year old dude named Steven Cintron.
A judge has issued a restraining order against Cintron which requires him to stay at least 100 yards from Jasmine and her family until a hearing this month.
According to TMZ, Cintron was posting videos on YouTube threatening to kill her. She claims, “In a couple of the videos, he has appeared holding deadly weapons, i.e. a gun, machete knives stating that he was going to find me, rape me, and kill me.”
She also claims Cintron sent her a Tweet saying, ”You’re dead Jasmine. I swear to God I’m going to kill you. I will blow your f**king head off, b**ch.”
What kind of 33 year old psycho has time to stalk a 17 year old singer. And why does he want to kill her so bad?
TMZ is reporting that it has obtained the specific email threats made against ESPN’s Erin Andrews.
The threats were made by a Newport News, Virginia man who sent these messages to Dan Patrick of “The Dan Patrick Show” since last September. Interestingly the man made no attempt to hide his identity.
March 29, 2010 — “Dear Dan: I hope Erin Andrews gets murdered in L.A.”
Lindsay Lohan responded to her father’s threats to more or less kidnap her by reportedly requesting a restraining order against him.
It all started when Lindsay Lohan made headlines for being reprimanded by the courts for not completing her alcohol awareness courses. Michael Lohan decided he was going to try to get his daughter in line.
“I’m going to see the judge this week – I can’t believe they didn’t drug test Lindsay when she went into court. If I can’t get a conservatorship, then I’m going to take her to an undisclosed location and get her straight. But I know I’m gonna get charged w/ kidnapping. Lindsay doesn’t even know; she thinks she’s herself but with all these prescription drugs and other stuff,” Michael Lohan said according to Perez Hilton.
Now Lindsay Lohan is saying she is scared of her father and wants to request a restraining order, according to People.com.
While Nick Hogan, son of Hulk, is serving jail time for seriously injuring a man in a car accident, his family is receiving threats from the victim’s family.
Perez Hilton reports that police are investigating the Graziano family, and have listened to the voicemails.
Police would not release the names of the Graziano family members that had left the messages, nor which member of the Hogan family the threats were targeting.
The Hogan’s attorney, Morris Weinberg, stated that the family is taking the threats very seriously.
Meanwhile, Nick Hogan has been releasing statements about how upsetting it is for him to be in jail, and both Hogan parents have taken on much younger lovers. There seems to be no end to their drama.
Heather Mills has been warned by British police to travel with extra caution.
The former Beatles wife has received numerous death threats since her split from Sir Paul McCartney in May.
Mills’ spokesperson said, “She is frightened, but she’s more worried about Beatrice than anything else. She has been told who these characters are and the worrying thing is that they have a violent past.”
Heather installed an alarm system that allows her to get an instantaneous response from police if she feels she’s in danger.
British authorities have also provided Mills with safety tips and have alerted McCartney about the threats.
A spokesperson for Sussex police said, “Local officers have been briefed regarding the circumstances and provision has been made for an immediate police response should this be necessary.”