bishop don magic juan , Afroman - Bishop Don Magic Juan celebrates his birthday at the Annual Player's Ball held at Maverick's Flat in Los Angeles at maverick's flat - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 8th December 2015
daz dillinger, dave o'philly, Tyrin Turner, lil caine the artist, Snoop Lion, Snoop Dogg, bishop don magic juan , Afroman - Celebrity guests attend Snoop Dogg's premiere of his short film 'G7' at Cinefamily's Silent Movie Theater - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 1st December 2015
A tribute to some of our favourite blink-and-you'll-miss-them superstars of the '00s.
Noughties one-hit wonder Sandi Thom recently got her name into the headlines for the first time in nearly a decade last week.
Sadly, it was not for reasons she would have wanted, as her tearful, expletive-strewn rant on Facebook went viral as she attacked radio playlisters for rejecting her new single ‘Earthquake’. Thom, now 35, had a chart-topping single back in 2006 with ‘I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker (With Flowers In My Hair)’, but has struggled to have anywhere near the same success since.
Sandi Thom, one of the best examples of a 'one-hit wonder' during the 2000s
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Grammy-nominated Rapper Afroman Has Escaped Jail After Pleading Guilty To Assaulting A Female Fan At A Gig.
The Because I Got High hitmaker was arrested for allegedly punching the woman as she climbed onstage and approached him while he was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi in February (15).
Afroman, real name Joseph Edgar Foreman, publicly apologised for his behaviour, cancelled the remainder of his U.S. tour dates, and signed up for anger management courses.
He also wrote a lengthy Facebook.com message to Haley Byrd, who suffered a concussion in the attack.
Continue reading: Afroman Escapes Jail In Assault Case
Rapper Afroman has retired from performing live after he clashed with a female fan onstage last week (ends22Feb15).
The Because I Got High hitmaker was arrested for allegedly punching the woman as she climbed onstage and approached him while he was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Afroman, real name Joseph Edgar Foreman, publicly apologised for his behaviour, cancelled the reminder of his U.S. tour dates, and has signed up for anger management courses, which begin on Friday (27Feb15).
Continue reading: Afroman Retires From Touring Following Stage Clash
Rapper Afroman is reportedly facing a court battle with a female fan over the onstage clash that led to his arrest this week (ends20Feb15).
The Because I Got High hitmaker, real name Joseph Foreman, was held by police after allegedly punching a woman during a concert in Biloxi, Mississippi on Tuesday night (17Feb15).
Editors at Tmz.com report the woman, a 21-year-old named only as Haley, is now planning to take the star to court, alleging she suffered various injuries in the clash.
Continue reading: Afroman Woman Taking Star To Court - Report
Rapper Afroman has been forced to cancel upcoming dates on his U.S. tour in the wake of his stage clash with a female fan on Tuesday (17Feb15).
The Because I Got High hitmaker was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi, when a woman walked onto the stage, and when she approached him, the rapper suddenly turned to her and punched her in the face.
Afroman was subsequently arrested and later released from jail, and he has since issued an apology for his actions, and is planning to undergo anger management classes.
Continue reading: Afroman Gigs Cancelled Over Stage Clash
Afroman says he is full of regret about his devastating punch.
The rapper Afroman, best known for his hit Because I Got High, was arrested on Tuesday night after punching a female fan on stage during a concert in Biloxi. A video shows the rapper taking an agressive swing at the woman, who then falls onto the floor.
Afroman punched a woman [Getty/Frank Micelotta]
The 40-year-old rapper, real name Joseph Foreman, was arrested by Biloxi police and the show was cancelled. He posted a $330 bond.
Continue reading: Afroman Just Punched A Woman On Stage. Thought It Was A Guy.
Rapper Afroman is enrolling in anger management classes in a bid to keep his temper under control after he was arrested for allegedly punching a female fan onstage on Tuesday (17Feb15).
The Because I Got High hitmaker was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi when a woman climbed onstage and got a little too close for comfort.
In video footage of the incident, the hip-hop star appears to lash out at the stage invader, who is knocked to the ground.
Continue reading: Afroman Apologises For Stage Clash, Enrolling In Anger Management
Rapper Afroman was taken into police custody after he allegedly punched a female fan during a concert on Tuesday night (17Feb15).
The Because I Got High hitmaker was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi when a woman walked onto the stage and approached him, according to Tmz.com.
In video footage of the incident, the hip-hop star is seen playing guitar when he suddenly turns and lashes out at the stage invader, who falls to the ground. Security guards then help move her away.
Continue reading: Rapper Afroman Arrested At Gig
Hip-hop star Afroman is facing legal action for allegedly failing to show up at a gig in Columbus, Ohio earlier this month (Apr11).
The rapper, best known for his comedic hit Because I Got High, was reportedly due to perform at the city's Patio venue on 9 April (11), but a lawsuit filed by promoters alleges he never made it to the concert.
The suit was filed on Wednesday (20Apr11) - America's unofficial National Pot Smoking Day - and the legal papers state that concert promoter Nathan Pettry paid Afroman a $1,000 (£625) deposit to secure the rapper for a performance at the Patio.
Pettry and Wallace Entertainment, Llc, the owners of the Patio, are seeking compensation for the deposit paid to Afroman, as well as promotional expenses, lost profits and the cost of ticket refunds, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Continue reading: Afroman Sued Over 'Missed Concert'
Marijuana-loving rapper Afroman has turned over a new leaf - he's ditched the drug and given his life to God instead.
The rapper, real name JOSEPH FOREMAN, shot to fame in the summer of 2001 with his hit song BECAUSE I GOT HIGH - his debut album, THE GOOD TIMES was certified gold last year (02).
But Foreman has now turned his back on drugs - and wants to reach young children through Christian rap.
Continue reading: Afroman Gets High On God