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Faith Evans on Her DUI Charges: ‘I’m not sure what the outcome is gonna be. But it can’t be anything too serious’

CAPTION: "It is what it is," Faith (above) tells us of her wine-fueled bust. "And I'm sure it'll work out."

"It is what it is," Faith (above) tells us of her wine-fueled bust. "And I'm sure it'll work out."

Faith Evans isn’t sweating her drunk-driving rap—despite the fact that, if convicted, she could land in the slammer for six months.

Interviewed on Mutha Knows, Notorious B.I.G.‘s widow, who snagged a Grammy in 1998 for the single I’ll Be Missing You, speaks out about the misdemeanor DUI charges stemming from her Aug. 21 arrest near the Marina Del Rey section of Los Angeles.

“It wasn’t really a big situation. Actually, I live near Venice Beach, and anybody that lives out here knows there’s these checkpoints every single week in there, so I pass Continue reading

Rodney Perry: Before Hiring Me, Mo’Nique Took My Wife on a Shopping Spree

Some bosses know how to woo talent. And from what Rodney Perry tells us, Mo’Nique is the poster girl for that skill.

Interviewed on The Mutha Knows Show, Rodney—who hosted his own BlogTalkRadio show before being hired by BET last year as co-host of The Mo’Nique Show—recounts how he came to work side-by-side with the funny lady who’d go on to win an Oscar.

CAPTION: "What I'm learning from Mo'Nique is not only how to be the main person on a TV show," Rodney (above with his boss lady) tells us. "But how to be the executive producer." tells us.

"What I'm learning from Mo'Nique is not only how to be the main person on a TV show," Rodney (above with his boss lady) tells us. "But how to be the executive producer."

“Her assistant was a fan of mine, so her assistant was telling her you got to see this guy—this Rodney Perry is funny, blah, blah—and she came out to see me at The Comedy Store in L.A.,” Rodney tells host Mutha.

“And she sought me out probably two days later. She found my number, called me out of the blue. I get a call from Mo’Nique.

“Now imagine what that’s like. I’ve never talked Continue reading

Luther Campbell: The Nasty Truth Behind that VH1 Hip Hop Honor

Don’t ask Luther Campbell how it feels to be honored by VH1 as a hip-hop artist. But if you do, be prepared to hit the BLEEP button—and hold it down.

Interviewed on The Mutha Knows Show, the 2 Live Crew frontman— who founded his own label in 1990, Luke Records—goes off big-time on the cable net for initially including him in its 2010 Hip Hop Honors show only as a Crew member.

CAPTION: "That's basically what I told'em," Luther (above) tells us of his blowup at VH1. "Then everything got straightened out."

That's basically what I told'em," Luther (above) tells us of his blowup at VH1. "Then everything got straightened out."

“At first they told me I would be honored as a record executive, which is what I appreciate being honored as,” Luther—who was feted alongside the likes of Jermaine Dupris, Timbaland, Master P and J Prince—tells host Mutha.

“Then when I got to the interview and I think there was some mis- communication, misunderstanding.

“But I got to the interview and they only interviewed me with 2 Live Crew and I said, ‘Hold the f— on. I ain’t gonna be inducted as no goddamn member of no group.

“‘When a n—– like me discovered Trick Daddy, Pitbull, Ace Town, 2 Live Crew, all that s—, when you create all that s— and you have gold and platinum DVDs, freak shows and peep shows and you Continue reading