[photogallerylink id=104755 align=right][lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bruno Mars[/lastfm] has kept his nose clean enough that a judge in Las Vegas expunged his 2010 cocaine possession charge from his record yesterday. The “It Will Rain” singer met face to face with the judge and after meeting the terms of his plea deal, he once again has a clean record.
The 26-year-old Grammy winner, who is also nominated for 6 more trophies this year, had to complete 230 hours of community, service, 8 hours of drug counseling, pay $2,000 in fines as well as stay out of trouble during is probationary period.
These charges stem from Bruno’s arrest in Vegas back in September 2010 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. He plead guilty to having 2.6 grams of cocaine.
After the court decision TMZ caught up with Bruno’s lawyers.
“Bruno earned the dismissal of his charge,” his lawyer Blair Berk told TMZ. “He exceeded the expectations of the court in both his service to the community and his counseling.”
On to the next one, Bruno! We’ll see you at the Grammys!
“It Will Rain” by Bruno Mars
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Young Khalifa is always on some sort of grind. By the end of 2011, he was focusing most of his attention on promoting his joint soundtrack and movie with [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Snoop Dogg[/lastfm], “Mac And Devin Go To High School.” But now that their tour has tapered off, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Wiz Khalifa[/lastfm] is reportedly back in the studio working on his sophomore major label album.
[photogallerylink id=80130 align=right]The album, O.N.I.F.C, is due later this year and while Wiz has said that his first album Rolling Papers was about the before, his new album is going to focus more on the now. “My Last Album Was A Mixture Of Everything That Inspired Me At That Time Musically. My New Sh*t Is For RIch Muh F*ckas,” Wiz wrote.
Going in a new direction this time around, Wiz still insists that his underlying message is positive, “People Who Are Rich Wit Love For One Another And Peace U Feel Me? The Real Mu Fuckas Who Made Me Rich #ONIFC.,” Wiz tweeted.
And he’s brought in some real talents for this next project as well including [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”] Maroon 5[/lastfm] front man [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Adam Levine[/lastfm]. Levine was recently in studio with Khalifa and added his two cents to Wiz’s tweet session, “Serious sh*t happening in the studio.”
Wiz has also been linked to [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Chris Brown[/lastfm] for the upcoming album. We’ll keep an eye out!
“On My Level” by Wiz Khalifa
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[photogallerylink id=82880 align=right]Just about every celebrity performer or speaker has a small (or long) list of demands when you invite them to entertain you and your guests. For some, their lists have become infamous for being too specific or ridiculous ([lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Mariah Carey[/lastfm]), but [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Lil Wayne [/lastfm]falls somewhere between reasonable and ridiculous and so we bring you, Lil Tunechi’s tour rider.
If you want to bring Weezy to your city, all you need is a private jet, a police escprt from the airport directly to a 5-star hotel suite, particularly, the Presidential suite. He is after all the President of Young Money. But more than the name he wants the space and specifies “1,000 sqare feet or better.”
According to the documents that were leaked online, the Young Money captain isn’t as needy when it comes to his dressing room. He only asks for some Gatorade, Red Bull, an assortment of candy, potato chips and (likely before his probation) vodka.
Is that really asking too much?
“Drop The World” by Lil Wayne ft. Eminem
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