Sean Kingston has been served with a civil summons and complaint in connection with a lawsuit to be filed alleging he was involved in the gang attack of a woman, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively. Kingston, a friend and touring mate of Justin Bieber, was served Friday night with the legal docs, linked to an incident that allegedly occurred after a concert in 2010 in which Kingston opened for the Baby singer. The California private investigator who served the 22-year-old singer (and one of his bodyguards) as they arrived in Los Angeles on a flight from Miami, told RadarOnline.com he was at the airport on official business, and had no other comment.
Ever the eccentric, Nicki Minaj is serving up theatrics aplenty on her first visit to Tokyo.
It was apt then that the Young Money maven was decked out in a popcorn dress as she hit the streets of the Japanese city, enroute to a TV promo for her ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’ LP (due April 3rd).
Game was up early for his appearance on L.A.’s “KTLA Morning News” to promote his episode of “Behind the Music,” which airs tonight at 9 p.m. on VH1. The Compton MC weighed in on the East Coast vs. West Coast feuds of the past and revisited his beef with 50 Cent.
“I like to look at Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace as more like apostles to hip-hop,” said Game. “After their untimely demises, hip-hop kinda expanded and now it’s huge today.”
He recalled his own highly-publicized battle with 50. “It lasted a year or two and it took up a lot of my time and frustrated me and a lot of people, so I kinda phased that out as I started working on my third album.”
When asked why his beef didn’t end in tragedy like 2Pac and Biggie, he replied, “I think that I was a little bit more wise. I’m from Los Angeles and I just didn’t fall astray to that trap.”
Game is currently working on his fifth album F.I.V.E.: Fear Is Victory’s Evolution. “It’s the last album on my contract for Interscope, so they have an option to re-up or I have theoption to go off and get $10, 20 million from whoever.”