Keyshia Cole was ripped apart by a judge in New Jersey yesterday. Cole was being sued by an event promoter who claims she blew off an appearance in 2006 after he paid her $15,000 up front. The judge not only ruled against Cole, but she blasted the singer, saying Cole's testimony was "confused and at times nonsensical."

The owner of an Atlanta recording studio is suing comedian Katt Williams for $1 million, saying the comic threatened him with his dog in order to avoid paying a debt.

TMZ is reporting that Rihanna's trainer Cindy Percival filed a lawsuit in LA County Superior Court against the singer last week, claiming she is owed over $26,000 in unpaid wages for helping the singer keep her body in shape.

While Christopher Wallace, aka Biggie Smalls, aka Notorious B.I.G., left this earth over a decade ago, the problems he rapped about that came along with money continue to haunt his estate.

Lil Wayne may end up in front of a judge again, but this time to defend himself against a copyright infringement lawsuit. The Royalty Network has filed a $2.5 million dollar lawsuit against Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records over the song "Mrs. Officer."

<strong>Lil Kim</strong> has released a <strong>statement</strong> addressing claims that she pocketed <strong>$20,000</strong> and then refused to fulfill six concert obligations in <strong>London</strong> for <strong>Abstrakt Visions Entertainment</strong>. <!--more-->