Method Man is planning to sue rap group ICP (Insane Clown Posse) after being cut on the face at the Gathering of the Juggalos festival this past weekend.

‘Mel B and hubby are in trouble with the law…A man is claiming he received a beat down at the hands of Mel B’s, hubby Stephen Belafonte, and someone who worked for them — and he thinks it’s a case of mistaken paparazzo.

Hip-Hop star Kanye West is entangled in a new lawsuit that was recently filed over his hit 2007 single “Stronger,” from the hit album Graduation. Songwriter/producer Vincent “Vince P.” Peters filed the lawsuit on Friday (June 25th) in United States District Court For the Northern District of Illinois.

Linda Williams is suing her ex Damon Dash for $1 million in compensatory damages, claiming that he harassed their son, Damon 2nd, and lied to the NYPD.

Gucci Mane (Radric Davis), his booking agent Johnnie Cabbell (Hitt Afta Hitt Entertainment), and Debra Antney (So Icey Entertainment CEO and mother of Waka Flocka Flame) are facing another lawsuit over alleged concert no-shows.

Jay-Z is going to bat against Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz for naming a club in the Dominican Republic after the rapper’s 40/40 Club.

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."

R&B recording artist and songwriter Ne-Yo and his booking agent are being sued for more than $700,000 after he didn’t show up at a scheduled performance in Trinidad last year, according to documents filed in Fulton County Superior Court.


Attorney Leron Rogers of the Hewitt & Rogers law firm has filed a lawsuit against Larry Platt, whose song “Pants on the Ground” made him an overnight celebrity after he performed it as an “American Idol” audition.

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.

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."

According to StyleList, Beyonce's Dereon fashion line is being sued for half a million dollars. The pop super star is being sued by Hong Kong manufacturer Vier International Ltd. for breach of contract.