World Star Hip Hop

HotSpotATL.com has learned that Q, the owner and CEO of WorldstarHipHop was found dead in his home. TMZ.com reports that Lee O’Denat died in his sleep on Monday from an apparent heart attack but an autopsy has not been done to confirm the cause of death. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! WordStarHipHop has been a viral video phenomenon […]

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50 Cent called into Angie Martinez' radio show on Hot 97 in NYC to speak on the WorldStarHipHop incident. He reveals that he wasn't actually responsible for taking the site down, but does admit to some tension between himself and the website.

Q from WorldStarHipHop.com called into New York City's Hot 97 and spoke with Angie Martinez about his site being shut down. Q blamed the shut down on server issues and denied that the feds were involved in the site being down. He also denied 50 Cent's claims on Twitter that 50 played a role in shutting down the site. Listen to Q here!

In 50 Cent's latest bullying attempt, the rapper/mogul claims he shut down the urban video site worldstarhiphop.com.

A video surfaced on World Star Hip Hop that showed ET of the Durtty Boyz talking about artists who try to give him money to get their music played on Hot 107.9. ET mentions Young Jeezy in the video clip, but in this exclusive interview with fellow Durtty Boy J Nicks, ET explains exactly what he was talking about.