Last night, T.I. and his megawatt smile hosted a listening session for his upcoming aptly titled album Trouble Man at New York City’s Engine Room Studios. My beloved trap version of Petunia the Pig was no present but as a consolation prize you can feast your eyes on all of the beauty she has to offer by staring at my Twitter background. Mad sexy, bruh!
If you ever find yourself standing next to Clifford The Small Red Dog and diminishing in his presence the time has officially arrived to start drinking Ensure with a splash of Hennessy. Rocking his most arguably hottest outfit this year, Wyclef also attended the session.
Clef is currently making headlines of his own after a juicy excerpt from his memoir “Purpose: An Immigrant’s Story” leaked, revealing that Lauryn Hill‘s first pregnancy contributed heavily to the abrupt breakup of the Fugees.
“It was important just to be honest,” Wyclef told MTV News. “I don’t think that I should’ve left it as a myth.”
Via MTV News:
“I was married and Lauryn and I were having an affair, but she led me to believe that the baby was mine, and I couldn’t forgive that,” an excerpt from the book reads. “She could no longer be my muse. Our love spell was broken.” Although fans have known for years that Hill and Jean were romantically involved during their time together as the Fugees, “Purpose” fills in the details that were previously unknown.
Wyclef said it was crucial for him to tell the whole story. “Autobiography means that I’m gonna give it to you, and I’m gonna spit to you the year and the era of what it was,” he explained. “Throughout the years, there’s always been different things that’s been said, and I just went into deep detail for y’all.”
The Haitian-born musician weaves a vivid tale for his readers, revealing that Hill began dating the father of her children, Rohan Marley, during the period when she was still romantically involved with ‘Clef. In the book, Wyclef admits that he was jealous of Hill’s new relationship, despite having his own marriage, but when she became pregnant, he was led to believe that he was the father of her son. Eventually, the truth surfaced, however, and when it became clear that Marley was the father of Hill’s first son, Zion, things were never quite the same. | continue reading