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AHH Stray News: Pam Anderson, Miss Info, Mark Wahlberg, TI/Lil Flip

Pamela Anderson has lashed out at Jennifer Lopez and Sean “P.

Diddy” Combs because of the former couple’s love for fur. Anderson,

a spokesperson for the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), called

Lopez an “idiot” who looked fat wearing a coat on the cover of her

album, Rebirth. "People who wear fur smell like a dog in the rain,”

Anderson rants in the latest issue of Jane magazine. “And they look fat

and gross."

Miss

Info is returning to Hot 97 with her own show every Saturday starting April

30th from 8am to noon. She has also taken her celebrity gossip over to Funkmaster

Flex’s show, which airs Monday-Thursday. Miss Info did not return to the air

after the morning crew was suspended for the “Tsunami Song” debacle

and said that she had irreconcilable differences with morning show host Miss

Jones.

Former rapper turned actor Mark Wahlberg recently criticized

Eminem, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck for their onscreen portrayals of their lives.

Wahlberg, who grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, was charged with assault when

he was 16-years-old. He subsequently served prison time and upon his release, M

dropped the album Music for the People, which went platinum. "My childhood

wasn’t like some 8 Mile bulls**t where you go and have a rap-off," he told

Details. "If I make a film about my upbringing it’s going to be about more

than a f**king kid doing math, like in Good Will Hunting, you know what I mean?"

Atlanta, Georgia

rapper T.I. announced that he has ended a feud with Lil’ Flip that turned

into a physical altercation last month in Flip’s Cloverland neighborhood.

MTV News reports that the two rappers had a “closed-door” meeting

and ended their long standing rivalry. In March, the two allegedly came to blows

after a confrontation took place after T.I. appeared on the radio taunting Lil’

Flip. T.I. later appeared on an Atlanta radio station with footage of the fight,

declaring himself the victor.

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