(AllHipHop News) Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is facing a lawsuit that claims a concert goer was hit in the stomach with a microphone during the filming of an episode of “Making The Band.” Kevin Faraday filed the lawsuit claiming he was in the audience at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, while an episode was filming in 2008. Faraday alleges he was hurt by a man running across the stage in-between performances. Combs, Danity Kane, Bad Boy Entertainment and numerous other defendants were named in the legal papers.
Rapper Pusha T announced that he and Malice, will drop a fourth Clipse album, tentatively available for fans in 2013. The announcement was made at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City, ending nearly a four year hiatus.
Pusha T is also planning a solo album in 2012. The album will be the first album since The Clipse’s critically acclaimed release, Til the Casket Drops. According to reports, the name of the new album will be titled As God As My Witness.
Fights broke out Monday night as at least 50 juveniles and young adults were involved in what many new sources are calling a melee at The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. Police arrested at least nine people for disorderly conduct after a fight in the food court spread throughout the mall. “There were no significant injuries reported, and the mall never shut down,” said Dan Jasper, a mall spokesman, who called the incident “disturbing.” “As a preventive measure we will ramp up security even more this week to make sure it doesn’t happen again.” At one point during the melee at least 30 police officers were on the scene to respond. Some witnesses told WCCO the fights began after rumors that rappers Lil’ Wayne and Drake were visiting the mall. The mall’s Twitter account responded to a question stating, “Drake is not here.”