Compton rap superstar Game is diversifying his portfolio with his recent investment in a marijuana dispensary. Game put up some cash to become a co-owner of The Reserve, which is one of 10 licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in Santa Ana, reports the O.C. County Register. Game is already hard at work innovating a line of marijuana flowers and concentrates that will debut exclusively at The Reserve, before rolling out to the other shops where weed is legalized. “At the foundation of every emerging industry is good people willing to stand up, step out and pave the way for future generations to come,” he said. “The Reserve is my platform for nationwide education and statewide access to consistent, locally grown, premium medicine.”
Mary J. Blige has joined the cast of hit TV drama “How To Get Away With Murder” as a guest star. The “No More Drama” hitmaker’s role is being kept under wraps, but she will join Viola Davis in season three of the show. Davis previously opened up about the new season and while she didn’t divulge many details she told Deadline.com there will be a “new mystery,” adding, “It’s going to be presented very quickly in the first episode.” This isn’t Blige’s first foray into TV – she previously appeared in “Empire,” “Black-ish,” and “The Wiz Live!.” She also starred in the movies “Rock of Ages” and “Black Nativity,” while her latest film “Mudbound” is set for release next year. The casting news comes a month after Blige filed court documents seeking to end her 12-year marriage to husband and business manager Kendu Isaacs in July.
One of Chris Brown’s neighbors wasn’t too surprised the singer has ended up in a major jam, after being accused of pointing a gun at a woman during some sort of incident at his mansion in Tarzana, California. One man claimed the area was a quiet place until Chris moved into the area. “I think he’s a piece of s**t,” Chris Brown’s neighbor Rudy Akbarian told RadarOnline. “He’s rude, first of all. I’ll come walking out with my friends at 12 o’clock. I get home at 12 o’clock from work. He’ll be out here with his stupid little friends and their stupid little cars, revving their engines,” Akbarian said. “Like dude, people are trying to sleep! This is a residential area! You wanna rev your cars? Go to a frickin’ racetrack like normal people do.” Chris has been released from jail on a $250,000 bail.