Timbaland Headed To Malaysia For Hip-Hop Performance, Subject of "Possible Suicide Attempt" Manhunt

(AllHipHop News) Super producer Timbaland is headlong to Malaysia this September, where he will headline the Arthur's Day" celebrations with Guinness in Kuala Lumpur. The two-day concert is part of brewer Guinness' Arthur's Day worldwide celebrations. Timbaland will be joined by Thai-American Hip-Hop group Thaitanium, while rockers like Mizz Nina and Pop Shuvit will also hit the stage. Billboard reports that acts like Papa Roach and Gaellic Storm will perform in the Mid-Western region of the United States, while a variety of acts will cover the Caribbean islands with performances. In the U.K., Manic Street Preachers and David Gray will perform, while R&B singer Kelis will perform in Ireland with Snow Patrol and Brandon Flowers. This is the second year Guinness has rounded up top Hip-Hop talent to celebrate Arthur's Day, which pays homage to Arthur Guinness, the Irish founder of the company. In related news, Timbaland was the subject of a manhunt yesterday after his family believed he was going to hurt himself over the theft of Jacob & Co. watch valued at $2 million.According to TMZ, Timbaland left his Malibu home yesterday and began driving in his Escalade after suspecting that the theft was by someone close to him. Sources say the L.A. County Sheriff's Department put out a "possible suicide attempt" just before 5 PM PT yesterday.A helicopter and squad cars went on the hunt for the rapper/producer's Escalade, ground crews pulled it over and spoke with the artist after taking him to his residence.