Surprise! Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill Are Not Engaged

Contrary to popular belief, wearing a huge diamond ring on your left hand doesn’t always mean you’re engaged.

In a new interview, Meek Mill denies that he and girlfriend Nicki Minaj are preparing to wed.

Lady Gaga's Artpop Offers a Mixed Bag of Hits and Misses

“Do you wanna see me naked, lover? / Do you wanna peek underneath the cover? / Do you wanna see the girl who lives behind the aura?” teases Lady Gaga in the beginning moments of Artpop, as if she might strip it all the way down to the real Stefani Germanotta.

But “Aura,” the zigzagging opener, is as larger-than-life as the singer’s persona, and the rest of her third proper studio album only goes further to show that she has crafted a pop image – as a walking, breathing piece of art – that goes far beyond the music.

T.I. Released from Prison

“Welcome to the beginning of our Happy Ending,” T.I. (real name Clifford Harris) Tweeted Wednesday, shortly after his release from federal prison in Arkansas.

“The storm is over & da sun back out. IT’S OUR TIME TO SHINE SHAWTY!” completed his message to nearly a million followers. He served 10 months for violating his gun conviction parole when he and wife Tameka Cottle were arrested on drug possession charges in September.

Inside Story: T.I. Knew in His Heart He Needed to Save Suicidal Atlanta Man

What started off as any other day for T.I. ended with an emotional rescue as the rapper helped coax a suicidal Atlanta man off a ledge Wednesday.

After hearing about the man, who was contemplating jumping off the V103 radio station building, the rapper decided he needed to stop listening and do something.

PHOTO: See Mugshots of Rapper T.I. and His Wife

Rapper T.I. and new bride Tameka Tiny Cottle don t look like happy newlyweds in their most recent photos.

The couple’s mugshots were released Friday by the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department stemming from their Wednesday night arrest on drug possession charges in West Hollywood.

Rapper T.I., Wife Arrested on Drug Charge

Rapper T.I. and his wife were released on $10,000 bail early Thursday morning after their arrests on drug possession charges in West Hollywood.

T.I., who is still on probation after serving prison time in a federal weapons case, was arrested late Wednesday night during a traffic stop on Sunset Boulevard when deputies smelled marijuana coming from his vehicle, says sheriff’s spokeswoman Nicole Nishida.

T.I. and New Bride Celebrate Second Miami Wedding

When one wedding just won’t do, follow rapper T.I.’s lead. He wed his longtime partner Tameka “Tiny” Cottle in Miami Friday, only to have another ceremony Saturday.

With the legalities out of the way, T.I. (real name Clifford Harris), who wore a custom-made Prada tuxedo, and his bride exchanged vows in front of celebrity friends Chilli and Kandi from Real Housewives of Atlanta at Miami’s Star Island on Saturday.

The newlyweds plan to fly Vegas and wrap up their wedding weekend with a third bash in Las Vegas on Sunday.

T.I. Is Released from Prison

Someone got an early holiday gift.

T.I. was released from prison Tuesday and will serve out the remainder of his sentence on gun charges at a halfway house, the Associated Press reports.

The rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris, left federal prison in Arkansas and will move into the Dismas Charities halfway house in Atlanta, where he will stay for up to three months.

Rapper T.I. Sentenced to a Year in Prison

Friday was the day of reckoning for rapper T.I. as an Atlanta judge sentenced him to one year and a day for federal weapons charges.

“Today I would like to say thank you to some, and apologize to all,” the rapper told U.S. District Judge Charles Pannell Jr. at sentencing, according to the Associated Press.

T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, pleaded guilty last March after he was arrested in 2007 attempting to buy unregistered machine guns and silencers.

T.I. Tells Fans to Turn Off the PlayStation and Get Political

According to T.I., the presidential race is a subject fit for a king.

Or at least King magazine’s politically-themed November issue, for which he served as guest editor.

“When I’m speaking to young people and they say, ‘Who you voting for?’ I say, ‘Well, what you think’s wrong with the country?,” says the rapper, 28, in a roundtable discussion. “What problems do you need to be fixed? OK, then cut your PlayStation off and turn to CNN and listen to these people.”

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