50 Cent has disclosed that he'll be dropping his sixth studio album sometime later this year. The Power producer made the announcement during a chat with Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover on Saturday, July 15. Fif gave fans reason to anticipate that the vibe he is coming with will keep the clubs popping when he again brought Jay-Z's 4:44 up to infer that it wasn't the type of fun music fans are thirsty for in hip-hop today. “It won’t be as smart as the JAY-Z record," 50 said of the project. "I want to make music that people can have fun to, so you don’t have to stop. You get it immediately without having to sit and analyze it.” Street King Immortal will follow up on 50's 2014 effort Animal Ambition, and is speculated to be the last recording venture he takes on before he transitions to television. The G-Unit boss made mention of his plans to retire during an interview with Muscle & Fitness magazine in December, telling the publication "I don't want to write another record after that," in reference to the upcoming album.

Shia LaBeouf was arrested Saturday in Savannah, Georgia around 4 AM. He was charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct, and public drunkness.

According to police statements and what we can make out from the video, Shia walked up to a bystander and a police officer asking for a cigarette, but neither had one. However, the Savannah Police Department said that LaBeouf became rowdy and vulgar when he was told no and proceeded to run to his hotel lobby where he was arrested.

What's interesting about this particular arrest is that while being arrested Shia almost calls himself black. In the past, we've seen LaBeouf attend anti-Trump rallies and show a lot of love and appreciation to black culture. Perhaps while being arrested for a brief second Shia felt what black men go through every day or maybe he was just a little intoxicated and made a mistake.

What do you think? let us know in the comments.

Australian police shot a man and a woman dressed as comic book characters while they performed a sexual act at a nightclub early Saturday morning, news.com.au reported. The man and the woman were dressed as the Joker and Harley Quinn.

Dale Ewins, 35, was shot in the stomach by police. Authorities said they shot him because he pointed his toy gun at them and they believed it was a real weapon. However, club security said Ewins did not aim the gun at them.

Zita Sukys, 37, was shot in the leg. Both were attending the Saints & Sinners Ball, described as a party “for Australian swingers and those who are just curious.” Promotions for the party also said it has “a well-earned reputation as Australia’s, if not the world’s, raunchiest party.”

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Ewins was rushed to the Royal Melbourne Hospital with critical injuries, but he was later stabilized.  He was Tasered by police after they shot him, according to The Age Sunday. Sukys, who obtained a less serious injury, was taken to The Alfred Hospital.


About 40 armed police officers from the Critical Incident Response Team entered the club at around 3 a.m. Saturday. At the time police entered the nightclub, Ewins and Sukys were in the middle of a sexual act in front of other party attendees, a witness told The Age.

“Venue staff have stated the male victim was not holding anything in his hand but rather he was in a compromising position with his female partner, which is a normal activity with the nature of this event,” Martha Tsamis, owner of the Inflation nightclub, said on Facebook. “Participants are generally older adults who come in costume and engage with each other in adult fantasies.”

“These events have been held for approximately 20 years at Inflation without any incident.” she added.

Tsamis' post echoed part of the event description written on its website, which reads as follows:

“Saints & Sinners invites fun couples who agree to the terms and conditions of an adult event, keeping in mind many of our guests are sexually uninhibited. This includes dressing in erotic outfits and accepting what happens on the night as adult fun!”

Bar employees said to the Herald Sun that both of the people shot were innocent and emphasized that Ewins had a toy gun, not a real weapon.

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According to Superintendent Lisa Hardeman, Ewins pointed the fake firearm from his pants and aimed it at police, resulting in the shooting of Ewins and Sukys.

“When a firearm is pointed at you in these circumstances, police are not sure at that stage whether it is real or an imitation,” Hardeman said.

Authorities launched an investigation of Saturday’s events at the nightclub.

One year after losing his bid to represent the Republican party in the 2016 Presidential election, and months after Donald Trump stiffed him on a position in his Cabinet, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie began trying his hand at sports radio this week. WFAN has reportedly been considering Christie as a replacement for the retiring Mike Francesa since February, and he got his shot to show the network what he could do as a fill in alongside Evan Roberts on Monday afternoon, July 10. But it didn't go so well for the beleaguered politician, as it became clear that he will only be followed by his history of scandals while legislating over the Garden State, when one caller dialed in to tell Christie off about his latest controversy.

"Governor, next time you want to sit on a beach that is closed to the entire world except you, you put your fat a** in a car and drive to one that is open to all of your constituents, and not just you," said 'Mike' from Montclair. Mike was making reference to photos that recently got out, showing Christie and his family spread out on the sands of an empty Island Beach State Park, which his office ordered shut, along with the state's other beaches during a budget driven government shut down over the Fourth of July weekend. "Beachgate," as the episode came to be called, was only the most recent of several scandals that have tarnished Christie's reputation with his Jersey constituents.

Christie's response to the caller didn't win him the favor of many who've since given their opinion on the confrontation either. "You know Mike, I love, I love getting calls from communists in Montclair," he'd fire back, before writing 'Mike' off as a "bum," and chastising Montclair for the left-leaning politics of its voters. It was a response that isn't likely to help boost his sinking popularity. The most recent Monmouth University Poll found that Christie's approval rating in the state is at a dismal 15%, with 80% of voters polled disapproving of the job he is doing.

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