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Shyne Po: OUT OF JAIL!!!!! [Mark Curry Spills the Beans on Diddy, Biggie, The Murder & More!]

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Moses Michael Leviy (born as Jamal Barrow), who is better known as Shyne, is set to be released from prison today.

This Belizean–American rapper was sentenced to 10 years following a nightclub shooting involving music mogul Diddy and Jennifer Lopez. Diddy narrowly missed going to prison on the same gun charges and Shyne ended up taking the fall.

It can be said that this incident took the shine off Diddy’s sterling reputation. Then girlfriend Jennifer Lopez unceremoniously dumped Sean after he was acquitted.

It's been sooooo long, I can't believe he is finally going to be released!

Now that Shyne is coming out, will he return to the mic?

Check out these previous reports:

Diddy Speaks On Shyne Getting Out Of Jail!



After years of speculation regarding Biggie Smalls
and Diddy’s relationship, Former Bad Boy rapper and Ghostwriter Mark Curry is spilling the beans on both Diddy’s business habits as well as his alleged “estranged” relationship with Biggie.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Mark Curry, he is an Atlanta-based performer who was signed to Bad Boy from 1997 until 2005. He was previously Diddy’s Ghostwriter, writing most of Diddy’s first hit singles including “Come With Me.” Well now, Mr. Curry isn’t so pleased with Diddy and has made several claims against Diddy.

Curry claims that Biggie was not best friends with Diddy and was actually trying his best to depart from Bad Boy and create his own label/record company before being murdered back in 1997. In Curry’s interview he also discusses his book “Dancing With The Devil” which is a tell all book about Diddy and his heinous business practices. Gyant Unplugged reports:

"Biggie was already on his way out the door," Curry said in an interview. "And I just remember the stories of when Biggie would want money from Puff -- and they would be doing a show and Biggie wouldn't show up to the show until ten minutes before the show and Puff would be like 'Where is he at, where is he at?' and that's where he would be his leverage. Like, Biggie knew that Puff needed him... If you break it down and look at the situation for what it truly is, Biggie Smalls made Bad Boy. Bad Boy is Biggie Smalls... A person like Mase that come to Puff and wants a record deal, automatically is willing to do anything he's gotta do to have that deal because he automatically -- he asked him for a record deal. So you gotta look at it like, you willing to sell your soul for this sh*t right here."

Curry makes other claims, one being that the artists on Bad Boy were not financially stable. Almost implying that Diddy is stealing money right? According to Daily Motion:

"I think the only person, man, that came away and walked off with a little bit of money is Mase and that's praise God for the church, because you know on Sundays, when they be taking that offer, that's good money," Curry said in an interview last winter. "So we can't say he's not doing nothing. As far as any other artists, if you can tell me another Bad Boy artist that's doing good, I'll listen to you, other than that, I can't waste my time trying to think 'cause I don't think there's one that exists."

Curry doesn’t stop there. Check out this excerpt from his book.

"Even worse, Puff charged the artists for his appearances on their records and in the videos, usually without their realizing it until they received their royalty statements," the first chapter reads. "That's when they discovered that a large sum of their money had gone to fees which were doubled, tripled and even quadrupled because of Puff "special guest appearance. He charged artists, for example, for having his Bentley in their videos -- which he insisted upon -- then took a tax credit for business use of the car."

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