(Video) Joey Badass Reportedly Sued $1.5 Million For Shoving Donald Trump Impersonator Off Stage

Back in the fall, Joey pushed a Donald Trump impersonator off stage and is now reportedly being hit with a $1.5 million lawsuit.

NBA: First The Nets, Now Jay Z Selling His Stake In Barclays! Check Out How Much He’ll Get!

Hov is still making sports moves — and is set to get paid!  Jay Z has already sold his share in the Brooklyn Nets to Jason Kidd and now it’s time to unload his stake in the Barclays Center.  So how much will he get?!  Find out after the jump… *THERE IS AN UPDATE TO THIS STORY HERE*

George Clinton Forced To Hand Over Classic Records To Pay $1 Million Debt

Bad news for George Clinton, he’s now being forced to hand over the rights to four of his classic, funk songs in order to pay his $1 million debt that he owes a law firm. Hendricks & Lewis were only able to receive $340,000 of the $1.5 million lawsuit against Clinton since 2010. A federal judge made the decision to give the lawyers the rights to four of his most popular songs in order to pay off what is owed and in a more timely fashion. Find out which songs below. Julie A.

(Photos) Check Out The One Million Dollar 24 Carat Gold Rolls Royce

The Daily Mail is reporting that an Italian fashion design house decided to remake the Rolls Royce Ghost model by covering it in 24-carat gold!! The value of a normal Ghost is $220,000 but the special “Diva” edition costs $1.5 Million! Check out pics of the “Diva” edition after the jump. Julie1205

Tech Talk News: Nick Bilton Turns Down $1.5 Million From CBS/CNET, Stays At NY Times

Nick Bilton, the NY Times lead technology writer, may be one of the most heavily recruited tech writers around. He was our number one most desired hire while I was at TechCrunch. And apparently at CNET, too. He turned down an offer from CNET and parent company CBS that would have given him over $1.5 million in total compensation, says a source. @YungJohnnybravo @TatWZA

MLB: Ex-Giants’ Employee Arrested For Stealing $1.5 Million From Players & Others

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl A former payroll manager for the San Francisco Giants has been arrested on federal charges associated with embezzling more than $1.5 million from the baseball club’s employees, including players, and using the money for fancy cars and a new home.

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