Firebombs Found Near Grand Huslte Recording Studio

Originally reported by WSB Tv in Atlanta,police responded Thursday morning to reports of two firebombs at a location in northwest Atlanta.

Molotov cocktails were found in the 1700 block of Defoors Avenue, according to an Atlanta police spokesman.

The firebombs were found outside a small home that houses the White House recording studio. The home is next door to a building that houses rapper T.I.'s recording studio, Grand Hustle.

Molotov cocktails are bottles filled with flammable liquid with cloth stuffed into bottle used as a wick. Neither of the firebombs found Thursday were lit.

Atlanta Fire Dept along with the ATF, FBI and the Atlanta SWAT team responded to the scene and conducted the investigation on the suspicious items.

No one was injured in the incident. The ATF has taken over the investigation.

Former supermodel Janice Dickinson was out shopping in LA when she came across a female military soldier.

Janice shows her Veterans Day spirit and admiration for Ms. Watkins by hugging it out for the paparazzi on trendy Robertson Boulevard.

In old ANTM fashion, Janice can still make 'em cry! In a good way, Janice made the overwhelmed fan cry to hear that Janice was also a fan of hers.

Watch the encounter:

50 Cent Dishes on Why Kelly

In an article introducing his upcoming album “Before I Self Destruct” due out on November 16, 50 Cent explains why he chose Kelly Rowland as his main lady in the video for “Baby By Me”.

50 says, “because she's beautiful...and has a really strong international presence…”
"I ran into Kelly at the Latin VMAs, which I attended to perform with Wisin and Yandel, and I asked her if she would consider doing it," 50 explains.

"You can't forget all the work she did with Destiny's Child. The difference between Kelly and Beyonce is the extreme focus they put on Beyonce to make sure she was completely right. Kelly wasn't held in the same regard, so, in order for her to mean anything to America, they'd have to match the marketing dollars spent on Beyonce. She never received the superstar treatment."

UNWRAPPED™ Volume 6: Give The Drummer Some

Like a hot knife through butter, UNWRAPPED ™ Volume 6 : Give The Drummer Some offers smooth sounds to what would ordinarily have a nightclub coming lose at the hinges. Hidden Beach Recordings premiered the recordings at chic and swanky Café Circa, a laid back jazz café located just south of downtown Atlanta. Ladies, there was also a Tony Rich sighting.
Covering songs like Lil Waynes Lollipop and Jamie Fox’s “Blame It”, these songs would ordinarily have the dance floor vibrating. UNWRAPPED has ten major hits that have all been smoothed out with a jazz flavor that can keep a sophisticated party going. With the production by 24 year-old drummer extraordinaire Tony Royster Jr. , who now currently tours with Jay-Z and has played with artists such as Diddy, T.I., Jay Holiday and more UNWRAPPED is a must have in the cd changer.
After debuting on YouTube, UNWRAPPED Volume 6 garnered tens of millions of sales and over 280 million views. Using highly poplular songs and appealing to a diverse listening ear UNWRAPPED comes back with another hit.
For track listings and to purchase your copy of UNWRAPPED ™ Volume 6: Give The Drummer Some, go to Hidden Beach for more information.