It Wasn’t Suicide, But Thanks

Former Creed front man, Scott Stapp, is thanking rapper T.I for being in the right place at the right time, while also claiming he didn’t get the facts straight on the incident. The rapper previously claimed that he found Scott bleeding out on a balcony at the Delano Hotel after what appeared to a suicide attempt. The former singer told TMZ that it was not a suicide attempt and didn’t speak anymore on the incident. The 45-year-old added that although the story was not 100% accurate, he still believes the Atlanta based rapper was a “guardian angel of sorts.”

Love & Hate for Kanye

Kanye West faced some fallout from a few of his fellow artists after his meeting with President Trump. Rapper T.I. expressed his disappointment via social media, posting, “This is the most repulsive, disgraceful, embarrassing act of desperation & auctioning off of one’s soul to gain power I’ve ever seen.”
MEANWHILE—TMZ caught up with rapper Mally Mall outside of the Staples Center, where Drake performed on Saturday. Mally told them that Kanye West is “nothing less than a genius” and is “doing great work, trying to help the United States.”