Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul Gives Justin Bieber Sizzurp Tips

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Three 6 Mafia rapper DJ Paul — famous for his song “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” — has some words of advice for Justin Bieber … stay away from sizzurp, or you could die. Paul was out in Vegas this week when we asked him about the photos circulating of Justin Bieber — showing the singer surrounded by double cups and codeine — and the rapper tells us, Bieber’s playing with fire. Paul says, “I can’t say don’t do [sizzurp] because I did my rounds with it. But I stay away from it these days because I had a lot of friends that passed away from it. It’s dangerous if you do too much of it.”

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Hip-Hop Mogul Chris Lighty Dies in NYC

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Chris Lighty, a hip-hop mogul who helped the likes of Sean “Diddy” Combs, 50 Cent and Mariah Carey attain not only hit records, but also lucrative careers outside music, was found dead in his New York City apartment Thursday in an apparent suicide. He was 44. He was found at his home in the Bronx with a gunshot to the head and was pronounced dead there, police said. No note was recovered, but a 9 mm handgun was found and there was no sign of forced entry, said Paul Browne, New York police spokesman. The shooting appears to be self-inflicted, authorities said.

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Three 6 Mafia Lands Reality Cooking Show

Posted: Wednesday – July 15, 2009

The remaining two members of Three 6 Mafia are continuing to capitalize on their crossover success with yet another unexpected new venture.

DJ Paul and Juicy J have developed a new television project which will introduce the world to their love of cooking.

Cookin’ Ain’t Easy will find the two longtime friends and collaborators hosting a weekly dinner party for friends, fans and celebrity guests.

But prior to the arrival of the guests and the start of the meal, the show will also follow them as they prepare the meal to be served, giving viewers the opportunity to actually learn the week’s recipes.

“It is a completely fresh approach to a cooking show,” said veteran reality TV producer Adam Briles, who will executive produce the show. “You get much of the same take-away information that viewers expect from the genre, but it is served up in such a unique, relatable and funny way that it is just flat out entertaining.”

While DJ Paul and Juicy J’s antics are sure to keep fans attention, as they did with their 2007 MTV show Adventures in Hollyhood, the new show will also showcase Three 6 Mafia’s versatility in the kitchen.

“We’re not just cooking soul food like people might expect,” explained Juicy J. “We’re cooking Indian food, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern food – all different inds of foods that people wouldn’t think we could cook. It’s a comedy, it’s funny and we love bringing people together for it.”

A launch date for Cookin’ Ain’t Easy has yet to be determined, as Mise En Scene Entertainment and the William Morris Endeavor Agency are shopping it to major cable networks now.

The show’s producer, Adam Briles, has produced shows like Survivor, The Contender and Out of the Wild: The Alaska Experiment.


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