Snoop Dogg was all set to perform in Bulgaria to raise cash for kids in war zones -- at least that's what the charity org thought before sniffing out what it believes was a 0,000 scam.Krasimir Dachev -- a rep for Bulgarian nonprofit Peace for You Peace for Me -- filed a lawsuit against Brandon Allen and his company, Rich America.Fans also noted that in the moments in the new video that feature G-Eazy, the time stamp for the raw footage can also be seen.According to a statement released to , RCA said that the La Chapelle video wasn't "a suitable representation of the song".In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Dachev says Rich America claimed it could deliver Snoop and Britney Spears for a 2016 benefit concert.
The song was released on July 20, 2004, by Jive Records, as the fourth and final single from In the Zone.
"Outrageous" was the record label's choice for first and second single, but Spears pushed for "Me Against the Music" and "Toxic" respectively, to be released instead.
It was finally announced as a single after it was selected as the theme song for the 2004 film Catwoman.
Pharrell posted a cute Instagram shot with "my little sis" on Wednesday, showing off the "We Can't Stop" singer's seemingly vintage Chanel jacket.
Miley Cyrus is just as nostalgic as the rest of us.
Until March, Britney Spears is on hiatus from her “Pieces of Me” show at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, which gives her plenty of time to chill and do normal things like take video selfies and then post them on social media.