TMZ caught up with Evelyn Lozada at LAX yesterday, May 23rd, and asked her where she and Chad currently stand in terms of mending their relationship after everything went down with their domestic violence situation. Evelyn told TMZ that she hasn't spoken to Chad in a very long time, and that she doesn't care to try to reconcile their differences.
As far as she is concerned, she wishes him the best in life, but at the end of the day she doesn't want anything to do with him ever again.
Through crime films on the big screen we are allowed to live dangerously. The best crime films are based in a realm of illegal activity that leaves the audience in suspense of what's next or utter disbelief. The tension from the best crime films transport the viewer into a world of deceit, crime, revenge and often times illegal tender.
Your favorite rapper probably makes several references to the characters, motifs, and outcomes of some of the best crime movies.
Check out the list of the 50 crime movies we think you should watch.
While Drake and Ludacris have exchanged words in the past, the "Act a Fool" rapper insists his new track "Mad For" isn't about Drake. While Pusha-T and Chris Brown, who've also had beef with Drake, appear on the track, Ludacris says the song isn't about a specific person.
"I didn't even think about that...Man listen, I don't tell other artists how to write. I just basically—they go off what they feel and they write what they wanna write on there. That's just how hip hop is, man. You write to what you feel. So, make no assumptions, just listen to the track. You can make your own assumptions, but I definitely would never make assumptions just based off who's featured on a record...I'm not talking to anyone specific."
He continued, "The 'Mad For' record, a lot of people, a lot of different artists heard it while we was just in the studio vibing and wanted to get on it. Everybody from Chris Brown to Swizz Beatz—to Meek Mill, Pusha T, everybody."