The Fugees

VIDEO: LAURYN HILL PERFORMS AT ROCK THE BELLS NYC

It’s good to see Lauryn Hill out there performing again and looking happy. The singer/rapper performed at the Rock The Bells concert in New York City, and brought on stage with her some very famous faces. *Note comedian Chris Rock got the loudest applause*. Via PunchBowl Blog

WYCLEF JEAN RELEASES NEW TRACK IN PROTEST AGAINST HIS REJECTION TO RUN AS PRESIDENT OF HAITI

It seems that musician and wannabe politician Wyclef Jean is having a hard time accepting his rejection as a presidential candidate for Haiti’s November election. To cut a long story short Wyclef’s bid was rejected because the Haitian constitution requires candidates to have lived in the country for five years prior to an election. The former Fugees star hasn’t lived in the country for years and is therefore ineligible to run. Wyclef, however, isn’t taking the news lying down and according to Punchbowl Blog is blaming outgoing President Rene Preval of []

WYCLEF JEAN TO STAND AS HAITI’S NEXT PRESIDENT

Former Fugees star Wyclef Jean is expected to announce that he will stand as president of Haiti on Thursday (tomorrow). ……………………………………………. I know that Wyclef is desperate to help his homeland but what does he know about politics?

FUGEES VIDEO DIRECTOR HAD SIX CHILDREN WITH HIS OWN DAUGHTERS TO PRESERVE HIS OWN BLOODLINE

Via The Mail An award-winning video director repeatedly raped his daughters to create a ‘pure’ bloodline that would survive Doomsday, a court has heard. Aswad Ayinde, who won an MTV award for directing The Fugees’ ‘Killing Me Softly’, fathered six children with his daughters from the mid-1980s until 2002, New Jersey prosecutors said. Many of the rapes took place in an abandoned funeral home. He even delivered the babies himself in a bid to keep his depraved plot secret. Continue Reading…. This poor []

FUGEES STAR WYCLEF JEAN’S MANSION FORECLOSED AND UP FOR SALE

Former Fugees member Wyclef Jean is at the centre of a new situation concerning his recently foreclosed Miami Beach mansion. The Palm Beach Post reports that Jean took out a $2 million mortgage from Home Equity Mortgage Corp. in 2004 to purchase the estate through a corporation he owns with several friends. Although the rapper/producer set out to renovate the canal-front property, the foreclosed home, which was appraised at $1.4 million, was left unfinished for more than two years as a series []