Ricky Dunigan, who was a founding member of Three 6 Mafia under the name Lord Infamous, died Friday at the age of 40, Rolling Stone reports.
According to his bandmate and uncle DJ Paul, Lord Infamous died in his sleep of a heart attack at his mother's house in Memphis. He had not been recently ill, though the rapper did suffer a stroke and heart attack in 2010.
Looks like Justin Bieber is putting all those swag lessons to good use.
The pint-sized singer is featured in the newly released Juicy J and Maejor Ali video "Lolly," rapping about Netflix, Pellegrino, his overpriced necklace and other super cool things 19-year-olds care about.
Miley Cyrus' new single "We Can't Stop" marks a change in musical direction, but the singer tells Billboard she doesn't want to be "the white Nicki Minaj."
Reality vixens Heidi Montag and Danielle Staub will face off in the new VH1 series Famous Food.
The 10-episode reality show, slated to premiere in the fall, will give seven celebrities the opportunity to open a West Hollywood eatery. The cast — which includes Montag, Staub, former Bachelor Jake Pavelka, musicians DJ Paul and Juicy "J", Eliot Spitzer's former call girl Ashley Dupre and Sopranos actor Vincent Pastore — will complete various tasks, such as creating a menu and renovating the location.