Busta Rhymes was held by immigration officials at London City Airport for almost 12 hours Thursday before a High Court judge ordered his release. Airport officials, citing "unresolved convictions in the USA," detained the rapper after he arrived to perform at a concert today. Immigration officials tried to put Rhymes on a flight to Amsterdam, but his lawyer obtained an injunction and applied for a judicial review of the decision not to grant him admission. A spokeswoman said Rhymes' appearance at the concert would depend on the outcome of a judicial review due to be held today.
EDDIE MAC MAKE YA JUMP
Ed McMahon will star in two viral rap videos for financial site FreeCreditReport.com. Debuting next month, the videos feature McMahon wearing a tracksuit, being chauffeured around Los Angeles in a Cadillac Escalade golf cart and waxing lyrical about his very public financial troubles. The company sought out McMahon to star in the humorous spots after seeing him openly discuss his finances on "Larry King Live."
T.I. PUNKS PINK
T.I.'s "Whatever You Like" returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a fourth nonconsecutive week, trading places with Pink's "So What." Kanye West's "Love Lockdown" debuts at a career-best No. 3 after first-week digital sales of 218,000, also a career high.