A documentary about Lil Wayne is being released next week. The documentary titled is titled “The Carter” a behind the scenes access all areas film that even captures Wayne’s alleged addiction to cough syrup. The Film shown at Sundance film festival was originally planned to be released in cinemas however a dispute between Lil Wayne and producers lead to The New Orleans self declared greatest rapper alive taking legal action claiming that producers had breeched the contractual agreement giving him final edit of the documentary. The court rejected the claim and therefore the film is being released on DVD. According to NME online magazine “Pre-orders for the film are currently being taken by QD3 and are set to ship on November 17, although at the moment it’s only available to those in the US.”
More information is available via TheCarterDoc.com.
Louis Vuitton launched a collection inspired by Stephen Sprouse at the New York SoHo store back in January 2009. This skateboard was one of the 2 limited edition pieces available at the store. The Louis Vuitton skateboard which comes with the Monogram Louis Vuitton Trunk cost $8,250 (£5,506) and has sold out. I am looking forward to the new year to see what fantastical piece Louis Vuitton will place in their concept store in New York for 2010, the attention to detail and quality of the handmade trunk really is superb.
Rihanna talks to Diana Sawyer regarding the truth about what factors contributed to a loving relationship escalating into an abusive relationship. Rihanna also discusses her reasoning for going back to Chris and her thoughts and feelings towards Chris after the incident happened. I respect the fact that Rihanna has broken her silence and is using her own experience to empower others going through the same situation, to discuss everything that happened is an act of bravery in my opinion and the ending of their relationship is for the greater good and can inspire others to save their own lives. Domestic violence actually kills and scars not only physically but emotionally, despite the fact that bruises can fade the vignettes of abuse can never be forgotten. Youtube have a social responsibility to keep this on the website I would be shocked to see this pulled down due to copyright laws.
Not here yet! Am I the only one waiting for this video to leak ?!