SOHH Whatcha Think: Real Life Scarface Shootout, Soulja Boy's Ex-Pal Disses, Mac Miller Busted In The Nude?

Thursday, May 9, 2013 11:40AM

Written by SOHH On The Spot

Thankful Thursday. There's no shame in being thankful on a day that's not Thanksgiving, so let's start things off with some real-life Scarface things going down in Los Angeles. Vice City anyone? Speaking of heated situations, it seems an ex-pal of Soulja Boy had a lot to Tell recently. No matter what's said, it can't be worse than what's going to be talked about with Mac Miller going all-naked everything? All this coming up in SOHH Whatcha Think.

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]

1. Life Is Like A Movie

Did anyone see this one coming? It seems like someone forgot Halloween wasn't until another five months and decided to get the festivities started early. Scarface in 2013? TMZ is all over this:


A knife-wielding man dressed up as Tony Montana from the 1983 classic "Scarface" taunted police during a real-life standoff in L.A. ... and stayed in character the entire time, TMZ has learned. It all went down at an apartment complex in Hollywood around 10pm Tuesday night -- cops were called to the scene to respond to a man wearing a Tony Montana-style white suit (with the big pimped-out collar) who began screaming at people while waving a machete. When cops arrived, a police negotiator tried to convince the man to surrender peacefully -- but he responded by screaming various quotes from "Scarface" ... while pointing to a DVD copy of the movie he was carrying in his non-machete hand. Sources at the scene tell us the Tony-alike taunted police by calling them, "f**king cops" ... and threatening to cut them. After a 6-hour standoff, cops convinced the man to throw his machete down into the apartment swimming pool ... but officers were forced to use tear gas to take the suspect into custody. Say goodnight to the bad guy. (TMZ)

This should make for a very interesting story, once "Tony Montana" comes clean on why he decided to go off on a shooting spree dressed as Scarface, of all people. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

2. Tell Em Why You Mad

It seems Soulja Boy Tell Em doesn't have enough time or patience to keep everyone happy in his crew and thus another Stacks On Deck group member has moved on. However, instead of just packing up and leaving on good terms, it seems John Boy decided to let the world know how unloyal Soulja Boy really is. Complex has this:

According to John Boy, (to paraphrase) Soulja Boy is a fair-weather friend, who apparently "got a new best friend every week." In the wake of Soulja's spite with GBE's Ballout, John Boy came to the realization that he's been shown a lot more love and loyalty from the GBE camp than he ever has from the SOD leader. "Me and Soulja don't talk. He'll text me or DM me, 'Swag,' "Turn up bro,' 'What's good,' 'What you on.' And that's it. And I'll text him back. And a week later, 'Turn up, bro.' That's not loyalty, man." At what John Boy is calling a "fork in the road," he is deciding to clear the air about his motivations, disappointments, and plans for the future. Watch above for arguably the most well-lit, well-edited selfie video about Soulja Boy that the world has seen to date. (Complex)

Ouch. At the end of the day, John is the one who joined SB's camp in the first place? Even though it didn't end the way he wanted it to, you'd have to imagine there had to be some fun times during that run. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

3. All-Nude Everything

Is Mac Miller really going out for attention or is he just up to his normal antics? While most of the guy fans will be grossed out, Mac's showing off his body for the ladies on the cover of his new album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Rap-Up has the shot:


Mac Miller takes it all off on the cover of his sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off. The tatted rapper sits against a red wall with nothing but a table covering his crotch. The album is due June 18 featuring the single "S.D.S." He will kick off "The Space Migration" tour with Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, Chance the Rapper, and more on June 25. (Rap-Up)

Could all this be for publicity or is there a real hidden message in this artwork? It's great to see some creativity or at least boldness with an album cover. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

That about wraps it up for today. This is SOHH On The Spot giving you the morning scoop from your favorite gossip sites.

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]

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