It's immoral, but discernible, when professional athletes are linked to performance-enhancing drugs. But musicians? 50 Cent, Timbaland, Wyclef Jean and Mary J. Blige have all been linked to the recent steroid investigation probe that's marred major league baseball. According to the Albany Times Union, Blige allegedly received a shipment of anabolic steroids and human growth hormone Jentropin from an Orlando pharmacy between August 2005 to January 2007.

The singer's rep, however, denies all allegations. "Mary J. Blige has never taken any performance-enhancing illegal steroids," Blige's spokeswoman Karynne Tencer told the New York Daily News.

The report also claims that the often shirtless rap star 50 Cent had shipments of HGH delivered to his Farmington, Connecticut, mansion under the name "Michael Jordan."

Fortunately for 50, Blige and others, no laws were violated by their possible involvement. Read the full story.