Debra Antney was frustrated recently, when her son Waka Flocka's house was raided by police, who referred to her as "the Candy Lady," and accused her of running a prostitution ring. "There's nothing going on for you to kick a door in," she said. "We were really surprised, but the neighbors always watch. We live in a country club, so they always watch, they always assume...Of course I'm not gonna sit back and be called 'the Candy Lady,'...There was no prostitution. And we're not gang-affiliated." Definitely not gang-affiliated at all. [MTV]

DJ Premier had a good story about a run-in with Suge Knight while hanging out with Biggie at the New Music Seminar back in 1995. "I'll tell you an ill story. The day after Suge did that at the Source Awards was a New Music Seminar convention. [People thought] that Suge needs to watch him himself because he'll get jumped in New York. No. We were at a panel with Buckwild and a couple other brothers...Me, Big and Buckwild are kicking it, laughing, chopping it up," Preme explained. "All of a sudden, we hear someone go, 'You.' We look and it's Suge Knight. We were all leaning against the wall. I go, 'Me?' He goes, 'You.' He comes over and goes, 'Yo man, I didn't really like those songs you did for Rage.' I was like, 'Yo, I didn't want to do the songs but your staff told me I had to. I didn't have time to do it but that's my homie and I want to be on her album.' He goes, 'Don't worry about [it]. When can yo do some new beats?' I go, 'Couple of weeks.' He goes, 'Well, Dogg Pound is coming out first so you got another month.' He was talking very civilized. I gave him a hug. Big walks up to Suge and says, 'Ayo, I want to get in touch with Dre to do a couple of songs on my new album Life After Death.' Suge just looks at him and goes, 'Yeah, aight.' And walks off." Damn. Thanks Puff. [XXL]