SINGERSROOM ROUNDS: Jackson Trial Delay, Chris Brown Charts, Frank Ocean Hates LAPD

Dr. Conrad Murray and his legal team have asked a judge to delay his manslaughter trial over the death of Michael Jackson from a Propofol overdose. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor ordered Murray’s lawyers to file an official request and scheduled a hearing on the matter for Monday morning (May 2nd). The trial is set to kick off in early May after being delayed previously and Murray has pleaded not guilty to a charge of involuntary manslaughter.

R&B crooner Chris Brown’s single “Look At Me Now” has logged its sixth week atop the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart. Featuring veteran rapper Busta Rhymes, “Look At Me Now” is lifted from Brown’s latest offering, F.A.M.E., currently in stores. “Look At Me Now” is looking to follow in the footsteps of Brown’s 2010 hit “Deuces,” which spent over thirteen weeks at No. 1.

Frank Ocean is not happy with the LAPD. The hot newcomer recently tweeted is dislike for the boys in blue after he was arrested and detained for an unknown incident. “Just got out of jail,” Ocean tweets to his Twitter followers. “Would like to go on record saying..f**k the police. F**k LAPD to be specific. F**k a cop, non-stop. frank will never speak to a cop again in his natural life. i have no respect for police.” Frank continues, “I swear if i weren’t sane in mind I’d throw a f**kin Molotov in a cop car right now,” adding “Cuh had napoleon complex. and seemed really sad that he was on that lame a** bike patrol.” No word from authorities regarding the incident.


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