First Dibs: Did Miguel Ignore Order Not To Jump During Billboard Performance?

Guns N’ Roses quickly sell out a show at an intimate venue, Jack White is truly a hometown hero, and Rick Ross uses his lost Reebok deal as a lesson for young rappers.

  • A new report following Miguel’s infamous Billboard Music Awards performance says producers advised the singer not to execute a stage leap. Yet, as we all know, the R&B crooner included the jump during his set and accidentally injured a fan in the crowd. [TMZ]
  • If you’re in the New York area and were planning to catch Guns N’ Roses’ surprise show at Brooklyn Bowl, think again. Tickets, which went on sale yesterday at $150 a pop, have already sold out. [Rolling Stone]
  • The anonymous donor who paid back taxes for Detroit’s Masonic Temple was actually Jack White. The former White Stripes member paid $142,000 to save the institution from foreclosure. In return, the temple’s theater, where White performed in his early days, will be renamed after him. [Detroit Free Press]
  • How does Rick Ross feel about the controversy over his lyrics that led to him being dropped by Reebok? [MTV]

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