Thursday, May 7, 2009

Humor Mill TV- One One One With... Finesse Mitchell

Here is an interview with comedian, author and actor Finesse Mitchell, the former Not-Ready-For Prime-Time-Player courtesy of NBC's Saturday Night Live. We get a chance to catch up with Mitchell and we ask him about his new book about relationships- that he wrote BEFORE Steve Harvey, and we ask him about his upcoming projects. Check out the interview, and what he thinks about the Steve Harvey book, and more!

Fight Breaks Out At 1st Amendment Taping!

We have just discovered that a fight broke out at the taping of Martin Lawrence's 1st Amendment, while a comedian was performing on stage during a live taping in Washington, D.C.

According to our source while comedian Nikki Carr was performing, the fight broke out between a female and a male audience members. Looks like there were some Marines in the audience who also assisted in bringing the audience back to a calmer state as it seemed to almost break out into something huge.

The show producers got a handle on the situation and kept the show rolling. More details to follow soon.

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Eddie Griffin Is Being Sued!

Famed gossip website is reporting that comedian and actor Eddie Griffin is embroiled in a lawsuit in which he is accused of swindling one of the recipients of a career-building program for college graduates. According to the site, it all started with a $150,000 gift Griffin presented to the "Jamaica 360" program -- which sends 100 African American college grads on a career building vacation to Jamaica. The lawsuit, filed by a man who went on the trip, claims the check bounced.

The man, Samir Sayegh, claims he was then duped into lending Griffin his credit card to cover a hotel bill while they were in Jamaica -- but according to the suit, Griffin took the card and secretly made a $150,000 charge to the main developer of J-360. Two weeks later, Samir got a bill from American Express with the six-figure charge.

AmEx is now suing Samir for the $150,000 charge, and Samir is suing Eddie and all the event developers to make them foot the bill.

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