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The Aftermath: Heavy D Dies, Michael Jackson’s Doctor Found Guilty

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Pop rock singer E.B., daughter of the late gangsta rap pioneer Eazy-E and former "Sweet 16" star, sits in for The Aftermath co-host Soren Baker and helps me breakdown this week's news.

The Aftermath sends condolences to the family, friends, and fans of rap star Heavy D, who died Tuesday in front of his Beverly Hills home. We review the new single from guest E.B., and comment on former Michael Jackson doctor Conrad Murray being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

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Heavy D

During the speed round we talk about DMX's appearance on Dr. Drew's "Lifechangers," Amber Rose's musical pursuits, and Pitbull's plan to counter sues Lindsay Lohan.

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More info on this segment's stories:

Great Loss -- Heavy D dies at 44.

Eazy Duz It -- Eazy-E's daughter, E.B., releases new song "What I Wanna Do."

Murder Was The Case -- Dr. Conrad Murray found guilty in death of Michael Jackson.

X-Factor -- DMX talks childhood, parenting and jail on Dr. Drew's "Lifechangers."

Bum Rap -- Amber Rose preps music career.

Big Payback -- Pitbull counter sues Lindsay Lohan.

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Billy Johnson Jr., E.B.


The Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Mixtape
The Kris Humphries And Kim Kardashian Mixtape

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