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Topic - Lil Jon
NBC's "The Apprentice" is bringing back 13 players fired from past "Apprentice" contests, plus one notable winner, in the first-ever "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice."
If at first you don't succeed ...
A hip-hop executive has pleaded guilty to attempted gun possession.
Hip-hop is making itself heard _ and seen _ at the Sundance Film Festival.
When Lil Jon was fired from Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice," the rapper-producer fell short of the amount of money he wanted to raise for his charity.
A rising hip-hop record executive was arrested driving through New York City on Wednesday with a gun loaded with hollow-point bullets in his car, authorities said.
"I'm rarely speechless, but I'm speechless today," Lil Jon said. "The goal was to raise awareness to this children's home. Through the show, a lot of people got to learn about this home. Through the show, more people said they'll make more donations. I'm happy with that."
He said the rapper brought national awareness to the UMCH, which opened in 1871 and was originally founded as an orphanage for children who lost parents during the Civil War.