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Despite earlier claims, WorldStarHipHop stays connected [News]

New York, NY – Earlier today WorldStarHipHop (WSHH) went offline amidst much speculation that it had been a victim of the US Department of Homeland Security or, fuelled by his own claims via Twitter, at the hands of rap mogul 50 Cent. Q of WorldStarHipHop denounced either possibility on Hot 97 and claimed the issues were due to server issues. It was becoming more apparent that WorldStar had not been a target of the government because the seizure notice was never posted when the site went down. There was also a lot of talk that 50 was clearly just using the opportunity as a means to promote ThisIs50.com, despite earlier claims. At the end of the day, WorldStarHipHop.com is up and running. Click here to check it out or click here to visit the current rival site, ThisIs50.com… and if they weren’t considered rivals before, they are certainly at that level now!

News: WorldStarHipHop - Open For Business

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