I've been sitting on this news for a while now, but I can finally report that Babs is no longer on the Bad Boy roster. No other details are available, at this time.
According to her MySpace
, Babs will be hosting a party (featuring performances by Maino and Uncle Murder) at The Lab in Brooklyn on January 19.
According to a message posted by her publicist on her MySpace
, Babs is in the hospital and had kidney surgery this morning. Here's to a speedy recovery.
You can listen to this track on Tony Dofat's MySpace
Babs will be performing at an all female hip hop showcase at The Pyramid in NYC on August 28. See the flier below.
Babs has some pictures on her MySpace
from a recent video shoot. The question is: what video? I hope to find out soon.
In an interview
, Foxy Brown called Babs her "right hand" saying she doesn't go anywhere without her. From watching those short clips, it looks like Foxy and Babs have really developed a very good friendship. Good stuff. Babs participates in the interview, as well.
Via MA$E MURDER at BadBoyForever.com
According to a bulletin from Babs' MySpace
, she will be presenting at the Urban Music Awards
on July 7 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. You can buy tickets online
According to a bulletin sent out by Babs' MySpace
, Babs will be featured on Foxy Brown's upcoming single. Foxy Brown's next album, "Black Roses," is slated for a September 6 release
The bulletin also mentions that Babs will be going on tour in Africa with Foxy.
From the press release
Queer Black Cinema's QBC VISIONS 2007 (PT. I)
Sunday, June 17, 2007 (7PM- 1AM)
Luke & Leroy’s (formerly Crazy Nannies/ LESBIAN HOTSPOT)
21 7th Avenue South
Tickets: $10.00 online; $15.00 at the door
Babs Bunny will host Queer Black Cinema’s QBC VISIONS Pride Benefit 2007. Bad Boy Entertainment’s hip hop princess will help QBC launch New York City’s Pride Week by premiering Christopher Street, America’s newest gay teen series and powerhouse live performances from today’s most notable LGBTQ artists. Scheduled to appear are Homorevolution Tour’s Shorty Roc, Siya, Tangarae, Jesse O and Steph, the Sapphic Songstress! The focus of QBC VISIONS 2007 is to raise developing funds for Queer Black Cinema’s first international film festival and promote HIV/AIDS prevention during June.! Tickets: $10.00 online; $15.00 at the door. For details regarding sponsorship, volunteering and tickets for the event, visit the QBC web site at www.queerblackcinema.org.