Who me? No way. I did not kick her, says rapper

SCOTTSDALE - Rap superstar 50 Cent has denied kicking Paris Hilton offstage and reducing her to tears during a pre-Super Bowl concert, insisting he "ain't that heartless".

SCOTTSDALE - Rap superstar 50 Cent has denied kicking Paris Hilton offstage and reducing her to tears during a pre-Super Bowl concert, insisting he "ain't that heartless".

Hilton hosted the bash for 944 magazine in Scottsdale, Arizona, and was reported to have been deeply upset when the rapper forced her out of the limelight at the party last Thursday.

But the hip-hop star and his band insist the reports are inaccurate because they would never have treated the socialite "so badly".

DJ Whoo Kid, who was on stage with 50 Cent, said: "It's no way we would kick Paris Hilton off the stage .we ain't that heartless.

"I know 50 Cent hates Ja Rule and Fat Joe, but he ain't that heartless to throw Paris Hilton off the stage.

"Somebody called me and asked me if Paris got kicked off. I was like, 'Huh?'

"She was dancing the whole time. She was having a good time. We hung with her afterwards. I guess people wanna hear, '50 Cent threw Paris Hilton off the stage'."

lVeteran band Grateful Dead reunited this week for a benefit concert to support US presidential candidate Barack Obama.

The legendary rockers split in 1995 after the death of frontman Jerry Garcia.

Original members Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir say they are keen to help the Obama's White House campaign and agreed to get together for a one-off show in San Francisco yesterday - ahead of primary election in California. - Wenn

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