Hip-Hop Heartbreak

Aspiring rap music bigshot Bernard Bey, 32, filed a $200,000 lawsuit in February in New York City against his parents, alleging they owe him because they’ve been unloving and “indifferent” to his homelessness, even refusing to take him back in to get a shower. Bey, who raps as “Brooklyn Streets,” said everything would be forgiven if they’d just buy him two Domino’s Pizza franchises so he could eventually earn enough to become “a force to be reckoned with in the hip-hop industry.” His mother’s solution, as told to a New York Daily News reporter: “[G]o get a job. He’s never had job a day in his life.”