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Chamillionaire Addresses Foreclosure In Freestyle

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Chamillionaire has recently been getting a lot of media attention from the likes of TMZ and Perez Hilton for the Houston rapper's so-called "business decision" to let his Houston-area house go into foreclosure - or, more accurately, to take no action to prevent it from being foreclosed on. Who knew a rapper's troubles with Fannie Mae would rate almost as much tabloid interest as Joran Van der Sloot or Lindsay Lohan's (latest) relapse? Is it the economic crisis? Anyway, Cham - who appeared on VH1's Hip Hop Honors salute to the "Dirty South" Monday - had decided to take control of this curious news cycle the best way he knows how. Tonight at 7 p.m., he'll appear on www.ustream.tv, and the Mixtape Messiah has already dropped a freestyle track to preview this little e-press conference.

Check it out here.

Rocks Off's favorite line is "Don't have a cow, and get your tubes tied/ Tune in, I'll be u-streamin' toniiiiight." You tell 'em, Cham.

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