Singer Lauryn Hill has chosen to vacate her NJ mansion. Get the deets on her pre-prison move inside and see how Will and Jaden Smith’s "After Earth" performed at the box office. Also, find out why the cops showed up at Shemar Moore’s house.
After falling behind on her rent, troubled rapper Lauryn Hill reportedly informed her New Jersey landlords that she would vacate her rented-mansion on May 31 and settle up with them for $7,000 in back rent.
But having to find new digs for herself and her kids is just one of the issues currently facing Lauryn. We told you previously that she’s due to start her three month prison stint for tax evasion on July 8 and she’s been attacked for the lyrics of her "comeback" single "Neurotic Society."