Nicki Minaj gets sued for $30 million over some wig designs, Kiss can't get it together enough to perform at its own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony and Ted Nugent kind of apologizes for calling the president a "subhuman mongrel."
In 1991, Nirvana roared out of Northwest obscurity and into the global consciousness with Nevermind,
an album of almost incomprehensible magnitude and influence. Three
short, tempestuous years later, Kurt Cobain turned his back on his brief
run and enormously potent legacy in a horrible, irrevocable act of
flight from Canada to Shanghai, the singer for Behind Sapphire was detained and placed in
jail for six days for what he claims to have “accidentally” hidden in
his luggage. A glock? Hand grenade? Snacks from Panda Express? Nope —
the vocalist was reportedly jailed because his suitcase contained
collectible antique bullets from World War I.