In today's Daily Rap 50 Cent shoots movie with Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, Papoose may face legal action from Bed Sty Ambulance Volunteers, Amy Winehouse is arrested and Timbaland collects another award.

50 Cent keeping busy

He might have just ousted Young Buck from his G Unit collective, but 50 Cent is definitely keeping his name and brand alive. He is currently shooting a movie with Al Pacino and Robert De Niro called Righteous Kill and all the while recording music for his final album on Interscope tentatively titled, Before I Self Destruct. The rapper is working on a huge Vitamin Water campaign, another video game, a fragrance line and a deodorant.G Units sophomore collective projective featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo will be hitting shelves on July 1st and is titled Terminate on Sight.

Papoose in hot water with Ambulance Service

Brooklyn rapper Papoose duped the Bed Sty Ambulance Volunteers into appearing in a video he shot, indicating that it would show the good work that they do.

However, Rocky Robinson the founder of the Ambulance Volunteers has decided that the organization which saves lives in one of New York's most notorious areas may pursue legal action against the rapper after the video showed `Papoose’s nemesis Uncle Murda being targeted.

'His people told us the video would be about the neighborhood and how we respond to save lives,' Rocky Robinson, founder of Bed-Stuy Volunteer Ambulance, told The Daily News.

'We don't want to be a part of something where somebody gets hurt. Our image is everything to us.

Amy Winehouse Arrested

Troubled Grammy winner Amy Winehouse was arrested this past weekend for head butting a man who allegedly was trying to hail the singer a cab in North London. If convicted of the assault she could face up to six months in prison.

Down Under show Timbaland some love

Super producer Timbaland added another award to his collection this weekend at the MTV Awards in Australia. Winning the International Artist of the Year Award, Timbaland born Timothy Mosley was the only Hip-Hop/Urban act to take an award this year.

Other winners were Pink who won an award for Best Live Performer award and Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews who received a Bad Karma award for his failure to grant rapper Snoop Dogg a visa to enter the country to take part of the 2007 awards.

Melanie Cornish