Luther Campbell Offers Parenting Advice On ‘Red Eye’

Luther Campbell visited ‘Red Eye’ on Fox News Channel to discuss his VH1 show ‘Luke’s Parental Advisory’ and to dish advice for parents show wrote in to the program. “You can’t enjoy disciplining your kid,” Luke said in response to a viewer who admitted to feeling that way. “I mean that’s gotta be a little sick, because you might be beating your kid, when you don’t supposed to be beating your kid.” He instead suggesting beating your wife, but clarified in a “consenting S&M experience.” Check out some other advice Campbell dished out below.

Luther Campbell Visits ‘Your World’

Former 2 Live Crew member Luke Campbell tells ‘Your World With Neil Cavuto’ that America has no business in the Mideast war.

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Luke Campbell Charged In South Carolina

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An attorney for former 2 Live Crew rapper Luther Campbell says his client was surprised to be charged with wrongdoing after cooperating with police investigating his performance at a nightclub in South Carolina.

Luke Hit With Felony Charge

Contributed by forever-madd: reports that after winning charges against a Dorchester County, South Carolina woman in November, rapper Luke Campbell has been hit with fresh charges, this time by the Dorchester County officials. An arrest warrant was issued for Campbell yesterday (March 5.) on a felony charge of presenting or participating in an obscene performance.

Luther Campbell Calls Puffy & Jay-Z ‘Carpetbaggers’

Miami native Luther Campbell compares his fellow rap artists and entrepreneurs to carpetbaggers, coming to strip the Miami area of its resources. “I see Puffy and Jay-Z and Master P and The Source and Billboard come here and don’t leave something, just come here to take,” Campbell tells the Miami Herald. “They take our sunshine and put it on video, run on our streets in fast cars, but they don’t leave nothing.”

Luther Campbell’s Memorial Day Weekend Bash A Go

The Miami Herald reports after weeks of wrangling with Miami Beach officials, rapper and promoter Luther ”Luke” Campbell on Tuesday finally submitted the paperwork needed, within an hour of the city imposed deadline, to host a beach party and arts festival on Memorial Day weekend. Campbell fumed, “The whole tactic of the beach was to stretch this thing out for me to back out of the event. The city is going to make over $300 million that weekend, and they have not put one dime into this project. It takes months to promote an event, and they didn’t want us promoting this beach around the country.”