HSK Exclusive – Over the last five or six years, Timothy “Tim Dog” Blair has been keeping himself busy as a successful conman. Know why? Because Tim Dog wasn’t only swindling women out of their life savings, he was also running a crooked booking agency called “Big City Entertainment”.
Now, HSK has documents that prove Timothy “Tim Dog” Blair’s company “Big City Entertainment” was in conjunction with another illegal booking agency “GME” – to sell to promoters, concert performances that would NEVER take place. Tim Blair profited hundreds of thousands of dollars (as documented below), while at the same time ruining the reputation for the artists he falsely claimed to be representing in the Australian territory.
Tim Dog managed all of this, right from his Atlanta Peachtree apartment, in a city surrounded by his artist victims.
Tim Blair managed to pocket the money which was intended for artists like, Big Daddy Kane, Fat Joe, Mary J. Blige, T-Pain, Nas, Africa Bambaataa and many more, but guess what? Tim Dog’s company “Big City Entertainment” and “GME” were not only ripping off international promoters…they were also stealing money from their industry peers. Don’t believe me.. Ask Mary J. Blige’s husband Kendu Isaacs.
Here’s an insert taken from a one-sheet Tim Dog was using to promote his booking agency to international concert buyers:
“Tim Blair started his career as a rap superstar Tim Dog on Sony Records in 1990 where he worked with such greats as Puff Daddy, Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy and many more.”
Sean “P Diddy” Combs, Wu Tang Clan and Chuck D will all tell you this is not true. Know why? Because P Diddy, members of Wu Tang Clan and Chuck D will all claim to have never done business with Timothy “Tim Dog” Blair. Don’t believe me.. Ask Tim Dog’s stick up buddy Marc Giveand.
HSK reached out to people from the camps of Mary J, Fat Joe, Big Daddy Kane and T Pain, all of which denied having any professional relationship with Timothy Blair now or anytime in the past.
Below are some of the documents proving Tim Dog ripped off numerous Hiphop and RNB superstars:
originally published April 2, 2012