Three 6 Mafia continue celebrating LA-style... 

From defamer.com:
"It's been nearly two weeks since Three 6 Mafia shocked the world by edging out Dolly Parton's sex-change ditty and Kathleen "Bird" York's ballet of intolerance to win Best Song at the Oscars. Since then, it has been one non-stop party for the crew, rolling with none other than kindred spirit Paris Hilton. (Video of their charming shenanigans made available by TMZ.com.) Not that there hasn't been controversy: The Beastie Boys may have started an all-out Southern vs. Northeast Hebe hip hop turf war when Mike D. recently told a South by Southwest press conference, 'Nothing against them, but we think Dolly Parton was robbed.'" Read the full item here.

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