A.M. Surf Report: Lindsay Lohan Hit By Paparazzo; Whitney & Bobby’s Battle Continues; Society Mom Spanks Paris Hilton

Plus Black Eyed Peas' Taboo escapes jail; Billy Corgan joins the Scorpions; Bob Geldof blasts Live Earth.

The news happens all the time, even while you’re enjoying your weekend. Check out this brief rundown to bring you up to speed this morning — a quick heads up from your friends at MTV News.

Here’s what we’ve got:

Kanye West won’t say who he’s working with on new Lil Wayne music, but he’s reserving the bragging rights. “We already made some songs that are incredible,” Kanye told us . “I’m not going to tell you who’s on them, but I can talk my sh–, ’cause we already got a couple of bangers under the belt.” Elsewhere in Mixtape Monday, Young Jeezy says he’ll drop everything to supply a verse for a friend in need, Fabolous explains why he released different tracks for different regions and Lil’ Mama talks about getting under Rihanna‘s “Umbrella.” …

Ludacris, Kelly Clarkson and Fergie were among the artists who lit up the stage at Saturday’s Wango Tango . The L.A.- area radio fest had plenty of action offstage too, with Kelly getting real with us about those record-label-battle rumors (“This time everybody made a big deal about the label and I disagreeing with the record, but that’s happened every record,”) and Robin Thicke revealing 50 Cent‘s dirty little secret. …

The Game was arrested late Friday in Los Angeles after LAPD searched his house for three hours. He was taken in on suspicion of making threats in connection with a February incident at a basketball game, posted $50,000 bail and was released early Saturday. …

And despite a 60 percent dive, Spider-Man 3” is still the box-office champ . The web-slinging sequel earned $60 million over its second weekend, coming out miles ahead of its closest competitors, zombie sequel “28 Weeks Later” and Lindsay Lohan dramedy “Georgia Rule.” Next week, Spidey faces much stiffer competition in the form of “Shrek the Third.”…

Quote of the Day: “Kanye’s about to be on some whole different global superstar sh–. … Some Spice Girls sh–.” — Devo Springsteen on Kanye West‘s Graduation

Here’s what everyone else is talking about:

Lindsay Lohan is being sued by a photographer who alleges that the actress hit him with her car in New York on March 13, E! Online reports. Giovanni Arnold filed the claim on Thursday — a day after Lohan joked about the incident on “The Late Show With David Letterman,” and is seeking unspecified damages for “sustained severe and permanent personal injuries,” according to the claim. …

Bobby Brown says he was “for all intents and purposes, homeless” after he split with Whitney — and that’s why he’s only responding now to a divorce filing that was finalized on April 24. According to “Access Hollywood,” Bobby filed a claim challenging the divorce’s custody ruling, which currently gives Whitney full custody of daughter Bobbi Kristina. A court date is set for June 15. …

Microsoft previewed “Halo 3″ for select gamers on Friday in San Francisco and New York, and the reviews were mixed, Reuters reports. “The graphics can use some work,” EvilAvatar.com’s Nicholas Puleo said. “It’s not standout.” The game starts beta testing Wednesday, and Stephen Totilo will have his full report on the preview this morning. …

Candy Spelling has known Paris Hilton for most of her life, so what better way to reach out to the heiress after her sentence than via an open letter on TMZ.com? Candy, mom of Tori and widow of TV mogul Aaron, advises Hilton to cool off with the (reported) self-defense training (“not a good message to fellow inmates”) and realize how lucky she is. “In most situations, your privileged life works to your benefit,” Candy’s note notes. “You are a young woman who can add more to her community than establishing new definitions for infamy.” …

Unlike Paris, Black Eyed PeasTaboo doesn’t have to worry about jail after his run-in with police in March. People reports that the rapper, who will be arraigned May 25 on two misdemeanor drug charges after being caught with marijuana following a traffic accident , faces a maximum $200 fine and no jail term if he’s found guilty. …

Reanimating Smashing Pumpkins and cracking down on some criminally overzealous fans apparently isn’t action enough for Billy Corgan. He’s also making music with the Scorpions, guitarist Rudolf Schenker said in an interview with French music mag Rock Hard. Corgan sings on the track “The Cross,” featured on the band’s latest album, according to fan blog ScorpsNews.com (via Blabbermouth.net). …

Live Aid/ Live 8 organizer Bob Geldof told Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant that he hopes the July 7 Live Earth shows are a success — but he doesn’t get the point. “But why is [Gore] actually organizing them?” Geldof asked, according to an Associated Press report. “To make us aware of the greenhouse effect? Everybody’s known about that problem for years. We are all … conscious of global warming.”…

After announcing last week that Panic Channel singer Steve Isaacs was fleeing Los Angeles, leaving the band’s future uncertain, Dave Navarro followed up with a message on his 6767.com site about the band’s upcoming plans — and news that the group is no longer with Capitol Records. “Steve is going to come out here for an extended leave from the East with his ideas and contribute to what we have done, with the sole purpose of cranking out another Panic Channel record,” Navarro wrote, adding that TPC are free from their “personal slavery to a failing corporate industry. … It’s not only Capitol. … It’s all of them.” …

Nicolas Cage has been cast in the Brian DePalma sequel “The Untouchables: Capone Rising,” Variety reports. … Tracy Morgan is a wanted man in Florida, The Miami Herald reports. Miramar police would like to speak with the actor after a disc jockey accused him of being too hands on during an appearance at a radio station on Friday. DJ Sandy Domingo filed a complaint with police alleging misdemeanor battery. Police said they have no plans to arrest Morgan, and just want to hear his side of the story. …

And Fox doesn’t find the parody “The O.J. Simpsons” all that funny. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network home of “The Simpsons” has ordered Broadcaster.com to remove three animated clips — including one titled “If I Did It,” a reference to the book O.J. wrote about his ex-wife’s murder (the printing was canceled by a Fox-owned publisher) — which re-imagine the series starring the infamous football star. Broadcaster.com is reviewing the demand, and while the clips come up in searches on the site, they do not play.