A.M. Surf Report: Did Young Buck Dis 50 Cent Onstage?; Are Nicole Richie And Joel Madden Engaged And Expecting?

Plus Paris Hilton celebrates Father's Day in jail; Lindsay Lohan takes a brief break from rehab and more.

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:T.I. Vs. T.I.P. won’t be out for another two weeks, but we’ve got an inside look at what you can expect to hear on the three-act LP — T.I.P. raps on act one, T.I. handles act two and the two personas go head-to-head for act three. Eminem, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes and Nelly all pitch in for the disc, but the Ciara duet didn’t make the cut. …

Although he released his From Nothin’ to Somethin’ LP last week, it hasn’t been a celebratory time for Fabolous. The rapper told us that he wishes Stack Bundles, who was killed last Monday, had reached a wider audience . “They would have loved him,” Fab said. “He was a good dude. … The energy in the booth, he always had that fire. It was like a spark plug. It’s sad to see that that energy was taken away. [The masses] didn’t get to see him in the forefront yet. They didn’t see him in his own light yet.” …

The last notes of Bonnaroo have played, but you can relive the festival — and share your own stories — over at the You R Here blog. Get White Stripes‘ camping advice, find out which huge act left 80,000 concertgoers sort of bummed and meet a man willing to accuse Kanye West of jacking his steeze. …

And “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” rode over the “Ocean’s Thirteen” wave this weekend, scoring the #1 spot at the box office with $57.4 million. …

Quote of the Day: “Start being creative and stop making a million Lil Wayne tapes. How many Wayne tapes you gonna make, man? It’s a drought in the mixtape game.” — DJ Drama

Here’s what everyone else is talking about:

Several sites reported Saturday that Young Buck dropped an F-bomb on G-Unit onstage in Atlanta, signaling his departure from 50 Cent‘s crew. But according to Miss Info — and a commenter who was at the show — the story isn’t true. “Eyewitnesses at the 107.9 Atlanta radio station bash say that he talked about his new label Cashville Records, which he recently found a home for (with help from Sha Money XL, 50′s original right hand man, who is no longer with G-unit … hmmm, interesting) but he never dissed 50 and G-Unit,” Miss Info reports. …

The New York Post‘s “Page Six” reported Saturday that not only is Nicole Richie pregnant, she’s also engaged to Good Charlotte‘s Joel Madden. The gossip column’s source said Richie was with Madden at a Thursday night event in Beverly Hills, rocking an engagement-type ring (“It was one big rock surrounded by more diamonds”) and passing up alcohol. …

People.com offers a Paris Hilton roundup for those who care enough to wonder how the heiress is getting along in jail but not enough to monitor TMZ.com for minute-by-minute updates. This weekend, Paris visited with her sister, mother and father, made her dad a Father’s Day card and got love from Vivica A. Fox, encouragement to smarten up from Ellen DeGeneres, and a vote of confidence — and a cat comparison — from Kevin Connolly, People reports. …

Did you hear about Lindsay Lohan busting out of rehab? Neither did we, but TMZ.com assures us that she was only out for a short time, taking care of “personal business,” and a Promises staff member was with her the whole time. …

Candy Spelling has fired off another unsolicited letter to a troubled star, this time targeting Britney Spears and her recent overexposure. “You’ve driven me back to my laptop to ask why, if you have to slither in and out of cars, do clumsy imitations of gymnasts and wear clothes that are just too tight, trashy or skimpy, do you have to pose in front of photographers all the time?” Spelling writes on TMZ. …

A 25-year-old man from Lancaster, Kentucky, died while attending the Bonnaroo festival, The Associated Press reports. Cody L. Conover was pronounced dead at a Manchester, Tennessee hospital on Friday morning. The AP reports that it will be several weeks before police determine the cause of death. …

Jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman collapsed onstage at Bonnaroo on Sunday after being overcome by heat, The Dallas News reported. Coleman’s publicist said the 76-year old musician has been given intravenous fluids and was in stable condition Sunday night. …

Michael Moore fans could get an early — and illegal — look at his documentary “Sicko” over the weekend, when the film popped up on YouTube and BitTorrent, according to The Hollywood Reporter. …

Owen Wilson and Nick Nolte have joined Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. in Ben Stiller‘s comedy “Tropic Thunder,” playing a group of actors shooting a war movie on location, Variety reports. …

And kids in Australia won’t be able to check out Harry Potter‘s latest adventure on their own, according to Variety. “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” has been given an M rating by the country’s Office of Film and Literature Classification, restricting the movie to mature audiences.