Rumors are swirling aroundTime Warner Inc.that the media giant will sell off its 50 percent share of Interscope Records, the controversial music label that produces many top rap acts, including Snoop Doggy Dogg and Tupac Shakur. "Time Warner may be looking for a way to distance itself from the more strident, objectionable type of gangsta rap," saysTIME's Richard Zoglin. "I think it reflects the company's general discomfort with this type of music." Michael Fuchs, chairman of Warner Music Group, has been meeting with Interscope executives in recent weeks. The company has not commented on the rumors.