The infamous rap beef between 50 Cent & Ja Rule comes to a new head, now after Chris Gotti reveals that Ja Rule kind of “beat up” 50 at a video shoot back when. He also claims 50 ran away once he saw Murder Inc. coming. Hit the jump for the full details.
During his interview with Rap Radar, Lil Wayne sat down to discuss the differences between southern and east coast rappers with 2 Chainz. He also went in to how the record label he started on, Cash Money, had him and his artists record their songs and the “approval” they had to go through before being done writing a verse, during the classic Hot Boys era.
In an interview for XXL Mag’s Spring 2016 issue, Macklemore took on the concept per usual, of speaking how white folks can support the black lives matter movement and black lives over all throughout such a crucial and racial time in America. Hit the jump for Mack’s perspective.
Amber Rose’s best friend, Blac Chyna, is gearing up to marry Rob Kardashian – and of course it comes with tons of unsolicited opinions from the outside world. While both ladies were appearing at Harrah’s in Atlantic City over the weekend, Amber was asked to give her BFF advice on the matter, as Amber definitely knows a thing or two about her relationships being subject to public scrutiny. “I guess I would always tell her to just be positive and know that the life that we live is entertainment and it’s not always true all the time,” Amber said. “We can’t always help the opinions that are out there. We kind of just have to love who we love and live our lives to the fullest.” She also speaks on the MuvaMojis and the updates it has coming, her new home, how she’s bringing the Slut Walk to BK this year and more. Check it out below.
Former US Marshall and DEA Agent, Matthew Fogg, has come out in a recent video where he discloses how he was ordered not to go into white neighborhoods to enforce drug laws. The same drug laws that have hindered the lives of many, specifically in low income areas which are predominantly composed of African-Americans and Latinos.
The world renowned photographer and former judge of “America’s Next Top Model,” Nigel Barker, opened up about a traumatic childhood experience. During the live taping of his Sirius XM talk show, “The Gentleman’s Code,” Barker revealed that he was sexually assaulted at a young age. According to the radio report, Barker was walking to school one afternoon when he was approached by an adult male, seemingly 40 years old.
Welp, looks like FADER mag can put away their bulletproof vests. They’ve obtained the trust of young Metro Boomin, and thus he appears on the cover of their April/May 2016 issue. Thanks to Future rapping the now-infamous tagline, the successful producer is now seeing a lot more mainstream fame, and is even selling his own merchandise. Sitting down with FADER, he discusses how he OJ The Juiceman was the first rapper to give him a shot, how his mother was so supportive she’d drive him roundtrip from St. Louis to Atlanta weekend after weekend so he could work with OJ, how he’s working on Views From The 6 and more. It’s a REALLY great read.
Hot 97’s Nessa recently sat down with myself and Ty Dolla $ign for episode 3 of her series, Nessa & Chill. We hold nothing back as they discuss tactics for sliding in someone’s DMs, their most embarrassing sex stories, how many people they’ve seriously dated at one time and more. Check out the hilarious episode below!
Nas & Jay-Z’s classic hip-hop battle is still talked about today and will be an example for artists to use for years to come. Fat Joe, many do not know, was behind the curtains on this one and always had Nas’ back. Fat Joe now details how he truly felt during the ordeal with being quoted as saying “I felt abandoned”. Hit the jump.