(Audio) Nigel Barker Opens Up About Being Assaulted

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.

(Photos) Clearly, Young Metro Trusts The FADER

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.

(Video) ‘Nessa & Chill’ Episode 3: Ty Dolla $ign & Marisa Mendez Talk How To Slide In The DM + More

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!

(Video) Fat Joe Says He Felt “Abandoned” When Nas Sided With Jay-Z

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.

(Video) Biggie’s Daughter T’yanna Talks Being A Pac Fan, Faith Evans, Diddy and More

Thisis50 recently sat down with Biggie’s daughter, T’yanna Wallace. In the interview, the Penn State graduate and aspiring fashion designer discusses her clothing line, living up to her father’s name, her relationship with Faith Evans and more. “Honestly, me and Faith, she’s really my stepmom. We really have a mother-daughter relationship,” T’yanna says candidly. She also revealed that despite her late father’s past with Tupac, she’s always been a fan of Pac’s music. “I been listening to Tupac since high school. I never had a problem with Tupac because people around me never made it seem like my dad and Tupac had a problem withe each other, it was the media who blew that up.” T’yanna was recently in the news after she called out Diddy, after he apparently did not provide her a ticket for his upcoming Bad Boy reunion concert. They have since resolved the issue privately. Watch the full interview below.

(Audio) Podcast: Feed The Meter Ep 33 W/ DJ Juanyto, Hip Hop Mike & Billy Jr ft. Deniro Farrar

FEED THE METER EP 33 @DJJUANYTO @HIPHOP_MIKE @BILLYJUNE88 FT @DENIROFARRAR The Charlotte bread, now Harlem resident Deniro Farrar stops by to feed the meter. He talks about living in harlem, eating healthy, What is Cult Rap and his positive outlook on life and more with Juanyto, Mike and Billy Jr. Listen below.

(Video) 50 Cent Might Be In The Upcoming “Predator” Sequel

Full blown movie star 50 Cent could be possibly be in the upcoming “Predator” sequel this summer…50 Cent vs. aliens?! Lets goooo!

Riff Raff Signs $4 Million Deal For His ‘Neon Nation’ Corporation

I’m not a businessman…I’m a business, man. RiFF RaFF is building his business up these days, just signing a huge deal for his corporation “Neon Nation”, only months before he drops his “Peach Panther” album. Hit the jump!

(Video) Joey Bada$$ Says Jay-Z Actually Inspired Him NOT To Sign To Roc Nation

I won’t even say arguably…Joey Bada$$ is Brooklyn hip-hop right now…maybe all of New York for that matter in terms of speaking of hip-hop’s roots. When he first came on the scene he had a notable verse on A$AP Rocky”s song “1 Train” with a line than went “And I might sign to the Roc, but my n*ggas on the block is still signed to the rock…” Right there he let us in on a dilemma he was facing if he should sign to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation or not. Now, he sheds some light on that topic. Hit the jump!

2 Chainz Speaks On Competing With Lil Wayne In The Studio

When Lil Wayne was in his prime during 2005-2009 let’s say, he arguably could not be touched on any verse or on any beat. That was a different era for hip-hop…a lot of artists that are considered OG’s now were as well putting their signature stamps on the game like Kanye West, Jeezy, etc. etc. Well hot off the release of his collaborative album with Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz speaks on the what it was like going in the studio and collabing for a full length LP, “Collegrove“, with one of the best to hit the booth. Hit the jump.

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