Since 2013, Machine Gun Kelly quietly puts on a HUGE festival in his home state of Ohio, attracting thousands upon thousands of fans and big name artists like Waka Flocka, Kid Ink, Juvenile and more. The third annual EST Fest goes down August 5 and 6 at Ohio Dreams in Butler, OH, and joining MGK on the stage this year will be YG, A$AP Ferg and more to be announced.
Not to be confused with the Las Vegas man wearing Obama and JFK masks, but this guy just got away with a huge robbery (for now) while rocking either the most loved or most hated man in America right now’s face.
Charles Kinsey was an unarmed black man shot and killed by police in North Miami. Moments before the shooting, footage was taken from a cell phone camera. We can see Kinsey laying on the ground with his arms up next to another man. In a video we can hear Kinsey say he is a “behavior therapist at a group home” and that the person next to him is autistic.
Posty was on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show today for a one on one interview. During the sit down he revealed the tentative title of his debut album will be Stoney, which was the childhood nickname he had (Stoney Maloney). Post gave no actual release date for it but said you can expect it to come sometime in August.
Tech editor for the conservative news site Breitbart, Milo Yiannopoulos, has been permanently banned from Twitter after he is reportedly the person to start the heartless and disturbing tweets about Leslie Jones. He and Leslie went back and forth over a comment he made about her and her role in the new movie ‘Ghostbusters.’ Leslie was very taken back and hurt at a lot of the comments she was receiving on Twitter.
Beyoncé is worth approximately $450 million these days, but the former Destiny’s Child singer certainly came from meager beginnings in comparison to that figure! The Jasmine Brand has uncovered the original recording contracts the DC ladies had back in 1998, which reveal they were only paid $85,000 to record their first album. And by the way, this is $85k total for all four women to split, as well as to use to record the project. It also stated the album would not be released anywhere else but the United States if it did not chart on the Billboard 200 for 5 consecutive weeks. Well damn!