David Banner lost his mind on a bouncer after they wouldn’t let him and all his crew into a club. Than he got arrested and fined.
What’s up with Waffle House, and for that matter Waffle Houses in the south, there always seems to be an issue! Apparently Juve went to a Waffle House in South Carolina after coming from a ‘legends of the south’ concert, and immediately a guy makes a comment like “Juvenile here, here come all the hoes now.”, and with Juve being the southern gentleman that he is…..
Who ever thought they’d see Olivia Pope getting down with her bad-self. Kerry Washington was spotted at a Formation World Tour show jamming to the tours’ titled anthem …that is until she turned around and saw that camera lol
X gon give it to ya….well prob not that night. DMX who is known for his lyrics in one of his most popular songs “Where The Hood At”, he raps “I show no love, to homo thugs/Empty out, reloaded, and throw more slugs/How you gonna explain f**kin’ a man?/Even if we squashed the beef, I ain’t touchin ya hand.” Oh how the times have changed for X…he’ll be performing at a club known for it’s LGBT clientele this upcoming weekend.
Tory Lanez is always doing something crazy at his concerts. Couple months back we seen him fall from a balcony of some sort in which he claims he did not but thats neither here nor there. At a recent concert, Tory turns the crowd into a stage. He is seen totally standing in the crowd as the fans hold him up. They are super loyal for that.
Super producer, vocalist, rapper and mogul, Ryan Leslie performed live at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Although I haven’t heard a Ryan Leslie single in NYC for a long time now, every single guest knew all the lyrics to his latest music. With the use of his Superphone technology, Ryan Leslie is one of the few artists to stay independent and successful for years.
The Grammy nominated vocalist, BJ the Chicago Kid, sang a medley of his R&B songs for a packed house. At Nema’s Boom Boom Room (NBBR) in the city, the crowd enjoyed live vocals from BJ the Chicago Kid, Tiffany Stevenson, Sahlence, and Anthony Flammia for a night of soulful music, creative beat boxing, and R&B.
To celebrate the 18th anniversary of the late, Big Pun, and his first Platinum album, “Capital Punishment,” the Reveal agency and Avant Garde have come together to organize a Big Pun tribute this weekend. The tribute will be a two day event taking place on April 22nd, and April 23rd.