After performing on the show in 2011, then performing and hosting in 2014, Drake is returning to Saturday Night Live for a third time this weekend. On May 7, Drizzy will once again be taking on double duty as host and performer. In the newly-released promo clips, the Views rapper appears alongside SNL‘s Leslie Jones, and gets hilariously hit on by her in the process. Get a laugh by checking them out below.
According to Bow Wow, he has a new late night talk show coming to the airwaves, Up With Bow. The rapper/actor did not reveal a network or premiere date, but promises fans it will be the “hottest and much needed late night talk variety show the game has ever seen.” He also reiterates – over three times – that it’s “for the culture” because “I know entertainment. I am entertainment!” K.
The ladies of The Real had Fat Joe and Remy Ma on their show to perform their hit single “All The Way Up” today, and they couldn’t make the trip without the song’s featured guest, French Montana. Check out the trio performing their hit song below. Remy and Joey’s collaborative album, Platas O Plomo, is set to drop later this year.
Who can forget the epic showdown between Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly way back in August that pretty much started the beef. Since then, words have been exchanged, one of them being Trump hinting that Kelly was on her period that night of the debate… Well, finally we’re getting a one-on-one interview.
There’s been a long list of rappers who’ve killed it on the Tonight Show, Chance the Rapper being the most recent. Now it’s Drake’s turn to make an appearance. His guest appearance, though is not exactly what you might want it to be.
Just when you thought there would be an end to the ‘Fast and the Furious’ films, guess what…the excitement for ‘Fast’ movies will never die. The production for the next fast movie ‘Fast 8’, is currently taking place with an additional surprise that have many fans going WILD!
On the Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, comedian Felonoius Monk took to his fancy sarcastic language to address the recent controversy regarding reparations for descendants of slaves sold by Georgetown University.