Fetty Wap’s Paterson High School Is Now Investigating His “Wake Up” Video

Fetty Wap’s “Wake Up” video has caused an investigation at Eastside High School in Paterson, NJ. I can’t say that I’m surprised at this news! The video was shot there, as it’s the school that the “Trap Queen” rapper attended before dropping out to pursue other avenues, and the questionable imagery in the final product has district administrators none too pleased. I’m sure I was not the only one a bit taken aback upon my first watch of the video last week, as scenes inside the school’s halls included a twerking stripper equipped with a pole, “students” (paid extras, likely of age) drinking 40s and other behavior one wouldn’t think a school would approve for a video that will be seen worldwide… And it turns out, they didn’t.

(Photo) Calvin Klein’s Upskirt Ad Stirs Some Controversy

Calvin Klein are known, and have been under-fire, for their sexually suggestive ads but this recent upskirt ad takes it to the next level.

Zayn Malik Responds To Critics Saying He Bit His Album Artwork Off Lil Wayne

Former One Direction singer Zayn Malik is out on his own, and he recently released the cover art for his upcoming solo album. Featuring a photo from his childhood, updated with his tattoos from adulthood, many couldn’t help but notice Mind of Mine‘s striking resemblance to Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III cover – and promptly called Zayn out on it. Zayn has now responded via Twitter, explaining he’s “not tryna be no rapper,” and that his ideas have been with him “a long time.” Longer than 2008 – when C3 was released, though? Doubt it! He also RT’d a fan who noted that other artists have long been using their baby pictures for cover art (funny how all of their examples were rappers that Zayn is “not tryna be”), but the difference is clearly the tattoos. What do you think? Check out the comparisons in the gallery and let us know your thoughts! Mind of Mine is slated for release on March 25.

(Photos) French Montana Is Clapping Back At Fans Over Max B Controversy!

One half of the “wave gods” is clapping back at fans who are questioning french’s loyalty to “wave” originator Max B. Hit the jump.

Just Don’t: Meryl Streep Says “We’re All Africans Really” Amidst #OscarsSoWhite Controversy

Sometimes it’s better not to say anything at all. That was definitely the case when award-winning actress Meryl Streep was asked her feelings on the issues of diversity in the film industry. Tuesday, during the Berlin International Film Festival, Streep who’s the president of the all white panel, was asked by a reporter about the lack of diversity among panelists. She told reporters, “We’re all Africans really.” Yeah…just let that sink in…..then hit the jump for more.

(Video+Photos) Beyonce’s New Feature Ignites Cultural Appropriation Controversy

Coldplay’s newest video ‘Hymn For The Weekend‘ is receiving backlash after some have decided that Beyonce’s costume is an act of cultural appropriation. Others who have seen the video love it and say it was an act of paying homage. Learn more after the jump!

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