K Camp always speaks his mind. The Atlanta artist sat down for our Streets Is Talkin segment and shared his honest take on everything from police brutality and the confederate flag to landing on the cover of XXL magazine's Freshman cover
"You don't rap well enough to go this route with me." Those were the foreboding words from Joe Budden to Meek Mill on 4th of July weekend after the New Jersey native gave his two cents on Nicki Minaj's new
Tyler, The Creator has been busy with a world tour and contending with the rumors that his Odd Future collective is no more. The West Coast producer and rapper displayed his bizarre style on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night while
Samuel Dubose's murderer, University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing, and his fellow police officers are all a bunch of liars. That's the only conclusion to be made when comparing the official police report to what can been seen in
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Safaree Samuels has been a slander punching bag even before he broke up with Nicki Minaj. Thanks to her ex's new man, Meek Mill, sending shots his way (which he responded to with a struggle diss record called "Lifeline"), he
Germany and Bayern Munich football star Jerome Boateng has been inconspicuously showing up at Roc Nation events as of late, and of course there was a good reason as to why.
The 26-year-old international superstar was waiting for the ink
Last night on Comedy Central's Why? with Hannibal Buress, the comedian and Bill Cosby exposer went out to Beverly Hills to look for Meek Mill fans. Actually, the Drake fans were lacking, too.
Also, the musical guest on the show was
Jose Canseco will live as a woman for a week to show "support" for Caitlyn Jenner. Or maybe he just wants to dress as a woman, and isn't quite ready to admit it yet?
Anything is possible, but if Canseco really
Ray Tensing, the former University of Cincinnati police officer that shot and killed 43-year-old Black man Samuel DuBose, had his bail set at $1 million by a Cincinnati judge earlier today. Tensing is the first officer in the city to face