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GloRilla, The Clipse, Kendrick Lamar & more moments from the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards.

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Fat Joe is one of the few Hip-Hop artists from the early 90s who’s still been able to keep himself relevant in 2022, and for that he deserves all the flowers in the Bronx Botanical Garden.

This week on Black Ink Crew: Chicago, Don and Ashely go to therapy to scream at each other some more. Ryan is tired of paying all the bills while his employees are no shows and Draya’s meeting with her dad was a mess.

Lil Nas X continues to use his star power to empower the people. He is the face of Coach’s new “Courage To Be Real” campaign.

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Rejoice OVO loyalists for the King of The North, Drake, plans on traveling south of his border and descending upon his loyal subjects for a one-night only concert at Harlem’s iconic theater, The Apollo.

French Basketball Player Steeve Ho You Fat is trending on Twitter after a game between G League Ignite and Metropolitans 92.

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After taking a lengthy break from the game, Fabolous has been dropping off new work and visuals as of late to show and prove he’s still one of the game’s illest lyricist, and today he continues to make that case even stronger.

Tiffany & Co. and Beyoncé are extending the summer vibes. The American luxury jewelry brand has shot a new campaign set to her “Summer Renaissance” song.

GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker is facing intense scrutiny after a former girlfriend has come forward to state that he paid for her to have an abortion in 2009. She provided proof in an interview with the Daily Beast, which includes receipts for the procedure and a check from the former Heisman Trophy winner.

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Reebok has been dropping some overlooked heat as of late. The brand continues to remix some of its more popular silhouettes such as Allen Iverson’s “Question” signature kicks.

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Things in the streets of New York are getting so wild that even women are getting in on the violence and in Times Square no less.