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Lil Nas X recently got a number of Christ-lovers all in their holy feelings and promptly clapped back at them over his 'Christian era' post.
R&B singer Al B. Sure is visiting lawmakers on Capitol Hill to fight for the restoration of funding for blood tests for organ donor recipients through Medicare. The artist is doing so a year after receiving a life-saving transplant.
Nick Cannon is getting blasted on X after a flier for the Bad Vs. Wild Las Vegas show featured dark-skinned vs. light-skinned women text.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tee Grizzley, Chuck Gibbs, and more.
Former president Donald Trump has raised more alarms about his authoritarian leanings as he told Sean Hannity in an interview that he'd only be a dictator on "day one" if reelected.
Joseph Vincent, a Haitian-American Florida resident, pleaded guilty to his involvement in a plot to murder Haiti's President Jovenel Moïse
You just knew 50 Cent was going to chime in, messily.
Dave Chappelle is back. Actually, he never left, considering the comedian seems to always be in the news, but he does have a new Netflix on special premiering just before the end of the year.
Kid Cudi had some choice words for Rich Paul and Jake Paul regarding his connection with their shared hometown of Cleveland.
Jonathan Majors' assault trial is finally underway. The opening arguments were full of damning allegations about the Creed III star, if accurate, that is also providing fodder for jokes on X, formerly Twitter.
Premiering on Amazon Prime yesterday (December 5), the short film features three unreleased songs that fans will no doubt want to bump ASAP in “Rock Me”, “Torch”, and the James Blake assisted “White Laces."