Christina Milian

Christina Milian caught the wrath of Twitter users after she tweeted Wednesday night that #AllLivesMatter, inviting a firestorm of critique. The R&B singer has since deleted the tweet and apologized for the offense, but it wasn’t enough to calm the chaos that visited her mentions until Thursday morning.

Lil Wayne cans secretly lust after Christina Milian all he wants, she’s still done with him. At least that’s what one of Milian’s suspiciously obvious tweets claims.

Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”

Christina Milian’s split from Lil Wayne won’t ruin her ongoing dream of music stardom. The “singer” is releasing an “album” later this year, so she’s staying on Young Money.

Grand opening, grand closing. After about a year of dating, Lil Wayne and Christina Milian have broken up—you care. 

Jhené Aiko is one of the most influential R&B stars to hit the scene in a very long time. It was only a matter of time before a clothing brand came knocking in attempts to channel her soul into threads and fabric.

Christian Millian is still pretending that she doesn’t want to talk about her relationship with Lil Wayne, while constantly talking about her relationship with Lil Wayne. That’s how the business goes sometimes.

Now that the cat is out of the bag, Christina Milian was asked to further elaborate about her ongoing relationship with Lil Wayne and, in turn, his past affiliation with Karrine “Superhead” Steffans during a recent interview.

Finally, Christina Milian openly admits what talking heads have been speculating for months: she “loves” Lil Wayne.

The curious case of Lil Wayne and Christina Milian’s relationship has been a matter of assumption for months, until now.

The world is currently enguled in Sorry 4 The Wait 2 fever and the prime reason for that is they don’t have Tha Carter V in their clutches.

Chance The Rapper’s #SaveChicago campaign earned him Chicago’s 2014 “Outstanding Youth of the Year” award. Calling the achievement an “honor,” the Midwest wordsmith continued his service into the new year at the inaugural Get Schooled, Get Connected Challenge on Monday (January 19) at Malcolm X College.