Snoop Dogg says that legendary vocalist Dionne Warwick "out-gangstered" him and some of his Death Row Records cohorts.
The legendary vocalist has proven to be savvy with social media and she reportedly spoke with Taylor about the idea of a potential series.
At a fresh 80 years old, Dionne Warwick is still making power moves. The iconic singer will be collaborating with the same artists—Chance The Rapper and The Weeknd— she recently trolled on Twitter on a song, with the proceeds going to feed the hungry.
On Monday (Dec 7), the soulful icon took to Twitter to dispel comments that her feisty tweets were that of a handler. After being dubbed the "queen of Twitter," Warwick sent out a special message to the "naysayers" who had something to say about her online activity.
Chance The Rapper has had quite a week. Not only did the Chicago rapper get sued by his former manager, he also got trolled by legendary R&B singer Dionne Warwick, too.
The lovefest and sing-off was expertly done as expected but a surprise visit from an old friend took things over the top.
OG’s will and have a right to share their opinions, no matter the ramifications. Case in point, Dionne Warwick recently expressed her belief that Beyoncé was not an icon, yet—so of course, some of, the Beyhive and Twitter got all in their feelings.
Happy Founders Day to the Zeta Phi Beta sorority! On this day in 1920 on the campus of the famed Howard University, five young women, also known as the “five pearls,” would begin the historically black Greek-lettered sorority that has grown international in scope.