Fetty Wap and Masika Kalysha have called a truce. Earlier today (Feb. 17) Fetty tweeted a public apology to his new baby’s mother.
Taking a step away from Hip-Hop’s Cash Kings (and Queens), Forbes is betting on a list of money makers on the come up. Fetty Wap, Dej Loaf, and Logic landed on the publication’s list of “Next Richest Rappers.”
For nearly 50 years, Calvin Klein has been one of America’s top fashion houses. The company has unleashed its campaign, featuring Kendrick Lamar and others for its new Spring 2016 lineup.
Wait….what is happening here? It seems like just yesterday when Fetty Wap and Masika Kalysha were teasing their smash sessions for The ‘Gram.
The Wrasslerap movement is far from dead. In fact, a pair of its biggest spokesmen, Smoke DZA and Wale, connect on a new track titled “Absolutely Perfect.”
Congrats are in order for A$AP Rocky Fetty Wap and ScHoolboy Q in celebration of their latest honor. Forbes spotlighted the rappers in its annual “30 under 30” list of young entrepreneurs and “break out talents” across various categories like music, education, commerce, media, and sports.
Fetty Wap won’t be winning any new fans if this is true. According to sources, the New Jersey rapper asked his pending baby mama, former Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Masika Kalysha, to abort the pregnancy, then got indignant when she refused.
Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” one of 16 tracks to appear on his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, To Pimp A Butterfly, receives a jazzy remix courtesy of Terrace Martin, a key figure in crafting the album’s jazz-influenced sound.
Congratulations are in order as Fetty Wap is expecting a child with former Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Masika Kalysha. However, it turns out the New Jersey rapper wasn’t too fond about how the world got the news.
Fetty Wap’s omission for Best New Artist for the upcoming Grammy Awards is huge but no surprising according to 50 Cent.