Megan Thee Stallion is here to help the hotties understand the cryptocurrency game.
The only rapper who can honestly say they "ethered" JAY-Z in a battle is now celebrating a huge financial victory. Guess it's time to start calling the rapper Nasdaq Jones.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are currently all the rave with investors, but lately, NFTs (nonfungible tokens) have grabbed the spotlight.
Have you ever wondered if rappers have too much time on their hands? Kodak Black and Pooh Shiesty are proving they clearly do.
While some are taking to social media to share their preventative measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Soulja Boy is cashing in with his latest investment.
It looks like someone has finally finessed Fofty. One of the Queens rapper’s debts was settled via the welfare program.
Cardi B is all about securing her bags and making sure baby Kulture’s future is good. Billboard reports that the “Money” rapper has filed paperwork to trademark her catchphrase “okurrr.”
Ghostface Killah entered the world of cyrptocurrency with the reported launch o Cream Capital, of which the Wu-Tang Clan Swordsman is a co-founder.
Usually speaking out of turn, scandal or a mix of both leads to rappers getting roasted on social media. This time, Wale innocently shared a loving Nigerian tradition for his daughter’s birthday and Black Twitter lost it.
Chamillionaire has always presented himself as a smart cookie and his latest business merge with Los Angeles venture capital firm Upfront Ventures proves just that.