Two of the game’s most favored Hip-Hop wifey’s spent the 4th of July holiday with a Cash Money Millionaire.
Now that marijuana legalization is a reality in states such as Colorado and Washington, there’s a momentum across the nation to make use of the green leaf legal. On the red carpet at the 2014 Grammy Awards this past Sunday, several stars weighed in on the weed debate with some surprising answers from some.
Nicki Minaj wants to keep your attention, and rightfully so. What with all the a*s enthusiasm around the ‘Net these days, a girls gotta do something to keep herself in the mix.
Hip-Hop has always been an accommodating and embracing culture. Lately, it seems like white women have been taking advantage of this trait, staking claims in the game and sparking debates about the motives behind they forays into the rap world. Miley Cyrus was no where near the beginning folks, this has been an ongoing trend.
We’re posting this strictly for archival purposes, and to at least document the f-ckery. YMCMB’s Paris Hilton drops her new single, “Good Time,” featuring Lil Wayne.
Out of all the artists in the world, YMCMB signed Paris Hilton. That said, the heiress previews her new single, “Good Time,” featuring questionable bars Lil Wayne.
Check out some of the stories that caught our eye on the Internets on this Friday the 13th.
Former cooking show maven Paula Deen got cooked, no pun intended, by Twitter after admitting her fondness for the N-Word in a court deposition. Although the one-time Food Network star went on a “I’m Not A Racist” apology tour, it all rang hollow in the end. Deen isn’t the first celebrity to show racist tendencies, however.
J.Cole revealed in a radio interview yesterday (May 23) that he’s tapped the ladies of TLC to drop vocals on his forthcoming sophomore album, Born Sinner. The Roc Nation rapper dropped the bombshell that his new prioject will feature no other rappers.
A couple of weeks ago, we asked why was Paris Hilton in Birdman’s video for “Tap Out.” Now we know. The hand rub kingpin has signed the socialite to Cash Money Records. This is not a joke.
Birdman has a penchant for going all out. For the forthcoming video for “Tap Out,” the YMCMB family is represented by Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, Nicki Minaj, and even Bow Wow. But Baby ups the ante by landing cameos from Paris Hilton, Christina Milian and Kimora Lee, among others.
This past weekend during Art Basel in Miami, Jay-Z opened up the doors to LIV at The Fontainebleu to celebrate the launch of his D’usse cognac.
In the world of bizarre collaborations, Lil Wayne lends the based goddess, Paris Hilton, some bars on her new single, “Last Night.”