It seems Hip-Hop is backing YoungBoy Never Broke Again like never before. A petition to free him has already surpassed 100,000 signatures.
Barack Obama’s legacy continues to flourish years after leaving The White House. A request to place his likeness on a New York City street was received very well by Americans.
A$AP Rocky and his ongoing ordeal in Sweden has sparked the creation of a petition to hopefully spring the rapper from a reportedly poorly-kept prison. So far, the petition has over 370,000 signatures and counting, all in hopes that it gets the attention of officials in the European nation.
21 Savage isn’t in the best space right now, but his supporters are trying to have his back as best they can. After being targeted by ICE, the rapper has reportedly been in lock down 23 hours per day.
A petition has been launched to have Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf take a hard look at Meek Mill's recent probation violation case.
After Kanye West defied the evens and conquered Glastonbury, he has another non-American sect of people who don’t want to see him sully their beloved land.
Jay Z has a problem and it involves Barneys New York and racism. After a couple of individuals recently came forward claiming they were racially profiled after shopping at the luxury department store, a Change.org petition has been drawn up calling for the rapper/mogul to end his relationship with the retailer.
Drake and J. Cole recently came under fire for lyrics in their song “Jodeci Freestyle” that made light of sufferers of autism. The latter—who rhymes “I’m artistic, you ni–as is autistic, retarded,” on the song—has offered up an apology via a lengthy letter where he explains his regret and remorse over the matter.
Dr. Dre has spent years building up his name and is not letting anyone use it for a come up. Even if they are not trying to. As reported by AllHipHop, lawyers for the legendary beat maker have threatened producer Drew Reyes with a petition of his trademark for using the stage name “DiamondDRE.” After […]
<strong>Too $hort’s</strong> 19th album, <strong><em>No Trespassing</em></strong>, drops on February 28, but lately his words have been getting more attention than his music. A video billed as “Fatherly Advice” was posted on XXLMag.com that had <a href="http://hiphopwired.com/2012/02/16/xxl-magazine-staffers-suspended-over-controversial-too-hort-video/" target="_blank">$hort Dog suggesting boys carry out what amounted to s*xual assault</a>. The Oakland rap legend explained to <strong>Hip-Hop Wired</strong> that he conducted the interview thinking it was going to be a comedic clip, not serious advice.