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Yung Miami is turning the heat up this summer with her new podcast Caresha Please and the teaser that features a speechless Diddy confirms that she didn’t come to play. 

Sean "Diddy" Combs will bring The Crew League series to his network, featuring a number of celebrities and their friends going head to head in an unscripted show like none other.

Titled Respectfully Justin, the show will make its debut on the REVOLT network this coming Valentine's Day (Feb. 14).

Eminem might have barked up the wrong tree. A newly surfaced track finds the Angry Blonde calling out Diddy's network but the staff wants all the smoke.

Joe Budden continues to flourish in media but it seems he has ruffled the feathers of his former co-worker. Akademiks is in his feelings once again.

Diddy has weighed in on the major case that Byron Allen has against cable giant, Comcast.

Candace Owens, one of the top shoe-shuffling boot shiners for the conservatives, found herself having to defend her beloved MAGA malarkey over the weekend at the REVOLT Summit. In a politics panel that featured a variety of perspectives, T.I. and Owens got into a heated disagreement of what makes America so great as it relates […]

Diddy has another power move in the works. His television network is going wireless to advance their yearly marquee event series.

Joe Budden is done with the rap game (as far as being a “rapper” he says he’s retired), but is now flourishing as a podcast and talk show host. Speaking of the latter, the New Jersey native has announced that Remy Ma and Scottie Beam will be his co-hosts on State of the Culture on […]

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is overseeing a number of projects, which includes serving as an executive producer for the Starz network hit, Power. Taking time out of his busy schedule, the G-Unit mogul clowned Diddy and REVOLT while also propping up his series via Instagram.

A former staffer at REVOLT claims that company CEO Roma Khanna has made racist comments around the office. Sean “Diddy” Combs stepped up to defend Khanna against the allegations, urging that the outlet does not tolerate that manner of behavior.

After Joe Budden’s not so clean split from Complex’s Everyday Struggle late last year, the speculation in early 2018 was that he would take his talent to REVOLT TV. Today (May 14), it was confirmed that Budden has officially signed with Sean “Diddy” Combs’ television network, REVOLT MEDIA & TV.