Rich Homie Quan
As one of the hottest new talents in Rap, Rich Homie Quan has been in the news for an array of reasons. He stopped by The Breakfast Club to deliver some much needed updates.
Rape is about as bad as it gets as far as heinous acts goes. But why anyone would recount the tale on wax is a wonder of monumental proportion.
Rich Homie Quan returns with 20 new tracks and earns the “gaudiest mixtape title of the year” award in one fell swoop with If You Ever Think I Will Stop Going In Ask Royal Rich.
Rich Homie Quan is currently under the watchful eye of the law after turning himself into Miami police for an alleged assault on a security guard.
On Wednesday (April 8), Rich Homie Quan turned himself into Miami police two weeks after a LIV nightclub security guard accused him of assault.
As previously reported, Rich Homie Quan channeled his inner James Bond when he allegedly assaulted a security guard at Miami’s Liv nightclub and fled the scene in a speed boat. While that makes for a great story, it’s said to be false.
Love & Hip Hop: New York star, and stripper, Jhonni Blaze is a loose cannon. Meanwhile, Rich Homie Quan has earned the name Rich Homie Bond after allegedly 2-piecing security at LIV in Miami and bouncing out like a thief in the night, on a speed boat.
Like a scene out of Miami Vice, rapper Rich Homie Quan is accused of assaulting security guard, Christian Cajigas, at LIV nightclub in South Beach, just before making his grand escape in a speedboat.
It’s 2015 and yes, we’re still talking about the N-word. That’s because people can’t get it through their heads that not everyone can say it. The rules seem to be pretty simple for most— Black people can say it if they choose to, white people can’t.