The Grammy Award-nominated star announced his new album but also threw shots at Sheck Wes in the process.

Sheck Wes was arrested in New York City after cops pulled him over in his Lamborghini. Besides getting caught allegedly driving with a firearm and some weed in the whip, the "Mo Bamba" rapper reportedly doesn't have a driver's license.

A$AP Rocky is starting 2020 with clarity and one comment he set out to clear up was his insensitive remarks about the Black Lives Matter movement.


Sheck Wes just caught a legal break as he was able to dodge any charges in the abuse allegations that Roc Nation singer Justine Skye had thrown at him earlier this year.

Justine Skye is covering her legal bases. The Roc Nation singer has been granted a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend, Sheck Wes. 

The Justine Skye and Sheck Wes saga continues to unfold. The Roc Nation sing apparently did seek assistance from police but her claims fell on deaf ears.

Justine Skye is clearly feeling empowered and is doubling down on her allegations that Harlem rapper Sheck Was physically abusive to her. Today (Feb. 12), the Roc Nation singer shared video footage and texts that cast the “Mo Bamba” rapper in the worst of lights. 

Today (Feb. 11), singer Justine Skye took to Twitter to expose her alleged abuser, rapper Sheck Wes. The Roc Nation artist put the “Mo Bamba” rapper on blast while accusing him of stalking her and her current boyfriend (who happens to be rapper GoldLink) and eventually having his goons allegedly attack the couple. 

Justine Skye opened up by sharing eye-opening details of the physical and mental abuse she endured in her new record and video “Build.” After she pressed the like button on a series of tweets implicating rapper Sheck Wes, fans are in full cancel mode and want the “Mo Bamba” rapper outta here.


Sheck Wes really broke out on the scene with his now platinum single “Mo Bamba” and last night the Harlem native took his talents to the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a Halloween inspired performance.


A year after making noise with his breakout single “Mo Bamba,” Sheck Wes finally officially steps into the rap game with his debut album, Mudboy.