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Talib Kweli is suing. The Brooklyn rapper has filed a lawsuit against Jezebel—a news and pop culture websits aimed at women—claiming a 2020 story from the outlet has caused him “emotional distress.”


Kanye West set the Internet on fire after his now infamous appearance on Drink Champs. The reactions from fans were swift, and the peers he name-checked—often with at least a hint of slander (by the social media definition)—were quick to retort. 

Talib Kweli took to social media to announce confirmation that the iconic rap group De La Soul now has control over their masters, thanks to negotiations with Reservoir Media who had purchased their former label, Tommy Boy Records two months ago.


Talib Kweli and DJ Eque are getting divorced, but there is a dispute over how long the former couple has been separated. According to the Brooklyn rapper, they formally separated back in 2015, but Eque says it didn't happen until 2020.


As for why Talib Kweli chose to make an entire project with Diamond D alone, he explained in a press release that DD embodied the culture and environment he was raised in.

Kanye West isn’t the only rapper whose wife is calling it a wrap on their marriage. Brooklyn MC Talib Kweli issued a statement after his estranged wife, DJ Eque, filed for divorce.

Another rapper who was thought to be living righteous has been apparently doing way too much. One of the biggest social media brands has sat Talib Kweli down.

The Brooklyn rapper, who seems apparently banned from Twitter after a two-week tweetstorm argument against a Black woman, keeps taking losses online via his detractors.

Even though Flavor Flav does not have the cleanest track record it seems his partner in rhyme is the one doing shady business. The world’s greatest hype man has something to say about Chuck’s recent explanation.

Chuck D and Flavor Flav seemingly have reconciled, but according to the frontman, the duo actually never broke up.

If you follow Talib Kweli online long enough, you’ll realize he seems to have plenty of time to battle racist online trolls. According to the Brooklyn MC, the eternal onslaught is actually empowering, and necessary.