Vanilla Ice is being called a pathological liar by the man who claimed to be the pen behind the iconic recorded "Ice Ice Baby."
Vanilla Ice is still getting to the bag decades after his biggest hit, and communal slander from the cullture. Samsung has partnered with Robert Van Winkle to help fight climate change via a catchy remix.
Even though his promising career turned into the proverbial punchline in Rap, Vanilla Ice is still getting to the bag. He has shot a commercial updating Sir Mix-a-Lot “Baby Got Back”.
Vanilla Ice has never gotten respect in the culture, and never will. So it only makes sense that the OG culture vulture was booked to perform at Mar-a-Lago on New Year's Eve.
Vanilla Ice blazed the charts three decades ago with his massive hit "Ice Ice Baby" en route to becoming a Hip-Hop punchline in the 1990s. While the Dallas rapper has reinvented himself several times, a green light was given to go forward with a biopic titled To The Extreme.
Vanilla Ice may have thought the pandemic was the perfect time for him reemerge back on the scene, but after fans gave their response to his upcoming concert he quickly saw he was not a vibe. Earlier this week the 90's rapper best known for his 1989 hit "Ice Ice Baby", took to Instagram to announce he was bringing the 90s back to Austin with a concert, despite public health officials advising the public to stay home.
Yesterday (September 5) a flight from Dubai that landed at JFK International Airport in NYC containing 549 passengers and crew on board was quarantined when a mysterious illness spread throughout the plane. One of those passengers was indeed Robert Matthew Van Winkle aka Vanilla Ice.
Vanilla Ice is just the person that comes to mind when one makes mention of the Selma to Montgomery marches in Alabama, right? All jokes aside, the “Ice Ice Baby” artist will be one of many performers in Selma this weekend at a three-hour BET concert crafted to honor the 50th anniversary of the historic […]
Florida has enough crazies running around to be worried about former struggle rappers adding to the police paperwork, but Vanilla Ice happened the other day, nonetheless. The 47-year-old personality born Robbie Van Winkle was busted raiding a vacant house in Lantana, FL like your average run-of-the-mill house squatter. Via TMZ: Vanilla Ice has been arrested […]
Hip-Hop culture has always been a lucrative means to lure in fans into subscribing to a product and that couldn’t be more evident than rapper cameos in movies as well as various television shows.