The Coronavirus has people going to extreme measures to avoid getting sick. A WorldStar exec has apparently been kicking it in Asia, so at one point he deemed it in his best interest to fly in a full bodysuit.
WorldStarHipHop founder Lee “Q” O’Denat has passed away. He was just 43-years-old.
While Offset is still locked up, two thirds of the Migos, Takeoff and Quavo are still handling business and making moves. That includes dropping a “Worldwide Rich” collection in collaboration with WorldstarHipHop that is now available exclusively at Footaction.
Russell Simmons is an icon in Hip-Hop circles, but this will certainly elicit side-eyes. Uncle Rush is teaming with Worldstar Hip Hop to develop projects for television.
There is no denying the influence of WorldStarHipHop. But at what cost has oft-criticized video aggregation site come to dominate the Internets? The controversial site’s founder, Lee “Q” O’Denat, sat down for a rare interview and offered insight on its creation, growth and critics.
Childish Gambino has more to give, as he returns with a new track called “Worldstar.” Yes, that’s a reference to the website.