YG and Saweetie? For real?
YG was on hand to witness the announcement of a partnership between his philanthropic venture, TeleHealth Vans, and the city of Hawthorne, California which will provide mental health outreach among other services to those who are homeless and low-income in the city.
The new collaboration will be a new take on the Classic LX which will be remixed into the Compton Country Club campaign and pay homage to K-Swiss's heritage in the tennis field.
Economic empowerment should be top of mind for any person of color that survived 2020. One rapper is bossing up in a multi billion dollar business.
Earlier this week during his interview with online radio show, The Morning Hustle, YG touched on the incident, revealing that while he was being arrested the police not only had their guns drawn on him but the entire family that was with him at the time.
YG is serious when it comes to snitching, so when Nicki Minaj teamed up with proud snitch Tekashi69 for their problematic hit "Trollz", the Cali rapper says he's done working with her. During an interview with Los Angeles's 92.3 The Real on the Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed show, YG made it plain that he sticks to the street code and would no longer be collaborating with Nicki Minaj after she teamed up with, the caped for 69.
Despite COVID-19 shutting everything down, BET refused to let the pandemic canceled the Blackest Awards show on the planet.
YG might have some explaining to do. Yesterday (June 7), the Compton rapper helped organize a massive Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles—which he also used for a music video.
Compton-born rapper, YG, is the latest celebrity to throw his name behind the conspiracy theory falsely linking 5G wireless service with the spread of the coronavirus.
YG was greeted today (Jan. 24) by an early morning raid on his home by the cops. Reportedly, the Compton rapper has been arrested for robbery.
New year, new YG. The always very outspoken Bompton-born rapper is turning over a new leaf in the new decade and is apologizing for the views he held towards the LGBTQ community.
Back in 2016, West Coast rapper YG turned heads with his Nipsey Hussle-assisted song “FDT (F*ck Donald Trump)” from his second studio album, Still Brazy. At this weekend’s Camp Flog Gnaw Festival, YG invited Stormy Daniels onstage to perform the track and she even threw in a little slander and shade towards the president.