Maino has once again reminded the Hip-Hop community he is always on that type of time. The rapper recently choked Buba100x during an interview.

YouTube removed the page of the adult video platform Pornhub from its services over repeated policy violations.

Cardi B has received additional good news during her birthday month. A judge has ordered Tasha K to pay her four million dollars immediately.

Google and YouTube are proving that they have taste. The two brands brought A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and DJ OMINAYA to perform for their staff at the opening of their new NYC employee campus.

Will Smith reveals to his family that during his weight loss journey, which was the focus of a new series he stars in for YouTube, he came face to face with unaddressed issues regarding his mental health and felt there was one moment that he considered suicide.

TikTok is reportedly nipping at YouTube's feet, well in the United States at least.

While the early returns said that Cassidy bested his rival in Hitman Holla, the battle was a lot closer than some thought.

Clout continues to be one of the greatest downfalls of this new generation. One online personality recently lost his life trying to do the most.

After all of the racist and outright crazy sh*t that he has said on Twitter that many have warned would eventually lead to yesterday's bootleg coup, social media companies have said enough.

On Monday (Dec 14), 2 Chainz announced his latest partnership with YouTube for a new series as part of their #YouTubeBlackVoices Fund initiative, giving Black entrepreneurs a chance to win money for their business.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the senior classes of 2020 will be missing out on traditional graduation ceremonies. But celebs have been stepping up virtually, and the latest star set to address the graduating class will be Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, among others, via YouTube Originals' Dear Class of 2020 event this June.

For some strange reason, JAY-Z's voice is being replicated using artificial intelligence in what is called "deepfakes" on YouTube. Jigga man's company Roc Nation has noticed and is trying to get them taken down.