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The Louisiana rapper caught a stray bullet in a fan's attempt to support Meg and he wasn't having it.
JT and Yung Miami give their take on the debate over sexually-charged raps, which was reignited by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' single.
Nicole Young has reportedly subpoenaed Dre's longtime accountant for copies of all of his business and accounting records dating back 10 years.
South Korean toy company CoolrainLABO designed a custom action figure that even features some of Lil Boat's ice and a Louis Vuitton bag.
The Doggfather told Mayor Marty Small Sr. (a big fan of the West Coast MC) about his plans to invest in New Jersey.
The Oakland spitter tells HipHopDX she "deserved that shit."
Jimmy Winfrey a.k.a. PeeWee Roscoe, an alleged affiliate of Young Thug and Birdman, has spent years behind bars for the 2015 shooting.
The two Brooklyn drill pioneers have partnered with RCA through their Winners Circle Entertainment imprint.
None of the artists appear in the visual, however.
The Roc Nation-managed singer's 'Teenage Fever' LP is scheduled to drop on Friday (August 14).
Many people suspect Ye's in cahoots with the Trump campaign.
The NBA's Kyle Kuzma, Danny Green and Derrick Jones Jr. as well as the WNBA's Katie Lou Samuelson and Skylar Diggins-Smith have all worn the sneaker in games.
Everyone knows how much the 24-year-old rapper loves trolling.
The sexually explicit song, which appears on his debut album 'Top Shotta,' is a bizarre choice for a basketball clip.
The Goodie Mob OG originally said women rappers like them are simply "desperate" for attention.
The Charlotte rapper tweeted, "You got me fucked up you think I ain’t voting for Ye" and was promptly dragged.
The singer surpasses hits by Drake, Bruno Mars and himself on the Hot R&B Songs chart.
Some rap fans fully embraced the raunchy track while others were turned off by its graphic content.
The former "Wild 'N Host" host was fired last month after comments he made to Professor Griff were deemed anti-Semitic.
"This movie ["Black Panther"] literally made an idea of what Africa could really be and what it could really look like for the future.