Since being released from prison, Lil Boosie has become a critical voice against rappers using “gimmicks” to portray a false lifestyle to their fans. The Louisiana rapper sat down with NiteCap with Peter Bailey to discuss the power of music to influence people, the stupidity in glorifying prison, monogamy, and more.
Rappers Chuck D and 50 Cent are among the celebrities who will appear on the SundanceTV docuseries, “Dream School.” “Dream School” is a television series that features celebrity teachers mentoring students who have dropped out of high school.
G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, Young Buck and 50 Cent appear on the cover of XXL’s October/November issue.
Mass Appeal is set to present a tribute to Texas rapper Chad “Pimp C” Butler at a concert October 11, 2014 as part of the tenth-annual A3C Festival, according to a press release. The tribute is scheduled to be hosted by fellow UGK member Bun B.
Snoop Dogg is an investor in reddit, according to the website.
Puff Daddy recently spoke with Access Hollywood Live about his relationship and praise for Jennifer Lopez. During the interview, Puff was asked to analyze J. Lo’s “Booty” video with Iggy Azalea. Speaking of Lopez, Puff says he’s “lucky” that he’s dated her.
Chris Brown referred to TMZ CEO Harvey Levin as “the devil” in an Instagram post, according to XXL.
Big K.R.I.T. is slated to release his Cadillactica album November 11, according to a press release.
After performing in New Haven, Connecticut earlier this month, Sheek Louch confirmed that a joint tour between G-Unit and The Lox is in the works.
After being seen in multiple pictures with Slowbucks in recent months despite his father’s feud with the street brand entrepreneur, 50 Cent’s son Marquise Jackson posted a picture of himself alongside Floyd Mayweather on Facebook last week. The image was posted in the midst of an ongoing and back-and-forth feud between 50 Cent and the boxer.
Marquise Jackson posted the image on two Facebook accounts with the caption, “With Tank and Floyd.”