It’s that time of year again, when your favorite artists and people you vaguely recognize from the Billboard Music Awards start releasing songs that will hopefully build up enough steam by June to earn a permanent spot in your summer barbecue mix. Today, DJ Khaled has delivered. Considering he doesn’t actually sing or…
The video for Nicki Minaj’s “No Frauds” dropped Wednesday morning, and it’s a disappointing and forgettable trudge through an underutilized city (she filmed in London, but doesn’t do much there) and clubs that look like they could be in the States. You’d think such a nasty and satisfying diss track with lines like…
Harrison Garcia, aka “Cuban Harry,” was convicted yesterday on five felonies related to armed drug trafficking. During his trial, feds revealed they were investigating Lil Wayne and Chris Brown because of their ties to Garcia. He faces life in prison and will be sentenced June 3.
Harrison Garcia, who has been referred to as a “27-year-old schmuck” by his own defense lawyer, currently awaits trial in Miami, having been accused of illegally selling marijuana, Xanax, and lean. Garcia reportedly referred to himself as the “CEO of Purple Drank,” and his Instagram handle is muhammad_a_lean.
Nicki Minaj finally took the good advice that she should dump Meek Mill. She is now posting pics with her very dear friend Drake again, from whom she was cruelly separated by his long and ridiculous beef with her former boyfriend. In this, at least, all is as it should be.
Gigi Hadid walked the runway for Tommy Hilfiger in February 2015, but was forced to cover her body in a hideous, oversized poncho with unfortunate dolman sleeves because she wasn’t “quite as thin” as the other models.
Angela “Cheeky Blakk” Woods released “Twerk Something” in 1994. It was the first song with the word “twerk” in the title and the second song to ever mention twerking at all (New Orleans’ DJ Jubilee’s “Do the Jubilee All” was the first in 1992). “You think about twerking, it came from Cheeky,” said bounce…
Last month, Lil Wayne said that because he performed at a show where the audience was mostly white, there was “no such thing as racism.” Excuse me? Hm. Now he wants to clear things up.
Did Lil Wayne retire from rap via early morning tweet? Hmmm.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chrissy Teigen recieves a gift, Ryan Reynolds comes for Refinery29 and Lil Wayne endorses Hillary Clinton.
Rapper Lil Wayne was hospitalized last week after his epilepsy reared its head and caused an especially severe seizure.
The mainstream world continues to discover DJ Khaled through his Snapchat success, and the latest guest to the Palestinian’s Success! party is The Daily Show.
On Monday night Drake released the video for “Hotline Bling”—his maybe inspired, maybe remixed take on D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha.” As he has rather consistently done for the past few years, Drake delivered in the most deliberately viral and Drake-y way: like a huge dork.
It’s unclear if this screenshot is real or not—plugging these Work IDs and ISWCs into ASCAP’s non-member search yields a giant, fat “No Results Found.” But a gal can dream, can’t she?
“Where my bad bitches at?” asked Nicki Minaj, dressed in a gold bra, fringed hotpants, and matching knee boots that made her look like Artemis, Wonder Woman, and Flash Gordon all at once. “Are these niggas treating you right? First of all, you guys got motherfucking nerve; I’m gonna need you all to get on the floor…
Now that the world has begun spinning again after screeching to a halt with the news of Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s divorce yesterday, the tabloids are all attempting to figure out what the hell happened. What drove them apart? Who drove them apart? People has published a history of their marriage troubles as…
“Quasi straight” actress/author/talk show host/dancer/choreographer Rosie Perez had a lesbian relationship in middle school with a girl named ‘Michelle,’ whom, apparently, Rosie wanted to “hump all the time.”
The only thing better than
Magic Mike Channing Tatum shaking his junk in front of a fictional, film-cast crowd is Channing Tatum shaking his junk atop a float in front of a real, live crowd while tossing promotional trinkets for Magic Mike XXL.
Mid-May, Cash Money Records recording artist and professional DJ Paris Hilton unleased the video for “High Off My Love,” a fairly pat electro banger splashed in rote, festival-friendly white-noise wash and the requisite trap interlude featuring label boss Birdman. It’s so dumb. I love it!