I’ll get right to it: T.I.—the rapper who entered the indelible lines “Bring ‘em out, bring ‘em out” into history—has been nominated for a Tony Award for his song on The SpongeBob SquarePants Musical. Apparently, everyone who’s anyone had a song on the Broadway musical soundtrack, which is nominated for Best Original…
It’s celebrity feuds like this which plunge me into the throes of claps and clap-backs, and, when finally subsided, leave me wondering: who am I? What were my core beliefs prior to reading this story?
Since the harrowing events of October 3, 2016, when Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris apartment and left bound and gagged in her bathroom, police have been meticulously reviewing video footage and other evidence from that night. And now, after having made 17 arrests, investigators suspect that the…
Last night Ariana Grande Notes’ed a story about a gross interaction with a fan of her boyfriend Mac Miller that ended in said fan telling her boyf “Ariana is sexy as hell man I see you, I see you hitting that!!!” The backlash to the story was swift, with people crawling out of the mire to tell her that hey, maybe she…
On Wednesday night, T.I.’s Irving Plaza concert erupted in violence when Roland Collins, a.k.a. Troy Ave, allegedly opened fire in a greenroom. A bodyguard to Troy Ave, 30-year-old Edgar McPhatter, was shot in the torso and died at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital.
The recent baby shower of Tiny, wife of T.I., was disturbed when the cater chef hired to make the appetizers showed up two hours late, got into an argument with the hosts, then left almost immediately, taking the apps with him. Naturally, this bad boy cook has a bad boy name: Chef Kool.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Martha Stewart struggles with spell check, T.I. is still an idiot and hopefully Tyra Banks figures out how to relax.
This week, TI appeared on DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show to discuss important political topics—or shall I say, TI holographed in from 1954 to drop his extremely idiotic opinions about how a woman shouldn’t be president because we make rash decisions and could nuke something.
Question for the ages: Are T.I. and Iggy Azalea still tight with each other? Over the past week, the two have been talking it out in public by not talking with each other, which is the best way to deal with conflict.
N: "Feel the Light," from the Home soundtrack, sounds bright and idealistic, exactly what you'd expect for an animated kids' movie. Sadly, J. Lo's not the right person for a ballad. [Idolator]
Iggy Azalea has a bad habit of responding to every bit of criticism about her music. T.I. then responds to Iggy's response to her critics. They should both just not.
The Azealia Banks and Iggy Azalea beef will never, ever die. In this roller-coaster interview with New York radio station Hot 97, Banks once again explains her dilemma with Iggy and tears up while addressing her frustrations with the music business.
Raven-Symoné took to Instagram to deny rumors that Bill Cosby molested her while she was on The Cosby Show.
This week, gossip blogs buzzed with news that The Family Hustle star Tameka "Tiny" Harris stopped by a doctor's office during a trip to Tunisia and underwent eye implant surgery, swapping her brown irises for new ice grey peepers. You're probably wondering, 'Is this a real thing?' Yes, yes it is.
Five female rappers are getting a shot at stardom through a new show called Sisterhood of Hip Hop and here's hoping it's more The (White) Rapper Show than Love and Hip-Hop.
During the Tony Awards on Sunday, Hugh Jackman was joined onstage by rappers T.I. and LL Cool J to do a rap version of the "The Music Man."
"I Just Can't Describe" is the new track from Jennifer Hudson, and in the video, she shows off her fit-as-hell post-Weight-Watchers body by rocking bustiers, bra-tops and a swimsuit. Also, her short hairdo is on point. The song has a throwback vibe — super reminiscent of the Mary Jane Girls classic "In My House." Dig…
In an interview with BBC1, Robin Thicke finally responded to charges of misogyny in the lyrics and video for his song "Blurred Lines." Many critics felt that the song trivializes the importance of consent (consent being the "line" that gets "blurred," because Thicke "know[s] you want it"), and objected to the fact…