Derrick Rose Allegedly Pressured Rape Accuser into Foursome w/ Another Man

Earlier this year, allegations were made against New York Knicks player Derrick Rose and a few of his friends for allegedly gang-raping a woman. Now, the same woman is putting the NBA star on blast, saying that he was “victim blaming” and constantly bugged the woman to have threesomes and foursomes. According to court documents, the woman had a continuous romantic relationship with Derrick Rose. The relationship included different elements like raunchy text messages along with the constant requests for adding new partners into the mix. The court document also noted that Rose “made great efforts to get the Plaintiff to engage in sexual activity that she was not comfortable with. Starting with requests for her to masturbate on video, which she refused, and, after a year-and-a-half of dating, moving to requests to have group sex, which she always refused.”

During his deposition, Derrick Rose was asked if he sent the woman a text about having threesomes and foursomes. The attorney asked the NBA star if he texted: “So you want me to f*ck your friend?” to which he responded “Man, he just like my brother. That won’t affect our relationship.” Although Rose maintains that the sex was consensual between him and the woman, she is suing him and his friend Ryan Allen for $21 million in California Federal Court.



Waka Flocka Says Chris Brown's Accuser Should be in Jail

Waka Flocka joined a growing list of celebrities who’ve come out in Chris Brown’s defense, when he vocalized his doubt of the allegations brought about by Baylee Curran, on Wednesday, August 31. Waka initially backed Chris over social media on Tuesday night, tweeting #SupportCB hours after police arrested the singer for assault with a deadly weapon. Since the news of the incident broke, Curran has become the focus of skepticism, with her story being cited for inconsistencies, and her past rearing her involvement in a New York City hotel theft.

“I think that girl needs to sit her ass in jail,” Waka Flocka told a TMZ reporter who caught up with him at LAX airport. “And you know [it] if my gangster ass saying that. She needs some help.”

Law enforcement’s reaction to Curran’s accusations that Brown put a gun to her head while hosting her as a guest in his home has been criticized by some who’ve deemed it an overreaction. Upon learning that Brown was armed, a squad was sent to surround his mansion and reports of a “standoff” began to circulate the media. According to Curran, after the incident, she expressed her desire to leave the company of Brown and his friends, but they attempted to restrain her until she signed a non-disclosure agreement. Curran says she made a run for it and was able to contact police. But questions have begun to arise from her account of what happened, after she insisted in an interview that she never touched the diamond jewelry piece said to be the source of her confrontation with Brown, after saying in a previous interview that she had indeed put her hands on it.

Since his arrest, 50 Cent, Lil Mama, Keke Palmer, K. Michelle and others in the entertainment industry have expressed their concerns and support for Brown.



Watch the All-Star Remake of Black Eyed Peas’ ‘#WHERESTHELOVE’

The “Love” is here. Thirteen years after the original, the Black Eyed Peas call for peace, love, and unity once again with the reimagined all-star version of their 2003 Elephunk single, “Where’s the Love?”

Of course, the 2016 edition features BEP stars, Fergie,, and Taboo, but it also includes their famous friends such as Diddy, Cassie, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, Nicole Scherzinger, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Jessie J, Andra Day, Tori Kelly, Ty Dolla $ign, Usher, DJ Khaled, Jhené Aiko (and her daughter), Wiz Khalifa, LL Cool J, Usher, and Justin Timberlake, who appeared on the original as well.

The powerful black-and-white video stars the aforementioned artists, plus Kendall Jenner, Rosario Dawson, Alton Sterling’s aunt, Philando Castile’s mother, religious leaders, police offers, and a 40-member children’s choir.

“Overseas, yeah, they’re tryna stop terrorism / Over here, on the streets, the police shoot the people, put the bullets in ’em,” raps Diddy, while Khaled proclaims, “Love is the key!”

A$AP Rocky and Jaden Smith join together and share their frustration. “My mama ask me why I never vote,” raps Rocky. “‘Cause policeman want me dead and gone / That election looking like a joke / And the weed man still selling dope / Somebody gotta give these ni**as hope / All he ever wanted was a smoke.”

Inspired by recent tragedies, the Peas decided it was time to revive the track for a new generation. “Millennials are powerful,” said will. “I don’t think they realize just how powerful they are…I hope this song inspires the millennials to go all out, scream from the tallest mountain, care like your freedom depends on it. Pay attention like that is at risk.”

All proceeds from the sale of the song in the U.S. will be donated to’s non-profit foundation,

Watch the video via Apple Music


New Music: Chris Brown – ‘What Would You Do?’

A day after his arrest on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, Chris Brown gets back to the music. But he’s not singing the blues. Instead, Breezy asks “What Would You Do?” on his dance floor-ready jam, which may also be a response to his current situation.

“What do you do? Fighting for your life and no one’s on your side,” he sings. “I can’t stand to lose / You see you’re in too deep and don’t know where to hide / I got a question: What do you do?”

Brown was arrested on Tuesday at his Tarzana home after former beauty queen Baylee Curran accused him of threatening her with a gun. He has since posted $250,000 bail and was released from jail.

Prior to the setback, he had been working on his next album Heartbreak on a Full Moon and recently premiered the video for “Grass Ain’t Greener.”

Hear him let the music speak.


New Music: Gucci Mane feat. Travis Scott – ‘Last Time’

It’s lit. On the last day of Woptober, Gucci Mane unleashes his fiery collaboration with Travis Scott, “Last Time.”

Guwop kicks things off, reflecting on his past as a drug user (“I’m an ex-ex-popper, an online shopper”) and addressing the Internet rumors (“Ni**as thought I was a clone, they heard me speak proper”).

Travis provides a healthy dose of Auto-Tune on his verses and the hook. “Last time I took drugs, I just took half of it,” he sings over trickling piano keys.

Gucci’s album Everybody Looking arrived last month, while Travis’ sophomore album Birds in the Trap Sing McNight has been plagued by delays.

Listen to Guwop and La Flame come together on the trap banger.