Andrew Caldwell Says He Touched a Woman for the First Time

Andrew Caldwell, a man who made news last year for declaring himself delivered from homosexuality in front of a church congregation, recently posted a video during which he speaks about “touching a female.”  

Caldwell has gone on record as saying that he is still attracted to men.  “They think that they can preach the homosexuals away in the Church of God in Christ,” he said. “And you can’t.”  His latest video doesn’t seem to confirm or deny his past statements.


Rap Radar Podcast: Tech N9ne

Strange Episode

When it comes to business, Tech N9ne is a boardroom bully. For close to 20 years, he’s applied his hands on approach as CEO of independent juggernaut, Strange Music. Outside of the office, Tech is set to release his 17th album, The Storm. The project features guest stars from across all genres. In this in depth chat, Tech speaks on his new music, family, collaborations, independence, Lil Wayne, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and more. Subscribe on iTunes here.

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Tiny Spotted with Floyd Mayweather

It’s been 8 days since Kanye West was hospitalized. He’s reportedly acting paranoid and is deeply depressed.

Wendy has the latest on his condition.

Then, Madonna’s son Rocco, was arrested for possession of marijuana in London. Is it time for Madonna to regain custody?

Plus, T.I.’s wife Tiny was spotted dancing with his enemy, Floyd Mayweather.

Find out Wendy’s take in Hot Topics.

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Sevyn Streeter Announces ‘Girl Disrupted’ Release Date

Mark your calendars, Street Team.

Sevyn Streeter has announced the release date for her highly-anticipated debut album, Girl Disrupted. The long-awaited project is now slated to arrive on the 7-filled date of Jan. 27, 2017.

Streeter, who’s been teasing the album with a slew of new visuals, confirmed the news with a series of tweets on Tuesday (Nov. 29).

The album will arrive in the midst of her “Girl Disrupted Tour,” which kicks off Jan. 12 in St. Louis and wraps Feb. 12 in Los Angeles.

Over the past few months, Sevyn has released the Gucci Mane-assisted “Prolly,” “My Love for You,” and “D4L,” and more new music is on the way. On Friday, Sevyn is scheduled to drop her latest single from the album, “Before I Do.”

“We should be together,” she sings in the teaser. “Want to let go, but I don’t really know / I heard you got a girlfriend / Trying to go to another level with you.”

Listen to the snippet below.


New Music: Bryan J – ‘You..Tonight’

It’s cuffing season and Bryan J has your soundtrack.

The Georgia-born, Los Angeles-based crooner seduces a special lady on his new single “You..Tonight,” which premiered on Beats 1 and can now be heard exclusively on Rap-Up.

“I need you tonight,” sings the R&B heartthrob on the slow burner, produced by Sean Myer. “To put your loving arms around me.”

Earlier this year, Bryan wowed fans with back-to-back remixes to Rihanna’s “Kiss It Better” and Drake’s “Controlla.” Next up, he is preparing his Hogansville project.

Listen to “You..Tonight” below.


Wiz Khalifa Shares Advice for Kanye West: ‘Smoke Some Weed’

Wiz Khalifa has the cure for Kanye West and it involves some of his famous kush.

On Monday (Nov. 28), the Taylor Gang boss was asked about his former foe’s recent hospitalization, and he offered up some friendly advice.

“He need to smoke some weed,” Mister Cap told TMZ. “Smoke some KK. Make your day-day all better. I’ma send him some to the mental institution.”

Khalifa’s feud with Kanye was sparked in January, after Wiz referenced Khalifa Kush as KK in a tweet. West saw this as a jab at his wife Kim Kardashian and launched an all-out attack.

A phone conversation helped the rappers come to a peaceful resolution, but that changed as public comments continued to fuel competition.

“He apologized,” Wiz said at the time. “I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s squashed though. When you see him talk about it, it doesn’t add up to what he said to me on the phone.”

Earlier this month, West was hospitalized at the UCLA Medical Center, where he is reportedly still being treated for exhaustion, dehydration, depression, and extreme paranoia.