The NBA offseason is more than just free agency, it’s a highlight reel of players showing off either refined or newly developed skills via social media. One star player that has received much ridicule over the course of his short career is Ben Simmons.
While A$AP Rocky remains in a Swedish jail over an assault charge, his detainment could cost the European nation unforetold millions if Rocky is eventually found not guilty. https://www.vladtv.com/article/256621/update-aap-rockys-attacker-reportedly-will-not-be-charged
OJ Da Juiceman leaves nothing but more bars for the follow up to his 2013’s “No Hook“. Backed by DJ Durel, OJ reunites with Guwup and brings some new enforcement on this trap anthem. OJ Da Juiceman’s 6 Ringz 4 coming soon.
A$AP Rocky’s mother spoke publicly for the first time about her son being detained in Sweden in a clip released by TMZ. https://www.vladtv.com/article/256479/us-state-department-releases-statement-on-aap-rockys-detention
A national alert was issued in Costa Rica after 19 people died from methanol poisoning believed to be caused by ingesting tainted alcohol. The deaths occurred over the past few weeks, starting in early June.
The “Panda” rapper claims that he spends a whopping $20,000 per month on Uber rides. Taking to Instagram Stories, he made the shocking revelation. “My business manager tellin’ me I got to chill out with the Ubers. I’m spending like $20,000 on them shits…a month!” he said. “We gotta chill. Stay in your lane.”
That breaks down to roughly $666 per day in travel. Desiigner must be taking a lot of trips to the studio as he works on his long-awaited debut album, which follows last year’s seven-track EP L.O.D.
During an interview with Billboard in May 2018, he revealed that the album would be titled Sidney, which is his real name. “This is only the beginning. This is the ending of Chapter 1,” he said. “I’m about to step into Chapter 2. I’m doing this, I’m dropping the EP then the big album. Every album is going to be a chapter for me.”
While he readies his album, he can be heard on Boombox Cartel and Dillon Francis’ collaboration “Drip,” as well as Casanova’s latest track “Matha.”
Drake and Rick Ross are bringing their “Money in the Grave” video to life.
Over the weekend, the rappers went in front of the lens to shoot a video for their collaboration at a church in Los Angeles. In one somber scene, Drizzy—clad in a black Chanel hoodie—and Rozay stood in front of coffins in a funeral setting.
Ross also posted a photo of him and Drake dining in the stockroom of an Italian restaurant before deleting it. “I don’t know nothing about no video,” said the Bawse.
While he didn’t reveal that a video was being shot, Drake did share photos with the track’s producer, Lil CC, that appear to be taken from the set.