Producer Ramsay Tha Great, who claims to have been assaulted by Chief Keef, recently spoke to TMZ about being labeled a snitch. “This generation is completely lost,” he said, “Why would I retaliate with violence? That’s stupid. I’m a college educated kid. Why would I want to throw away everything I’ve worked so hard to get just because I have to live by the street code because I’m black?” Watch above.
Former Apprentice contestant turned Trump cabinet member Omarosa has strong feelings about President Trump. “Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump,” she said. In an ominous tone, she insinuated that Trump would be a vindictive President: “It’s everyone who ever doubted Donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him, it is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe.” View above.
Shortly after Donald Trump fired Attorney General Sally Yates for recommending lawyers not to defend his immigration order, the president replaced the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Unlike the firing of Sally Yates however, Trump replaced acting ICE Director Daniel Ragsdale with no real explanation. Ragsdale was replaced by Thomas Homan, the executive associate director of enforcement and removal operations for the department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Homan is a former New York police officer and has been in immigration enforcement for 30 years. Ragsdale will retain his former position as deputy director.
After much consideration, Boy Scouts of America announced that they will allow transgender boys to join, reversing a stance of more than a century. The organization sent out a statement on the decision, explaining the decision was made “as communities and state laws are interpreting gender identity differently.”
The full statement read, “For more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America, along with schools, youth sports and other youth organizations, have ultimately deferred to the information on an individual’s birth certificate to determine eligibility for our single-gender programs. However, that approach is no longer sufficient as communities and state laws are interpreting gender identity differently, and these laws vary widely from state to state.”
This isn’t the first time the Boy Scouts have revised rules for joining the organization. In 2013, they allowed gay ended its ban on openly gay youth, and two years later it allowed gay adult leaders to join.
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Do You Wanna Ride?
From a private affair to the strip joint, strippers work the poles in DJ Whoo Kid, Akon and O.T. Genasis new video. Off the Konvict Kartel Vol. 1, which you can grab here.
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Gave You The Blueprint
Produced by Murda Beatz, Sean Kingston serenades his favorite one on his new riddim with Vybz Kartel. His Made In Jamaica EP drops March 17. Run it.
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Rihanna is returning to the big screen in Ocean’s Eight.
While fans will have to wait until next summer for the release, the first official photo from the film has been unveiled, showing the all-female cast sitting on the subway. The superstar ensemble includes Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, and Sarah Paulson.
The storyline centers around a group of women plotting a heist at the Met Gala, the annual fashion event thrown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Rihanna will star as Nine Ball, while Bullock, Hathaway, and Blanchett will take on the roles of Debbie Ocean, Daphne Kluger, and Lou, respectively.
Elsewhere, Mindy Kaling will star as Amita, Awkwafina as Constance, Bonham Carter as Rose, and Paulson as Tammy.
Ocean’s Eight is the latest installment in the Ocean’s franchise, which includes 2001’s Ocean’s Eleven, 2004’s Ocean’s Twelve, and 2007’s Ocean’s Thirteen. The original Ocean’s 11 was released in 1960.
Directed by Gary Ross (The Hunger Games, Seabiscuit), Ocean’s Eight hits theaters on June 8, 2018.
The countdown is on for Big Sean’s I Decided. Before the album drops on Friday (Feb. 3), the Detroit spitter has revealed the highly-anticipated tracklisting.
The follow-up to 2015’s Dark Sky Paradise will include an appearance from fellow Motor City wordsmith Eminem, who pops up on “No Favors.” The only other rappers on the project are Migos, who appear on “Sacrifices.”
As far as singers, Jeremih (“Light”), The-Dream (“Sunday Morning Jetpack”), and Sean’s girlfriend and TWENTY88 partner Jhené Aiko (“Same Time Pt. 1”) show up. Finally, Flint Chozen Choir and Starrah round out the album’s guests on the closer, “Bigger Than Me.”
Sean revealed the partial guest list in recent weeks. For instance, the Detroit rapper said Em brought something unique to “No Favors.”
“Eminem was the only person I heard that could be on that song,” he told Beats 1. “It reminded me of why I am such an Eminem fan. It reminded me of why I fell in love with Eminem’s work. He’s unique. He’s special. When I first heard him, I feel like he was bringing new flows to the game. When he did this verse, it brought that feeling right back to me like, ‘Wow. This is a brand new energy.’ All the things he said were so necessary for the album…That’s what I was happy about. I’m glad that he addressed things, conceptually, that necessarily weren’t addressed. Super thoughtful.”
Sean Don has a busy week ahead. After making his debut on “Saturday Night Live” earlier this month, he will perform for the first time on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” tomorrow (Jan. 31) and return to “The Tonight Show” for a performance on Feb. 2.
With just four days left before the arrival of Big Sean’s I Decided. (February 3), Sean Don unveils the names of the 14 tracks. Guests include Eminem, Jhene Aiko, Migos, The-Dream, Jeremih and more. Pre-order here.
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Floating on clouds, MGK and Camila Cabello brought their duet to daytime television with a live rendition of their Billboard hit on ‘Ellen’.
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