New Video: DaBaby “Pony”

You fucking with the best.

DaBaby Montana channels a southern Miami drug lord in his Baby on Baby‘s new video.

In the hilarious, but gruesome clip, DaBaby’s leaves a blood bath from cutting up bodies with his chainsaw.

From there, he takes to his plush farm full of tigers, alligators and ponys. Here, he hosts a fiesta with plenty of eye-candy, a Mariachi band, a pinata full of money for the kids and more. You already goddamn know it.

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Cher’s Style Evolution

Before there was a Beyoncé, Rihanna, or Lady Gaga, there was Cher!

If you can turn back time, Cher looks just as phenomenal then as she does today. Cher transformed the red carpet and paved a path for music stars as fashion icons.

For decades, the multi-talented fashionista has been turning heads with her sparkling and sequin outfits!

In honor of her 73rd birthday, let’s take a look at Cher’s style throughout the years.

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Future Gives Son a Rolex for His 5th Birthday

He may only be five, but Baby Future is already rocking a Rollie.

In celebration of his son’s 5th birthday, his superstar father went all out by throwing a “Future 5” birthday party, inspired by DC Comics’ “The Flash.” He rented out an indoor race track with go-karts for Future and his friends. It was a family affair as Future’s mother and daughter were also in attendance.

“My big baby five,” Hndrxx wrote on Instagram Stories. “Thanks to everyone who came out and celebrated with my son. He happy so I’m happy and very grateful.”

Baby Future received lots of presents, but nothing could top the gift from his father, a brand new Rolex. His father filmed footage of his son opening his pricey gift.

“Thanks!” Baby Future told his dad.

That wasn’t the only celebration. Future’s mother and stepfather Russell Wilson also hosted a separate superhero-themed party for Baby Future, complete with rides, laser tag, and go-karts.

“Happy Birthday Sunshine! I can’t believe you’re 5 years old! Wow!! Mommy’s so proud of you! I love you so much!” said Ciara, while Russell also penned a heartfelt note to his stepson.

“From the moment we came into each other’s worlds to 5 yrs later, you changed my life & my heart for the better,” he said. “You are the greatest gift I couldve ever asked God for! I will always love you, guide you, teach you, & care for you. Happy 5th BDay Future! Papa Russ Loves you! @Ciara.”

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DJ Khaled Pays Tribute to Nipsey Hussle on ‘SNL’ Finale

Live from New York, it’s DJ Khaled.

Fresh off the release of his new album, the Father of Asahd capped off the season finale of “SNL” with a medley of hits featuring some of his famous friends.

“They said I would never do ‘SNL,’ so I’m doing ‘SNL’ finale. Another one!” said Khaled before bringing out Lil Wayne and Big Sean for the first performance, “Jealous.”

He continued with “You Stay,” introducing his special guests one by one, including Jeremih, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, and J Balvin.

“Summer starts now!” declared Khaled.

Wearing a hoodie with Nipsey Hussle’s face, he kicked off his second performance of the evening with SZA. Perched atop a piano, the TDE songstress joined Khaled for their OutKast-sampled collaboration “Just Us.” After lending her angelic vocals to the empowering anthem, Khaled took it to the streets with the Meek Mill-assisted “Weather the Storm.”

He closed out his “SNL” debut with “Higher,” dedicating it to the late Crenshaw legend. As a profile of Nipsey’s face lit up the iconic 30 Rock stage, John Legend emerged on piano to deliver the rousing chorus.

“Long live Nipsey Hussle!” said Khaled while seven of his collaborators stood alongside him during the touching finale.

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DJ Khaled & Friends ‘Father of Asahd’ Medly On SNL

Saturday Night Marathon.

DJ Khaled helped Saturday Night Live close out their season finale last night at New York’s 30 Rockefeller with tons of guests. Here, he brought performances off his latest album, Father of Asahd.

For the first performance, Khaled Khaled brought Lil Wayne and Big Sean for the album track, “Jealous”. Afterwards, Jeremih, Meek Mill, Lil Baby and J Balvin checked in for “You Stay”.

Later in the evening, Khaled returned for another one. SZA openied up the second set her solo cut “Just Us” followed by “Weather The Storm” from Meek Mill.

For the heartfelt closing, a glowing Nipsey Hussle mural appeared as John Legend hit the piano for “Higher” before entire performers returned to the stage. R.I.P. Nipsey Hussle.

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