Reggie Bush’s Marriage Drama

Reggie Bush is married, but reportedly got another woman pregnant.

Then, Brad Pitt is hitting the red carpet for the first time since his separation from Angelina Jolie.

Plus, Kelly Ripa is close to picking her new co-host and you’ll be shocked when you find out who’s at the top of the list.

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New Music: Lil Durk feat. Jadakiss – ‘See Me Down’

Lil Durk and Jadakiss get “Down” on their new street banger.

Produced by Donis Beats, “See Me Down” finds Durk singing about his haters and rhyming about his rise.

“I started from the basement,” he raps. “I used to sleep in basements / They want to see me down / They want to beat me down.”

Then Jadakiss comes through with a menacing verse of his own. “I’ll shoot your man in his head,” rhymes Kiss. “Let him die in your arms.”

Durk released his Lil Durk 2X album back in July, while Jada is working on his Freddie Vs. Jason joint project with Fabolous.

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Gucci Mane Urges Voters: ‘I Wish I Had My Right to Vote’

Joining stars like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Vic Mensa with voter encouragement speeches, Gucci Mane delivers a thought-provoking message about civic responsibility.

Guwop addressed a crowd at Florida Memorial University’s “Young Gets It Done” rally on Monday (Nov. 7), where he urged fans to vote.

“Young people have an opportunity to make a big difference,” he said. “Not just any young people, the young people in this room. Young people of color. Young people who come from neighborhoods surrounding this college.

“Vote, not because I’m telling you to, or not because anybody is telling you to,” he added, “But vote because this is about y’all future. You can make a vote to stop all the police brutality. You can make a vote to stop all this mass incarceration.”

Speaking of this, Guwop’s own history came up during this speech. As Exoffenders.net explains regarding Georgia, a convicted felon’s “voting rights are restored after full sentence is complete. This includes probation, parole, and prison.” Gucci, who was released from prison in May, acknowledged that he still cannot hit the polls due to his most recent legal woes.

“All these issues are not just personal to you and your families, they impact me,” he explained. “I wish that I had my right to vote. I feel like after you serve your time, don’t punish me for the rest of my life. It’s something that I already did my time for.”

Source: www.rap-up.com