Reginae Carter Celebrates 22nd Birthday with Throwback Party

Reginae Carter took it back to the ’99 and the 2000 while celebrating her birthday.

Lil Wayne’s daughter went all out for her 22nd birthday bash in Atlanta on Sunday (Nov. 29). The lavish party, hosted by her on-again boyfriend YFN Lucci, featured a throwback theme that paid homage to late ’90s/early 2000s hip-hop, the era in which she grew up.

For the invites, Reginae recreated the artwork for album covers including Foxy Brown’s Broken Silence and Eve’s Scorpion, as well as the Hot Boys’ Guerrilla Warfare and her dad’s own debut Tha Block Is Hot.

Mannie Fresh provided the throwback soundtrack and Reginae’s father entertained the crowd with old and new hits as his daughter sang along to every word. 2 Chainz serenaded the birthday girl, while Juvenile reunited with Weezy to perform their Hot Boys collaboration “We on Fire.”

At one point in the evening, Wayne presented his daughter with a diamond-covered Cartier watch. “Fourteen, 15, I had this beautiful princess right here,” he told the mostly maskless crowd. “She taught me how to be a man and everything about life. This is the motherfu**in’ most ultimate blessing in the world, Reginae Carter.”

Guests included Reginae’s mother Toya, as well as Tiny, Zonnique, and Kandi Burruss, who dressed for the occasion in a Lil’ Kim-inspired outfit.

While reflecting on the big night, Reginae thanked Lucci. “Last night was mad real !! Thanks to my boyfriend for throwing me this amazing party !” she wrote. “Thanks to my parents for the juvenile and Mannie connect (legendary ) and I wanna thank everybody who came and partied with me ! Y’all some real ones.”


New Music: 50 Cent Ft. NLE Choppa, Rileyy Lanez “Part Of The Game”

50 Cent links with NLE Choppa and Rileey Lanez for his Raising Kanan‘s theme music.

Over a sample of Keni Burke’s 1982 hit “Risin’ To The Top” and Rileyy’s Lanez’ harmonious hook, Fifty and Choppa trade gritty bars full of hustling ambition.

Power Book III” Raising Kanan is the next upcoming Power spinoff, which centers on the upbringing of drug-dealer Kanan (50 Cent), who was killed in Power‘s season 5.

Meanwhile, the mid-season of Power Book II: Ghost premieres this Friday, December 6 on STARZ.

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Guess who was mentioned during ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’? Wendy gives us an update!

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Cardi B Apologizes After Hosting 37-Person Thanksgiving

Cardi B’s big Thanksgiving was met with backlash.

The “WAP” rapper hosted 37 family members at her house over the holiday, despite the CDC advising against big holiday gatherings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. She also shared video of her and Offset dancing alongside several family members without masks.

“12kids and 25 adults over the holidays,” tweeted Cardi. “It was lit !!”

Cardi was criticized for her decision to host a large gathering when many people have had to sacrifice being with their families for Thanksgiving. Following the backlash, she issued an apology. “Sorry my bad wasn’t trying to make nobody feel bad,” she said. “I just had my family in my home for the first time and it felt so good & uplifted me.”

She also claims that everyone was tested before she had them over. “I spent soo much money getting every1 tested but it felt worth it,” Cardi added. “I wasnt trying to offend no1.”

Cardi claims that she and her team get tested for COVID-19 four times per week. “ME specially and everyone that works around me get tested literally 4 times a week,” she said. “Im In the middle of work and Everytime we clock in we MUST GET TESTED !”

Cardi previously received backlash for hosting a large party in Las Vegas to celebrate her 28th birthday, which was attended by her famous friends including Megan Thee Stallion, The Weeknd, Meek Mill, and Kylie Jenner.

In April, Offset’s uncle passed away due to complications from the coronavirus. Offset urged his followers to follow safety guidelines and wear a mask. “Rip uncle Jerry!!!!! keep your mask on b/c you do not want to loose your family or friends thinking it’s a joke!!!” he tweeted.


London On Da Track Responds to Summer Walker’s Absent Father Claims

Summer Walker and London On Da Track’s relationship drama continues to unfold.

In the wake of her pregnancy, the “Girls Need Love” singer aired out the father of her unborn child on social media, claiming he is an absent father.

“black men gotta start doing better when it comes to being a father. my grandfather lame, my father lame, & dis ni**a lame,” she wrote in a series of Instagram Stories. “lol and I guess the cycle will just continue. I guess ni**as still dealing with the shackles of mental slavery or some sh*t, back when white men ripped you from your families and beat you to death if you tried to protect them. It goes deep. Sh*ts really sad.”

In addition to calling him “ghetto,” Walker claims she “tried to get him to spend time with his other kids” but was unsuccessful.

“He ain’t want to cause he selfish. I tried to get his baby mamas to let him see the kids, they didn’t want to cause they was bitter & hated me for no reason,” she continued. “I tried to get, everybody to just get the f**k along like one big happy family and instead everyone just sh*t on me. & now I just have the sh*t end of the stick cause all these mf’s is G H E T T 0.”

But London won’t stand for the slander. Taking to Instagram, the producer behind many of Walker’s hits denied accusations that he is not present in the lives of his other children.

“I’m not going to let heightened emotions, continued false narratives and accusations trick me into disrespecting the mothers of ANY of my children,” he wrote. “I love my kids dearly and currently doing everything in my power (legally) to ensure my kids safety and quality of life. Drama isn’t my priority. my children are.”

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Earlier this month, Walker announced that she was pregnant with her first child. The father is reportedly London. The two have been in an on-again, off-again relationship.

“Well I guess i’ll just put it all in an album, collect my millions, and be on my marry way,” Walker added, “But at least I can afford to take care of my child.”


Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Good News’ Debuts at No. 2

Megan Thee Stallion is coming in hot.

The Houston rapper’s debut album Good News opens at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 100,500 equivalent album units, of which 16,000 are from album sales. The 17-track project, which features the Beyoncé-assisted smash “Savage,” is also the most streamed album of the week with 115.85 million on-demand streams.

This is Megan’s highest debut on the Billboard 200 following her nine-track EP Suga, which peaked at No. 7 in May 2020, and her mixtape Fever, which opened at No. 10 in June 2019.

BTS debuts atop this week’s Billboard 200 with Be, the group’s fifth No. 1 album on the chart. The set, which features the chart-topping hit “Dynamite,” arrives with 242,000 equivalent album units.

Ariana Grande’s positions moves up one spot to No. 3 (61,000), Pop Smoke’s former No. 1 Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon rises to No. 4 (52,000), and Future and Lil Uzi Vert’s Pluto x Baby Pluto falls 2-5 in its second week (46,000).

Elsewhere on the chart, Jeezy enters at No. 19 with The Recession 2, SAINt JHN bows at No. 34 with While the World Was Burning, DaBaby arrives at No. 40 with My Brother’s Keeper, and Rich the Kid and YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s collaborative album Nobody Safe comes in at No. 43.

Other debuts include Meek Mill’s four-track Quarantine Pack (No. 44) and French Montana’s CB5 (No. 51).

Billboard 200 Top 10

1. BTS – Be – 242,000
2. Megan Thee Stallion – Good News – 100,500
3. Ariana Grande – Positions – 61,000
4. Pop Smoke – Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon – 52,000
5. Future and Lil Uzi Vert – Pluto x Baby Pluto – 46,000
6. Taylor Swift – Folklore – 44.000
7. Luke Combs – What You See Is What You Get – 41,000
8. Chris Stapleton – Starting Over – 37,000
9. Juice WRLD – Legends Never Die – 36,000
10. Carrie Underwood – My Gift – 35,000


New Video: Busta Rhymes “Boomp!”

Boomp boomp, Busta Rhymes is back with the latest music video off his recent album, E.L.E. 2.

Directed by himself and Benny Boom, Busta lives like a true king at his lush palace on mountain above the clouds. Along with Spliff Star and O.T. Genasis, Bus sets sail on his Conglomerate yacht, flourishes in riches, and enjoys the company of a bevy of voluptuous eye-candy.

Last week, Busta Rhymes released the deluxe version of the LP which includes an additional six tracks.

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