Shocking new video shows Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice delivering the knock out punch to his then-fiancee Janay Rice in an Atlantic City elevator. The new video, published by gossip tabloid TMZ, shows the violence that occurred inside the elevator at Revel Casino on February 15.
Like Jay Z’s sister-in-law Solange Knowles, Ray Rice didn’t realize a camera was rolling when he got on the elevator.
Influential hip hop mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs was instrumental in helping to bridge the gap between then-Senator Barack Obama and young black voters during the presidential race in 2008.
In an emotional video uploaded to social media yesterday, Mr. Combs requested the president’s presence in Ferguson, Mo.
When radio personality Ebony Steele left the Rickey Smiley Morning Show, her fans took the news hard. A few of them emailed Sandrarose.com wondering if Ms. Steele, pictured left, was fired. According to Dennis Byron of Hiphopenquirer.com, Ms. Steele and Ricky Smiley had a falling out and he basically forced her out of her job.
Rapper Tyga’s mom recited the lyrics to her son’s song “Rack City” during a segment of Jimmy Kimmel Live’s show called “Words from Your Mother.” The segment attempts to homogenize rappers by utilizing their moms to soften the blow of their sometimes violent and misogynistic lyrics. Watch the video after the break.
Recap from Rhymeswithsnitch.com:
Last night on a special episode of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta MiMi confronts Stevie J for sending her nasty text messages the day her father died. Yung Joc humiliates Karlie Redd after she catches him with his side chick. Erica, Mama Dee and Erica’s mother Mignon make peace for the sake of Emani and Benzino decides to marry Althea without a pre-nup…
Reality TV star Joseline Hernandez was rudely disrespected during a club appearance in Dallas, Texas. According to the blogs, Jose apparently dissed Beyonce during a studio session that was leaked online. The blogs say Jose got her comeuppance in Dallas when she was lustily booed off the stage by paying fans who were outraged by her failed attempts at rapping.