Lloyd Banks

G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks announced his retirement after 25 years in the hip-hop game on Friday. Banks’ announcement comes a day after radio personality Star interviewed a gay “celebrity stylist” who spilled the beans about his 7-year relationship with a well-known rapper.

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Post Malone

22-year-old singer/songwriter Post Malone refuses to be pigeonholed as a rapper.

Malone is among a new generation of white rappers who have been selected to steer today’s youth away from thug rap music.

“It should just be music, you know?” The heavily tatted Malone tells GQ magazine in an article titled “Don’t Call Post Malone a Rapper“.

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Lil Uzi Vert Dave East

New York rapper Dave East, pictured right, is not happy with his recent collaboration with rumored ghey rapper Li’l Uzi Vert.

East, 29, is spouting off about his record label forcing him to record a collabo with the 23-year-old “Money Longer” rapper.

East recently discussed his frustration at melodic rappers like Uzi in an interview with Canadian magazine SSENSE.

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Lil Yachty

Nothing was going right for a suburban Atlanta kid who struggled for years to sign his first record deal. The Gay Agenda had already taken hold in America’s black suburbs when former U.S. President Obama made it safe for the last bastion of masculinity in the hood — rappers and drug dealers — to flaunt their homosexuality.

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Christopher Milan

Reality TV star Milan Christopher took it all off for his Paper magazine cover story. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s first openly gay male cast member discussed being a gay role model and pursuing his rap music career as one of hip hop’s few openly gay rappers.

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Queen Latifah

Media mogul Queen Latifah says her most challenging movie role was playing an aggressive butch lesbian in the 1996 film Set It Off.

The 46-year-old New Jersey native recently sat down with actress Tracee Ellis Ross for an in-depth interview in the March 2017 issue of IN-STYLE magazine.

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