Gucci Mane Keyshia KaOir

Gucci Mane, aka La Flare, dropped his latest single “Solitaire” on Thursday, prior to attending the L.A. Lakers vs Miami Heat NBA game with his wife Keyshia Ka’Oir at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The stylish couple was dressed to impress in matching head-to-toe Versace. Keyshia captioned the image: “Husband & Wife”, along with a diamond ring emoji.

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On Tuesday, local and national stars gathered to celebrate YFN Lucci‘s “Trap Du Soleil” Themed Birthday in a Circus Tent on the grounds of Atlanta’s May event center. YFN stands for Young Fly N-word. Celebrity party promoter Hannah Kang handled the event organizing duties for the extravagant party, which was complete With a giraffe, circus animals and exotic dancers.

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Years ago, rapper T.I., who now works for the mayor’s office in Atlanta, paused to take a photo with a young fan who grew up to be Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty. Yachty, 20, is among a new generation of bubblegum rappers whose songs quickly fade from the radio. He is best known for appearing in a Sprite commercial with NBA superstar LeBron James.

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Mike Vick & Big Boi Sneaker Giveaway at Lenox Square

On Wednesday, millionaires Michael Vick, left, and Antwan “Big Boi” Patton partnered with Nike and Lenox Square Mall to host Vick’s annual holiday shoe giveaway for Christmas. Vick and Big Boi blessed dozens of underprivileged children from the Big Kids foundation (Big Boi’s charity).

Photo by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

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Keyshia Ka’Oir hosted her ‘A Toast To The Mane Event’ party in New York City earlier this week. The Atlanta socialite is busy promoting her star-studded $1 million ‘Mane Event’ marriage to rap mogul Gucci Mane.

Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images

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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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