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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Rap mogul Sean Combs brought his beautiful family to the Los Angeles premiere of his documentary ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story’ on Wednesday. Pictured clockwise from top left are Christian, 19, Sean Combs, Quincy Brown, 26, Justin Dior, 23, Jessie Combs, 10, Chance Combs, 11, and D’Lila Star Combs, 10.

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Music mogul Pierre “Pee” Thomas celebrated his birthday with a star-studded party at the Gold Room in Atlanta on Monday. Sultry reality TV star Tameka Cottle, right, and her daughter Zonnique Pullins were Pee’s very special invited guests. Tameka is free to play the field now that she’s no longer Mrs. T.I. Harris.

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