Super Bowl 49 halftime

I confess, I missed the over-hyped Super Bowl 49 yesterday. So I missed singers Katy Perry and Missy Elliott‘s much ballyhooed halftime performance that had all of social media in a frenzy. After scanning the tweets on, I noticed that most of the social media platform’s users had no clue who Missy Elliott was.

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E Class The Game Jackie O

While perusing my comments section last week I stumbled upon a discussion about former record exec E-Class and former Miami rapper Jacki O. E-Class is the formidable looking gentleman in this photo with rapper The Game at STORY’s Halloween bash last week.

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Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim

Who can forget when Nicki Minaj was a young stud who had the hots for rapper Remy Ma? In case you did forget, you can watch the video of Nicki professing her love and affection for Remy after the break. Nicki was crushed when Remy spurned her advances and basically told her to kick rocks.

But prison has a way of changing people like Remy Ma, who had a lot of free time to think about Nicki’s meteoric rise to the top (and how she can ride Nicki’s coattails now that’s she released).

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Drake shirtless

Old skool rapper MC Lyte put a young lady on blast after the fan apparently leaked private shirtless photos of rap star Aubrey Drake Graham online.

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Chi Ali and Peter Gunz

Producer Mona Scott-Young is desperate to save her flagship reality TV series Love & Hip Hop NY. According to reports, she signed former child rapper Chi Ali Griffith, left, to be featured on the show. It remains to be seen who she will team him up as a fake boyfriend. He is already making public appearances with LHHNY star Peter Gunz, right.

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Special Ed

Some of you weren’t even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album’s scorchers, “I Got It Made” and “I’m The Magnificent,” Ed’s album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.

The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with “Come On, Let’s Move It” off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.

But where is Special Ed now?

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