Sean Combs

Rap mogul Sean “Puffy” Combs has had it with washed up rappers and reality stars manufacturing fake drama on social media for ‘Likes’ and followers.

The 47-year-old business tycoon deleted his social media accounts, expressing dismay at the amount of “buffooning” in today’s hip-hop industry.

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Chance The Rapper

Chance The Rapper covers the February 2017 issue of GQ magazine. The 23-year-old Chicago native explains why he won’t give in to irrational fears about a Donald Trump presidency:

“My dad’s the man. And I can’t say that enough,” Chance says about his father, Ken Williams-Bennett, who was an aide to former Chicago mayor Harold Washington and also worked for then-Senator Barack Obama.

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Kendrick Lamar

Rapper-of-the-moment Kendrick Lamar hopes his new $109 Reebok sneakers will promote peace, unity and equality in the world.

The 29-year-old Compton, California native became a “brand ambassador” for the sportswear giant in 2014, and he has used similar ideological guerrilla marketing to sell sneakers to his fans.

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Troy Ave

A week before rapper Troy Ave was shot while sitting in his prized Maserati on Christmas day, he showed off the $140K sports car on social media.

In one photo on his Instagram.com page, Ave posed next to the candy apple red car with his young son. Father and son wore matching red bubble jackets and expensive sneakers.

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Young Thug

Last week, rapper Young Thug insulted 2 female airport employees for causing him to miss a flight. The story goes that Thugga was rushing to a concert date when he was delayed at the airport by 2 Alaskan Airlines employees. The delay caused Thugga to cancel the concert.

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