Rapper Gucci Mane is free after serving 2 years in an Indiana federal prison. His wife, Instagram model Keyshia Ka’oir, announced the news via photos and videos on SnapChat and Instagram.com today.
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Black Twitter dragged actress Blake Lively after she posted a photo of her ample backside on Instagram.com accompanied by the text: “L.A. face with an Oakland booty” from rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot‘s hit song “Baby Got Back”.
NFL phenom Odell Beckham Jr. and rap mogul Drake are living together under the same roof.
The NY daily News reports that Beckham moved into Drake’s house while the rapper is in the studio finishing his album Views From the 6.
It’s a rare occasion when this blogger agrees with singer Chris Brown on anything. Brown, 26, took to his Twitter.com account to call out wannabe singer Kehlani, 20, for faking a suicide attempt.
Rapper 50 Cent returned to bankruptcy court on Tuesday to explain to the judge where he gets his seemingly endless supply of cash.
The 40-year-old rap mogul, whose government name is Curtis Jackson III, was humbled before Judge Ann Nevins. He told Judge Nevins that the cash he flashes in photos on Instagram.com were just props and that he isn’t hiding his assets.
Up-and-coming rapper Bankroll Fresh was shot to death Friday night during an armed robbery at a northwest Atlanta recording studio.
Police say Fresh, whose real name is Trentavious White, 28, was shot multiple times outside Street Execs Studio on Defoor Place at approximately 11 p.m.
Remember Stitches, the rapper who was stomped and beaten to a bloody pulp by rap mogul The Game‘s manager?
The 20-year-old Miami native, whose real name is Phillip Katsabanis, announced he has cancer on his private Instagram account over the weekend.
But some people in his camp say he’s lying. This isn’t the 1st time the troubled rapper claimed to have cancer.
Rapper DMX is recovering at home after he was found “unresponsive” in a Yonkers hotel parking lot.
PIX 11 reports the 45-year-old rap artist, whose real name is Earl Simmons, wasn’t breathing when paramedics found him in the parking lot of a Ramada Inn on Monday.
Rap mogul The Game put his money where his mouth is and donated $500,000 out of his own pocket to provide bottles of water to the residents of Flint, Michigan during the man-made water crisis.
The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, 36, said he donated the money because his younger sister and her children live there.
After rapper B.o.B. took to Twitter.com to inform his millions of followers that the earth is flat, prominent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson weighed in by dropping science and facts on B.o.B.