Atlanta businessman Big Bank Black held a “No Cap Party” at the celebrity hotspot Gold Room in Buckhead, Atlanta. “No capping” is street slang for no bragging and no fake n-ggas. Big Bank Black is a rapper and he is co-founder and CEO of Duct Tape Entertainent in Atlanta’s infamous Zone 6 neighborhood. He poses above with celebrity guest Waka Flocka. Other guests include Waka’s wife Tammy Rivera; rappers Quavo, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Premadonna, Peewee Longway and more.
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Waka Flocka stopped by DJ Sway‘s Shade 45 radio show on Wednesday. The “Bricksquad” rapper’s discussion with Sway ran the gamut from gang banging, and his ethnic origins, to the NFL protests and more.
Rapper Cardi B cleaned up at the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards in Miami, Florida over the weekend. The 24-year-old one-hit-wonder took home a plethora of awards, including Single of the Year for her #1 hit “Bodak Yellow” and Best New Hip Hop Artist of the Year.
Reality TV star Antonia “Toya” Wright celebrated her 33rd birthday with her friends and family at Haven in Atlanta Wednesday night. The theme of the party was the Player’s Ball. Special invited guests included Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Kandi Burruss, Usher, Keri Hilson, Waka Flocka and his wife Tammy Rivera, Rasheeda & Kirk Frost, Dej Loaf, Monyetta Shaw, Zonnique Pullins, Mr. Ruggs, Lisa Wu, radio personality Mz Shyneka, celebrity blogger Tami Reed, and more!
Debra Antney (pictured above) mediates a dispute between Tammy Rivera and female impersonator D Smith, who was offended by comments made by Tammy’s estranged husband, rapper Waka Flocka, about cross dressers.
AJC Radio & TV Talk’s Rodney Ho has your recap after the break.
In an interview with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club today, Waka cleared the air, saying his fiancée Tammy Rivera was the one joining the cast, not him.
But sources told Michelle over at StraightfromtheA reality TV blog a different story. They said Waka signed on the dotted line months ago, but he backed out at the last minute after rumors began circulating that he joined the cast because he thought the set of a reality TV show would be a safer environment for him.
When rapper Gucci Mane was released from the Fulton County jail at midnight on Wednesday (May 12), one of the first calls he made was to Atlanta’s premier party planner Jamahl King of S.T.E.P.S. Events to coordinate his big Welcome Home dinner at the swanky Georgian Terrace Hotel.
As you can see from these pictures, Jamahl (pictured) did not disappoint! In less than 24 hours, Jamahl laid out quite a spread for Gucci and his guests inside one of the huge Georgian Terrace ballrooms.
Well-heeled guests such as R&B singers/reality show stars Monica and Kandi Burruss; rappers Big Boi, Shawty Lo and Wacka Flocka Flame; producers Jazze Pha, Sean Garrett, dined on filet mignon, miniature beef Wellington, peekytoe crab salad, pecan crusted chicken, bananas foster and freely flowing champagne!