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Aspiring rapper and YouTuber, aka Dotarachi, died following heart surgery, his girlfriend, Holly confirmed in a Facebook post on Wednesday. He was 27. was born with a congenital heart defect and has endured multiple heart surgeries.

The Chicago drill rapper was known for his regional hit song "Skrilla."

The founder of rap collective 485 was a member of Chicago's 600 gang, a Black Disciples set. He later released music on his YouTube channel, DotarachiVevo, before becoming well known as a YouTuber with his girlfriend, Holly.

In an emotional video on the "Holly and Sdot" YouTube channel, asked for prayers before going in for surgery to repair a tear in his aorta, the main artery that feeds oxygenated blood to the body.

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"I don't know what to do," said Holly. "I kinda feel sad but I try not to feel sad because I don't want you to feel sad," she told, before breaking down in tears.

"I feel like I don't know how to comfort you, so it's kinda like... I know you was saying, 'be realistic,' but ... what do you say, you know? I guess I just want you to go into it with a positive spirit." responded, "Everybody else on the outside looking in and be like, you gon' be good? You gon' be good?' But what if I don't be good? ... What if I'm not good?"

He then told Holly he loved her and she should move on without him.

Watch the emotional video below.

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YouTuber Kevin Samuels passed away on Thursday morning at age 56, his family confirmed.

News of his untimely death swept through Black Twitter like a tornado. His name was a trending topic on Twitter and many tweets featured Black women celebrating his demise.

Samuels allegedly earned millions from his misogynistic videos on YouTube where he had a following of over 1.4 million subscribers.

According to Famous Wealthy People, Samuels had a net worth of $4 million in November 2021. He allegedly reported an income of $10 million on his 2021 taxes in April 2022.

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Samuels spent his money lavishly on designer clothes, shoes, cologne, and Rolexes. He owned a fleet of cars including a Lamborghini, Mercedes AMG G 63, and a Tesla Model X.

Samuels worked a 9-5 job before promoting himself as a lifestyle consultant and coach. He reportedly charged his clients a fee of $1,400 an hour.

Samuels reviewed cologne on his YouTube channel in the early days before going viral during the pandemic in 2020.

The self-proclaimed "image consultant" and relationship guru made his fortune by disparaging Black women and spewing misogynistic stereotypes about their weight and looks.

He went easier on his male followers by encouraging them to achieve the lofty goal of high value men.

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Samuels was a hit with insecure men who modeled their own personalities after his.

Days before he died, The Root published a scathing article titled "When Will Kevin Samuels Finally Be Canceled?."

In the article, writer Candace McDuffie asked, "Why does Kevin Samuels continue to have a platform when it's built on the backs of women he hates?"

She noted that Samuels called women who are 35 and unmarried "leftovers".

On Thursday, McDuffie changed the title of her article to "Controversy Follows Kevin Samuels."

Samuels was twice divorced and leaves behind an adult daughter. He was born in Atlanta, and will be buried during a private service in Oklahoma City.
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Fans of YouTube stars Ken and De'arra are still trying to get over their breakup.

For years, their adoring fans lived vicariously through the popular YouTube couple, who split up last year amid cheating allegations.

I first learned of Ken and De'arra through blogger Michelle "ATLien" Brown, after they moved into the penthouse of her Buckhead hi-rise a few years ago.

Ken and De'arra started their YouTube channel in 2015 and they eventually grew their following to over 7 million subscribers.

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As their popularity increased, problems began to creep into their relationship. Mainly due to Ken's wandering eyes.

Friends warned them not to move in together. Sadly, they didn't listen.

Unfortunately, life happens and they learned the hard way that puppy love, aka dopamine, doesn't last forever.

First, came the rumors that Ken was cheating on De'arra. They struggled to maintain the image of their perfect relationship because their income depended on them being together - at least publicly.

Their last video upload was in 2021. The couple split last year after he proposed to her in 2020. Now they host separate YouTube channels.

De'arra has just under 1 million subscribers on her YT channel, while Ken has barely 200,000 subs on his channel.

De'arra is barely recognizable now. The cute teenager has grown into a bitter woman who looks a decade older than her stated age of 26. She doesn't even sound the same. Did heartbreak make her voice change?

Anyway, watch as De'arra tries to convince her fans that "single life is amazing" in the video below.


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YouTuber Tasha K grew her large following by dragging and insulting rapper Cardi B on a daily basis. Now a judge has ordered the vlogger to delete any and all mentions of the rapper from her social media.

That's a daunting task for the vlogger, real name Latasha Kebe, who mentioned Cardi in thousands of posts across all of her social media feeds.

Earlier this year, Tasha K lost a $3 million defamation lawsuit, which she is appealing. Despite losing the lawsuit, Tasha reportedly refused to take the old content down.

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However, Cardi filed a motion asking a judge to force Tasha to remove all of her old content that mentions the rap star.

Tasha reportedly asked the judge for more time, since she built her career using Cardi's name. She has a few more days to delete all her old posts, an Atlanta judge ruled Monday.

"I felt really helpless and hopeless," said Cardi B," according to the Grio. "It was just constant harassment."

If Tasha wins her appeal, she might re-post all of the content. But, for now, she has to take it all down.

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Rapper Bandman Kevo claims he had an affair with YouTube influencer Kayla Nicole Jones, who is suing producer Polow Da Don for breach of contract.

Kevo, 32, admits he took advantage of the much younger YouTuber to help his wife, Dyme, blow up on social media.

Young people are different in these Instagram streets today. They use sex to barter for clout on social media - with the full approval of their significant others.

It's difficult for the older generation to understand how young people slide between the sheets just for social media clout.

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Kayla Nicole has over 5 million followers on her YouTube channel, so Kevo contacted her, and she allegedly flirted with him because he was "cute."

Kevo claims Kayla invited him over for sex on the first date.

Did I mention Kevo is a married man?

In an in-depth interview with Say Cheese on YouTube, the hip-hop star admitted he paid 20-year-old Kayla Nicole and had sex with her out of a sense of duty to help his wife increase her follow count.

"I was having sex with [Kayla] and giving her money... That is not my type of girl," Kevo said. "If it's gonna open up a door, I'm willing to do that... This can probably help out Dyme because [Kayla is] big [on social media]," he said.

Kevo asked Kayla to shout out his wife, Dyme, on her sizable YouTube platform. Eventually, Kayla and Dyme became friends and began hanging out.

But Kevo noticed that his wife's social media presence was not increasing.

"I said, Dyme, do you notice that y'all been talking every single day... you ain't got on her channel yet and she barely posts you," he asked his wife.

Kevo then accused Kayla of a fatal attraction attempt to break up his marriage to Dyme.

Kevo claims the police were called after Kayla tried to attempt suicide by jumping off a 42nd floor balcony.

Listen to the wild allegations below. This is more proof that men gossip more than females.



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Popular YouTube influencer Kayla Nicole Jones filed a lawsuit against music producer Polow Da Don, alleging breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty, among other complaints.

According to court documents obtained by, the plaintiff allegedly began a sexual relationship with Polow, real name Jamal Jones, when she was only 18.

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The plaintiff was 17 when she created her YouTube channel, Nicole TV, which grew to over 5.4 million subscribers.

Nicole released her song, "Late Nights" in 2019. The song created a buzz and attracted the attention of Polow, who sent her a DM about helping her career in the music industry.

During intimate pillow talks with the teen, Polow allegedly discussed terms of a recording agreement (Agreement) between her and Polow's record label, Zone 4.

Zone 4 was also named as a defendant in the lawsuit.

On the night before signing the Agreement with Zone 4, Polow allegedly spent the night with Nicole.

The next day, September 19, 2019, Polow drove Nicole to his recording studio where he illegally plied the underaged girl with alcoholic beverages while continuing to discuss the terms of the contract.

When the teenager asked Polow if her manager could review the Agreement, Polow allegedly refused and insisted that she sign the Agreement immediately.

She expressed concerns about sharing her YouTube revenue 50/50 with Polow. After much debate, she signed the Agreement, agreeing to keep 85% of the substantial ad revenue from her YouTube channel.

The complaint alleges that the teenager was "intoxicated" and she was not represented by an attorney at the time she signed the Agreement.

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The complaint also alleged that Nicole was not paid an advance by Zone 4, and Polow eventually lost interest in her career after their sexual relationship ended.

Nicole wants relief from the court by releasing her from the Zone 4 Agreement. Additionally, plaintiff is requesting reasonable attorney's fees and expenses of no less than $25,000.

A judge granted a stay in discovery so the two parties can negotiate a settlement. The discovery stay ends next week.

Nicole is represented by Tanya Mitchell Graham, Esq., and Polow is represented by King & Ballow.

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Antoine Dodson, best known for going viral in 2010 after he declared "Hide yo kids, hide yo wife" in a news interview -- is mourning the death of his mother.

Antoine tells TMZ that his mom, Jennifer, died Sunday at a hospital in Decatur, Alabama. Antoine said her death came as a shock because he thought she was doing better after recent health issues.

Antoine says his mom began having problems with her leg around the time he became Internet famous. Her leg was amputated a few months ago. An infection set in and she was transferred to the ICU, but Antoine says she was getting better, according to TMZ.

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Sadly, Jennifer took a turn for the worse and Antoine got the call on Sept. 12 that his mom had passed. He tells TMZ doctors believe she died of heart failure.

Antoine, 35, is asking for donations to cover his mother's funeral expenses. He says because of the pandemic, he's strapped for cash and really needs help.

Antoine created a GoFundMe account to raise cash. As of Friday morning, over $6,000 was raised of his $9,000 goal.

He wrote in the summary:

"I'm not in a financial position to put my mom to rest and so I'm asking for your help, even if you can't I appreciate all the love and support coming, God bless us all!! Thank you."

Antoine renounced his homosexuality in 2013 and disappeared from the limelight.

An Alabama YouTuber went viral earlier this month when she caught a 30 pound catfish with her bare hand.

Hannah Barron is a popular Internet star with 340K subs on YouTube and nearly 1 million followers on Instagram.

Hannah has been noodling catfish for 4 years. Catfish noodling is a sport that requires skill, nerves of steel, and great teamwork.

A noodler dives underwater to reach a catfish hole and sticks his or her hand in the hole. The catfish latches onto the hand as a defensive maneuver and the noodler reaches through the fish's gill and yanks it out of the hole.

It helps if you can hold your breath underwater for about 60 seconds while noodling the catfish.

Catfish noodling is a sport practiced primarily in warm southern states where catfish the size of dogs are abundant.

Check out the video below.

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Kevin Samuels booted reality TV personality Shekinah Jo off his show after she appeared on camera in total darkness.

"You gotta come into the light," he told her. But she refused, saying she feared he would rate her a "negative three."

"Well if you're a negative three then that's what it is," Samuels said before Shekinah responded, "But I'm not a negative three. I would never let you and no one else put me down."

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The conversation grew heated when Samuels told Shekinah he wouldn't lie to spare her feelings.

"Hey, calm down cutie," said Shekinah, pictured right with former friend Tameka "Tiny" Harris.

"Kick rocks b****," Samuels said, before ending the session.

Samuels then said, "You always wanna say something but you don't wanna deal with it."

Speaking about women in general, Samuels said:

"I'm tired of women wanting somebody to lie to them... Women like her have been coddled and lied to so much that the truth is offensive. So all they can do is laugh at it because it hurts too much because they know they've been lied to...

This is what it's come to... You are what you are. You ladies don't seem to like rankings, but you rank men. You are what you are. Like it or not... Y''all want somebody to tell you you're all 10s."

Mr. Samuels has grown a large following of mostly lonely women whom he berates and downgrades for clicks and views.

Samuels is a 51-year-old man who rates himself a "high value" nine out of 10. He has drawn criticism for rating Beyonce an 8 and calling women "b**ches."

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YouTuber Kevin Samuels has a ton of haters on the Internet. Mr. Samuels has a large following of mostly women who live for his relationship advice.

Samuels is a 50-year-old man who considers himself to be a good catch. He makes a living on YouTube grading women based on their looks and how many children they have.

Recently, Samuels went live on YouTube and displayed his computer home screen while chatting with a woman on Zoom.

The woman complained that a "guy" in the Zoom chat was making her nervous.

Then the screen briefly displayed the "guy" laying on a bed. Based on the decor of the man's room and the dim lighting, it's obvious that the person was not in Samuel's home.

The person in the bed was someone on the Zoom chat. Samuels assured the woman that "he's gone" from the chat.

But the video went viral anyway, fueling the rumors that Samuels is homosexual.

According to, Samuels was divorced from a woman in 2005 and he is (or was) paying child support for a daughter.

That doesn't mean he's straight, but it doesn't confirm all the rumors that he is homosexual either. And even if he was, that doesn't diminish him as a man.

Watch the video below:

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YouTube star James Charles has lost his YouTube competition series following allegations that he groomed minors.

The 21-year-old beauty vlogger will no longer host "Instant Influencer.", YouTube bosses confirm.

"We can confirm Season 2 of the YouTube originals series Instant Influencer will take a new creative direction, including a new host," a YouTube spokesperson told Variety. "We thank James for a great first season, and look forward to building on the show’s success by expanding the opportunity to showcase a diversity of creators across the YouTube platform in our upcoming season."

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Charles was accused of sexting minors and soliciting nudes from them. In his apology he confessed to sending inappropriate messages to boys.

He suggested they lied about their ages.

"I trusted the information that was given to me rather than the information I could have and should have gotten myself...," he said.

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"As I did more research on this topic and self-reflected, I realized that the receipts and the screenshots and the specific details of the interaction don't matter, because I f**ked up and I need to take accountability for my actions and apologize to the people who were affected by them."

Charles is the second social media star to be accused of misconduct with children recently.


Lil Nas X is also accused of exchanging inappropriate messages with minors.

LNX's old Twitter account was suspended this week after fans uncovered disturbing messages about children.

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You ladies who are fans of TikTok and YouTube star Sir Cruse will be shocked to learn he is 54 years old, not 29.

For years, Cruse's fans believed he was in his 20s because of his youthful appearance.

Sir Cruse posted a short TikTok video to clear the air about his age, confessing that he is 54, 29. He called out Google for publishing misleading information about his birthdate.

"Hey, hey, hey Google where do y'all get this s**t from... men?" Sir Cruse says. "I'm 54. Where do y'all get 29? I was born 1965, November 9th."

"That's why you shouldn't believe everything you see on internet," he told his followers.

Cruse is a hairstylist - and former SR Morning Wood - who uploads videos teaching Black men how to brush train their waves to achieve that perfect 360 curl pattern.

Sir Cruse teaches young Black males to groom themselves to look handsome and presentable for the ladies. This type of mentorship is what's missing in the Black community today.

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Cruse is best known for such videos titled "How to Brush 360 Waves Guide" and "Wave Products and Haircutting Tools."

Cruse, who began uploading videos in 2009, is a graduate from DeVry University with a degree in computer engineering.

Sorry ladies, he's taken. Cruse has been dating Jazzy Glimmer.

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An unstable YouTuber is in trouble for alleged child abuse. Social media personality Lovely Peaches was reportedly arrested after she repeatedly abused her minor child on the internet.

Peaches was investigated for over a year for Instagram posts that showed her abusing her daughter, Cora Miracle.

"I brought you into this world, hoe," the 19-year-old told the child in one Instagram video. She also complained about having to babysit her own daughter.

In other social media posts, Lovely Peaches, real name Brittany Johnson, claimed she sold Cora to a sex traffickers and she even claimed she killed her adorable daughter.

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Johnson became an overnight sensation for her disturbing posts involving her daughter, Cora, who is reportedly 3 years old.

Johnson, was reportedly arrested after Cora was removed from her custody following an FBI investigation last week.

On Aug. 6, advocacy group Children's Riot reported that Cora "has been rescued and will never be returned to her abusive mother."

"The FBI has ensured that Peaches will no longer have access to hurting Cora or any other children. She is being prosecuted and will pay for what she has done."

The group claimed Cora was placed in the care of her grandmother. "Cora was back with her mother, and has been taken away from her as of this morning," according to The Salvation Foundation. "As of now, she is safe, she is no longer with her mother."

Johnson's social media accounts were deleted recently. The foundation stated they were working on getting all of Johnson's accounts deleted. Her Instagram account alone had over 1 million followers.

Recently, Johnson began threatening TikTok personality Charli D'Amelio, saying she hired a hit man to "sexually assault Charli during a livestream, causing D'Amelio to end the livestream.

Johnson was later banned from TikTok.


The FBI didn't raid YouTube star Jake Paul's Calabasas mansion for assault rifles displayed in one of his videos. The firearms seized during the FBI raid are now in the hands of the L.A. County Sheriff, TMZ reports.

According to London's, Paul purchased the sprawling 15,000 sq. ft. mansion for $6.9 million when he was 20 in 2017.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the feds seized a collection of assault rifles during a raid of the star's home on Wednesday.

ABC 7 News aired drone footage of law enforcement officers walking out of the home carrying long guns and assault rifles.

Reports initially stated the feds raided the home with a search warrant to seize the firearms Paul displayed in a YouTube video.

The assault rifles were perched on a wall of Paul's bedroom during a YouTube prank.

According to TMZ, the raids were connected to looting at a Scottsdale, Arizona mall, where Jake and a friend were live-streaming during Black Lives Matter riots in June.

The FBI was searching for merchandise stolen during looting at the mall. Authorities did not disclose what they found inside the residence. Paul was not taken into custody.

The 23-year-old Capricorn has over 20 million subscribers on his YouTube channel. He earns around $10 million a year from YouTube videos and a clothing line.

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Former Bad Girls Club star Demitra "Mimi" Roche passed away on Wednesday at age 34. Her death was announced by her former colleague and record producer Vince Valholla, founder of Valholla Entertainment.

Roche worked at Valholla Entertainment as vice president of A&R at the independent record label.

"I'm at a loss for words. Don't know what to say," Valholla wrote on Twitter. "Mimi was kind to everyone she came across. She was big dreamer & was part of our Valholla family. I'm heartbroken by the news of her passing. I'm thankful I got to know & work w/her."

Roche, who recently celebrated her 34th birthday, starred in Bad Girls Club season 8, which aired on Oxygen Network in 2012. Roche was known as "Miami Maverick" on the show.

The series centered around a group of women who lived in a mansion for three months.

Roche's death comes nearly 2 weeks after the unexpected death of YouTube star Nicole Thea, 24, who died of a massive heart attack while 8 months pregnant. Her unborn son, named Reign, did not survive.

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Th UK-based dancer and accessories designer died in her home, hours after telling her boyfriend, dancer Global Boga, she was experiencing chest and back pains.

Thea was best known for documenting her first pregnancy in YouTube videos.

Thea's mother shared the news with her daughter's 182,000 followers on Instagram.

"To all Nicole's friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and [her partner] Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning," she wrote.

"As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened. Thank you her mum RIP My beautiful baby girl Nicnac and my grandson Reign, I will miss you for the rest of my life until we meet again in eternal heaven."

Thea pre-scheduled YouTube videos that her family posted because they believe she would have wanted her fans to view them.