Lil Wayne once rapped “as long as my b***hes love me, I could give a f**k about no hater.” And, I would think that his kids, wife or something would be more effective in not giving a f**k about haters. But, now that he’s said that, it seems that he’s taking a real loss right now in the form of “Superhead” Karrine Steffans. The pair duked it out over the text and ended their relationship once and for all. Remember, she wrote a whole book about Wayne. And now she is putting him on full blast. Peep.
(AllHipHop News) It appears the problems between Chicago rapper Chief Keef and Atlanta group Migos has gone from social media to wax. Migos released the song “Jealousy” as a response to Keef’s recent shots at them on Twitter.
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Keef sent out a tweet last week saying he felt Migos was sneak dissing him. Migos then responded with a tweet that was later deleted. In that message the “Versace” performers implied they were willingly to meet Keef in Chicago writing, “Will b in Chiraq Next Week Pull Up @ChiefKeef.”
This all lead to Migos’ new song “Jealousy.” The hook to the track refers to Keef’s accusation they were dissing him:
So n***a wanna hate on me / So n***as wanna pout on me / They jealous and they enemy / Cause I’m really who they wanna be / I ain’t never did a sneak diss / Call my hitman quick to put you on that hit list.
President Barack Obama made the trip to South Africa to appear at the National Memorial for Nelson Mandela. Check out his speech for Madiba inside...
Along with First Lady Michelle Obama, The Bushes and The Clintons, President Obama hopped on Air Force 1 last night to make a moving speech at Mandela's National Memorial service in South Africa today. Citizens and leaders from around the world gathered outside of Johannesburg at FNB Stadium, also known as Soccer City to remember the greatness of South Africa's first black President. Obama spoke about how Mandela makes him wants to be a better man saying:
We will never see the likes of Nelson Mandela again. But let me say to the young people of Africa and the young people around the world -- you, too, can make his life’s work your own. Over 30 years ago, while still a student, I learned of Nelson Mandela and the struggles taking place in this beautiful land, and it stirred something in me.
It woke me up to my responsibilities to others and to myself, and it set me on an improbable journey that finds me here today. And while I will always fall short of Madiba’s example, he makes me want to be a better man. He speaks to what’s best inside us.
Check out the video below. Kirk Franklin performs at the 15 minute mark. And President Obama makes his entrance at the 20 minute mark.
It's been a coupled days since we've had some Kanye news. So y'all already know something was bound to happen. Dude kicked out a female concert goer who he said was heckling him last night during a Yeezus tour stop. Peep the video inside...
During his nightly rant over the "Runaway" , Mr. West reminded San Antonio, Texas whose concert they were attending. Allegedly, a woman right by the stage kept chanting at Kanye to remove his Maison Martin Margiela mask (he wears one at ever concert). He stopped, pointed at her and motioned her to be taken out. That "Off with her head!" motion.
Then he said:
"Do I look like a motherfucking comedian? Don't fucking heckle me. I'm Kanye motherfucking West!"
Peep the video a nearby fan caught of the lady getting escorted out:
Jon had proposed to his girlfriend of eight years, Vicky, more than once before, but she'd never been ready for marriage. In the video above, Vicky -- finally ready to tie the knot -- pops the question to Jon with the help of family and friends. Little did she know he had a surprise of his own planned! Watch the proposal to see what happened.