Women empowerment brings unlikely groups together for a common cause and music is the best way to do it. With hits by Megan Thee Stallion, GloRilla, City Girls, and more, here are the top five women’s anthems. “F.N.F.” By GloRilla The Memphis rapper’s career has skyrocketed following the release of her smash hit “F.N.F” feat. […]
In a recent interview, Dir. Robert Townsend revealed “W.A.P.” rappers Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B want first dibs on starring in a possible B.A.P.S. remake. The 1997 classic was directed by Townsend and originally starred by Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle-Reid. During an interview with /Film, director and comedian Robert Townsend shared that Megan […]
In honor of Women’s History Month, SOHH has been giving female artists their flowers back-to-back. This time, we celebrate some of the most influential women who paved the way in the hip-hop genre, such as Lil Kim, Queen Latifah, Nicki Minaj, and more. Here are the top ten influential women in hip-hop, who have also […]
Culture critic Wack 100 has jumped into the line of fire between J. Prince and Offset after disputing claims that the Rap-a-Lot Records mogul rescued Cardi B. during a potential gang beef with the Crips for her use of the word “flu” before a performance in Los Angeles.
Prince went at the Migos member in a lengthy Instagram post yesterday, calling Offset a “fake mothafucka” after Offset claimed that he doesn’t know Prince “from a can of paint.” Prince alleges he came to Cardi’s rescue in L.A., but the “Bodak Yellow” rapstress calls the 57-year-old’s claims “fairy tales” and that the only people that came through on her side were Wack and Big U.
“NEVER….tell him to show receipts,” she fired back on Twitter. “Only people that was there was Wack and Big U ….why would he be call for anything involving crips? Whole bunch of fairy tales.”
Wack responds to Prince and his issues with Offset, accusing Prince of “dry snitching” by bringing up his past problems with the Migos member.
Last week, music mogul and the unofficial mayor of Houston, J. Prince, spoke on Takeoff and his relationship with Offset at the time of Takeoff’s untimely death on Gillie and Wallo’s A Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast. Offset contended that Prince’s opinions were offensive to Takeoff’s family, but the Rap-A-Lot mogul claims that Quavo and Takeoff’s family didn’t “really f*** with” Offset.
Prince took to IG today(February 8) to “warn” the Migos member, saying, “This clown Offset suffering from being a fake motherf**** disease. He wanna play victim now, but he was a volunteer when he spoke threats about me and my family name in his mouth about what he gonna do. ‘Why you didn’t call me to talk’ is the twist he wanna use. Tell lies in your woman ear, n****. I don’t have time to listen to weak s***. Now you wanna fake in front of a camera, trying to hide behind Takeoff’s mother when I’ve shown nothing but respect for her and [her] family. See, boy, you acting like you’re a part of a family that don’t really f*** with you because you’re a snake.”
“Now you don’t know me from a can of paint. Let me see if I can refresh your memory,” Prince continued. “Remember we talked when you got your a** whooped in Atlanta? You forgot? Remember when you called upon me and I came to LA and met with you because you was nervous about your wife performing because she had them issues about using the word ‘flu’? You forgot? Remember when you and Sauce Walka was beefing and you wanted me to stamp that bulls***? You forgot that too? I can go on, but I think you remember now.”
Prince then added what he alleges is the “real reason” why Offset didn’t join Quavo’s tribute to Takeoff at the Grammy Awards, adding, “See this is the reason I say blood make you kin and loyalty make you family because of motherf****** like you that have stuck a knife in the back of the ones you call your brother. Explain since you’re a real a** n****. Explain to the people the real reason why you weren’t on that stage at the Grammys with Quavo, who you call your brother, for the tribute. You ain’t man enough to do that because you what we call a tender d*** n****. Takeoff, Quavo, and the family wasn’t f***** with you for a while before his passing and still don’t f*** with you because you a rattlesnake n****. Quavo been letting you make it because he gotta good heart. It’s consequences when you f*** with me. I don’t have no heart for no snake, and I give you what you ask for. And by the way, I don’t think I’m no John Gotti. That ain’t who I looked up to. It’s no secret who my OG is — the flag you perpetrate with. Homie, you better go do what you do best. Write some rhymes and quit playing gangsta. I don’t want no trouble, peace.”
Offset responded to a veiled threat made by J. Prince during an interview with the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast. The Migos rapper appeared angry but didn’t address the Houston rap icon by name. Former Migos member, Offset, lit up his Instagram to address statements that appeared to be a threat by J. Prince. […]
Every year the rap album of the year is a moment of high conversation on the timeline. In the 50th year of Hip-Hop, Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers is the winner. The award was presented by Cardi B.
King Kendrick beat out Jack Harlow’s Come Home The Kids Miss You, DJ Khaled’s GOD DID, Future’s I NEVER LIKED YOU and Pusha T’s It’s Almost Dry.
Earlier in the evening, Kendrick Lamar’s “The Heart Pt. 5” won Best Rap Song.
Cardi B called into The Breakfast Club show on Jan. 17, where she shared her reaction to Takeoff’s death and why she almost filed for divorce from Offset during the show’s morning “Rumor Report.” Cardi B called the Breakfast Club radio show to speak with Jason Lee during the “Rumor Report” segment. She shared the […]
Cardi B and Offset appear in a Valentine’s Day-themed commercial for McDonald’s for this year’s Superbowl. This marks Offset’s first Super Bowl commercial as Cardi appeared in a Super Bowl / Pepsi Ad in 2019. Offset & Cardi Featured In McDonald’s Ad After A-list celebrities such as Saweetie, Pusha T, and Travis Scott took over […]
Hip-Hop love will be on display at the Super Bowl. Cardi B and Offset will appear in a new Super Bowl ad for McDonald’s and will showcase their love.
According to TMZ, the Hip-Hop couple teamed up for a McDonald’s commercial around Christmas, and it will air on game day. The upcoming ad is stated to just be them two and Valentine’s Day themed. The Super Bowl will air two days ahead of the day of love.
Cardi B previously appeared in a Super Bowl ad for Pepsi. This will be Offset’s first.
The ad will be the first brand partnership since Cardi wrapped up a partnership with Reebok last year. After a four-year partnership, Cardi and Reebok are wrapping up their partnership.
Reebok CEO Todd Krinsky stated that the partnership with Cardi has proudly pushed boundaries and have put an emphasis on inclusivity and self- expression. He went on to say, “we’re so grateful for our partnership with Cardi over the years. Having the opportunity to collaborate with someone as passionate, iconic and talented as her is an unmatched experience and will certainly leave a lasting impact on the brand”. Today on her Instagram, Cardi posted her final collection which is the second part of her “Let Me Be…Next Level Energy.” “For my final collection with Reebok, I had to make sure we brought it to the next level. I needed every piece from the slides to the jumpsuit to be as big, bold, and fun as we could make them,” explained the Bronx bred rapper.
“It started with advertisement, and I just loved what they brought to the table,” Cardi B told FN about the partnership. “ I love that they saw my ideas. When I went to their headquarters in Boston, they welcomed me. It was freezing that day and I just had such a good experience and I thought, ‘Why not?’ I didn’t want to team up with someone who doesn’t care about my vision and just the product, but Reebok did.”
The Cardi B x Reebok partnership, which launched September 29,2022, features two styles: the Club C Cardi ($100) and the Cardi Coated Club C Double ($80). The two styles come in three different colors and are available in both women’s and children’s sizing. The Club C Cardi style sold out in the United States in 30 minutes.