Throughout the fall out of the Surviving R. Kelly docu-series, many recalled to the pop culture references toward R. Kelly’s rumored history. The most notable one was Dave Chappelle’s “Piss On You” skit from Chappelle’s Show, which is now confirmed to have ruffled the feathers of the “Pied Pieper of R&B.”
Co-creator of Chappelle’s Show, Neal Brennan, recently made an appearance on The Breakfast Club and while talking about the legendary skit, he revealed that R. Kelly wanted to fight Chappelle and sent “goons” to press him during a trip to Chicago.
“R. Kelly wanted to fight Dave,” Brennan detailed. “His goons stepped to Dave in Chicago and Dave’s goons intervened. The goons negotiated.”
Check out a clip from Neal’s time below and be sure to check out the full interview here.
The parents of deceased Pittsburgh rap mainstay Mac Miller will be in attendance at this year’s Grammy Awards.
Miller’s Swimming album was posthumously nominated for Album Of The Year and according to TMZ, the Millers will be present to accept the award in his name if he wins.
Tragedy struck last year when Miller passed away from an accidental overdose in his California home. He was only 26 years old.
According to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, Miller, 26, passed away from “mixed drug toxicity,” that included “fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol.” “The manner of death was certified as an accident,” according to RadarOnline.
Quavo wants to show Trump how champions are supposed to be treated.
It is a common tradition for every college and professional team to visit the White House upon winning a championship. Since Trump’s presidential term, many teams have denied the invitation to visit the White House. The Golden State Warriors have won 2 championships since POTUS 45 took office. They have denied the visit for consecutive years. They are the favorite to three-peat as NBA champions, so we won’t be surprised if they don’t show up again.
The 2019 College Football Champion Clemson Tigers were the first team to visit the White House a week after their win over Alabama. They were greeted with a fast food buffet for a meal upon entering the White House dining room.
Earlier in the day, Trump said he was going to order fast food when the team arrived.
“I think we are going to serve McDonald’s Wendy’s and Burger King’d with some pizza,” he said. “I would think that’s their favorite food.”
With many of White House staff out due to the government shutdown, Trump purchased the cheapest food he could find.
“Of all the crazy things Trump said and did over the weekend, this might be the craziest,” said Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night show Monday night.
Although Trump is a notorious tweeter, he forgot to use spell check when tweeting about the visit.
Many of the Clemson players said the visit was a joke after being treated as such. Well, Quavo caught wind of this and has extended an invitation to the Clemson Tigers. Although Honcho is a perceived Georgia Bulldogs fan, he wants to show Trump how you should treat a National Champion. It is obvious that Quavo knows more about hospitality than Trump. He is homegrown in Southern roots. As for Trump, it is unsure if he is homegrown in any aspect of hospitality. Hopefully, the Tigers take Quavo up on his offer.
I WANNA SHOW CLEMSON TIGERS AND POTUS HOW CHAMPS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TREATED YALL WELCOME TO COME BY THE QC HEADQUARTERS ANYTIME Dabbin DABO STILL #GODAWGS The Stir Fry Way!
With lineups for festival season continuing to pop up, the Broccoli City Festival has released their line up for their weekend Washington D.C. takeover.
Broccoli City will be a two-day festival that will include an all-night block party, a 5K and fitness day, Trap Karaoke and a Friday Night Preview event, along with the Saturday line-up headlined by Childish Gambino and Lil Wayne.
Joining the headliners of Broccoli City are 6lack, Ella Mai, Lil Baby, Teyana Taylor, Wizkid, Gunna, City Girls, YBN Cordae, Ade, and New Impressionz. The festival will be hosted by Scottie Beam, Rodney Rikai, and Rock Creek Social Club. The Friday night Preview will be headlined by Trippie Redd.
You can check the announcement below and cop your ticket this Friday.
Broccoli City Weekend 2019 Lineup
2-Day Conference All Night Block Party 5K & Fitness Day Broccoli City Festival
Chicago wordsmith/philanthropist Chance The Rapper and Syracuse rhyme spitter Post Malone are among the latest of artists and celebrities who have chosen to distance themselves from disgraced singer R. Kelly following the shocking documentary, which revealed Kelly as a vicious predator.
Following the Surviving R. Kelly debacle, several artists including Lady Gaga and the Pussycat Dolls, pulled their collaborations with Kelly from their catalogs, with Chance and Post as the latest among Hip Hop circles.
Chance the Rapper has revealed he is pulling his song “Somewhere in Paradise” with R. Kelly from all streaming services, while Malone said that he was riding with the victims and all of the other courageous artists that pulled their collabos.
With the lowest selling copies in history, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie album, Hoodie SZN, lands on the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. With just 823 physical records sold, this is a record in history set by the Bronx rapper for lowest hard copies. This can correlate with the streaming his fans on major platforms such as Apple Music, Tidal and more.
According to Billboard, A Boogie’s second project topped the chart by 58,000 copies within last week but mostly came with streaming the album with over 83 million. This topped as where the album went to the No. 1 spot.
As a celebration, “Bad Girl” rapper tweeted “Numero UNO…THE TOP FEELS SO GOOD!!!” Peep the tweet below of the excitement he has landing on the No. 1 spot.
Master P is the latest artist to announce a biopic. The Founder of No Limit Records has inked a deal with Lionsgate to produce his biopic, “King Of The South,” which is fitting for what the music mogul has accomplished. Master P took to Instagram to reveal the good news.
In a statement, the rapper says, “To be alive and partner with a major film company is definitely making history.” He also added that this will be the first story to come from the south to have a major effect on the rap game.
Although no release date has been set, Master P’s biopic will chronicle his childhood, adulthood, and the journey of his music career, No Limit Records, and how his hustle and drive contributed to him becoming the first rapper from the south to have his music played in New York.
After releasing Tha Carter V last October, Weezy is one of the happiest rappers alive. The project was put on hold for a number of years but was finally released on the latter part of 2018. Although it was long overdue, it was well received by fans.
The “Uproar” rap legend signed Drake to Young Money back in 2009. Since then the Young Money roster has had a decade worth of success with Drizzy, Nicki Minaj, and Tyga. While Drake and Nicki have been the biggest Young Money artist over the last 10 years, Tyga’s 2018 comeback puts him back in the conversation of successful Weezy proteges.
To start the year, Wayne is in a gift-giving mood. Drake is known as the 6 God, stemming from his hometown Toronto. Lil Wayne went to popular jeweler Elliot to get Drake a new custom “6” chain. As you can imagine, the chain is dripped in diamonds. In addition to the new chain, Drizzy recently signed a residency deal for $10 million in Las Vegas.
Elliot is a popular jeweler to all the biggest stars in the game such as Offset, Future and more. His popular hashtag #ShouldaWentToElliot is a testament to his reputation. We can’t wait to see the “Nonstop” superstar sport his new gift. Peep the custom made piece below.
DJ Khaled has dropped his latest major key alert and this time, it involves him coming to the big screen. In an Instagram post, Khaled shared his excitement about joining the Bad Boys For Life cast.
“New movie alert,” Asahd’s father said. “Blessed to be joining @willsmith and @martinlawerence in the cast of @badboys #BadBoysForLife movie! Salute @fallahbilall @adilelarbi. May I remind you, its only Jan 15th, 2019. Yall have no idea what’s coming, I’m coming for the Oscars!! God is the greatest.”
Khaled will be joining the cast which includes the original Bad Boy detectives Will Smith and Martin Lawerence. The cast also includes Vanessa Hudgens and Joe Pantoliano.
Heroic Hollywood says the third installment is set to feature another team-up between the two Detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Bennett played by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. This time the duo will go up against a drug cartel. But little do they know, there is a target on Mike’s (Will Smith)head.
Filming for Bad Boys For Life has already begun and is set to hit theaters January 17, 2020.
It looks like Rihanna wasn’t playing when she said, “Please don’t call me on my bluff. Pay me what you owe me.” Not even her father is exempt from payment.
In fact, the “Bitch Better Have My Money” songstress is willing to fight her in court to ensure she receives every penny.
The Fenty family feud ensued after Ronald Fenty established Fenty Entertainment in 2017. Fenty Ent is a talent development company. On the contrary, Rih trademarked the family name to use on an assortment of businesses including beauty products, and clothing.
Rihanna alleges her father and his company are profiting from a name she worked tirelessly to build. Furthermore, she says that in 2015, her father and his business associates falsely presented themselves as her representatives. In doing so they were able to swindle promoters out of millions of dollars.
Perhaps their most brazen attempt was booking the singer for 15 shows throughout Latin America for a price of $15 million. Shockingly, all of this shady business was conducted without her knowledge.
Despite multiple cease and desist order sent to Mr. Fenty on his daughter’s behalf he proceeded to file a “Fenty” trademark request for resort boutiques. Ultimately he was unsuccessful.
As a result of continued underhanded business practices by her dad, Rihanna is requesting a judge placed an injunction on her dad using the name Fenty as well as payment for damages.