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Does she think he's going to be faithful?
Patrick Allocco says goons came and kidnapped him when Nas took the money and didn't perform in Angola.
Your Black World reports
Live Nation is responding to the lawsuit filed by a man who attended one of their concerts. The suit alleges that during a 2008 taping of “Making the Band,” Kevin Faraday was hit in the stomach with a microphone.
Your Black World reports.
The rapper 50 Cent has signed a major deal with Pepsi to distribute his energy drink. The rapper’s drink, called “Street King,” was created to raise funds to feed hungry children in African (and also to make a profit, we’re sure).
The rapper tweeted about the deal this week: "I did a deal with pepsi to distribute streetking its gonna be every were (sic) buy a bottle a feed some one in need."
50 Cent has been highly entrepreneurial over the years. In 2008, he created a line of condoms called “Magic Stick,” and in 2007, he sold his stake in a vitamin water company co-owned with Glaceau (Formula 50), earning over $100 million after taxes.
The rapper became famous after the 2003 release of his hit album, “Get Rich or Die Tryin,” and then followed up with “The Massacre” in 2005. He also made a movie called “Get Rich or Die Tryin” alongside Terrence Howard in 2005.
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The rapper Jim Jones appears to have a few enemies. Thanks to the artist Trick Trick, he was able to evade his enemies in Detroit.
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It seems like someone needs to do a recount on this vote.
Maya Angelou is angry at the rapper Common for putting her on a song with the N-word all over it.
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You ever wonder where the concept of the video vixen comes from? This video about Sara Bartman, the original video vixen, reminds us of the tradition of objectifying black women and their bodies.