In the music and entertainment industry it seems like you can’t even trust those closest too you at times.

Rumor has it that Dej Loaf fired her manager, Joy, after she allegedly stole $50K from Dej’s account.

It didn’t help that the manager also set all of her social media account pages to private and deleted all photos of Dej off of her page. Is it greed or are these folks not being paid well? Broke or not, one’s moral compass should still work.

Didn’t Dej get into a scuffle with her former management last year?


When DJ Whoo Kid left SiriusXM, he was detained by NYPD on issues related to child support.

The pseudo-arrest happened when Nassau County Sheriffs picked him up in Manhattan on an outstanding family court warrant on Aug. 8 for missing a court date.

Whoo Kid is reportedly wo years behind on child support, reports have indicated, but the G-Unit affiliate was able to prove he was up to date.

In 2013, the DJ was arrested for unpaid parking tickets.


Young Thug has made an undeniable mark in music thanks to his abstract fashion as well as his performances on songs such as T.I.’s “About The Money” and Rich Gang’s “Lifestyle.”

Is the Atlanta-raised rhymer planning to switch up his professional persona? According to Thug’s 300 label head Lyor Cohen, a name change could be imminent for the Slime Season 3 mixtape creator.

“The reality of the situation is Young Thug is not going to be ‘Young Thug’ anymore. His new name is going to be ‘No My Name Is Jeffery.’ That’s his new name,” Cohen stated during an interview with the Rap Radar podcast. “And the reality is when you see this commercial, you’re all going to understand what we do here at 300. Because it’s powerful images of what makes someone Young Thug and what the evolution and how someone is Jeffery. It’s a circular thing, it’s important.”

The veteran music executive continued, ‘No My Name is Jeffery’ is on its way. Please respect us to actually segue and utilize his name going forward because it’s important.”
The man born Jeffery Williams is scheduled to release a new music collection titled Jeffery on August 16.

Listen to a segment of Lyor Cohen’s interview below.
A photo posted by “”JEFFERY”” (@thuggerthugger1) on Aug 14, 2016 at 8:15pm PDT


If you have ever seen The Eric Andre Show then you know it’s nowhere near the typical late night talk show.

The Adult Swim program is one of the most unpredictable and purposely awkward series on television.

Over three seasons, host Eric André and co-host Hannibal Buress have experienced strange moments with rap stars like Wiz Khalifa, Chance The Rapper, and Tyler, The Creator.

However, the shenanigans on the season four premiere were too much for Atlanta native Tip “T.I. ” Harris.

The star of The Family Hustle reality show walked off TEAS after a man exposing his privates appeared on set.

“Aw sh-t, I’m gone. I’m out this b-tch,” stated Tip before exiting.

Watch The Eric Andre Show with T.I. below.


‘Power’s’ creator Courtney Kemp recently pissed off 50 Cent by running Sunday’s episode with a clip that included a frontal shot of 50’s penis!

50 took to social media to unleash a pretty harsh rant on Kemp as he called her a b-tch and told her to kiss his a-s. 50 also seemed pretty upset because he said his aunt couldn’t tune in to watch the episode, and that cut wasn’t in the first 3 edits. 50 spazzed out telling Kemp and Starz,

“Nah y’all got me f**** up!”

Many began to wonder if 50 felt so strongly about it, why was the scene filmed in the first place. Kemp says 50 signed his waiver like everyone else, and knew what time it was. Is 50 pulling a Taylor Swift-like publicity stunt? LOL


Hip-Hop wordsmith Pusha T’s Play Cloths fashion brand is getting political with its latest line of anti-Trump, pro-Hillary t-shirts.

The Virginia native debuted the shirts this afternoon via Twitter.

The shirt’s design plays off Clinton’s famous “Delete your account” shot sent at Trump through Twitter on the front.
While on the back is featured the hashtag #IMWITHHER.

All proceeds from the shirt’s sales will go towards prison reform and the rehab initiative Re- Imagine Justice.

Prison reform is a cause that Pusha T is currently putting in work for with his #SchoolsNotPrisons tour along with Ty Dolla $ign.

Push has shown support for Clinton in the past, as he recently FaceTimed with the presidential candidate and famed blogger Karen Civil in a call of action for voter registration.

Give Pusha’s tweets announcing the latest wears a look below and click here to purchase.




Although Bow Wow has gotten to a pretty cool place in his life and his career, he says that things weren’t always so peaceful.

Bow Wow revealed to DJ Vlad that he once thought about ending it all because he had become so reckless.

Bow Wow said he was in a dark space around his third album where he contemplated suicide.

The reason he contemplated suicide is a little bit strange. He says that he contemplated suicide because he had done everything: he’d been everywhere, driven every car, slept with all the women etc.
Even if a person feels like they’ve done “everything,” there still has to be something that someone aspires to achieve.

He also didn’t confirm or deny whether or not he slept with Kim Kardashian in the past.

But, his response actually kind of confirmed it completely. Oh, and Bow Wow makes women sign non-disclosure forms when they come over to party in hopes that he won’t end up on the blogs. I’ve never heard of someone wanting to commit suicide because they’ve done “everything” already. Well, we are glad to see Bow Wow has a healthier mindset now!


Gucci Mane is enjoying his new positive drug free lifestyle since serving three years in prison on a federal gun possession charge.

In the interview with the The Fader, Gucci discussed the harsh conditions that he faced in prison as he describes it as “hell.”

The rapper also outlined some of the ways he’s benefited from his three year isolation from the outside world as he as no longer able to access drugs such as lean and marijuana.

“I was on drugs so bad, I talked different. When I was smoking damn near a pound of weed every other day, I was congested. When I was drinking lean like crazy every day, I was out of my mind,” Gucci Mane admitted.
Now he says he is much more clear minded without the influence of the drugs, which he attributes as a cause for the recent outlandish rumors of him being a clone that spread like wildfire.

“It’s funny. I embrace it. A clone is, like, perfection. So if I look like a machine or a robot, then I’m doing something well,” Gucci Mane said.

Guwop is set to release his first album since his return from prison Everybody Looking tomorrow.

Give the interview a look below.


Rappers Waka Flocka & The Game definitely have had some harsh words for one another on social media, but according to Waka, it’s all been a misunderstanding.

Waka posted a clip on Instagram expressing his frustration with rappers being fake with their actions and intentions following the recent deaths resulting from police brutality.

Waka basically said you can’t post d##k prints on social media and lead the community simultaneously.

“They f-cking models on Instagram showing their bodies and d##k prints…..I’m not finna be doing no black peace treaties when I can’t stop a n-gga dying in my hood.”
The Game is known for his Instagram clap backs, so it wasn’t long before he took offense and went in on Waka.

The Game felt Waka was addressing him because he has posed in his underwear for the ‘gram, and he recently ran a gang summit in LA that was organized to address community issues.

The Game went in on Waka for allegedly catching herpes, and for losing his wife. When Waka got wind of The Game’s insults, he posted a video expressing his disappointment in Game falling into the everyday trap of internet instigating.

“That’s really crazy Game. You really fed into this Internet instigating. You got homies. I got homies. They all know each other. Like if you felt I was even talking bout you, you shoulda called me my n##ga. I wasn’t even talking bout you. How many n##gas posed with they sh-t out? I’m just saying s##t that happened. But if you were on positive vibes, you would’ve called me on some positive s##t instead of being real commercial and comical about it. Turning this s##t into some kind of war. This is real positive vibes. I’m not mad at you homie. But just know you fed into what the blogs wanted,” said Waka.

Do you think Waka was really talking about Game, and he’s trying to take the high road because he got called out about it? What are your thoughts?

Facts!!! Don’t start this internet instigating… 👇
A video posted by WAKA FLOCKA (@wakaflocka) on Jul 20, 2016 at 8:00am PDT
Just not for the lame shit. i/we want action and truth!!!!
A video posted by WAKA FLOCKA (@wakaflocka) on Jul 20, 2016 at 8:19am PDT
Real is real #BigHomieFlock I want all the smoke when somebody light my blunt #YouThat I’m a grown ass 30year old man on social media amongst young-ins #No #InternetInstigating I said it once I’ll say it twice I wasn’t referring to nobody just talking some real nigga shit… #BigDawg
A video posted by WAKA FLOCKA (@wakaflocka) on Jul 20, 2016 at 2:52pm PDT
To whom it may concern: mi nah ramp wid di bumboclatt rap bwoy dem, ‘specially wid a waste man dat wear dry up counterfeit locks & hav big lip like a one gyals swell up pomms dat di catch a herpes. But be’cuz mi juss a feel well & blessed today, mi a guh share some words of wisdom … Stop catch up wid di bad mind people dem, take heed & recognize when Jah bless yuh wid a good ‘ooman (Tammy). Swallow yuh pride and use all di goodness life has blessed you with to go and catch her back! Be’cuz truss when mi seh! Yuh nah whan di bad man tingz. My Yute, yuh nah whan dis yah… Back to da positive vibrations, may Jah Bless yuh on your journey. Man dem fi seh, BLACK LIVES MATTER!!!! Yah Dun Know!
A video posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on Jul 20, 2016 at 2:01pm PDT


Common has signed on to star in a remake of coming-of-age drama “Cooley High.”

The Oscar winner will also produce the revamp of the 1975 Blaxploitation comedic drama, which featured Glynn Turman and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs.

“Cooley High” was set in Common’s hometown of Chicago, Illinois, and centered on a pair of teen best friends during the final weeks of the school year.

The original film was produced on a $750,000 budget and grossed $13 million at the U.S. box office, making it one of the top 30 highest domestic grossing films of 1975.
Bosses at America’s ABC network developed a TV adaptation of “Cooley High” soon afterward, but the pilot was poorly received.

As a result, studio executives asked the show’s producers to completely revamp the show as a sitcom with new characters and a new title, and the series became beloved comedy “What’s Happening!”

Should Common Remake and “Star” In “Cooley High”!!?
Yes, It Needs A New Update
NO!! You Don’t Touch A Classic!