For the past minute TikTok has been ablaze with people and celebrities showing off their physics under red and dim lights, but one Twitter user named rappers he felt could actually spit a hot 16 over Doja's "Streets" instrumental.
The extremely rare Jordans are going for anywhere from $8,000 to $24,000 depending on size. Either way, we ain't never gettin' them.
On Monday (Feb. 1), the influential social movement was nominated for one of the most prestigious awards of the year in the Nobel Peace Prize.
In a new report, staff workers who assisted the rapper and producer with his Sunday Service events are gathering to file a lawsuit that could reach up to $30 million if all factors align.
Kid Cudi continues to evolve his brand in and out of the board room. The "Make Her Say" rapper has announced that he and 50 Cent are working on a project together.
T.I. and Tiny Harris are having a very rough week online. The king and queen of Grand Hustle are being characterized as sexual predators.
Welp, there is still no word on a new Rihanna album, but we did get some new photos to thirst over.
Ja Rule took to Twitter to blast Robinhood for shutting down individual investors from buying up GameStop and other stocks, and he elaborated on his position via a new interview.
Kevin Hart is taking his talents into the podcast game thanks to a partnership with SiriusXM. This week the movie star announced his new show "Inside Jokes" with one of the most legendary comedians in the game as his first guest: Jerry Seinfeld.
According to The U.K. Sun, the unauthorized gathering was actually planned by Rita Ora.
While Keeping Up With the Kardashians is on its way out, Kim Kardashian is keeping up with her bread as she and her husband Kanye West work out the financial side of their divorce.
Michael Harris, the man who privately funded the start-up money to launch Death Row Records, is a free man.