There’s a thin line between something being artsy and creative and something being over the top and out of pocket. Pop star Katy Perry veered way past the former and all the way into the latter during a recent performance.
Perry brought out some big, big booty dancing mummies to join her on stage during her set. The images from the performance so some characters had bit butts, big breasts and bright red lips. Many thought she was more mimmickig what she thought black women look like.
Many didn’t take kindly to her portrayl or attempted portrayl of African-American women and most took to twitter to voice their rage.
Noted hip-hop journalist and historian, Davey D was one of the many who asked why something like this is ok
Davey wasn’t the only one going in. Check out some more tweets here
It’s always good to see two members of the hip-hop world who have had beef with each other in the past, come together to squash that beef.
Jim Jones and Mason “Ma$e” Betha have been at war for years since Ma$e dissed their mutal friend Cam’ron by not showing up to “Horse & Carriage” video shoot. At the time, Ma$e was a way bigger star than Cam and Jim was just Killa’s hypeman. That beef between the Dipset founders and the rapper turned pastor turned rapper again never seem to simmer.
That is until now.
Jones recently posted a photo on Instagram of the two with the caption:
“Harlem 1 of the 2 ni**as tht paved th way for me to get out the hood #Ma$e #HarlemSticksTogether ayo@mr_camron when u gone shoot th real #Movie u know we gotta a story to tell”
This past weekend, thousands of people of Puerto Rican descent converged onto New York City for the Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Parade floats, good music and even better food bring out those who rep that flag and those that don’t. The event has always brought out a number of celebrities who came out to represent their culture. This year is no different.
Check out some pictures of Erica Mena, Emily B and more enjoying the parade.
If you missed the release of the Air Jordan championship pack, then you’re in luck. You can still own a pair of the exclusive kicks, but it’s going to cost you.
Nas’ 12AM Run sneaker boutique teamed up with XS Vegas Nightclub for the “Ultimate Vegas Champagne Pack.”
The package includes a 3 liter bottle of Ace, 3 exclusive bottles of Ace of Spades that are the same green color as the ‘Champagne’ Air Jordan 6’s, a dance floor table or table on the night club’s stage, cigars, and ‘Championship Cigar’ Air Jordan 6’s. Price tag for the ultimate pack, $12,000.
Source: 12 AM Run
Gabrielle Union Gabrielle Union Shows Off Her Bikini Body On The Set Of Being Mary JaneGabrielle Union is gearing up for season 2 of her hit show Being Mary Jane. S
he posted a picture of her on Instagram showing off her bikini body standing next to a big rig captioned:
Big Rigs x Big Hair = #beingmaryjane #season2
The new season of her hit show begins soon on BET
Iconic girls group, TLC came from Rihanna recently, and she came for them right back.
In a recent interview with Channel 7’s Sunrise, both T-Boz & Chilli had a few words for Rihanna, saying that they became one of the biggest girl groups in history without having to sell sex, unlike the Barbadian singer:
“Every time I see you, you don’t have to be naked,” T-Boz said about Rihanna. “It’s easy to sell sex.”
“We became the biggest girl selling group of all time with our clothes on and that says a lot,” Chilli added. “We could go around too with booby cakes out all day long.”
Rihanna quickly clapped back via Twitter, posting a promo photo of TLC with their chests out as her cover pic, and saying she doesn’t care what the “old thots” have to say.
Check out the pictures below
Yesterday, Tunnel Vision Management, Precise Earz and Zulu Faz hosted media and fans at the Microsoft Store at Perimeter Mall in Atlanta Georgia.
Zulu Faz @ Microsoft Store; Djsdoingwork.com
The v.i.p gaming suite brought together gaming fans and fans of Faz to kick it for an afternoon of fun. Hosted by Fort Knox and music by Xavier Blk, gift bags provided by Microsoft and Faz were passed out to all those who attended.
Zulu Faz + Fort Knox, Djsdoingwork.com
The event was great overall. While we were there, we got the chance to speak with Faz real quick about how he got into music, his African roots, his favorite game to play and more.
Stream his interview below