Meek Mill made his voice heard at a Reform Philly rally that was held in his honor on Tuesday (March 13). Calling in from prison, the rapper addressed his fans and supporters in attendance at the rally, which included his lawyer Joe Tacopina, Rev. Al Sharpton, and Mill’s mother, who held up a banner with the rapper’s face on it.
With just days before the first episode of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta season seven, Spice has revealed the reason why she joined the cast.
Shortly after Rihanna and others criticized Snapchat for running an insensitive ad about domestic violence, the messaging app’s stock dropped nearly 4 percent, losing $800 million in market value, according to CNN.
Halsey is no longer “Alone.” The pop songstress taps Big Sean and Stefflon Don for the official remix to her latest single.
After amassing debt worth $20 billion, the company filed for Chapter 11 protection on Wednesday (March 14), according to the Los Angeles Times. By doing so, iHeart, formerly known as Clear Channel, is attempting to remain in business while solidifying its recovery efforts.
At least four police officers are facing possible disciplinary sanctions after an investigation identified that they played roles in Alkaline’s controversial ‘After All’ video that featured scenes of guns, trigger-pulling, weed-smoking, criminality and corrupt cops.
Alkaline music video director Jay Will has stepped forward to apologize for the violent video “After All” which has come under scrutiny from the police department.