Rapper Quando Rondo faces new federal drug charges, adding to his history of legal troubles, including an earlier indictment for drug and gang-related activities.
Ginuwine doesn’t remember the Justin Timberlake encounter described in Britney Spears’s memoir!
Nicki Minaj planned to tweak her new album “Pink Friday 2” and add more songs following its December 8 release.
The “Welcome To Collegrove 2” rapper posted an Instagram video of himself being wheeled into the back of the ambulance shortly after the incident, a good indication his injuries weren’t too severe.
MSCHF has been banned from selling Tyga’s “Wavy Baby” sneaker since April 2022.
Lil Durk may have another lawsuit in the mix based on Exceed Talent Capital’s new legal complaint.
The Xscape singer says her child stayed in trouble at school.
Sauce Walka was involved in a police chase that allegedly involved him speeding more than 130 mph before ending in a crash.
Duane “Keefe D” Davis was arrested for his alleged role in Tupac Shakur’s 1996 murder. His trial is scheduled to begin in June 2024.
Florida police arrested NLE Choppa on charges of burglary, carrying a concealed firearm and drug possession in 2021.
The battle of the year might be this weekend. Panic Room 7 is here with Brooklyn Babs, but we also have her talking about wack rappers.
Watch the teaser for the eight-episode program.
The industry insider says people shouldn’t be judge for what happened 40 years ago.
“I’m going to try to calm down ’cause I know I’m a role model.”
Did the former video model defame Cam’s character?
Blac Chyna has seriously upped her workout regime, as shown in a new before-and-after video unveiling her ripped physique.
Snoop Dogg is lifting the lid on exactly how much money he made after racking up one billion Spotify streams.
After dropping “Pink Friday 2,” Nicki Minaj began trending on social media with Latto Friday as fans speculated about the alleged diss.
Nicki Minaj has unveiled her fifth studio album, the highly anticipated “Pink Friday 2,” featuring a star-studded tracklist.
A buyer offered to pay six figures for Young Buck’s catalog in a deal secured by the trustee in his bankruptcy case.