Gangsta Boo was laid to rest at Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi on Saturday (January 14).
The family and friends of Gangsta Boo revealed funeral details for the fallen rap star, who passed away on January 1st. Read more.
From Mac Miller, who overdosed in 2018 at 26, to Juice WRLD, who overdosed in 2019 at just 21, the roster of drug-related deaths just keeps growing.
According to sources close to the situation, the Three 6 Mafia legend was believed to be in possession of a fentanyl-laced substance.
Gangsta Boo discusses what happened on stage when the fight broke out at VERZUZ, what it meant to have Eminem on a song, and more!
Gangsta Boo has blown up again thanks to the Verzuz, but does she have an issue with a stalker since reemerging?
The Academy Award winner shares his thoughts on the aftermath of the brawl.
Last night’s Verzuz battle got heated as water bottles flew across the stage and the stream was abruptly cut mid-transmission.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia was the first rap Verzuz outside of New York in a minute, but things almost got disastrous!
The Oscar winner spoke to Nas and Miss Info about the Memphis crew parting ways.
Who will emerge as the true Kings of the Triplets?
History proves that groups like Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia rapped in a triplet style flow before members of the group, Migos, started elementary school.
DJ Paul and Juicy J claiming rap duo $uicideboy$ have pillaged their catalog in a lawsuit.
Three 6 Mafia is rallying to support group member Crunchy Black, who lost his kid in a tragic shooting over the weekend.
Juicy J is already a rap legend and he will add to his legacy with his brand new album “The Hustle Continues.”
Young Buck Out Of Jail, Addresses 50 Cent, Bankruptcy
Music by two of the greatest groups in Hip Hop history will be presented this week.
Juicy J and G-Eazy are being called to the mat, for ganking DJ Squeeky and Gaylon Love, who say that they are the sole owners a song that was sampled for the hit record “No Limit.”
Music executive Reginald Boyland from On The Strength Records claims that he owns the rights to DJ Paul’s song “Hit a Muthaf*cka.”
It’s clearly hard out here for a pimp! Nine Memphis rappers come at DJ Paul and Juicy J for snatching their rhymes.