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Brad James, Keshia Knight-Pulliam

Actors Demetria McKinney (House of Payne) and Brad James (For Better or Worse) have both been a part of the Tyler Perry empire both starring on hit television series. We interviewed them both on the red carpet at Tyler Perry’s fourth studio grand opening and Demetria McKinney has been with Tyler since his first studio on Krogg Street. READ MORE

Drake performs at The SSE Hydro on March 23, 2017 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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Fat Joe thinks Eric Benet is TRIPPINNNN’ by saying “rich and famous” rappers that glorify the darker sides of hip-hop are proxies to white supremacy ’cause, but according to Fat Joe its just music.
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The Game Attacks Own Teammate In Drew League Fight

The Drew League is one of the best summer leagues around, and it’s not unnatural to see the likes of James Harden, DeMar DeRozan or Nick Young drop in for some games. Sunday’s Drew League playoff game between Birdie’s Revenge and Redemption took a heated turn between teammates. As Redemption was shooting free throws, rapper The Game punched teammate Jarion Henry.
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[Music Video] Lil Scrappy – They Dont Love You

Almost two months after his horrific car crash, Love and Hip Hop star and rapper Lil Scrappy has returned to his roots releasing the first track off his upcoming EP. The visual for “They Don’t Love You” depicts his accident and the fight to get back to his family.
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Back in April, NBA Youngboy released a 13-track mixtape called Until Death Do Us Part, which featured guest appearances from Lil Baby, Birdman & Future. Today, the Baton Rouge rapper decides to revisit that very project and share a new video in its support for the song “Astronaut Kid.”

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Faith Evans and Stevie J’s quick Vegas wedding ain’t gonna cut it, which is why they’re planning a lavish Miami ceremony on a massive luxury yacht.
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Director Spike Lee went after President Donald Trump this week during the premiere of his latest film, “Black KkKlansman.” Lee said Trump is a “man of hate, violence and can’t be trusted to make moral decisions” — all before debuting his new movie at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Harvey Theater in New York City.

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