The BET awards was quite political. Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar combated social injustice with their performance to Beyoncé's "Freedom". Jesse Williams gave a phenomenal speech on social inequalities and empowering people of color. Usher visually displayed his disagreement with Donald Trump's campaign by sporting a "Don't Trump America" shirt during his "No Limit" performance with Young Thug. Bigotry will not be tolerated in 2016.
July Rap snacks are coming to a store near you. Lil Romeo is the owner which explains why his washed up ass is on the packaging but can't knock the hustle... I SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES. Anyway.... Romeos chips are flavored Bar-B-Quin with My Honey, Migos' flavored chips are Sour Cream With a Dab of Ranch and Fetty Wap's are Honey Jalapeño chips. The brand is encouraging consumers to use the hashtag #rapsnacksigotchips on social networks. Previous faces of the brand include Ol Dirty Bastard, Master P and Meek Mill, which are all Philly natives. The founder James Fly Lindsay is a Philly native. Rap snacks started in 1994. Lil Romeo purchased the company in 2007 for an undisclosed amount of money.
The Saint Pablo Tour jumps off in Indianapolis August 25th and ends in October. Presale tickets for the 37 date your go on sale at 10 am June 16th exclusively for Tidal subscribers. Due to overwhelming demand Kanye added tour dates in Toronto, Miami, Oakland and Los Angeles. Will you be attending?
Rapper Lil Wayne was taken to Creighton University Medical Center in Ohama Nebraska, Monday, June 13, 2016. Several seizures forced his plane to make two emergency landings.
A spokesman for the Omaha Airport Authority confirmed that the Dwayne Carter's plane was sent to the city's Eppley Airfield due to a medical emergency. After medical treatment was refused, Lil Wayne's private jet refueled and took off. After the departure the pilot declared another medical emergency and the aircraft returned.
Lil Wayne, 33, was rushed to the hospital and needed immediate attention.
A rep told The fader Lil Wayne is in "stable conditions and good spirit".
We first heard of Lil Wayne having multiple seizures in 2013. Lil Wayne went public with his epilepsy during a Power 106 FM interview in Los Angeles. "I’ve had a bunch of seizures — ya’ll just never hear about them.
Lil Wayne is arguably the best rapper alive. Let's keep him in our prayers.
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