Gentlemen of Atlanta, when Shay “Buckeey” Johnson is the only noted female figure at a heavily publicized event its time to revisit your five-year plan to make sure you are still on the correct path. I mean, really take an in-depth assessment of self. Do you know where you’re going to? Do you like the things life is showing you?
Check out flicks of Meek Mill and DJ Drama partying it up with Bobby V (who had the most vagina per square foot), Sean Garrett, French Montana and more inside the Velvet Room in celebration of their birthdays below. No one could be bothered to fly Draya Michelle out, apparently.
“Givenchy sounds like a fucking shitty ball player. Like a fucked up city in Spain. ‘Where are you going Michael?’ Givenchy,” Tyler The Creator joked with Pusha T while filming the music video for “Trouble On My Mind”.
But label loving entertainers and athletes can’t get enough of the French luxury brand — especially Riccardo Tisci’s graphic tees. It’s their polite way of saying “I spent your car note on this t-shirt because I can” with consideration to the common man.
Drunk Ass Tami put the Boone’s Farm down long enough to enjoy an evening at the theater, Jill Scott and Queen Latifah visit 106 & Park to promote the all-chocolate version of ‘Steel Magnolias’, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon treat their tiny tots to a day at the Santa Monica Pier and more in today’s edition of Star Tracks. Check out the flicks below!
The 5th grade graduating class at Public School 152 in Brooklyn already have a new inspirational song to perform in unison next spring at their graduation ceremony. Mariah Carey dropped the video for her Rick Ross and Meek Mill assisted single, “Triumphant (Get Em),” on Tuesday. Watch after the jump!
Here’s something you’ll be hard pressed to catch women and assorted gays sensitive to the slightest of insults participating in while pre-gaming for Ladies’ Night, and you know I’m telling the truth.
On the latest episode of his Dreams & Nightmares Tour vlog Maybach Music rapper Meek Mill trades friendly fire with funny man Kevin Hart while backstage at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. If you were one of the uncouth kids in the hallway that spent whatever down time available between classes to crack jokes at the expense of your friends you’ll appreciate this clip.
Jimmie ‘J.J.’ Walker Explains Idiocy of His Own Anti-Gay Marriage Stance
“There’s just certain traditions that need to be upheld. I’ll give you the other side of it, no it doesn’t affect me, no it doesn’t change my life. There’s just traditions that need to be dealt with. I’m a believer that gay marriage should be passed because the battle is not worth the war. The gay lobby is very loud. I’m totally against it.”
“In 100 years from now, people are going to go, ‘Who was against gay marriage?’ And I’ll be one of those idiots and say, ‘That’s me.’ I’m just against it on moral grounds, that’s it. I’m as much a heathen as anybody. I just don’t believe on moral grounds it should be done. I don’t like it, I don’t accept it.” (Gawker)
Jamie Foxx: Frank Ocean Is ‘Courageous’
“Elton John did it. For Frank Ocean to do it and be hip-hop and black, he’s breaking ground, and kudos to him. At the end of the day, his music is for everybody,” Foxx told MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz before breaking into a bit of comedy.
“Now when I put his music on, I am trying to get at the ladies. Frank, you helping me out. You done left more for me, Frank,” he said jokingly.
“When I heard that he came out, I thought, ‘Courageous, hooray for him,’ ” Foxx continued. “It’s just the beginning. I have several friends who live in darkness and live in fear, and it’s just time. (MTV)
Jamie Foxx And Daughter Corinne Arrive At Soho House
While rapper Meek Mill is recovering from people outside of the music industry Googling his name following the Chris Brown / Drake bar brawl and R&B heartthrob Omarion — now known as The High Priestess of Cunt to you lessers — is praying for a hit, Maybach Music Group’s second compilation album hits stores on Tuesday.
Hours before using his chin to play catch-and-release with a champagne bottle Chris Brown inside of a New York City club showed off his graffiti skills to Fuse TV for an upcoming special.
More details have surfaced from his bottle-flying night out, including pictures of the 24-year-old tourist who was struck in the head during the melee and Drake’s denial of participating in the ratchet javelin throw.