A Tyga & Blac Chyna Sex Tape Is Being Shopped Around


A supposed sex tape between Tyga and ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna is being shopped around.

TMZ who first reported the story states that the tape has been “sent to media outlets and porn companies”, however none have come forward at this time.

Though neither Tyga nor Blac Chyna have been verified as the people in the tape, TMZ also reports that the two individuals in the video have the exact same tattoos as the celeb pair.

Chyna’s lawyer Walter Mosley also took time to speak to TMZ releasing a statement that claimed Chyna “will go after anyone who releases the tape … with a vengeance.”

The pair have both moved on since the relationship ended and Chyna is currently engaged to Rob Kardashian who is the half-brother of Tyga’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner.

50 Cent Gets Blasted for Making Fun of Disabled Airport Employee

50 Cent has apologized to Andrew Farrell’s family and released a statement to Page Six. Read it below.
“While the incident at the airport resulted from an unfortunate misunderstanding, I am truly sorry for offending the young man. It was certainly not my intent to insult him or the disability community, which is a source of great strength in America. I have apologized personally to him and his family.”
Original Story:
50 Cent is under fire after a video he posted of a Cincinnati airport employee 50 claims looks to be on drugs went viral. As local NBC affiliate WLWT is reporting, the teen whom 50 clowned actually has a disability and suffers from social anxiety, and his parents are outraged that the rapper would ridicule the 19-year-old in such a public manner.
“Just sickening. It’s very hard to watch,” Kent Farrell, the boy’s father says in a broadcast report. “To put this video out there, say my son is on drugs or whatever, that’s part of his social anxiety he’s not wanting to talk, he’s not wanting to communicate. He’s walking on, he’s doing his job.”
Another TV report below finds the employee, named Andrew Farrell, speaking out about the incident, and in the footage you can tell he’s somewhat challenged. The report claims he has a form of autism, and now TMZ is saying the kid’s parents have “lawyered up” and the only thing keeping them from suing 50 is “stiff attorney fees.” If Curtis were to donate $1 million to Andrew’s GoFundMe page, however, they say the whole thing could be forgotten.
The teen was reportedly very proud when he acquired a job as an airport janitor on his own, but in light of 50’s joking, his parents are unsure how he will feel moving forward. “The more I thought about it, the more upset I got,” Amanda Kramer, his mother, said. “The more mad I got. Cause this could really hurt him for future.” She continued, “I think he needs to retract it and I would like for him to make a public apology.”
The video has already been removed from 50’s social feeds, but the damage appears to be done. Watch the WLWT report with the teen’s parents up above. 50 is of course no stranger to ripping into others, but his targets are typically other celebrities or rappers. The boy himself has said, “I don’t do drugs. I believe in God. I’m a hard worker.”

Afeni Shakur, mother of rapper Tupac, dies at 69



Afeni Shakur, the activist and protector of slain son Tupac Shakur’s legacy, died Monday in Nothern California. She was 69.

The Marin County Sheriff’s Department confirmed her passing via Twitter, adding that deputies responded to a possible cardiac arrest situation at 9:34 p.m. PT Monday at her Sausalito home and transported her to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead almost one hour later.

Born Alice Faye Williams in 1947 in North Carolina, she became politically active in her 20s, joining the Black Panthers. She served 11 months in prison, during which time she was pregnant with Tupac, named for the last Incan emperor, who led a rebellion against Spanish conquistadors. She served as her own defense attorney and was acquitted of multiple counts, earning release from prison in 1971, shortly before giving birth to Tupac.

Although she battled drug addiction while raising her three children alone in New York, Baltimore and California, she saw one thing clearly: “Arts can save children, no matter what’s going on in their homes,” she told The Associated Press in a 2005 interview.

Afeni enrolled Tupac in arts programs wherever they lived, allowing him to build the foundation for his future as an iconic rapper and promising actor. “I wasn’t available to do the right things for my son. If not for the arts, my child would’ve been lost,” she acknowledged.

He praised her for this farsightedness in his 1995 song Dear Mama: “Ain’t a woman alive that could take my mama’s place.”

In 1996, Tupac was shot to death in a still-unsolved case, when he was just 25. From that point on, Afeni safeguarded his musical legacy, overseeing his unreleased material and creating a foundation in his name that champions youth arts programs. She was not interested in fomenting conspiracy theories about his murder.

“We decided to deal with the living. This is justice for me,” she said in 2005. “I need to do what God has put in front of me to do, and it ain’t trying to figure out who killed Tupac.”

Case Against The Weeknd For Punching A Cop Officially Dropped


The criminal case against The Weeknd has officially been dropped after the singer punched a cop in January of 2015.

The incident occurred in the early morning at a Las Vegas Hotel last year. Law enforcement had showed up to the scene and reportedly pulled the “Often” singer into an elevator, where he is said to have punched one of the law enforcement in the back of their head.

A L.A. judge dismissed the case at a hearing on April 21st this year since the singer had completed the numerous tasks he had previously been set in court.

In October, The Weeknd pled no contest to battery charges and managed to avoid jail time, however he had to complete numerous tasks including completing anger management, an alcohol evaluation, 50 hours of community service and to pay $1,000 reparations to the District Attorney’s Victim Witness Centre: Injured Police Fund.

The Weeknd managed to complete all of this and performed his community service at the Armenian Relief Society in Canada. The court decided to review his case in February to see if it was possible for it to be closed early.

Chris Brown And OHB – Before The Trap: Nights In Tarzana

01. Shut Down (Feat. Hoody Baby, Young Blacc, Young Lo And Dee Cosey)
02. Whippin’ (Feat. Section Boyz And Quavo)
03. Socialize (Feat. Young Blacc, Young Lo And Kevin Gates)
04. I Need Love (Feat. Hoody Baby And Young Blacc)
05. Party Next Door (Feat. Young Blacc)
06. Side Piece
07. Freed Up
08. Big Dreams (Feat. Gangsta Robb And Hoody Baby)
09. Roller Coaster (Feat. Keeis Stackz, Hoody Baby And Tracy T)
10. Like I Done It Before (Feat. Young Lo)
11. Actin’ Like This (Feat. Dee Cosey)
12. Love Gon Go (Feat. Ryan Toby)
13. TrapHouse Blues (Feat. Hoody Baby)
14. I Lean (Feat. Tracy T And Hoody Baby)
15. Save The Drama (Feat. Tracy T And Kevin Gates)
16. Faded To Sade (Remix) (Feat. Lyrica)
17. Wrist (Remix) (Feat. Young Thug And Jeezy)
18. Rumors (Feat. Tyga)
19. Substance (Feat. Hoody Baby, Tracy T And Young L.O)


Karrine Steffans Recalls Time She Gave Jay Z A Blow


Karrine Steffans-Short has been called a lot of things over the years, most notably her Hip Hop-given nickname “Superhead,” for the way she well, y’know.

Beginning in 2005, she began to publish a serious of books starting with Confessions of a Video Vixen and onward to The Vixen Diaries (2007) and The Vixen Manual: How to Find (2007), Seduce & Keep the Man You Want (2009), where she revealed several sexual trysts between her and several notable rappers, most famously Jay Z.

As Beyonce’s Lemonade album continues to make headlines across the web, Steffans-Short penned a telling essay for XOJane when she relived the close of Jigga’s “Hey Papi” video shoot which ended with a bout of fellatio.

“Yes, I was one of Jay Z’s Beckys back in the year 2000 for about three minutes, which is about as long it takes me to satisfy a man in the back of a Maybach while overlooking the beaches of Malibu,” she wrote, referencing the “Becky with the good hair” lyric that had Rita Ora and Rachel Roy’s social media world implode over the past few days.
“Chauffeured away from the set, down the winding road, and closer to the shoreline, Jay and I feasted on our attraction to one another — rabidly and quickly. After just a few minutes, I lifted my head from his lap, wiped my lips, and knew we’d made a mistake. Over the next few years, I would see Jay again, as I became close with his then business partner Damon Dash. We never mentioned our Malibu melee and acted as if it never happened. My cousin Chuck would be livid.”
The cousin Chuck was said to be a close friend of Jay Z’s, who, after one phone call, allowed for Steffans-Short’s camera time in the Hype Williams video to be increased tenfold.

Elsewhere in the article, Steffans-Short used Beyonce’s “Sorry” lyrics to further elaborate on her failing marriage with Columbus Short, who was recently busted for failing a drug test while on probation; testing positive for cocaine and weed.

“I married a man with addictions and emotional afflictions,” she explained. “I did everything I could to get him help. His mother and I talked tirelessly about the resources available to us and how to get him to take advantage of them. But, he never did and I hurt myself trying. The alcohol, the cocaine, the other women, it all became too much and I raged. I cried. I mourned and still mourn the loss of my husband, my friend, my confidant.”
The anchor of the op-ed finds Steffans likening how Beyonce’s visual aspect of Lemonade and the Becky metaphor mirrors not only her life but women all across the globe.

Schea Cotton and Lenny Cooke Discuss HS Hoops, Disappointments At NYC’s #CottonCookeUnedited

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In the last twenty years, the names Schea Cotton and Lenny Cooke carried much weight in AAU hoops.

The two shined in an era where the preps to pros culture was the norm. Manhattan was bumping and jumping on Friday, April 22 when the high school basketball legends came together for the first time in an exclusive and UNEDITED panel at the Microsoft Flagship Store. There they discussed their journeys, after the stardom, starting over and telling the world, ‘what happened,’ in a discussion moderated by Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, host of CBS Sports Radio’s Brown and Scoop and a writer who has covered the two extensively.

Cotton, now 37, was the cream of the crop in the late 90s. Mentioned nationally among top players like Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, Baron Davis, Jermaine O’Neal and Stephen Jackson, the former high school All American was a star at Saint John Bosco and Mater Dei. Cotton averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds, leading Mater Dei to a 36–1 record. After a myriad of red tape issues with the NCAA over questions of SAT testing, he was unable to play for Long Beach State where he’d have joined his brother, nor would he be able to play at UCLA where he’d have been teammates with Baron Davis.

Following that controversy, he had a prep school stint at St. Thomas Moore High School in Connecticut. Cotton, an explosive combo shooting guard/small forward would end up going to Alabama where he played out of position at power forward. Cotton declared for the 2000 NBA Draft where he went undrafted. After playing professionally overseas for ten years, Cotton now trains the next generation of kids and also travels around the country speaking to the next generation about the importance of making good choices. “Basketball is something that I did, it’s not who I am,” Cotton told the crowd at the panel.

“For these kids today, I tell them to go to class. Take care of your books.”

In 2001, Lenny Cooke, a Brooklyn, NY native, was a man among boys. A 6’6 slasher who in high school scouts ranked ahead of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James, New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony and Miami Heat’s Amar’e Stoudemire was a stats stuffer at Northern Valley High School i Old Tappan, NJ. Cooke averaged 25 points, 10 rebounds, two steals, and two blocks and looked primed to make a splash in the NBA. But just two years later, Cooke found himself playing ball not for an NBA team, but for the Shanghai Dongfang Sharks.

During an ABCD camp high school basketball tournament run by Sonny Vaccaro in Teaneck, New Jersey, Cooke’s AAU team went head to head with LeBron James’ team. Cooke’s team had the lead and possession of the basketball. James stole the ball, scored on a fast break and won the game, in a play that introduced the world to the Akron, Ohio born baller who was later featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated with the cover titled, “The Chosen One.” Many believed that that play was a turning point for Cooke’s career. “LeBron deserves all that he got because he worked at it,” said Cooke. “I didn’t. I went off of talent.”

Cooke, now 33 lives in Virginia and is involved with hoops in some capacity, coaching at high school camps. “My name is Leonard Cooke, not Lenny,” Cooke said at the panel. “I am more than basketball. I’m a dad and I want to travel the world and inspire kids.” Ironically enough, he enjoys cooking, a craft he picked up while playing overseas. He plans to go back to school, get a degree and coach basketball.

Currently, Cotton’s documentary, Manchild, The Schea Cotton Story: A Dream Deferred, has been making its rounds in screeners across the country. Cooke was the subject of a documentary directed by brothers Josh and Benjamin Safdie who travel back in time and takes you through the life of a guy who had it all at an early age. SLAM Magazine, Parade Magazine and ESPN specialty shows like “The Life” were where Cotton and Cooke would get their shine in an age that existed before platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube. Both think that things would be different had those things existed back then. “If there was social media when I played I’d be in a mansion overlooking the ocean,” said Cotton.

“If there was social media when I played I would have a million followers,” said Cooke.



Things are heating up. With festival season underway after back-to-back weekends at Coachella, HARD SUMMER Music Festival has announced its star-studded lineup.

The two-day fest will take place July 30-31 at Auto Club Speedway, located approximately an hour away from Los Angeles.

Ice Cube, who reunited N.W.A at Coachella, will headline Day 1, following performances by DJ Khaled, Baauer, Desiigner, Flosstradamus, and Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals.

Day 2 will be headlined by Major Lazer, with appearances by Travis Scott, DJ Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign, and Fat Joe, among others.

HARD Summer Music Festival announced its lineup back on April 18, but only fans who called an 800-number got the message. Today, they said, their “digital curtain has been lifted.”

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 29. See the full lineup below.