The controversy surrounding R. Kelly resurfaced this past week after Lifetime aired the docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly. Many of the allegations made have been around for years, decades even, but now, both fans and the music industry are serious about implementing a ban on his music and his being. Future, though, doesn’t understand why people are giving the Chicago singer’s controversy so much attention. In fact, he suggests that if people don’t speak about it, Kellz will be gone forever.
After revealing that his new album is complete, ScHoolboy Q seems to have some other things on his mind. The rapper’s been on a serious health grind in the past few years, losing tons of weight and flexing his gym progress on social media. However, much like Wiz Khalifa, he’s added some boxing into his gym routine. Now, he wants to fight Wiz Khalifa in a boxing ring.
Over the holiday stretch, Joe Budden announced his engagement to L&HH alum Cyn Santana in a gilded Insta-post documenting him popping the Q. Since answering “yes,” Santana had sunken low beneath the radar in a gratuitous pose, only to find herself re-awakened by a ghost from the past – in the form of a resurgent Angela Yee interview dating back to 2016, where Cyn stated her preference for Black men (over Latinos). The full-quotation, transcribed below, argues that Black men treat Latin women better than Black women, due to behavioral discrepancies she views as overly “emotional,” some ways toxic.
By now everyone in the sneaker community should know what the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 is. It’s probably Kanye West’s most popular Adidas collaboration and has seen multiple colorways make their way to the market over the last couple of years. Earlier this year on June 30th, Ye released the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Butter.” While it wasn’t the most limited pair, there was still quite a bit of interested surrounding the sneaker and people did end up missing out. Well, if you failed to cop these and want another shot, the kicks will be re-released via Yeezy Supply on Friday, January 11th.
Recent events focused on the victimization of Black women have affected The Game along with those who continue to discuss the societal issues that have created an environment for such narratives to unfold. The rapper has expressed empathy for these victims in a short statement he published on social media.
2018 was a widely prolific year for Sylvan LaCue who released three projects within the span of 365 days. Apologies In Advance, his sophomore album, garnered the most amount of attention. Today, the rapper revisits the project for his new music video for “Love & Sacrifice.”