White People Will Call Bruce Jenner “Caitlyn” But Refuse To Stop Calling Blacks Ni**as

Hanks Boy I’m sorry Chet, but hanging out with black rappers does not give you the right to use the “N” word.

As a rapper, you have the creative ability to create words, and the only word you could connect with in hip-hop is the “N” word?


Chet, you’ve inspired me. You’ve rumbled the graves of my ancestors and I don’t like it.

“To Be A Ni**a”

Ni**a is a term “we” had to answer to because we had no choice 

We couldn’t say anything about it because we had no “voice” 

For 245 years – it was Ni**a this and Ni**a that

For 245 years America was catching ni**as

Shipping Ni**as, tradin ni**as, rapin Ni**as, and Hangin Ni**as

Not the hanging that you and your boys do 

Sittin in the studio, smoking weed

This hangin

Men, women, and children actual bodies hung from trees 

See, It cost to be a Ni**a

& Today’s price is different from the time our ancestors were sold from 16-1800’s

But, you wanna rap about “ni**a shit” 

while you’re in VIP sipping on 1800

Your historical knowledge of the word “ni**a” starts with hip-hop

but that word is rooted from the 1600’s – white folks start using it 

And we never stopped

Nas, one of the greatest rappers alive

Had a descendent of his family sold in slavery for $800 dollars 

And a rich white boy want to use the “N” word & rant about it to his twitter & Instagram followers  

You’ll never know what it feels like to be followed in your neighborhood and killed by George Zimmerman Cause he thinks that you’re just a nigga 

Or to be gunned down like Mike Brown 

and left in the street 

cause a “ni**a” is all the PD see 

Or to be Eric Garner – choked to your death 

And video taped without help

You wont know what it feels like to be a ni**a

To get the lowest pay on the job

To be the first person in the office 

And the last one to leave, but promotions pass you by

& you have to sit and pretend like you don’t know why

You’ll never know what it feels like to be a ni**a

Be the descendent of slaves 

And have grandparents that only made it to the 5th grade 

Cause education is something they weren’t privy to

You’ll never know what it feels like to be a ni**a 

To be dehumanized because of the color of your skin 

To be captured in a country of christians 

But being black is the biggest sin 

You won’t know what it feels like to be a ni**a 

To win an oscar every blue moon

To put fear in peoples heart just cause you’ve walked into a room

There’s a price we pay in America for being ni**as 

And it doesn’t just come with a beat behind it and hook 

Nor will it be found in most history books

Bruce Jenner was a man for 65 years – within 24hours 

He changed his name 

Told the world to call him Caitlyn Jenner 

& they did 

Slavery ended 150 years ago & they still calling us Ni**a(s)

No, hip hop does not give you the right to pick parts of our culture as justification for using the term Ni**a

Throw the word all over your beat if you want too…

But don’t ever think you know what a “ni**a” been through 

Madam Prezident


I Wish Emmett Till Could Have Praised A little White Girl Like Charlamagne Tha god

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Yesterday, Wednesday May 27, 2015 – Breakfast club host Charlamagne tha god took time to reaffirm Kylie Jenner’s beauty by reposting / retweeting a picture of the teenager alongside of the pool.

What concerns me about silly little black boys that don’t think before they tweet is, “words are powerful.” Tyga and Kylie’s intimate relationship is none of my business, but since Tyga lives a life where his life choices are shared with the media – I can weigh in on the situation as I wish.

The relationship between the two (Kylie and Tyga) could be inappropriate, but if the young lady has a mother who pimps her children and has a father who decides to become a transgender at the age of  65 than I believe it’s extremely safe to say that we’re not dealing with a family with the same moral fiber as most.

I’m sure Kanye West would like us to jump on the bandwagon of his chosen master(s) and the Kardashian Plantation (I mean platform) but I have yet to understand the substance the Kardashian family contribute to America, not fashion trends, but substance.

Charlamagne tha god, could have been joking with this tweet, but I prefer to take any sentence shared to over a million people with seriousness. It’s another form of subconscious self hate.

Let’s celebrate 17 year old girls who are striving for excellence academically, who’re striving to accomplish their goals and dreams through their intellect and not their body parts.

Charlamagne, I wish Emmett Till could have shared that picture of Kylie, but when he tried to compliment a little white girl on her beauty, they beat him, shot him, and threw him in the lake where he was found unrecognizable.

I realize, a lot of black men have a lot in common with the last image of Emmett Till, they too are unrecognizable.  – Madam PreZident

Jay-Z Unrecognized By Subway Passenger, Video Goes Viral

According to Yahoo:

Jay-Z’s eight-night stand at Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center in September was historic and a feat few of his contemporaries could pull off. So it was fitting that the experience would warrant its own documentary, “Where I’m From,” that debuted on Jay-Z’s Times+Life website Tuesday, the hip-hop mogul’s 43rd birthday.

But there’s a breakout star in the 24-minute video – Brooklyn artist Ellen Grossman.

“Where I’m From” captures Jay-Z taking the subway to his last night at the 18,000-seat arena. Jay sits next to the unassuming 67-year-old woman and makes conversation.

Grossman has a sense that Jay may be a person of note and asks if he is famous. First he says yes, and then he adds, “Not very famous, you don’t know me. But I’ll get there someday.”

Ellen Grossman and Jay-Z in “Where I’m From.”

Jay humbly introduces himself, extending his hand, and asks her name.  She replies, “Ellen” and asks what he does for a living.

When Jay tells her that he makes music, she asks if he just performed. “I’m on my way to a performance at the new Brooklyn arena,” he says.


“Fabulous,” she replies.

“I performed eight shows actually,” he says.

“Already?” she responds with surprise.

“This is the last show, the eighth show,” he continues.

“And you’re going by subway?” she asks, seeming impressed.

“Yes,” he says.

“I’m proud of you,” she says, complimenting him.

Then she asks him to repeat his name “just so I get it.”

He says, “Jay. Jay-Z.”

And she blushes, displaying part excitement, part embarrassment.

“Oh, you’re Jay-Z. I know about Jay-Z,” she gushes.

Jay-Z beams.

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Are Frank Ocean & Model “Willie Cartier” A Couple? [Video]

Found over at Bossip:

It’s been a few months now since Frank Ocean wrote his notorious “coming out”/ confessional Tumblr post explaining his “complicated” situation loving a man but still having interest in women. Frank single-handed switched up the Hip Hop scene confessing his sexuality and because of it he has been laying low from publicity. Frank has been choosing the events he attends very wisely, knowing that everyone is watching. But recently, Frank Ocean has been seen finding comforts in the presence of super model Willy Cartier. Willy Cartier is a major men’s model from Vietnam, Senegal & France. Just this week, Frank Ocean brought the international model with him on the GQ red carpet, introducing him as a “friend”. Two pictures were posted of the same Willy Cartier- one with the two meditating together in his home with the caption “No Fear” and one, where it appears, the two are at dinner. We all know Frank Ocean can be very subliminal with his messages, but we can’t help but think this is his “special” way of letting us all know this is his new boyfriend, get used to it.

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Diamond Talks Relationship With Soulja Boy, Finally Reveals Whether Or Not She’s Joining Love & Hip-Hop ATL

Diamond finally puts the LHHATL rumors to rest…

Diamond Talks Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Rumors

Diamond, the former Crime Mobb Atlanta native, who’s been romantically linked to rapper Soulja Boy dishes on why she declined to do Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, what her relationship is like now with her ex-boo Scappy and why she loves Soulja Boy, but isn’t ready to be married just yet.

Via The Jasmine Brand:

Okay I have to ask about your relationship. What’s the thing you love the most about Soulja Boy?

Diamond: That’s my best. We’re best friends. His ambition, his drive to challenge himself to take on other challenges not just musically. It’s him being a businessman and matching his brands with other things. I want to say he’s one of the first ones that initiated me to think on that level, when I started spending more time with him.

So if he proposed to you tomorrow would you say yes?

Diamond: I’m not ready to get married

How’s your friendship with Scrappy now? Are you guys friends?

D: I haven’t seen him.

You would think after having a relationship with someone for so long that you could finally be friends.

Diamond: That’s the same thing I said. It is what is it. I’m not looking to be his friend; I don’t want to be his friend. At some point we need to make amends. I’m to the point now, because I know at one point he was trying to reach out, and I was still angry from a lot of things that happened in the past. I think I’m to the point now where I could…

We heard that you might be on a reality show. We know that you can’t confirm but you were supposed to be on it before (Love & Hip Hop). Why’d you decide not to do it?

Diamond: I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I don’t like to go into things blind. It’s weird. Because God is really dealing with me. I know that having faith, you have to step out sometimes and trust that, whatever you do, whatever decisions you make, whether it’s a bad one or not, he’ll turn around and make it into something positive. So now that I realize that. But at that point, I was a loose cannon. So anybody that would have came at my any kind of way, or if I won’t have reacted the way that I wanted to, I’m still an artist. So I didn’t want to do anything to temper my brand. Now I’m calmer, I think. I still have a temper but I think before I get mad. I think in a political way. As women we’re so emotional. But as man, they cannot get along with someone but still get this money together. So that was a combination of things and I didn’t really have the control to, have a lot of say so in my image.

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Love & Hip-Hop Joseline Hernandez Fights With A Fan Via Twitter Because She Refused To Take A Pic & Was Rude About it!

For the Love & Hip Hop ATL stans

“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” scholar and star Joseline Hernandez is currently feuding with a fan on Twitter after she refused to take a photo with the stan at the Atlanta airport recently.

According to Joseline she was eating at the time with her pimp/manager/boo piece Steebie J and didn’t want to be disturbed, but the thirsty fan didn’t think Jose was too busy to pose for the camera…

Joseline then quickly fired back:

fan summed up the experience with one final tweet:

Welp! Do you think Joseline should have just taken a pic?


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Nicki Minaj Receiving Death Threats Over Her ‘Supportive Mitt Romney’ Lyrics

Nicki Minaj Receives Death Threats For Lyrics Endorsing Mitt Romney

Thicky Nicki has generated quite a response after lyrcis with her seeming to endorse Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney hit the net recently. But now, as usual, it seems some of Nicki’s “barbz” have taken their outrage a step out of bounds.

Nicki Minaj generated a firestorm in the hip-hop community when she appeared to endorse Republican candidate Mitt Romney on a verse in the song “Mercy” off Lil Wayne’s new Dedication 4 mixtape.

While Minaj has yet to confirm or deny whether she intended to come out in favor of the GOP nominee, many listeners are lashing out via Twitter and some are even making death threats on the polarizing female emcee. All Hip Hop has more:



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Erykah Badu Dissing Nicki Minaj At Afropunk Fest “Btch You Don’t Beez In No Trap” {Video}

Erykah Badu went for Nick Minaj’s head!

Erykah Badu Disses Nicki Minaj Calls Her A Btch


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Joseline Hernandez Says “I Was A Class-A Stripper”

This isht is hilarious! Funky Dineva had a chance to sit down with Joseline “Jose” Hernandez backstage at ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s’ Reunion Show and was takin’ shots at home girl the entire time.

The two went head to head on subjects like Joseline’s relationship with Stevie J, as well as her former stripper days and what her plans were for the future. Joseline claimed that during her dancing days, she was a top of the line stripper who made at least $10,000 from just three songs and she was very stingy with her goodies. She also said that the men didn’t get to touch her, however, Stevie J was the lucky one and if he ever decides to stray, she’s not worried about it because he will always come back. [okay..girl]

Going into the interview, Funky Dineva was straight-forward by telling Joseline that he didn’t care for her too much since she was screwing ‘that lady husband’ (that lady being Stevie J’s longtime girlfriend Mimi Faust). He also called her HOE-saline numerous times and when she grabbed the mic from him to answer a question, he snatched it back and said, ‘I work for these people. Why are you taking this? That’s the problem, you are always grabbing the d—, that’s why half of America does not like you now’!

Peep the vid below for a little late night LLS moment:

Images via Youtube/Twitter




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Joseline Hernandez Of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Performs Her New Song

Joseline “Jose” Hernandez Of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Performs Her New Song, Rides For Stevie J, Talks Engagement Ring, And Mimi Being A “Non Factor” [Video]


Joseline Hernandez Of Love And Hip Hop Atlanta Talks About Mimi And Her Engagement Ring

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