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Perhaps aiming to further instigate the situation between herself and Bronx-bred Remy Ma, Nicki Minaj has taken to social media, sharing a new playlist titled Queens Got Da Crown.
Featuring Queens legends like LL Cool J, Nas, Mobb Deep, 50 Cent and Ja Rule, amongst a range of others, the playlist might very well prompt a response from Remy Ma, who could easily clap back with a playlist of her own, highlighting hip-hop artists from the Bronx from OGs like Slick Rick to more modern artists like Fat Joe.
SWIPE TO SEE the #QueensGotTheCrown Playlist! Go to Tidal. I just put this amazing playlist together & I really want u guys to listen! S/O to all the Queens artists from every decade reppin! Queens Get Da Money!!!!!!
Congressman Steve King has a history of stirring controversy. Iowa Rep. Steve King is facing a fierce backlash over a tweet critics say is an open embrace of white nationalism. On Sunday, King retweeted a political cartoon featuring Geert Wilders, a Dutch politician whose anti-Muslim rhetoric and blown-out hairstyle have drawn plenty of comparisons to Donald Trump.
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Rock band T-shirts have been a polarizing topic in fashion for the past year or so. Hardcore rock fans understandably feel that only those who appreciate the music of rock legends have the right to wear them.
Japanese brand Needles decided to create their own take on the rock band T-shirt with these rebuilt styles. Featuring the likes of Led Zeppelin, Journey, The Police and Michael Jackson, the T-shirts adopt classic rock band aesthetics, each of them reconstructed from seven vintage tees
The Needles Rebuild 7 T-shirts are available now via The Goodhood Store.
Now here’s a look at the first collaboration between Sunspel and Larose Paris.
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Is he for real this time?
Ok, Donald Trump, let’s get real.
Just days ago, The Donald accused his predecessor, Barack Obama, of wiretapping the Trump Tower phones during the election… and now, it looks like the shit is about to hit the fan for our current Prez.
The House Intelligence Committee, chaired by Republican Devin Nunes and Democrat Adam Schiff, just fired off a letter to the Justice Department this weekend, asking about the fact that Trump MUST address his explosive allegations tomorrow.
The letter — which was also sent to FBI director James Comey — basically asks Trump about the wiretapping allegation and says, listen, we **need** proof tomorrow or else this matter is a bunch of crap.
Good for the House Intelligence Committee!!
Of course, Obama has strongly denied any wiretapping orders or claims, and if Trump can’t produce any evidence in the next 24 hours, well, he’s going to come out of this looking pretty damn bad…
In its first week of release, Divide sold 451,000 total albums to easily capture Number One after two weeks of a record-setting Future reign, with 322,000 of that sum coming from traditional album sales.
Divide marked the singer’s second straight Billboard 200 album, following 2014’s Multiply, and even more impressive, Divide more than doubled the 209,000 opening week sales of its predecessor, Billboard reports. Sheeran’s 2011 debut Plus peaked at Number Five.
Four months after debuting at Number One, Metallica’s Hardwired… to Self-Destruct jumped back into the Top 10 and finished the week at Number Two thanks to a promotion that paired tickets sales from the band’s upcoming North American tour with copies of the group’s latest LP. In total, Hardwired… added another 81,000 copies to its tally.
Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic stayed locked in at Number Three, followed by Future’s self-titled album and HNDRXX at Number Four and Five respectively.
Besides, Sheeran, the only other newcomer to crack the Top 10 was Khalid’s American Teen, which placed Number Nine. Migos’ Culture (Number Six), the Weeknd’s Starboy (Number Seven), the Moana soundtrack (Number Nine) and the Trolls soundtrack (Number 10) rounded out the Billboard 200’s upper tier.
The only new arrival that could prevent Sheeran from capturing a second straight Number One week is the soundtrack for the live-action Beauty and the Beast film, which was released on Friday, a week before it hits theaters.
A new documentary that premiered at SXSW Saturday (March 11) suggests Mike Brown did not rob a local convenience store moments before he was fatally shot by then-Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in August 2014 in Ferguson, Mo.
The documentary, “Stranger Fruit” by Jason Pollock, uses previously unseen surveillance footage from the store to assert that Brown’s altercation with store employees was instead a misunderstanding tied to an earlier transaction. According to Pollock, “the 18-year-old entered Ferguson Market and Liquor around 1 a.m. on August 9, 2014 and handed the cashier what looks like a small bag of marijuana. In return the clerk gives Brown two boxes of cigarillos, and after starting to leave with them, turns to the clerk to hold them for him,” Jason said in the documentary.
Brown went back to the store around 11:50 a.m. to get his items.
“Mike did not rob the store,” Pollock said.
“It was a misunderstanding,” Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, said in the documentary.
After Brown was shot by Darren Wilson later that day near Canfield Green Apartments, police released video of what they described as Brown strong arming his way out of the same store with cigarillos. The fatal encounter with Wilson soon followed.
A lawyer for the convenience store and its employees told The New York Times that the new footage is not related to Brown’s later visit and that they strongly dispute Pollock’s version of events.
“There was no transaction,” Jay Kanzler told The Times. “There was no understanding. No agreement. Those folks didn’t sell him cigarillos for pot. The reason he gave it back is he was walking out the door with unpaid merchandise and they wanted it back.”
In an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Saturday, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said “the fact that Brown was in the store earlier that day was news to me, but not surprising because the Ferguson Market was frequented by many in the neighborhood.” He added that the “St. Louis County Police primarily focused on investigating the shooting, while Ferguson police handled the incident at the store.”
Wilson, who claimed that he had been assaulted by Mr. Brown and feared for his life, was cleared of criminal wrongdoing by a county grand jury and federal civil rights investigators. He resigned from the Police Department.
Michael Brown’s parents have filed a federal lawsuit against Officer Wilson, the city of Ferguson and the former Ferguson police chief. A civil trial is scheduled to start next year.
Saturday Night Live with Scarlett Johansen was pretty funny last night. The Funeral Service songs had us laughing and the Jeff Sessions’ skits are always good. Turn the pages for more…
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This kid is going places.