Now we know what it takes for Tyga to ignore Kylie ... Pokemon Go fever. The rapper got caught up in the mobile app game that's taken the world by storm ... snatching digital creatures while in line Tuesday morning at the Budapest airport. (TMZ)
My kid is in the street trying to kill himself playing some Pokemon game smh
]"Protest in peace, not guns," Cameron Sterling said today outside the Triple S Food Mart where his father died last week. Cameron Sterling told reporters today that he and his father had a "best friend bond." "We had a bond so close," he said. (ABC News)
Rappers and Los Angeles-area natives the Game and Snoop Dogg led a unification march for men of color Friday morning to the LAPD's graduation of its newest officers, hours after five Dallas police officers were shot and killed and seven others were wounded during a sniper attack.
West Coast rapper Game and Snoop Dogg's peaceful march to the Los Angeles Police Department headquarters yesterday (July 8) to demand dialogue with law enforcement ended in a major win for the hip-hop veterans.
Rappers and L.A. locals Snoop Dogg and The Game lead a unification march for men of color Friday morning (7/8/16) to the Los Angeles Police Department's headquarters in downtown L.A.The Game said women and children should stay away, "THIS IS OUR MISSION FOR THEM," he wrote on Instagram, calling for black, Mexican and men of all races to head LAPD headquarters to "make the Californian government & it's law branches aware that from today forward, we will be UNIFIED as minorities & we will no longer allow them to hunt us or be hunted by us!!!"He added, "Do not: bring any weapons or anything illegal. Do not come high or belligerent. We don't need any HOT HEADS or anyone there for the wrong reasons... We will stand as we are, UNIFIED. I'm calling ALL GANGS, ALL RACES, ALL GROWN MEN affiliated or not & we will stand UNIFIED."
It was a remarkable moment ... The Game and Snoop Dogg forged an alliance with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Police Chief Charlie Beck, in an emotionally powerful plea for peace. Game and Snoop, who were in downtown L.A. Friday morning for a…
In a Facebook video, Lavish Reynolds claims that the couple were pulled over in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area for a busted taillight and that her boyfriend, identified by WCCO as Philando Castile, was shot four or five times. She said that Castile told the officer he was carrying a permitted firearm and had been reaching for his wallet before the officer opened fire. (NY Daily News)
West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg is reportedly gearing up to unite Democratic politicians Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters this month.
According to reports, the all-out event will go down in Philadelphia next month around the Democratic National Convention.
Rapper Snoop Dogg will headline a Democratic "unity" event at the Electric Factory, a music venue in the heart of Philly, to bring together supporters of both Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, after Clinton officially becomes her party's standard bearer. The event will be hosted by a trio of Democratic super PACs - Priorities USA, the super PAC backing Clinton, Senate Majority PAC, which seeks to elect Democrats to the Senate, and House Majority PAC, which helps boost House Democrats. (Policy.Mic)
"I'm not voting for the Republican Party or the Democratic Party," Snoop told DJ Whoo Kid in an interview. "I'm voting for the Gangsta Party. [Hillary will ban all legalized marijuana when she's elected?] Don't say that. That's not true because I'm endorsing her right now and if that's the case, she's going to get un-endorsed. [laughs] You gotta fix that sh*t, Hillary, are you listening? Huh? Is somebody in that motherf*cker listening? Chelsea? The dog? Bill? Focus, n*gga. Don't let her go crazy." ("Whoolywood Shuffle")
"Working on an album can be stressful, it can be fun, it can be pain. It can be a lot of things because you go through all these different emotions while you're rapping," ScHoolboy said. "[Who do I want to work with?] Just more OGs. DJ Quik. I want to work with Too Short one day - I want to work with MC Lars. I want to work with Snoop. These are all people from my coasts I want to work with. Other than that, everything else, if it happens, if they fit, they fit. But those people, those are people I 'have' to work with." (Hot 97)
"I recorded at my house. I had a lot of time and I did whatever I wanted to do. I never felt rushed or pressured. Sometimes, when you're in a big studio, you do studio time as a 12-hour session, so you feel like you gotta do everything that day. This time, I was able to work on a record for 24 hours and I never felt this happy in my life working on a record." (Rap-Up)
"Last album went No. 1. Due to streams, it's platinum, I guess. It was already gold. I was blessed with that. I had platinum singles. It was just dope, man. I did everything I wanted to do as a rapper - At this point in my career, numbers is not a thing to me. I don't care about a single. I don't care about none of that. This is what it is. You like it? You don't? I'm onto the next one anyways." (Rap-Up)