2 Chainz Reportedly Throws Fentanyl-Free Birthday Party

Previously, the deaths of numerous people have been rising due to drug-related issues, specifically with cocaine and fentanyl. News surfaced noting that comedian Fuquan Johnson along with two others passed away after using fentanyl-laced cocaine. The tragic deaths made headlines, and now many have been taking active measures to combat the rise in fentanyl. 2 Chainz recently threw a birthday bash for his 44th birthday and made it clear that his event would be fentanyl-free. The rapper threw a ’70s themed party, and in place of laced-party favors, 2 Chainz offered…

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EVANDER HOLYFIELD TKO’D BY VITOR BELFORT Fans Chant ‘We Want Trump’

7:13 PM PT — Evander Holyfield was just knocked out in the first round of a completely one-sided fight against Vitor Belfort. It was clear from the very beginning — both fighters were on totally different levels and Belfort took advantage. Of course, Holyfield is one of the greatest fighters EVER … but it’s clear at 58 years old, he is not the same champion boxer from the past. Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh wants to see more of Belfort — announcing he’s proposing a $30 million “winner take all” fight against Jake…

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Las Vegas mourns the loss of radio’s Rashad ‘DJ Certified’ Mullins

  The community is invited to celebrate the life of Rashad Mullins, also known as “D.J. Certified,” this Saturday, September 11.   D.J. Certified was a beloved disk jockey at KCEP, 88.1, the People’s Station. Sadly, he passed away unexpectedly last week. He was 41 years old.   D.J. Certified was deeply devoted to the community, bringing joy to so many through his music. He worked at KCEP for more than a decade. The celebration of life service will be at New Jerusalem Worship Center off Owens and Martin Luther King…

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Ludacris Celebrates Turning 44

  Ludacris certainly knows how to treat himself!   The rapper, who turned 44 on Saturday, has been sharing photos all week of himself on a luxurious tropical getaway at an undisclosed location in honor of another trip around the sun.   On his birthday, Ludacris shared a photo on Instagram of himself in front of an enormous lion statue along the shoreline, which he captioned, “The Strongest Hearts Have The Most Scars 👑.”     The “My Chick Bad” rapper reposted the picture on his Instagram Story a short time later, writing…

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Pop Smoke’s New York Gravesite Reportedly Vandalized

According to TMZ, a horrific scene has taken place at Pop Smoke’s final resting place. The media outlet shared images obtained earlier today that show Pop Smoke’s gravesite on the outer mausoleum destroyed. Vandals allegedly cracked and broke the marble plaque listing his full name Bashar Barakah Jackson.   The alleged disrespect took place at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. This is reportedly where Pop Smoke was buried following his tragic death in 2020. According to sources, there were burned and discarded items, included flowers, in front of the broken…

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QUALITY CONTROL MUSIC SIGNS NEW ORELANS SAINTS RB ALVIN KAMARA TO SPORTS AGENCY

Quality Control Music, the Atlanta-based label founded by Pierre “Pee” Thomas and Kevin “Coach K” Lee has already staked claim to having the hottest Hip Hop label in the country. Now they’ve followed in Roc Nation and Young Money’s footsteps by launching a sports agency and recently took one one of the NFL’s best running backs as a client. On Friday (September 10), Quality Control Sports Management announced it had signed an agreement with Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints. Kamara, who was formerly repped by Klutch Sports Group, home to the likes of LeBron James, joins a roster including current…

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YG CALLS MOZZY THE ‘NEW 2PAC’/MASTER P OUTWORKS TUPAC

The lore surrounding 2Pac endures. As the 25th anniversary of the rapper’s death approaches, more stories surrounding his life and legacy are coming around, even as the next generation prepares to anoint the “next” versions of him.   In a recent interview on Allison Kugel’s Allison Interviews podcast, rap mogul Master P detailed his early interactions with Pac, including how he had to push harder than a West Coast legend in order to succeed in Hip Hop after originally opening up for him.   “I was living on the West Coast and I had…

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