Rihanna’s no stranger to racy pictures. However, they’ve become even more outlandish lately. Aside from an "accidental" nip-slip pic a few days ago, RiRi has recently posted pics of her insane time a Coachella last weekend. The Instagram photos included her mounted atop her bodyguard's shoulders, and rolling what appears to be a joint off his bald head. Say what?! Another pic featured her partying with Snoop Dogg and Warren G with "thug life" written on her stomach. Both sets of pictures appeared to contain a certain smokeable substance. She deleted the post shortly after, but not before thousands of her followers commented on what they assumed the substance was. Under the photo she posted the quote, "Memories don't live like people do #coachella.”
It’s that time of the year again. Children will roam the streets with plastic pumpkins in hopes of amassing more chocolate than the Wonka factory, while you’re probably laboring over the final details of your Halloween costume for your best friend’s party. And whether you’re dressing as The Situation, your favorite Twilight star, or kicking it old-school in some Power Rangers gear, no Halloween party is complete without the perfect spooky playlist. Here are some tunes to rock while you drink the night away as your favorite superhero:
At the dawning of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 - and with emotions and patriotism running high - Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy committed what may have been career suicide. Soulja Boy ranted in his newly released single "Lets Be Real"..."F-k the FBI and the Army troops...fighting for what? Be your own man".
Directly after the release of his song, Soulja Boy was held accountable for his remarks; by fans, media, and Military personel. "He's an ungrateful artist. It's a very offensive statement, especially with the 10th anniversary of 9/11. He should apologize to ALL armed forces."-Marine/LA County Veteran's Advisory Commissioner Fred Flores."
Meet Clams Casino, a 23-year-old New Jersey golden boy and one of the most exciting, innovative producers to come about in 2011. This physical therapy student happens to be making some of the illest, most unorthodox hip-hop beats today and has a highly impressive track record. Casino has done multiple productions for Soulja Boy and Lil B, the Based God himself.
Casino’s Rainforest EP, his most recently released project, is a five track masterpiece that centers loosely on a terrestrial theme, with songs titles like “Waterfalls” and “Treetop,” with some very earthy, textural sounds skillfully balanced with more celestial notes.
Rapper Soulja Boy was allegedly hacked this weekend after discriminating comments were made on his facebook page. He claims it was "previous administrators" (who no longer work with the record producer) whom hacked his site, but definitely not him. The artist born, Deandre Cortez Way, had several disturbing comments on his page, including:
"I'm gonna keep talking sh*t to these white f*ggots until they unlike my page. f**king weirdo stalkers!"
Way also made remarks such as, "white boys make me sick man. F*ck Them. I HATE YOU" on his bias rant.
A three-part cover story in the newest XXL magazine features profiles of both 50 Cent and Soulja Boy. It also has a Q&A roundtable discussion between the artists. You would normally think that the stories would be what everyone was talking about, but in this case it seems the cover is what's getting all the attention.
50 Cent and Soulja Boy take over the front page, but how can anyone really be sure its really 50? Let's just hope the answer as to why they chose this wardrobe can be found inside the magazine.
Clifford “T.I.” Harris just couldn’t go on to serve his 366-day prison sentence without leaving fans with a lasting impression. Our favorite remorseful rapper, who checks into an Arkansas prison today, threw a huge farewell show/party in his hometown, Atlanta. At the Sunday show at the Phillips Arena, T.I. said he’s doing his best to put something out that is positive for the kids. We’ll see about that.
Even with his Mickey Mouse lyrical skills and goofy videos, Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy has managed to stay relevant. And even those in the toughest hip-hop circles can’t hate on the success of Crank That (Soulja Boy). I must admit that Kiss Me Through Phone is a pheromone-targeted misplaced hip-hop track that doesn’t do much for me, but at the same time, I can feel him on Turn My Swag On. Everyone has to turn their own swag on, and it feels so marvelous, exactly how he portrayed it in his video. In fact, the song became so popular; Keri Hilson did an underground version. So did Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, and Young Jeezy. And if they f*cks with Soulja Boy, I f*cks with Soulja Boy.