According to a familiar cliché, a picture is worth a thousand words. Your favorite celebrities—including rappers—are doing less and less press, but luckily their thumbs and smartphones still work. Instagram has provided a way for them to document their lives and/or thoroughly embarrass themselves for our collective enjoyment. The beauty of it all is that you don’t even need to join Instagram, as most rappers are perfectly fine leaving their feeds open for public viewing. And if you’d rather avoid the IG life altogether, we’ve filtered through the top rapper’s pictures and videos and consolidated all the week’s events into one convenient feed.

This week, T.I. plays an impromptu soccer match against Brazilian locals, Pharrell curates an art exhibit in Paris and Big Boi sends a birthday shoutout to his partner in crime, Andre 3000. Check the rest of the week’s top Instagram posts below.

Don't Quit Your Day Job, 50 Cent

Everyone likes a good wedding photo, right? If you answered no, then I'm assuming you're not part of the 2.01 million (and counting) that double-tapped Kim Kardashian's wedding picture that was posted on Instagram earlier this week. In case you were wondering, 2.01 million is more than the population of Latvia but less than the population of Botswana. Trust me, Wikipedia never lies. The fairy tale wedding photo also broke an Instagram record for, you guessed it, most likes on Instagram. It shouldn't come as a surprise since the reality-starlet-and-now-Mrs.-Kardashian-West boasts almost 15 million followers. 


Tyler, The Creator Loves The Kids

Earlier this week, Common posted a picture with his friend Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def, with the caption, "A night out with Mighty Mos in Paris #artandconversation." Which is all fine and dandy except, Mos Def isn't allowed to reenter the United States, according to everyone, and we're still figuring out why. No official reps have confirmed or denied this story but the Brooklyn emcee did cancel his U.S. tour with very vague reasons. Maybe he wanted to extend his trip? Or maybe he didn't want to miss the year's biggest wedding? – Which he did attend, here's proof. Yasiin looks like he's not hiding from anything so maybe he did wanted to stay in Paris for extra art and conversation. Who can blame him.


Meek Mill's Pillow Looks Like A Wad Of Cash

Pharrell Williams adds art curator to his long list of gigs, which includes rapper, singer, producer and fashion designer. The "Happy" artist had the opportunity to curate his own exhibit named "G I R L" after his recent album. Filled with modern art, the show displays art created by (personal) friends of Williams, such as JR, Takashi Murakami, KAWS, and Johan Creten, and also includes classic pop culture art. As you can see, "curated by Pharrell Williams" is at the top of the board and serves as his latest dive into the creative world. If you happen to be in Paris, the exhibition is currently open and will close June 25.


Big Boi Wishes Andre 3000 A "Happy Birthday"

"Absolutely heartbroken. We love you Maya. Rest in power Queen," wrote Talib Kweli as the caption for the portrait he posted of Maya Angelou. The writer and poet passed away on Wednesday, May 28, at the age of 86, and left many admirers with broken hearts. Not only did her words become engrained in minds all over the world, Hip Hop also held a very special place for Dr. Angelou. Rappers like Kanye West and Common expressed their admiration for the poet. In an interview with TIME, Angelou was asked if she was optimistic about poetry to which she responded, "All I have to do is listen to Hip Hop or some of the rappers." Rest in power, Maya Angelou.


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