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The move couldn’t have happened at a better time either as Cardi is one of the most popular rappers in the industry today.
Jack Harlow, Swae Lee, Lakers point guard Dennis Shröder and Dogers right fielder and Mookie Betts also make appearances in Call Of Duty's "Warzone" season three trailer.
"This gets me so mad ya don’t even know," she wrote. "I think we all been on the edge this week since we seen police brutality back to back including watching one of the biggest case in history go down DUE to police brutality."
The veteran artist updated his fans via Twitter on Thursday (April 22) and revealed he has a long road to recovery.
The Maryland rapper just released his new single with Offset on Friday (April 16).
No matter how they feel, Westside and Benny will appreciate the number of looks TikTok will give them thanks to this viral video.
Yung Miami has mentioned in the past how annoyed she gets by fans using her government, but it's not entirely their fault.
The track is expected to appear on the Wu-Tang Clan legend's forthcoming solo album.
The veteran artist is reportedly at a local hospital "fighting for his life."
The late rapper's mother takes full responsibility for her son not having a headstone, explaining it would make it just too real for her.
The legendary duo actually performed live throughout the entire event.
Uncle Snoop linked up with the former "Family Matters" legend to promote his new Purple Urkel marijuana jar and weed on Instagram.
"Her rapping abilities are top notch, stylistically speaking she can do almost any style," he wrote.
Richway Trill was allegedly associated with the Vice Lords on the 600 block of Ridgeway Avenue.
The Cypress Hill OG says, "It was a little bit tougher for me being a Latino and a Black gang and Bloods gang. It was craziness."
The project is expected to arrive on April 28.
Bobby Shmurda was a guest on Maino’s podcast Kitchen Talk where he spoke about his career and the time he served in prison.
According to Dicky, Season 2 is "going to shit on" Season 1.
Lil Yachty believes only change can happen if Georgia voters, especially people of color, become more informed and rally for a change against Senate Bill 202.