These days, you can find everything on the ‘Gram. From updates about your favorite artists to discovering the future of the culture in pretty much every corner of the app itself, no moment goes unnoticed in a mass media driven world. Instagram has long been a mainstay for photographers and video lovers alike, but the app also serves a very special purpose for musicians, celebrities and anyone who wants to get their voice heard and connect with each other.
This week’s edition of Instagram Flexin’ includes Quavo being quoted on MSNBC and Chris Brown addressing abuse rumors.
Quavo Quoted By MSNBC’s Ari Melber
In a segment discussing Donald Trump’s promise to work on the U.S. infrastructure, MSNBC host Ari Melber delivered his message with a very applicable Quavo line.
Cardi B Stands Up For Offset
After Cardi dropped “Be Careful,” many fans thought the lyrics were directed at her beau. She clears the air, in typical Cardi fashion, responding to a fan who commented on Offset’s latest photo.
Chris Brown Addresses Choking Video
Earlier this week, the internet was riled up when images leaked of Chris Brown with his hands around a woman’s neck. The star addressed the incident, thanking everyone for the free publicity.
Kim Kardashian Creating An Archive Of Kanye Looks
Kim posted this on her Instagram story after she found some of Kanye’s most memorable pieces! ??? pic.twitter.com/zEkJSZNgUl
— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) March 27, 2018
Kim posted a video showing many of the glasses and masks Kanye’s worn in performances over the years, explaining that she’s creating an archive of the icon’s looks.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Tells Fans To Vote For Him
The controversial rapper is asking fans to vote for him for XXL’s Freshman List after claiming his pitch was removed from YouTube despite being the most viewed of all the entrants. It’s worth noting the video is up on YouTube as of April 1, 2018.
DJ Khaled Promotes Upcoming Rick Ross Album
From one king of Miami to another, DJ Khaled tells fans that the Bawse’s Port Of Miami 2 is coming soon. The album is Rozay’s sequel to his 2006 debut album, Port Of Miami.
Big Sean Turns 30
As Big Sean approached his 30th birthday, the Detroit MC posted a lengthy video reflecting on his life and giving fans some advice.