Cardi B Calls Out Reporter Who Claims She Was Promoting Violence

Cardi B is firing back at a reporter who claims she was inciting violence.
KTLA entertainment anchor Doug Kolk ran a segment using part of the rapper’s Instagram video where she addressed the protests across the country following George Floyd’s death. Kolk claimed that Cardi was using her “massive platform to promote the violence.”
“People looting and going extremely outraged, you know, it makes me feel like, ‘Yes! Finally! Finally motherf*kers gonna hear us now. Yeah!'” she can be heard saying in the aired clip. “As much as people is so against it, at this point I feel like I’m not against it, even though it do scare me.”
But her Instagram video was cut before she could finish her thoughts. In the non-televised clip, she also encouraged her followers to vote in the upcoming election. “Another way for the people to take power… I don’t want to make everything political but it is what it is. It’s by voting,” added Cardi.

@DougKolk why your no lip square head having ass ain’t put the part were I said to vote ? You cottage cheese breath having bitch.Why don’t you post how a conservative Christian trump supporter post my adress and encourage people to loot my home(which by the way he goin to jail )
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) June 2, 2020

After hearing her words taken out of context, Cardi called out the reporter on Twitter. “@DougKolk why your no lip square head having ass ain’t put the part were I said to vote ? You cottage cheese breath having bitch,” she said. “Why don’t you post how a conservative Christian trump supporter post my adress and encourage people to loot my home(which by the way he goin to jail ).”
Her reaction prompted an apology from Kolk. “I apologize to @iamcardib if I took her words out of context,” he tweeted. “I respect her for using her platform to connect with people during these difficult times and it was wrong of me to not let her full voice be heard. I will make sure that is corrected during my next segment.”

I apologize to @iamcardib if I took her words out of context.I respect her for using her platform to connect with people during these difficult times and it was wrong of me to not let her full voice be heard. I will make sure that is corrected during my next segment
— Doug Kolk (@DougKolk) June 2, 2020

KTLA also aired a segment including an apology from Kolk. “I recognize now how I misconstrued her words,” he said. “I ask Cardi and her faithful fan base for forgiveness, and let this serve as a learning experience for me, not only as a journalist but as a human being.”

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Lauren London Discusses Gun Violence & Raising Black Children on Red Table Talk

Actress Lauren London, longtime partner of Nipsey Hussle, is the latest guest on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk.


Nipsey Hussle was gunned down outside his own Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles a little over a year ago, leaving behind partner of six years Lauren London and their son Kross. In the latest episode, Lauren discusses gun violence and how it affects women like her.

“I love to meet people that Nip has really inspired, it feels like he’s still here. It’s like his purpose, he’s touching people still,” she explained. “I find that when I run into people who tell me how he’s changed their life, what they’re doing with their life right now, it fills me up. He would have loved to hear that. When my kids are there and my kids hear it, they’re proud. Those are always very special moments.”

She also spoke on how tragedies like these affect families, most specifically raising their son, and how she had to reconnect with God. “That’s been a struggle,” she said, “because something horrible happened in your eyes and you’re like, ‘Why God?'”

“I don’t always wake up on the enlightened side of the bed and the days I don’t, I let myself,” she continued. “Because I’m human. I’m not always gonna feel so, ‘I’m gonna be okay.’ I don’t and that’s okay too.” She also revealed that she meditates often to get through the stress and trauma.
Lauren also opened up about how she raises her two sons — the other whom she shares with Lil Wayne — about being Black and dealing with police. “What I instill in them is more about the police,” she said. “How to handle yourself when you get pulled over. Protecting them, being Black men in America.” Watch the full episode below which Jada opens with a tribute to George Floyd. Note: Majority of the show was recorded before George Floyd’s death.

Former Officers to Be Charged in Killing of George Floyd

Charges will be filed against the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd.
After its initial review of evidence in the investigation, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is expected to announce a decision regarding additional charges on Wednesday afternoon, according to a tweet from Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis officer who knelt on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes while he pleaded “I can’t breathe,” was arrested last Friday and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. His charge will be upgraded to second-degree murder.

This is the on-line story: Attorney General Keith Ellison to elevate charges against officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck; also charging other 3 involved | Star Tribune
— Amy Klobuchar (@amyklobuchar) June 3, 2020

According to Minnesota state law, second-degree murder is not premeditated or planned in advance. Chauvin faces a maximum penalty of 40 years behind bars for the charge.
Officers Thomas Lane and J.A. Keung, who helped restrain Floyd, and a fourth officer, Tou Thao, who stood near the others, will also be charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder.
The announcement comes more than a week after Floyd was killed while in police custody in Minneapolis, sparking global protests demanding an end to police brutality against black citizens.
Two autopsies, one by the county medical examiner and the other commissioned by Floyd’s family, determined that he died by homicide. The four officers were fired, while Floyd’s family and protesters have called for the officers to be arrested and convicted for the killing.
“George died because he needed a breath,” said Ben Crump, a lawyer for Floyd’s family. “He needed a breath of air.”
The music industry is reacting to the charges. Prior to the announcement, Drake prayed for justice. “The decision on the other officers will be announced this afternoon and it BETTER reflect the cries and outrage of the people,” he wrote on Instagram.
“this is an opportunity for those in power who are used to protecting each other to show the nation they are being heard…pivotal moment in history is upon us and I am praying for harsh JUSTICE …can’t say I’m not nervous though.”

Ice Cube commended Ellison for “doing the right thing” and urged him to “follow through,” while Meek Mill wrote, “Step 1!!!”
Trey Songz applauded protesters for using their voice to demand justice. “Never let them tell you how to use your voice,” he tweeted. “Your voice brings about change. This is why we march. Don’t let them convince you that You didn’t make this happen!”

Good job Mr. @keithellison for doing the right thing. All day everyday sir, let’s follow through.
— Ice Cube (@icecube) June 3, 2020

Never let them tell you how to use your voice. Your voice brings about change. This is why we march. Don’t let them convince you that You didn’t make this happen!
— Trey Songz (@TreySongz) June 3, 2020

The Weeknd Calls Out Record Labels Demands Donation To The Cause

(AllHipHop News) R&B star The Weeknd has called on his corporate "partners" in the music industry to join him in making significant donations to support Black Lives Matter causes.The "Can't Feel My Face" hitmaker has pledged a total of $500,000 to date to benefit various non-profit organizations as protests continue worldwide, demanding an end to police brutality and justice for African-American man George Floyd, who died at the hands of a white officer in Minnesota on 25 May.
On Tuesday, as members of the entertainment industry participated in the #BlackoutTuesday movement to draw urgent attention to the issue of racial inequality, The Weeknd encouraged music bigwigs to follow his lead and dig deep, too.

"To my fellow respected industry partners and execs- no one profits off of black music more than the labels and streaming services," he wrote in the public Twitter plea, which was accompanied by the logos of Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Warner Music, Apple Music, and Spotify.
"I gave yesterday and I urge you to go big and public with yours this week. It would mean the world to me and the community if you can join us."
Company chiefs have yet to formally respond to the call to action.
The Canadian singer, real name Abel Tesfaye, used his donations to support the National Bailout Collective, aiding those arrested during ongoing protests over Floyd's death, the Black Lives Matter Global Network, and the Know Your Rights campaign, launched by American football quarterback Colin Kaepernick to combat police brutality.

Bhad Bhabie Enters Rehab for Trauma and Substance Abuse

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Bhad Bhabie has entered rehab to attend to some personal issues.
According to TMZ, the 17-year-old rapper, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, checked herself into a facility at an undisclosed location a few weeks ago. She is reportedly being treated for childhood trauma along with substance abuse in the form of prescription pills.
She was apparently aware of the severity of the issue, which is why she decided to seek assistance. She is doing well and is optimistic about her progress, and plans to remain in rehab for 30-90 days.
Bhad Bhabie has remained off Instagram since mid-May, which caught the attention of rapper Chika, who called her out for her silence on George Floyd. “bad bhabie lil chickenhead ass been silent, too. we really ain’t caught her outside not once. hmm,” tweeted Chika.
On Tuesday, Bhad Bhabie posted a black square in solidarity with the #BlackoutTuesday and Black Lives Matter movement. Her management has also released a statement on her Instagram page addressing her decision to seek treatment.
“Danielle has been working hard for the past few years and made a positive decision to take some much-needed time off to attend to some personal issues,” reads the statement. “For past weeks, she has been in a treatment center receiving and continuing to receive professional support. She loves her fans, and has promised to return better, and healthier than ever. Please respect her and her families privacy at this time.”

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Listen To Big Sean's Powerful Speech About Black Oppression

(AllHipHop News) Big Sean has recounted the history of U.S. police clashes with the black community in an emotional video statement.The singer and rapper took to social media to share his support for the Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd and delved into his difficult experience as a black man in the U.S.
"I don't feel equal and I don't feel free," he said in footage posted to his Twitter and Instagram feeds. "Of course let's speak up and be heard, but things have to change."
Sean, real name Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, added, "Clearly we got the whole world's attention, obviously, and justice has to be served. Period. And if it's not, I don't think things are going to change or get better."
He then detailed his experiences of the protests that have swept the nation in the wake of the tragedy, insisting he'll always be very proud of his skin color.
"I don't know if it's to make us look like we wild beasts or don't have control, but we clearly are not wild beasts," he added. "We're extraordinary, talented magical people that if you took us out of the equation, the world would be very, very bland."
Big Sean also touched on discrimination throughout U.S. history, adding, "Our ancestors built this country for free, OK? So I'm just talking from the heart right now, but one of my biggest issues is that... this current government, and country, is built on a racist foundation.
"It's impossible to get out of once you in there, you know...? Some of the first police forces ever was made during slavery, down South, in them Southern states. And their main focus was to capture, apprehend, beat, discipline slaves, rip them apart from their families, keep them apart and God knows whatever else."

Killer Mike Reacts To White People Learning About Anti-Racism From Jane Elliott Videos

(AllHipHop News) While a majority of Americans disapprove of the President of the United States Donald Trump's handling of the ongoing nationwide protests in support of George Floyd, a Hip Hop representative has risen to be one of the most appreciated voices on the topic of racism at the moment. Michael "Killer Mike" Render captivated the country by delivering an impassioned speech to his fellow Atlanta citizens about the violent reactions to Caucasian Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin killing Floyd. Chauvin purposely pressed his knee into the prone African-American man's neck for nearly 9 minutes. Three other officers were on the scene and did not attempt to stop the excessive force that led to Floyd's death. 

Killer Mike's statement at Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ press conference last Friday quickly went viral. The Run The Jewels member followed that moment by making an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The CBS host asked Killer Mike what can white Americans do to support black people dealing with racism. Mike suggested donating to organizations working on causes connected to anti-racism, physically helping those organizations, and spending one hour watching YouTube videos of activist/educator Jane Elliott teaching about implicit racial bias.
Apparently, some viewers did take Killer Mike's advice. Several Twitter users contacted the southern emcee to express appreciation for putting them onto Elliott and her exercises. Mike recognized their willingness to learn, telling one person that admitted to being raised to be racially biased, "No matter u can change that! Well wishes on your journey."

Stream Run the Jewels’ New Album ‘RTJ4’

Run the Jewels, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P, have released their new album RTJ4 two days ahead of schedule.
The album is available for streaming and as a free download across all digital platforms. The 11 tracks include contributions from Pharrell Williams, Zack de la Rocha, Mavis Staples, 2 Chainz, Josh Homme, DJ Premier, and more.
“Fuck it, why wait? The world is infested with bullshit so here’s something raw to listen to while you deal with it all,” said the duo. “We hope it brings you some joy. Stay safe and hopeful out there and thank you for giving 2 friends the chance to be heard and do what they love.”
Over the weekend, Killer Mike delivered an emotional speech at the Atlanta Mayor’s press conference, pleading with protesters not to vandalize his city. “I am duty-bound to be here to simply say: That it is your duty not to burn your own house down for anger with an enemy,” he said. “It is your duty to fortify your own house, so that you may be a house of refuge in times of organization. And now is the time to plot, plan, strategize, organize, and mobilize.”
The duo is also joining the fight for justice by encouraging donations to organizations that support justice, change, and equity in America.
RTJ4 is the fourth installment in the Run the Jewels series, which started in 2013. Their most recent project, Run the Jewels 3, was released in 2016.
Stream RTJ4 below.

Run The Jewels Release New Album ‘Run The Jewels 4’ For Free Download

A couple of days ago, Run The Jewels announced that they will release their new album Run The Jewels 4 for free download.


El-P’s announcement came hours after Killer Mike delivered an emotional and educational speech where he addressed Atlanta demonstrators protesting George Floyd’s death. “For me this is the only way I really know how to contribute to the human struggle and experience beyond just trying to be kind and aware and grow,” El-P said of releasing RTJ4 “for FREE for ANYONE who wants some music.” “It’s the only weapon i’m truly trained in and i’m grateful to have it.”

Today, Killer Mike and El-P deliver their new album as promised. Run the Jewels 4, the long-awaited follow-up to 2016’s Run the Jewels 3, is now available for free download on their website where users can choose any amount of donation while checking out. All donations will be going to National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Fund. The Mass Defense Committee (MDC) is a network of lawyers, legal workers and law students providing legal support for political activists, protesters and movements for social change.

In addition to a free download on their site, the 11-song album is also available across all streaming services. Guest appearances come from DJ Premier, Pharrell, 2 Chainz and more.

“F*ck it, why wait? The world is infested with bullshit so here’s something raw to listen to while you deal with it all. We hope it brings you some joy. Stay safe and hopeful out there and thank you for giving 2 friends the chance to be heard and do what they love.
With sincere love and gratitude,Jaime and Mike.”

Protesters Chant Ludacris ‘Move B*tch’ at NYPD; Rapper Approves (Watch)

As protests intensified in New York City on Tuesday, a group decided to use a Ludacris anthem to further boost their movement.


On Tuesday night (June 2), protesters started chanting his popular song ‘Move B*tch‘ at the NYPD when they blocked marchers who had gathered on the Manhattan bridge to protest in memory of George Floyd. The group sang the chorus to Luda’s 2002 track “move b*tch, get out the way” in unison as cops put barricades on both ends of the bridge, thereby trapping some marchers in the middle.
Watch the footage above from two angles. Ludacris did not hesitate to give a fist of approval on Twitter at the development.

Anarchists, Agents And The Alt-Right: The Co-Opting Of Black Protest By Racism

By Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur(AllHipHop Features) A mysterious man in all black with an umbrella covering his head, a gas mask covering his face and tactical boots casually walks up to a Minneapolis AutoZone and begins to break all the windows in the establishment. People are leisurely walking back and forth when the man in black starts his brazen act of vandalism. One older, thin Black man, donned in a pink shirt holding a pizza box, goes over to him in an apparent attempt to stop the mysterious man from breaking the windows. He fails. The man in the pink shirt, the camera person taping it all and confused others follow the man that has just violently disrupted peaceful protests and jump-started nationwide riots.
More than that, the act has stolen a moment that is in honor of George Floyd, the man who lost his life under the knee of then-officer Derek Chauvin. It was at that moment that the anti-police brutality and anti-racism movement became wrought with anarchists, alt-right extremists and a dark, clandestine otherness that has yet to be revealed. The narrative shifted and the waters effectively muddied.
Exhibit A: Mysterious Man With Umbrella And Gas Mask Breaks Windows In Minneapolis AutoZone

Over the weekend morning, Bill de Blasio, Major of New York City, acknowledged these odd forces in an address to the city and admitted that other leaders have seen it happen in their jurisdictions too.

“It’s so obvious what happened here. Last night I was communicating with mayors all over the country. Everyone was experiencing the same reality. This violent, organized effort - many times from people not from the neighborhoods where it was occurring or not even from the same city. So we’ve got to get to the bottom of this immediately. I’ve asked Deputy Commissioner John Miller to put together the information, obviously understanding security realities.

To put together all the information is been out in the public domain and I start to gather, as quickly as possible, and provide transparently information about the locations from which these “protesters” have come. I’m not saying most are from outside New York City, but some were unquestionably. And the most important part is not the location of their origin but the plan that they put together and try to execute. Deputy Commissioner Miller will be able to show you the kind of weapons people brought, the kind of strategies that were employed, the level of organization. This is not accidental stuff. This is not informal stuff. You’ll see it’s a systematic pattern and I am a progressive and I have spent my life participating in protest. This is not the American progressive protest tradition. This is not the tradition of Dr. King. it’s dangerous. It is counterproductive. It puts the lives particularly of young men of color in danger if it creates deeper tension between police and community. “

The proclamation was bold, but imperfect and incomplete.
Exhibit B: A Pair Of Non-Black Women Spray Painting “BLM” On Stores And Black People Buck Back.
Ashunta Sheriff-Kendricks, a celebrity makeup artist that has worked with Taraji P. Henson and Alicia Keys, experienced this first hand and recounted her outrage as another set of purported anarchists co-opted the protest of police brutality. Her account, however, is different from the one she re-posted on IG and these types of actions have been reported more times than can be included in this report.

“We protested yesterday and a group of #Anarchist were inciting for the protestors to break windows and attack cops. They were yelling at cops and creating hostility,” she stated on Instagram. “If you are not there for the cause of unifying humanity then DO NOT SHOW UP TO OUR PROTEST!!!,” Sheriff-Kendricks said on her public account. “We are all angry and enraged however inciting violence, destruction will never solve anything. We will be blamed for vandalizing, destroying our own communities. Sadly folks to me this to is white privilege. Why? As a white person you are creating a problem that Blacks will be blamed and judged for. It diminished the cause and reason we are protesting if you are destroying property and creating confusion. What don’t you get we are already negatively reported in the media so don’t add fuel to the fire. Be smart people don’t get swept up by anger and rage in these moments these white extreme groups, militia, undercover oops or whomever is acting out.”

There have been numerous theories on who is behind these rogue insurgents and all of them are plausible. However, some seem more mind-blowing than others.
Exhibit B: Bricks In A Random Place Where There’s No Need For Bricks

So many questions and very few answers. In some instances like the bricks by government buildings and the mystery man, some feel unseen forces want to arm angry protesters and nudge them to violence.
Right now, Philadelphia is a complete mess after a weekend of riots, looting and chaos, but it was not Philadelphians causing the worst of the calamity, sources say.
“They have bombs. They bombed a bar near where I live. They bombed cars in North Philly. Bombs,” one resident said under the guise of anonymity. “They (the cops) are shooting at the (purported) White Supremacists. They are not reporting that on the news. They are doing this in Black neighborhoods. There are no stores here or nothing. Just people. The police are blocking gas stations to avoid them from creating a bigger problem.”
The officials from the City of Brotherly Love also did something that they have never done before the last weekend of May 2020. They shut down Interstate 95, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and just about every thoroughfare, all the ramps into the city over the weekend. These closures included the SEPTA transit system that transports people back and forth to the suburbs. SEPTA is still docked at the time of this writing.
And still, that is only a superficial solution at best.
Exhibit C: Vice Reports Three White Male Looters/Vandals Assaulting People

Nothing is what it seems.
Bill de Blasio and other mayors must now contend with dangerous, organized potentially well-funded forces that have reportedly overpowered the police. Again, nothing is what it seems. U.S. President Donald Trump has proclaimed ANTIFA a terror group, but others proclaim them allies. There is video evidence suggesting that ANTIFA or some other entity else pays common angry folks to rebel and riot.
Exhibit D: ANTIFA? Is That You?

Then there are “Boogaloos,” another covert group that seemingly preys on African Americans, trying to entice them into violent confrontations with authority. A story by Vice says they seek “impending civil war or violent confrontation with law enforcement.” Their mantra is in deep conflict as much of the African American protest movement is rooted in non-violence, historically and currently. One African American man in DC repeatedly stopped numerous attempts to start fires from protesters outside of the city. Rapper-turned-activist Tip “T.I.” Harris posted the interaction.
Exhibit D: T.I. Puts Anarchists On Blast
“Along with the video, T.I. stated, ”There are people who've been selected by organizations with ulterior motives, planted in crowds of protesters to antagonize violence & chaos. People who aren't for the struggle, who don't live in the cities they're destroying, & who could care less about the plight of OUR PEOPLE…"
Although it is not, it feels like this is the first time in a long time that white people have awakened to the plight of African Americans, others in the African Diaspora and people of color in general. George Floyd did not start the battle with police brutality and won’t likely end it. Even Colin Kaepernick, the blackballed professional football player, seems vindicated by the current events. It’s confounding and confusing.
Nobody quite figured it out. The man at the beginning of this story, the one who kickstarted the violent riots: what was the deal with him? Some determined that he is a police officer Jacob Pederson of the St. Paul Police Department, something the cops deny vehemently. He and the pizza man seemed to have a relationship…or not. There was something weird about the way the man held onto the pizza box and that bright pink shirt. Undercover cops have been known to color code clothing, paraphernalia or use objects to make themselves identifiable to other officers during protests and unrest. We’re supposed to believe them, the very people killing, terrorizing and brutalizing Black bodies?
Now, it seems, Black people have taken their attention from protesting police brutality to protecting police and property from brutality. Again, forcing oppressors to level up on all fronts. It is exhausting. The demand, at the moment, is simple: stop killing people.
The never-ending ask, in America, since we got here from Africa, has been “We want equality.” Racism is the pandemic without a vaccine. Racism is everywhere: The weekend warrior acting out his first rebel rodeo. The anarchist that comes into the city to destroy neighborhoods, only to go back to their safe, suburban haven. The media mischaracterization and assassination of real protestors by blaming them for the violence and damage perpetrated by the agent provocateur, so-called anarchist, and hidden hands, are the perpetrators of real crime. And don't get me started on government programs like CointelPro.
Black people only want a fair shot at the dream that has been dangled before our eyes for centuries.
The story never ends…the drama never ends…the peace never ends. So I will end this here.
No justice, no peace. 

Trina Responds to Backlash After Calling Protesters ‘Animals’

Trina is under fire for her comments about the protests following the death of George Floyd.
While speaking with Trick Daddy on the “Trick & Trina Morning Show” on 99 JAMZ, the Miami rapper was “fired up” and lashed out at the protesters in her hometown, referring to them as “animals” and urging Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez to push up the curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 p.m.
“They need to make the curfew at 6 p.m.,” said Trina. “Keep everybody off the street, these animals off the streets, that are running around in Miami-Dade County acting like they have escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5 p.m. so the streets can be nice and clean, that’s how I feel.”
She also voiced her disapproval of the property damage, revealing that her friend’s business was destroyed. “It’s definitely personal… I don’t approve of it, period,” she said after being confronted by Trick Daddy.

Trina is facing backlash for her comments about protesters and saying she’s not scared of the police because she knows her rights.
“Half of y’all marching are not even caring about this man..” 2/2

When asked about the murder of black men at the hands of police, Trina said she does not support any killings, whether by a police officer or civilian. “We can’t bring back nobody lives that has been taken away, whether it’s from the police or at the hands of another civilian,” she continued. “We cannot bring them back. You cannot pump life back into them at all. I can’t bring back my little brother’s life, his life was taken by the hands of a man, a black man. I can’t bring his life back.”
Derek Chauvin, the police officer who kneeled on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes, has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. But Trina said that’s not enough. “And that’s supposed to justify everything, right? Are you gonna put him in the death chair ’cause otherwise all the other stuff that y’all doing don’t make sense to me.”
Trina went on to call the protesters “fake” for their demonstrations. “Half of y’all marching are not even caring about this man. People are just doing it maliciously,” she added. After her comments hit social media, “Not Trina” became a trending topic—and she had time for anyone who called her out.
“Some of y’all are plain fuckN ignorant and nothing nobody do will help period,” tweeted Trina. “I’m at work and I’m muthafuckn ready.”
Someone even called upon her rival Khia to come for her. “Nobody can stay in my ass u fuckN loser,” responded Trina, while clapping back at Khia: “And dirty dreds your ugly ass always talking about somebody pussy. You want it so bad. Worry about them old ass gold in ya mouth and that dusty ass shelf u sit in front of bum.”
See her tweets below.

Some of y’all are plain fuckN ignorant and nothing nobody do will help period.
— TRINA (@TRINArockstarr) June 3, 2020

I’m at work and I’m muthafuckn ready
— TRINA (@TRINArockstarr) June 3, 2020

Nobody can stay in my ass u fuckN loser.
— TRINA (@TRINArockstarr) June 3, 2020

Yea bitch this ain’t tv. So Keep my name out your dirty ass mouth
— TRINA (@TRINArockstarr) June 3, 2020

And dirty dreds your ugly ass always talking about somebody pussy. You want it so bad. Worry about them old ass gold in ya mouth and that dusty ass shelf u sit in front of bum
— TRINA (@TRINArockstarr) June 3, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Game's Publishing Seized; eOne Gets Subpoenaed Over $7.1 Million Judgment

(AllHipHop News) Game's music career continues to be targeted over a $7.1 million judgment against the rap star.A judge just ordered BMI to hand over all of Game's royalties to Priscilla Rainey or the organization runs the risk of being charged with contempt of court...and so does the rapper. 
BMI is known as a Performing Rights Organization, which collects music publishing royalties from entities who use music for commercial purposes.
Most artists and producers rely on their quarterly payments from BMI as a valuable source of income.
But the organization is being ordered to turn over Game's earnings to Priscilla Rainey, who has been attempting to enforce the massive judgment against the Compton rap star.

The legal issues for Game started in 2015, when Priscilla Rainey was a contestant on his reality show "She Got Game."
Rainy accused Game of groping her during a taping, and although he was never charged with a crime, she filed a lawsuit against the rapper.
Game was originally found liable for $1.3 million in damages, but due to his "disrespect" towards the court, a judge increased the punitive damages six-fold, bringing the total judgment to $7.1 million.
Game attempted to appeal, but lost, leaving Rainey free and clear to enforce the judgment.
Over the past several months, Priscilla Rainey has been stepping up her attempt to collect on the judgment with a series of aggressive legal actions.
In April of 2017, a judge granted her control of a record label Game setup called L.A. Prolific and she also won all of the proceeds derived from his Born 2 Rap album.
And, last month Rainey went after a restraining order against Cash "Wack 100" Jones, to prevent Game from transferring any more of his property and other valuable assets into his manager's control.
Earlier this week, Judge Michael Wilner approved Rainey's request to subpoena record label eOne, which released Game's album Born 2 Rap. 
Priscilla Rainey and her lawyers are after documents and information regarding monies, if any, owed by eOne to Game. 

Trina To Critics Of Her Calling George Floyd Protestors “Animals”: Y’all Are F*cking Ignorant

(AllHipHop News) In the latest case of a celebrity showing their true colors about which side of the current fight to end systemic racism they're really on, Trina made it clear where she stands. The Florida rapper used her Trick N Trina radio show to slam people in Miami protesting the murder of George Floyd by white Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin."To stem the spread of the new coronavirus in Florida, [Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Giménez] imposed a county-wide curfew from 9 pm to 6 am and will be enforced until Giménez lifts the orders," said Trina on the 99 Jamz radio program.
She continued, "They need to make the curfew at 6 pm to 6 am. That's how I feel. Keep everybody off the streets, these animals off the streets that are running around in Miami-Dade County and acting like they have escaped from a zoo. Lock them up at 5 pm so the streets can be nice and clean." 
Trina went on to talk about her friend's business supposedly being damaged by looters. However, in the clip circulating online, she did not differentiate between peaceful protestors and people committing crimes.
Her comments caused many negative reactions. Trina became the #1 trending topic on Twitter with a lot of users calling for the self-described "Baddest B*tch" to be canceled. The phrase "Damn Trina" was also trending.
Critics brought up the fact that, just seven months ago, many black people backed Trina when she claimed to have been a victim of discrimination by a white shopper at Walmart. The 45-year-old seemingly dismissing all the protesters in Miami that are calling for justice for George Floyd did not sit well with some supporters of the anti-racism, anti-police brutality demonstrations.
After facing significant backlash for her statement on the radio, Trina went on Twitter to double down on her opinions. She tweeted:

Don’t come on my page with y’all bullsh*t!!! Bcuz I got time today!!! Some of y’all are plain f*ckN ignorant and nothing nobody do will help period. I’m at work and I’m muthaf*ckn ready. The problem is with some of y’all y’all don’t wanna hear the truth. Well y’all can be mad! Y’all should put that anger and frustration into doing something better. Instead of talking sh*t about people. This isn’t about me. I’ve done and I’m doing my part so leave me tf alone. What are u doing. Yea. What are u doing. My point exactly.

Drake, The Weeknd Donate $600k to Black Lives Matter Organizations

Drake and The Weeknd have made major contributions in support of different Black Lives Matters related organizations in light of protests in the U.S. following George Floyd’s death.


The donations came after poet/artist Mustafa Ahmed, also known as Mustafa the Poet, shared on Instagram that he personally donated $400 to the National Bail Out fund, an organization that aids in freeing those arrested while protesting the death of George Floyd. He then challenged Canadian superstars The Weeknd and Drake to match him by adding a few zeroes at the end.

“They just called fraud on my card LOL,” Drake said. “I donated 100K. They were like nah 😂” Drake joked after the transaction did not go through, presumably because of the hefty sum. Mustafa shared a receipt confirming Drake’s $100,000 donation which you can see above.
The Weeknd also took to Instagram to show his solidarity and share some receipts of the total $500k donation he made on June 1.
“Keep supporting our brothers and sisters out there, risking everything to push for actual change for our black lives,” the Canadian superstar wrote. “[I’m] urging everyone with big pockets to give and give big, and if you have less, please give what you can even if it’s a small amount,” he continued, adding the hashtag #blacklivesmatter.

Abel has donated a total of $500k to various charities to aid the Black Lives Matter movement, including $100,000 to National Bail Out, $200k to the Black Lives Matter Global Network and an additional $200K to Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Foundation.