Daily Archives: October 12, 2011

Celebs On The Scenes: Rick Ross, Trina, Yo Gotti, Meek Mill, Jim Jones & LeBron James

Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and Meek Mill on the set of “Don’t Panic” video.

Rick Ross and Trina.

Jim Jones posted-up in front of his Audi.

LeBron James in Central Park, New York.

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Broken Silence: Drake Opens Up About Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Nude Pictures & More

In the latest issue of ElleYMCMB rapper Drake opens up on everything from love, sex, and relationships. Drizzy got a little emotional when he talked about his relationships with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj. He also talked about the type of woman his mother wants him to marry, threesomes, nude pictures and much more. Below are some excerpts:

On loneliness:

“When you’re on the road and moving city to city, when someone isn’t there at the end of the night, you feel empty. The 15 or 20 seconds after a man reaches his climax is the realest moment he’ll ever have in his life. And if you happen to be with somebody that isn’t someone you want to converse with, you start feeling like, I wish I was just here watching True Blood by myself.”

On his fake Twitter marriage to Nicki Minaj:

“I don’t know if we were really pretending. I’d marry Nicki. I think Nicki would be one of the only people that would understand me at the end of all of this and be able to love me.”

On bringing girls home to mom:

“The most intense thing I’ve ever done was bring a girl to Passover dinner. [My mom] just wants me to be happy, but I’m sure she’d love it if I married a Jewish girl.”

On receiving naked pictures:

“If you send them without me asking, it’s like, You’ve done this before. But I’m away a lot. If there’s a woman I’m into, I might want to get a picture from her to handle business myself, as opposed to doing something I might regret.”

On threesomes:

“I’ve never had one. I swear. I’m a one-woman kind of guy.”

On being hurt by Rihanna:

“At the time it hurt, but she didn’t mean to. I’ll never put that on her. I was hurt because I slowly started to realize what it was. I guess I thought it was more. That was the first girl with any fame that paid me any mind. You spend days reading about this person in magazines. All of a sudden you have this number-one song and you’re at some birthday party and there she is. And you’re just some naive kid from Toronto staying in some shitty-ass hotel who got invited to this party on a whim. That’s just how it happened.”

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Sneaker Me Dope: Jay-Z Rocking Air Jordan I DMP “Celtics”

While out shopping with his pregnant wife Beyoncé, over this past weekend, Jay-Z was spotted wearing a pair of Air Jordan 1 DMP “Celtics” sneakers. This sneaker was released in July 2009, as half of the “Bulls vs Celtics” Air Jordan 1 60+ (Plus) DMP Pack. They were released in honor of the games Michael Jordan scored 60 points or more. Two Air Jordan 1 Hi Retros came in the pack, a red/white/black colorway (Chicago Bulls) and a green/white/black colorway (Boston Celtics). Each sneaker is made of 100% smooth leather and feature a special tag stitched on the inside of  the tongues to commemorate game. The Celtics shoe throws white, black and green onto the iconic sneaker.

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Front Page: Tika Sumpter Covers Vibe’s Vixen

From Hollis, Queens to the cover of Vibe’s Vixen. Actress Tika Sumpter graced the cover of the October issue of Vibe Vixen. Sumpter is known for her roles in BET’s sitcom The Game and Stomp The Yard 2. Sumpter is also gaining some recognition for her role in What’s Your Number? In the cover story, Sumpter talked about her love for acting, growing up in a single parent household, getting her big break in the industry and much more. Below are some excerpts:

What sparked your love for acting and the arts?
I was born in Hollis, Queens. My mom was married to my dad for 13 years, and I grew up in a single-parent house after my mom and dad divorced. After school, I would watch Rudy Huxtable [Keshia Knight Pulliam] from The Cosby Show. I remember looking at her and saying as a little girl, ‘I wanna do what she does,’ [but] my mom was working so hard that the thought of being an actor was so far from my thoughts. My claim to fame was Run DMC living down the block, LL Cool J living down the block [and] my sister dancing for MC Lyte. When I moved to Long Island and my mom remarried, I was more aware of figuring out what I wanted to do when I grew up.

Growing up in a single-parent home, were there any struggles that molded you?
Not growing up with a dad was really hard, but my mom was so on point. She was a lover, and the authority that basically gave us whoopings. If you missed that bus to school, you were walking. I saw my mom struggle a lot which made me not want to do the things normal teenagers do. I was super prude in junior high and high school; the prudest person in the pack. I was so active in school that I wasn’t even thinking about sex. Even my girlfriend and I, who are best friends since junior high, we were talking and she was like, ‘Tika, nobody knows what they’re doing in junior high, middle school or high school with sex, so why is everybody in a rush?’

Okay, so fast forward. What was your first break into the industry, through acting or singing?
Before I started acting, I got my first record deal at Universal. I was a teenager, and I was not ready for a record deal. I was in a group really young and had no clue. I was just freaked out. I knew I wanted to sing, but when you have no control, and you don’t really understand how everything works; it’s a little confusing. Acting wise, when I got my first national commercial, I was so excited. One Life To Live definitely opened the door to other things. I was definitely working before One Life To Live, but it was my first big contract and very cool. Read the full interview over at Vibe’s Vixen.

Source: Vibe Vixen

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Lil Wayne Responds To Uncle Luke’s Comments; “N*gga Luke is Trippin!” & Not Feeling DJ Khaled

Last night, Tuesday (October 11), Lil Wayne took to his official Twitter account @LilTuneChi to reply to Uncle Luke’s negative comment about him and Diddy. Weezy also mentioned that he’s not feeling Khaled at the moment. Last week Uncle Luke said some negative words about Lil Wayne and Diddy, in an article that Luke wrote in the Miami New Times, he wrote:

I’ve got a message for Lil Wayne, his Cash Money Brothers, DJ Khaled, Puff Daddy and all the rappers from other parts of the country who now live in Miami. I’m tired of seeing these cats using up our beaches, soaking up our sunshine, taking over the nightclubs, and sleeping with our women without investing anything into the community. I want to know when Lil Wayne is going to do more than show up courtside at the American Airlines Arena. Hell, it’s not like he paid for them anyway. You know he got comped.”

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