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Ice Cube doesn’t mention Donald Trump by name in the lyrics of his new track, “Arrest The President.” But the former N.W.A. star doesn’t have to. It’s crystal clear who the rapper, whose real name is O’Shea Jackson, is referring to. “Let’s meet at the White House, run in and turn the lights out, they […]

Getty Image Big Mouth is an extremely funny and terribly gross Netflix show about adolescents doing somewhat familiar — but also disturbing — things while growing up. It’s also a cartoon, which is why there’s child nudity and hormone monsters and no one gets too weirded out about the whole thing. The show has some […]

Thousands of residents have fled their homes as wildfires swept over a large part of Southern California on Friday (Nov. 9). Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s home in the gated community of Hidden Hills was among those in danger. The flames were reportedly on the property of their multi-million-dollar estate, but did not reach the […]

On Friday, the “Peppermint” star posted a photo on Instagram of a note from one of her kids that featured a rather funny shout-out. “When I grow up, I want to be a fun-killing mom, just like you!” the message reads. In her caption, Garner debated whether it was a “nine year old burn” or…

When Queens rap collective World’s Fair announced that their latest album might be their last, it was a sobering reminder that while rap stardom certainly appears glitzy and desirable looking up at the top echelons of superstars, for the working class rappers of the world, it can be a bumpy road, and it doesn’t always […]

“They put out this video today, where it makes it look like he’s karate chopping the intern,” O’Brien said. “So the White House is producing comedy videos. They’re like, infringing on the late night world.”

Actor Viggo Mortensen is apologizing after he used a racial slur Wednesday night during a panel for his newest movie. Mortensen was doing a Q&A session in Los Angeles for “Green Book,” a film that depicts the relationship between a black classical pianist (Mahershala Ali) and his white chauffeur (Mortensen) as they travel the American…

Michael C. Hall said he identifies as “not all the way heterosexual” in a candid new interview about his sexuality.  The Golden Globe–winning actor, who starred on the HBO series “Six Feet Under” as gay mortician David Fisher, has been drawn to playing LGBTQ characters throughout his career on stage and screen.

In honor of Wu-Tang Clan’s groundbreaking debut’s 25th anniversary, two of the group’s members, Masta Killa and Raekwon The Chef, dropped by Beats 1 Radio to chat with Ebro Darden about its making and impact. Over the course of the conversation, they addressed the reason that only one of the two contemporary rappers with a […]

From coaching football to cooking with Martha Stewart and trying his hand at Gospel music, Snoop Dogg has come a long way from the Long Beach streets. But now he’s set to remind us where he came from with an insightful biopic recounting his story. Snoop Dogg told Washington’s 102.3 FM yesterday that he is […]


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