Here’s a story with a lot of same ol’ same ol’ from Rihanna. She’s reportedly hanging out with Chris Brown again. Rihanna and her family hung out with Chris at Jay-Z’s club 40/40 to watch the Heat/ Celtic
Rihanna was a bad, bad girl at Jay-Z and Kanye West‘s bash in London over the weekend. Not only did she hang with Rita Ora (the similar-sounding and styled singer), but she had a good time and got so wasted that she missed her flight. How do we know? Not from embarrassing photos but because RiRi was tweeting left and right about her predicament.
When Jay-Z and Kanye West do it big, they do it really big. According to the Evening Standard, the ‘Watch the Throne’ duo will host a posh shindig in London on Friday to celebrate their joint five-night concert residency at the O2 Arena.
Jay-Z is enjoying fatherhood, however, he seems a little worried that his four-month-old daughter Blue Ivy, may grow up to be a little diva. During his appearance on ‘Oprah’s Master Class: Special Edition,’ the ‘Watch the Throne’ rapper spoke candidly about his parenting style.
We know that Jay-Z doesn’t play games when it comes to his business. That’s why he’s among the wealthiest rap moguls in hip-hop. But if you ever wondered how Jay flips his business deals — there’s an app for that.
Kim Kardashian has her sights set high now that she’s with Kanye West. She wants to hang out with the elite in his inner circle, namely Beyonce. She had visions of chatting it up with Beyonce while Kanye and Jay-Z discussed music but that’s never gonna happen
The Roc is still in the building! Jay-Z‘s clothing line Rocawear has secured a sponsorship with the 27-time World Series Champions the New York Yankees. According to Roc 4 Life, the partnership will include having the Rocawear logo branded inside Yankee stadium during the 2012 season.
What do you get when you combined the virtues of reading books and rap music? You’ll get this hilarious parody video by La Shea Delaney and Annabelle Quezada. The comedic duo teamed up to remix Jay-Z and Kanye West‘s ubiquitous anthem ‘N—as in Paris’ into their literary anthem ‘B—-es in Bookshops.’
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