Tip appears on this month’s issue of Jet magazine.
Evelyn Lozada covers this month’s issue of Kontrol magazine. The “Decades” issue features a conversation with Ev about her VH1 Love and Basketball co-stars and her upcoming reality show with fiance Chad Ochocinco.
Go behind the scenes with Evelyn in this video as she prepares for her cover shoot.
Lil Romeo covers the latest edition of Brave magazine.
Percy’s baby boy talks about what he looks for in a woman these days.
I love a smart girl and a girl who loves her family! I do everything for my family and it’s nice to have somebody who understands how important that is to me. I can’t wait to have a little Romeo Bunch one day,” the ‘Madea’s Witness Protection’ actor tells the publication.
“But, physically I love eyes. The eyes just say so much about someone. I also love nice curves and a woman who knows what she wants out of life. Someone with focus, determination and is God-fearing. My biggest turn-off is if a woman doesn’t have a real passion for something and bad breath!”
ex wife Jennifer WIlliams covers the Reality issue of J’Adore magazine…and it appears that she is dressed as a genie O_o
Another example of a celebrity dressing up like a damn fool and nobody stepping up to tell them how crazy they look.
I like Jennifer..but this right here just aint it!
On last night’s episode of Love and Hip Hop we saw Kimbella shooting for the cover of Black Men’s magazine. Well here are a couple of still shots from the shoot…
The Kang covers Vibe magazine’s latest issue and gives them an interview that touches on everything from Tiny taking the fall for his most recent legal woes to his thoughts on the death of Bin Laden.
On being a conspiracy theorist & Bin Laden:
It’s like everybody that the U.S. was besties with, years later they’re the worst person in the world. My question is what character traits do they possess now that they didn’t possess when y’all were besties? What made it go astray, and who’s to say they were on the dishonest end of that?
[The politic’n doesn’t stop there. Before an article can be selected from the “Osama Bin Laden killed” search, T.I. twists his lips in sarcastic fashion and shoots, “If that really happened.”]
On gay sensitivity:
Man, I will say this, the funniest joke I ever heard Tracy say during a stand-up was, ‘C’mon man, I think gay people are too sensitive. If you can take a dick, you can take a joke.’ [Cracks up laughing.] That shit was funny to me. And it’s kind of true.’ They’re like,‘If you have an opinion against us, we’re gonna shut you down.’ … That’s not American. If you’re gay you should have the right to be gay in peace, and if you’re against it you should have the right to be against it in peace.’
On Tiny taking the fall for him:
“I’ma tell you, 50 Cent and anybody else, we not gonn’a have no discussion about what my ole lady should’a, would’a, couda done for anything as it pertains to me,” begins his rant. “We ain’t gonn’a do that. I’m the only one in my family that’s gonna take a lick when it pertains to the legal system. Since me, none of my other family members have seen a jail cell. Nobody. I’m the last one. The buck stops here. I feel that a person that stands behind [his woman for a criminal charge] is a coward anyway.”
VIBE: I doubt she would have gotten any time.
T.I.: She wasn’t gonna catch it period, ’cause I’m there. That wasn’t even a consideration. Even if she asked me to I would’ve been like, “Nah, you trippin’. “
So you didn’t feel you were more valuable to your family, employees and business partners on the street?
That’s a discussion between me and another man. Not with the mother of my children. Not with the nurturer of my household.
Drake appears on the cover of the newest issue of Complex magazine. While his ‘Take Care’ CD officially drops tomorrow tackles a lot of interesting subjects in this interview. Aubrey feels like he has been the target of some hate recently and he takes the time to address it with Complex.
“They nitpick at everything,” he says, shaking his head. “I can’t do anything. All they want me to do is dress so they can make fun of me. Otherwise, it’s hard for them. I don’t give people many reasons to dislike me. They have to find shit. They’re like, ‘Aw man, sweaters! He wears sweaters too much.’ Like, what?”
No other good rapper—because, let’s be honest, Drake’s one of the best doing it— draws the same amount of love and ire. It’s enough to drive a person crazy. For every three who applaud him—Nas has likened Drake to “fresh water on dry land”—there’s one looking to shoot him down.
If someone wants to bring a problem to me, it’s strictly based on their immense amount of hate for me.
Most recently it was Pusha T, the newest G.O.O.D. Music recruit, throwing thinly veiled jabs (“The swag don’t match the sweaters”) in a freestyle over Drake’s Jai Paul–sampling “Dreams Money Can Buy.”
Which is not to say that Drake doesn’t play the same game. When he dropped “Dreams” last May, he ruffled feathers with the line “I feel like it went from top five to remaining five/My favorite rappers either lost it or they ain’t alive.” Since he once said he’d cry if Jay-Z died, it’s safe to assume Hov would make his top five. But when pressed, Drake neither confirms nor denies whether Jay and Kanye were targets.
“It wasn’t meant to be a shot at the five rappers that I love,” he says. “I’ve never even sat down and pieced together a top five before. I just feel like I’m really good right now. And I’ve never felt like that before. I’ve always felt reluctant to say anything like that, but I’m very confident in these new raps that I’m about to give the world.
He also breaks down the lyrical war of words between Young Money and The Throne that is Jay-Z and Kanye West.
Drake’s also very confident in the strength of his YMCMB team. When he says, “They trying to bring us down/Me, Weezy, and Stunna,” he may be referring to “H.A.M.,” the first single from Watch The Throne, on which Jay-Z took unnamed rappers to task for having “baby money,” and not even as much as his lady. Lil Wayne wasn’t the only listener who took that as a reference to Cash Money CEO Bryan “Baby” Williams. Five months later on DJ Khaled’s summer banger “I’m on One,” Drake proclaimed that “the throne is for the taking” before advising listeners to “watch” him take it.
Careful listeners may have noticed that Kanye West (who’s worked with Drake in the past) employed the “hashtag flow”— which Drake popularized—on “Otis,” the biggest single from The Throne’s recent album. Many wondered who he was referring to when he said: “Niggas talking real reckless / #Stuntmen / I adopted these niggas, Philip Drummond them.”
The cold war heated up when Wayne returned fire on “It’s Good” from Tha Carter IV. In the song, which also featured Jadakiss and Drake, Weezy presumably talks about kidnapping Beyoncé. Jada declared neutrality immediately after the song leaked, stressing that he had no idea what Lil Wayne was going to say. His denials sounded reasonable enough, but what about Drake? “I’m his soldier,” he says, affirming his loyalty to President Carter.
Still, Drake does his best to remain diplomatic—sort of. “Rapping is about being young and doing your thing and being fly,” he says—the implication being that if older rappers catch feelings, so be it. “I’m sure people took it that way and that’s good, man. That’s great. Wake the fuck up. I hope it makes you go harder. I hope it makes you get mad at me and write a song with me in mind. I hope Kanye’s verse on ‘Otis’ was with that in mind. Everyone tried to tell me ‘Oh Jay is going at you.’ I don’t hear it, but I hope it was man, that song is fucking incredible. Making each other go harder, that’s what this shit is about.”
Janet Jackson is looking pretty damn good on the cover of Arabia’s Harpers Bazaar.
Janet stunts on dem Saudi Arabian hoes in all green everything as the magazine calles her “Janet Jackson: Goddess”
Miss Jackson is the first African American woman to cover the magazine since Beyonce in 2009.