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Drake and Lil Wayne Announce Tour

Drake and Lil Wayne Announce Joint Summer Tour

Young Money fans: get ready to unleash your inner skateboard thug and shed a tear or two over your ex because Lil Wayne and Drake are coming to a city near you. Yesterday, the two rap stars announced a joint summer tour called Drake vs. Lil Wayne. The sizzling concert series will hit 31 cities across the States, kicking off August 8 in Buffalo, New York and concluding September 27 in H-Town. (That’s Houston, Texas for all you sizzurp-induced Weezy fans.) Those golden tickets will be available on Ticketmaster starting June 21, with a special pre-sale kicking off on June 17. Get ready!

Read it at Complex.

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Michael Jordan Joins the Billionaire Club

If you thought Michael Jordan was already on that Oprah status due to his hot-selling sneakers that always keeps the dope boys and rap stars going crazy, then—how should I put this—you’re wrong! However, according to Forbes, the basketball legend just recently joined the likes of O-dog and Dr. Dre in the billionaire club due to his increased stake in the Charlotte Hornets, where he first became an investor in 2006 and upgraded to controlling owner in 2010. His earnings from the North Carolinian NBA team are estimated to be around $416 million, which (along with his $600 milly outside of the Hornets) makes him, well, a very wealthy man.

Read it at Forbes.

Dave Chappelle Adds Nas to His Radio City Music Hall Show Lineup

Dave Chappelle is back! After years of farm-plowing in the boondocks and ducking the public eye, the iconic comedian is making his comeback with a series of performances at Radio City Music Hall this summer. (And tickets for the first five shows sold out faster than Jordans just minutes after he made the announcement.) With the help of Live Nation, Chappelle was able to add on three more shows that will not only include his hilarious life experiences, but the sweet sounds of Erykah Badu, Janelle Monáe and The Roots. But that’s not all. Mr. Nasir Jones has just been added to the bill for the ninth and final show, where Nas will perform his classic Illmatic in its entirety, backed by an orchestra. Epic!

Read it at Vibe.