A round up of the news stories you should know.
The Dirty South rapper turns 39 today, and we’re celebrating him by reposting this May 2019 article about one of the ways he is celebrating the memory of his sister.
Cyntonia Brown, a former teenage sex-trafficking victim who was serving a life sentence for a 2004 murder before she was granted clemency earlier this year, will walk free from a Tennessee prison next week. We are revisiting this post highlighting the many celebrities who raised awareness of her case.
“I don’t like feeling controlled and that I can’t run my own stuff,” the up and comer said.
VH1 shared a compilation of Precious Harris‘ best moments throughout her reality TV career on…
T.I. explained to his son, King, and Monica‘s sons Rocko and Melo, the importance of…
“My expectations have already decreased so much for mankind in the past couple weeks that this hardly surprised me,” the rapper wrote on Instagram.
“She always reminded me that this too shall pass.”
T.I. was recently honored for his philanthropic efforts throughout the state and in his hometown of Atlanta.
“Stand up for yourself, brother,” he told the man.