With all the news that hits the Internet each week, it’s easy to miss the important stuff. Well, maybe our sense of “important” is a little subjective, but you get the point. For our weekly post roundup #ICYMI (in case you missed it), we recap our favorite stories from the week, ranging from social media gangsters to bitch-ass Donald Sterling. Here are some of the stories from this week that deserve your time.
A California inmate claims Jay Z, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Chris Brown, and Rihanna are secret spies that have been stealing his rhymes. Due to the nature of their heinous crimes he’s is seeking $2.4 Billion. Watch the throne … get sued.
Remember that one time Erykah Badu was like, “Peace and love, y’all”? Well, maybe she didn’t exactly say that. But she did visit the repressive-ass king of Swaziland and perform for his birthday. However, due to the nature of the controversy surrounding her visit, Erykah now claims her trip wasn’t paid. *CObullshitGH* Tyrone didn’t return our calls for comment.
Oh shit! The GAP dropped a new collection that actually doesn’t suck. Here’s a gold star, Glenn K. Murphy.
A new wave of social media gangsters, or as we like to call them: InstaThugs, are terrorizing New York City. In fact, they account for 40% of the city’s shootings. How many likes you gon’ give that? Zero, we hope.
A nightclub scuffle with the LAPD almost turned real ugly and bloody for The Game and T.I. Luckily, Tip wasn’t there to bring em out. And by “em” we mean guns. Fuck nightclub security, though.
The mysterious L.A. songstress known as Banks dropped a new track titled “Goddess.” It’s funny because we actually wrote a song about her with the same name…
Don’t question why Lil B’s new song is called “Katy Perry” just thank him and protect him at all costs. #TaskForce
A new exhibition is hitting New York City featuring never-before-seen artwork from your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper’s favorite artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat.