I recently found out that Robbie Fulks, the guy who blew out my brains twenty-plus years ago when I caught him on Austin City Limits, was releasing a passion-project, full-cover, vinyl-only release entitled 16 featuring his take on all the songs from my all-time favorite album, Bob Dylan’s Street Legal. I couldn’t believe it. Now that I’ve had the opportunity to lean into it, I still can’t.
It’s something of a mixed bag for our latest Brandon My 600 Lb Life 2019 update. Season 7 star Brandon Scott, who recently announced his engagement to longtime girlfriend Tayler Kunce, is still shedding weight and living his dream, as our new photos show. But Brandon also revealed he and Tayler have been kicked off of their church’s service committee over the fact that the two of them are living together pre-marriage — and it’s something the devout Brandon says has happened to them more times than he’d care to remember.
Though we only ever hear a small sample of the whole track on the show itself, the Black Ink Compton theme song has gotten a ton of attention since the VH1 hit’s debut. Part of that is due to how little of “I Do What I Want” we actually hear; part is also because it’s Black Ink Compton star Danny Kilpatrick’s song. Read on to hear what Danny — alias IAm Compton — has to say about his music career, and how his early rhymes helped lead him to a career as a tattoo artist.
A few days ago, Bobby Brown’s sister Leolah told the world that her brother had been the victim of a terrible hit-and-run and had suffered multiple broken bones in both legs. The story raised enough alarm that Bobby’s lawyer put out a statement saying that none of that was true. But Leolah still says it is — and now she’s further suggesting that Bobby’s attorney is for some reason orchestrating a massive coverup of his client’s injuries.
Bobby Brown’s sister Leolah Brown has taken to social media with a strange and disturbing claim: that her brother was the victim of a horrible hit-and-run that left the singer with “broken bones” and “legs [all] messed up.” But Leolah didn’t offer any evidence to support her claims — so did Bobby Brown get hit by a car for real? And, if not, what was his sister talking about when she shared her all-caps tale?
It’s been almost four months since Bow Wow (real name Shad Moss) and his girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie (real name Leslie Holden) were both arrested and charged with battery after a physical altercation. Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta recently returned for a fourth season, and the attack, arrest, and fallout are the central part of show star Bow Wow’s story line. As you probably would have guessed, he has been playing it all off as completely Kiyomi’s fault. Also you probably also would have guessed, Kiyomi is having NONE of it!
Before the 90 Days rapper Tarik Myers and videographer Ricky Reyes are teaming up again for a brand new Tarik music video! #Taricky will be celebrating with a music video release party in Miami on Cinco de Mayo that will also be attended by additional familiar faces from the show!