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Kanye West continues to have a difficult month of May...days after running into a street sign reports of his $750,000 Lamborghini being damaged at girlfriend Kim Kardashian's mansion have surfaced.
Buzz behind the wreck surfaced online late Tuesday (May 14) evening.
Two days after Kanye West walked into a pole in Beverly Hills, Calif., and struck his head, his car reportedly got crunched by a gate at Kim Kardashian's L.A. house. TMZ.com reports the incident happened last Friday when West's $750,000 Lamborghini Aventador, which had been recently serviced, was being delivered to Kardashian's home. The driver pulled through the entrance, but before he could make it all the way in, an automatic gate started closing and damaged both sides of the car.
To make matters worse, the whole accident took place with Yeezy nowhere in sight.
The Lamborghini Aventador was reportedly being delivered to Kim's Los Angeles crib after getting serviced. The driver pulled in but didn't quite make it all the way before the gate closed on the left side. While 'Ye is roaming the NY streets, a repair shop is said to be looking into the damages and hopes to buff it out. Thankfully, no injuries have been reported nor was the Chi-town rapper present for a potential blow-up.
Grammy-winning Rapper T.I. recently weighed in on PepsiCo Inc.'s decision to severe ties with his pal Lil Wayne over controversial Emmett Till lyrics.
While Tip could understand PepsiCo's ultimate plan of action, he also rallied behind Tunechi and said Weezy meant no offense with his "Karate Chop" remix bars.
"Endorsements come from corporations," T.I. said when asked for his take on controversial lyrics hurting hip-hop artists' endorsement deals. "Corporations, that's outside dollars. You know what I'm saying? That's money that you would not normally be making if you were not associated with this brand. So if you're going to be associated with this brand, you're going to have to be associated with this brand and have them, you know, be associated with pride in whatever it is you do. So, it's kind of like you got to be mindful of the things you say if you choose to take in money from outside sources. But me knowing [Lil Wayne], I know [he] ain't mean no harm in what he said. He was just kicking flav. You got to really be in our life and of our lifestyle to understand how we can kinda unplug and -- be on our own sh*t sometimes."
French Montana recently talked about getting attached to constant Trina romance rumors, revealed his celebrity crush and gave a certain female musician the title of "Best Cakes" in the game.
When asked about Trina, Montana downplayed the hook-up speculation and called her a close friend.
"There's a lot of rumors about me and Trina," French said in an interview. "I mean, you know, she's a close friend of mine. What people see you with somebody more than one time, a couple times, this and that, they always want to spread rumors. I'm glad that's a real close friend of mine and we're just cool. We keep it on a cool level. We're friends."
He also shouted out Hollywood actress Megan Fox and Fellow Nicki Minaj when asked about his celebrity crush and best booty in the entertainment industry.
"Celebrity crush? Megan Fox, I'm looking for you. I love her attitude. Best cakes in the game? Hmm. There's not too many cakes in the game. I'd probably be Nicki [Minaj]."
This is a warning to rappers with endorsement deals, your sponsors will drop you in a heart beat.
After much controversy surrounding his Emmett Till reference on rapper Future's "Karate Chop" remix, Pepsi has decided to cut ties with Lil Wayne.
PepsiCo says it cutting ties with Lil Wayne after the rapper made a crude reference to civil rights martyr Emmett Till in a song.
Lil Wayne, one of the biggest stars in pop music, had a deal to promote the company's Mountain Dew soda.
The controversy erupted after Wayne referred to beating someone during a sexual act and said he wants to do as much damage as was done to Till.
The black teen was visiting family in Mississippi in 1955 when he was killed, allegedly for whistling at a white woman.
PepsiCo Inc., based in Purchase, N.Y., said in a statement Friday that Wayne's "offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon does not reflect the values of our brand."
President Obama got some serious hip-hop cool points when he walked out to DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win” at last month’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner. A lot of people took notice. Even Khaled himself who seemed pumped about the plug when recently asked about it by MTV News.
“Shout out to Obama. I see you. I appreciate you,” said Khaled. “All I do is win is one of the biggest anthems of all time, I think. It’s a timeless record and it represents winners. And Obama is a winner.”
Khaled also remarked that he may find some creative way to use the shout out for a skit on his upcoming album, Suffering From Success. “I mean, I got to. I gotta utilize that with We the Best brand just getting bigger,” he said. “I got some things up my sleeve, so be ready for my new album.”