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  • Cover of Chris Brown Apologizes To Karrueche Tran
    Over the weekend we saw Chris Brown's anger get the best of him, as he put his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran on blast publicly, alleging that she went on dates with Drake while he was locked up, and barely visited him in jail, among other things.
  • Cover of J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Defend Bill Cosby Following Rape Allegations, Say He "Gets A Pass"
    You may know J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League for their many production credits on Rick Ross' albums, including his "Maybach Music" series. The trio of beatmakers have a very good reputation for making luxurious instrumentals filled with live instrumentation, but as of last night, they may have trouble getting work for a while.
  • Cover of Nicki Minaj Apologizes For Nazi-like Imagery In Her "Only" Lyric Video
    When Nicki Minaj's "Only" video hit the web last week, it immediately attracted some negative attention.
  • Cover of BET Issues Apology For Blue Ivy Joke Read By Karrueche Tran [Update: Producer Reportedly Suspended]
    If you're on Twitter daily, you probably noticed an influx of hate-tweets directed to Karrueche Tran in the past few days, after she read an insensitive joke about Blue Ivy's hair while on BET. 
  • Cover of Justin Bieber Apologizes For Using N-Word
    Earlier today footage of a 15-year old Justin Bieber was leaked to the masses, wherein Bieber makes a joke and uses the n-word. Apparently Bieber's camp was already aware of the footage's existence, and they attempted to keep it under wraps unsuccessfully. 
  • Cover of Drake Calls Macklemore's Apology Text To Kendrick Lamar "Wack As Fuck"
    Drake isn't usually one to start beef or call people out, so this headline may come as a bit of surprise.
  • Cover of Kanye West Apologizes To Nike
     After putting Nike and other designers on blast over the past couple of weeks, it looks like Yeezus may have had a change of heart. In a new interview, Kanye apologized to Nike for his recent outbursts.
  • Cover of Album Stream: Eddie B & Harry Fraud's "Paper, Piff & Polo"
    Eddie B has teamed up with Harry Fraud once again, with a brand new full length called Paper, Piff & Polo. The album features guest appearances from the likes of Roc Marciano, Sean Price, Termanology, Smoke DZA, Mistah F.A.B. and more. Stream the project in full below, and grab it on iTunes here.
  • Cover of Stream Marco Polo's "PA 2: The Director’s Cut", Feat. DJ Premier, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Inspectah Deck & More
    For those unfamiliar, Marco Polo is a Toronto-born producer/sound engineer who's been operating out of NYC since the early 2000s.
  • Cover of Barneys CEO Mark Lee Offers Apology To Jay Z
    Recently Barneys New York has been under criticism, when in the span of a couple of days two different black shoppers were targeted by the police upon leaving the store.
  • Cover of A$AP Rocky Apologizes To Jason Collins, For Seeming Homophobic At MTV VMAs
    During the 2013 MTV Video Awards, A$AP Rocky was on stage with Jason Collins – who famously came out to the media this summer – and introduced Macklemore’s “Same Love” which deals with the subject matter of equality and having an open mind towards people of varying sexuality. Inadvertently, the rapper gave C
  • Cover of Russell Simmons Issues An Apology For "Harriet Tubman Sex Tape" Video
    Russell Simmons has been working on his All Def Digital YouTube channel, something he made a lot of people acutely aware because of an ill-advised Harriet Tubman Sex Tape skit. The music mogul has now issued an apology for the YouTube video which has since been deleted.
  • Cover of Drake Says His & J. Cole's Apologies Were Not "Cop-Outs"
  • Cover of Drake Addresses Dissing Kobe's Wife On "Stay Schemin" Says "It's Just Rap"
    Drake sent shockwaves through the hip hop, NBA communities and eventually social media with his “diss” of Kobe’s wife, Vanessa on the track “Stay Schemin’” when he addresses the apparent massive divorce settlement she would be getting. Kobe ‘bout to lose a hundred fifty Ms/ Kobe my nigga I hate it had to
  • Cover of Timbaland Apologizes To Chris Brown Over Comments On Working With Aaliyah Posthumously
    Timbaland is known to be protective over collaborations with Aaliyah. When rumors started swirling about a posthumous Aaliyah album, to which Drake was attached, Timbo questioned its authenticity, and whether or not it would work.
  • Cover of J. Cole Writes Sincere Apology Letter For Lyric On "Jodeci" [Update: Drake Issues Apology]
    Various groups and fans have been more vocal recently about being outraged and offended by offensive lyrics from rappers.  Most recently we have the Lil Wayne Emmett Till line, and the Rick Ross date-rap reference, and the most recent, J. Cole's line on his "Jodeci" freestyle with Drake about autistic people.
  • Cover of Timbaland Pens Apology To Jay-Z On New Song "Sorry"
    Throughout the many interviews we've seen from both Timbaland and Jay-Z leading up to, and following the release of Magna Carta Holy Grail, we've learned that they were not on good terms until shortly before the recording process.
  • Cover of Lil Wayne Apologizes To Emmett Till's Family During Performance
    Lil Wayne has seen himself involved in lots of controversy over the last few months, and none gained him more infamy than his Emmett Till line on "Karate Chop."  Now Weezy has changed the lyrics, and apologized to the Till family. 
  • Cover of Rihanna's "Unapologetic" Goes Platinum
     Adding to Rihanna's already long list of awards and achievements is the news that her latest album, Unapologetic, has officially gone platinum.
  • Cover of T.I. Says Lil Wayne "Meant No Harm" With Emmitt Till Line
    Lil Wayne came under serious heat after his insensitive Emmitt Till line on Future's hit single "Karate Chop," which lead to Weezy being dropped from several sponsorships and having to do serious PR work and apologize to fans and the Till family.  T.I.
  • Cover of Lil Wayne Issues Apology To Emmett Till Family Over Lyric [Update: Till Family Does Not Accept It]
    Lil Wayne received a lot of criticism within the hip-hop community and outside of it for his reference to Emmett Till in Future's "Karate Chop (Remix)." Although it seemed like we'd never get an official apology from Weezy (but his record label did issue one), that's now changed.
  • Cover of Lil Wayne Apologizes To City Of Miami & Speaks On Letter From Uncle Luke
    After going on his heated anti-Miami Heat tirade on All Star weekend, Lil Wayne has been under fire from citizens of the city, and others.  Uncle Luke has been one of the vocal people saying Weezy should apologize, as his comments were disrespectful to the whole city.  In a recent interview
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