After reporting earlier today that Kanye West was experiencing a "psychiatric emergency" at the time of his hospitalization, more information has leaked as to what that entailed. According to TMZ, Kanye's physician Dr.
After it was revealed yesterday that a jury found The Game guilty of sexually assaulting Priscilla Rainey, who was a contestant on his 2015 "Bachelor"-esque reality show, TMZ now reports that the judge has ordered the Compton rapper to pay Rainey $7.13 million
Fans do crazy things when confronted with their heroes. Last year, we covered in depth the pattern of young white males hopping up on stage with Action Bronson, knowing well that he would hurl them back into the audience in a corpulent rage.
Drake has refused to pay the medical bills demanded by Detail, a Detroit producer who is credited on a few tracks -- and the hook on "305 to My City" -- off Nothing Was the Same, reports the Daily Mail.
Atlanta rapper Rich The Kid has been accused of assaulting his wife, with whom he apparently has two children and another on the way. The woman in question is on Instagram -- with over 260k followers -- as realladyluscious.
Hopsin was arrested in Australia Sunday night and may be banned from the country, which is home to one of his biggest fan bases. He shared the news in an emotional Instagram post. "Just got out of FUCKin jail... over some total bullshit," he wrote.
Last summer, many winced as they watched footage of Kevin Gates viciously delivering a kick to the chest of a teenage female fan, who had been pulling on his shorts while he was performing near the front of the stage at a venue in Lakeland, Florida.
According to multiple reports, the Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green was arrested for assault on Sunday in East Lansing, Michigan although the specific details of the incident have not yet been revealed.
In one of the more unexpected lawsuits these past few weeks, producer and Young Money/Cash Money affiliate Detail, sued Drake over an alleged assault by his bodyguard, dating back to 2014.
UPDATE: Chris Brown saw the headlines at the same time as the rest of us, and he has already offered two humorous video responses to his former manager, Mike G, who has reportedly just filed a lawsuit that alleges that Brown recently attacked him and put
It looks like Drake is the latest victim in a new lawsuit. According to TMZ, his former collaborator & producer Detail is suing the OVO leader for an alleged assault that reportedly took place back in 2014.
At the end of last month, 50-year-old New York politician Ronald Savage disclosed that, during his teenage years, he was molested multiple times by hip-hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa, the founder of the Universal Zulu Nation.
Last week, Toronto rapper Mo-G, a member of the group Halal Gang, became the latest of Drake's behind-the-scenes collaborators to incite controversy, as he put up a series of since-deleted Instagram posts that accused the OVO rapper of swagger jacking and shor
UPDATE #2: Not only has Chris Brown responded to the allegations against him, it has also been revealed that the accuser, Liziane Gutierrez, has been involved in past drama with another male R&B singer, namely Jason Derulo.