Ray Allen has announced his retirement from the NBA. Of course, the 41-year old sharpshooter hasn't played in the league since the 2013-14 season with Miami but he had always left the door open for a return with a title contender.
In a Facebook Live video broadcasted Friday, Yasiin Bey announced that he will be canceling his remaining U.K. tour dates and retire following a show scheduled for sometime this week in Cape Town. He will livestream the farewell performance.
Tim Duncan has officially announced his retirement from the NBA. There was no farewell tour or fancy article on The Player's Tribune, just a simple press release by the San Antonio Spurs, just as we'd expect from The Big Fundamental.
You never know with Chief Keef, as he's one of rap's biggest jokesters, but many of his fans were dismayed when he told them of his retirement on Twitter. According to Sosa, he's been retired, though it's unclear for how long.
According to a report in the New York Post's celebrity news and gossip column Page Six, a source close to Kanye West is making the claim that Yeezus is about ready to put down the mic and focus on fashion.
Lil Wayne has stated that Tha Carter V will be his final solo album, but fans have been split on whether to believe his claim. The Young Money leader made similar promises before Tha Carter IV was released, yet he's continued to release music since.
The writing was on the wall, and fans had hoped he could return in some capacity, but Allen Iverson is now set to officially announce his retirement from professional basketball. Having last played in the NBA back in 2010 for the team that drafted him, and wi
Rappers have a tendency to announce their retirement a little prematurely. Our list profiles a couple of the rappers who either got cold feet, or weren't all that serious about calling it quits in the first place.