Black Chyna Admits To Being Ex- @Tyga “Beard”

Well, this one might be just a little “too spicy for the peppa”. Former stripper and current “Kardashian Baby Momma” Black Chyna took to her Snapchat this morning to slander her ex boyfriend Tyga. Apparently he owes her money, and instead of being a grown woman and talking to him (as if they don’t both date a brother and sister), just called him out on snap chat. 

And then….

🙈 oh my 

And then she says the SIDE NIGGA kicked her out 😂😂. 

But then she actually posts his actual address. I’m sorry Tyga, hate it had to be you. 

#NFL Great Michael Irvin Has No Comment on Sexual Assault Charges

Hall of Fame Cowboys wide receiver and NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin is currently being investigated in a sexual assault case. Irvin, has declined comment on the matter thus far, which is not a surprise. 

The news of the allegation is not the first for Irvin, who has now been “accused” of three sexual assaults in his lifetime. 

As for the most recent one, a 27-year-old woman alleged to police that she and Irvin were at a bar and proceeded to go back to his hotel. She claims she started to feel sick in his room, vaguely remembers fighting him off, and woke up as he was checking out. She called 911 and went to a medical lab for a swab and blood test, according to TMZ.

“The allegations are completely false,” said Larry Friedman, Irvin’s lawyer told TMZ. “In the few hours since we’ve learned about them we’ve already discovered many red flags about this young woman’s background and the allegations she made against Michael. Even the complaint that she made specifically says she does not recall the events that took place. She was very drunk that night. Nothing happened and there was no assault.” 

It’s amazing that the NFL network hasn’t commented on this yet, but I assure you, it will be addressed very soon. 

Inside Childish Gambino’s “3005”


[[Prelude]] “I’ll be right by your side, til 3005”

Ever listened to an album that told you the story of your life before you were ready to acknowledge it?

That was Because The Internet for me. I can still remember my fangirl-esque screams when Donald let us

know he was about to put out another album. Hearing “The Worst Guys” set my heart ablaze because it

felt like somebody ripped a page out of my soul song. “In the garage, I had a menage, and murdered the

vag’, But, afterwards, it was awkward as fuck, Cause I’m nervous as fuck and could not get it up” How

could you not love an honest man? I emotionally became The Boy whose story was finished using

Because The Internet as I followed the cookie crumbs that Donald Glover left for his fans in anticipation.

Cookie crumbs that consisted of leaks, secret flash drives, a screenplay, learning to code, and by making

The Boy’s life his reality. Donald wished for the opportunity to inspire and educate those who love him

and I truly believed his goal was accomplished. The album, like its creator, wasn’t perfect, but it was

authentic. Glover posted a series of Instagram photos proving that his vulnerability is nothing to be afraid

of. And after overcoming depression and record label objections, Because The Internet was born. Just

being aware of the amount of work that went into the final product made me love it. Nothing could ever

prepare me for the actual emotional attachment that came with listening to the album though. Many critics

describe the album as messy and lacking direction, I, of course, disagree. I believe he opted for an

emotional order rather than a logical or conventional order. Because The Internet is a journey to

I listened to the album five times trying to figure out just what makes this album the album and it

wasn’t until one night by myself I found my answer. Because The Internet to me feels like

Glover’s New Year. Allow me the next paragraph to bring you up to speed. The New Year

symbolizes the concept of a clean slate or a fresh start. One that makes people want to be better,

or so I’ve heard it said. The New Year for most people has a set date. But with the correct

mindset, a new year can occur at any time. In 2013, Gambino’s New Year occurred December

6th. He knew with the release of this album, he would be on to bigger and better things in his life.

And unfortunately for Mc DJ fangirls like me that meant a career that was not focused on music.

Donald went radio silent on all social media December 10th, 2014 (almost 6 months after the

completion of his Deep Web Tour for the album), but it was recently announced that we will be

hearing from … or rather seeing Donald soon.

I struggled with writing this article at first because I couldn’t, for the life of me, pinpoint what

about this album kept making my heart cry. I searched through old memories for those first five

listens trying to patch a quilt of old emotions together for this article. Until I experienced my

own personal mental new year on Christmas night of 2015. I came to the conclusion that this

album allowed Donald to purge all the emotions and problems of his life at the time. He was

tired of being repressed and misunderstood. He was tired of the judgment and of society’s

expectations of him as a person. Because The Internet served as lyrical documentation for his

emotional progress. He used Because The Internet to inform us that he was no longer The Boy

You ever listened to an album that told you the story of your life before you were ready to

acknowledge it? This is and continues to be Because The Internet for me. When listening, I can’t

just admire his immaculate use of metaphors and ability to work in such perfect harmony with

his producer. I must respect the scars he bears with this album. I have to appreciate his courage

emotional relief and health. [[Prelude]]

and willingness to wait for someone to understand this album. I absolutely cannot overlook the

fact that I am still learning from the lessons of this album. And I am obligated to acknowledge

the emotional and spiritual growth that Donald Glover experienced as his period as Childish

This article arose from the ashes of this simple question asked of me 6 months ago: “What is

your favorite album?” I was instructed to write about my relationship with the music and the

experiences that I relate to that music. After about 15 minutes of thought I had made the decision

that Because The Internet was my favorite album. I had very different reasons for choosing the

album then; but now, as I am preparing to close the college undergrad chapter of my life, I am

able to say that this album accurately articulates the emotional progress that I have made as a

person. With Because The Internet, Gambino warned me that this growth would hurt like hell.

Because The Internet reminds me of the wounds that life can leave. But it also reminds me that I

can make it through those hard times. And this album gives me great joy, because finally, I know

now just why this album makes my heart cry.

Written by Mo’ Betta Brii, who is gettin’ Mo Betta all the time. 12/26/2015

Follow Brii on Twitter here.

Kendrick Lamar Leads All Nominees For 58th Annual Grammy Awards


Well the Grammy’s are here and everyone is trying to decided if they finally got it right. Most people will be happy to know that Kendrick Lamar leads all the nominees with 11 nominations in 9 different categories.

Now I won’t post all the nominations, but I’ll link you to them at the end.

My biggest disappointment in the Grammy’s this year is the fact the Big Sean did not get nominated for Rap Album of the Year after dropping his best, most complete project to date with “Dark Sky Paradise”.

Check out some of the noticeable nominations below. Spoiler alert, Drake got nominated for a mixtape and a diss track…..just ponder that.

I’ll be making my case via twitter that Big Sean should have gotten more than his weak nomination for Best Rap/Sung Collab for One Man Can Change The World, which won’t win because Glory by Common and John Legend are in that too.

Really Love
D’Angelo And The Vanguard

D’Angelo, producer; Russell Elevado & Ben Kane, engineers/mixers; Dave Collins, mastering engineer
Track from: Black Messiah
Label: RCA Records

Uptown Funk
Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars

Jeff Bhasker, Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson, producers; Josh Blair, Serban Ghenea, Wayne Gordon, John Hanes, Inaam Haq, Boo Mitchell, Charles Moniz & Mark Ronson, engineers/mixers; Tom Coyne, mastering engineer
Track from: Uptown Special
Label: RCA Records
Thinking Out Loud
Ed Sheeran

Jake Gosling, producer; Jake Gosling, Mark ‘Spike’ Stent & Geoff Swan, engineers/mixers; Stuart Hawkes, mastering engineer
Track from: X
Label: Atlantic

Blank Space
Taylor Swift

Max Martin & Shellback, producers; Serban Ghenea, John Hanes, Sam Holland & Michael Ilbert, engineers/mixers; Tom Coyne, mastering engineer
Track from: 1989
Label: Big Machine Records
Can’t Feel My Face
The Weeknd

Max Martin & Ali Payami, producers; Serban Ghenea, John Hanes & Sam Holland, engineers/mixers; Tom Coyne, mastering engineer
Label: Republic

2. Album Of The Year
Award to the Artist(s) and to the Album Producer(s), Recording Engineer(s)
and/or Mixer(s) & Mastering Engineer(s), if other than the artist.

Alabama Shakes
Alabama Shakes & Blake Mills, producers; Shawn Everett,
engineer/mixer; Bob Ludwig, mastering engineer
[ATO Records]
Kendrick Lamar
Bilal, George Clinton, James Fauntleroy, Ronald Isley, Rapsody,
Snoop Dogg, Thundercat & Anna Wise, featured artists; Taz Arnold,
Boi-1Da, Ronald Colson, Larrance Dopson, Flying Lotus, Fredrik
“Tommy Black” Halldin, Knxwledge, Koz, Lovedragon, Terrace
Martin, Rahki, Sounwave, Tae Beast, Thundercat, Whoarei &
Pharrell Williams, producers; Derek “Mixedbyali” Ali, Thomas
Burns, James “The White Black Man” Hunt, 9th Wonder & Matt
Schaeffer, engineers/mixers; Mike Bozzi, mastering engineer

Chris Stapleton
Dave Cobb & Chris Stapleton, producers; Vance Powell,
engineer/mixer; Pete Lyman, mastering engineer
[Mercury Nashville]

Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff, Nathan Chapman, Imogen Heap, Max Martin,
Mattman & Robin, Ali Payami, Shellback, Taylor Swift, Ryan
Tedder & Noel Zancanella, producers; Jack Antonoff, Mattias
Bylund, Smith Carlson, Nathan Chapman, Serban Ghenea, John
Hanes, Imogen Heap, Sam Holland, Michael Ilbert, Brendan
Morawski, Laura Sisk & Ryan Tedder, engineers/mixers; Tom
Coyne, mastering engineer
[Big Machine Records]

The Weeknd
Lana Del Rey, Labrinth & Ed Sheeran, featured artists;
Dannyboystyles, Ben Diehl, Labrinth, Mano, Max Martin, Stephan
Moccio, Carlo Montagnese, Ali Payami, The Pope, Jason
Quenneville, Peter Svensson, Abel Tesfaye & Kanye West,
producers; Jay Paul Bicknell, Mattias Bylund, Serban Ghenea, Noah
Goldstein, John Hanes, Sam Holland, Jean Marie Horvat, Carlo
Montagnese, Jason Quenneville & Dave Reitzas, engineers/mixers;
Tom Coyne & Dave Kutch, mastering engineers


J. Cole
Track from: 2014 Forest Hills Drive
Label: Roc Nation/Columbia Records

Back To Back
Label: Cash Money Records

Trap Queen
Fetty Wap
Track from: Fetty Wap
Label: 300 Entertainment/RGF Productions

Kendrick Lamar
Track from: To Pimp A Butterfly
Label: Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath Records/Interscope Records

Truffle Butter
Nicki Minaj Featuring Drake & Lil Wayne
Track from: The Pinkprint
Label: Young Money/Cash Money

All Day
Kanye West Featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney
Label: Def Jam Recordings


One Man Can Change The World
Big Sean Featuring Kanye West & John Legend
Track from: Dark Sky Paradise
Label: Universal/Def Jam

Common & John Legend
Label: Def Jam Recordings

Classic Man
Jidenna Featuring Roman GianArthur
Label: Epic Records

These Walls
Kendrick Lamar Featuring Bilal, Anna Wise & Thundercat
Track from: To Pimp A Butterfly
Label: Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath Records/Interscope Records

Nicki Minaj Featuring Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown
Track from: The Pinkprint
Label: Young Money/Cash Money


All Day
Ernest Brown, Tyler Bryant, Sean Combs, Mike Dean, Rennard East, Noah Goldstein, Malik Yusef Jones, Karim Kharbouch, Allan Kyariga, Kendrick Lamar, Paul McCartney, Victor Mensah, Charles Njapa, Che Pope, Patrick Reynolds, Allen Ritter, Kanye West, Mario Winans & Cydel Young, songwriters (Kanye West Featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney)
Label: Def Jam Recordings; Publisher(s): Please Gimme My Publishing/EMI Blackwood Music Inc./MPL Communications Inc./TYLER BRANT PUBLISHING/WB Music Corp./ Hard Working Black Folks Inc./Top Dawg Music/Excuse My French Music/EMI Blackwood Music Inc./Monarch Music/Abou Thiam Publishing/Victor Kwesi Mensah Publishing Designee/ALLEN KYARIGA/EMI Blackwood Music o/b/o Papa George Publishing/Kaya and Ethan Music/Primary Wave Brian/Noah Goldstein admin. by Reach Music Publishing/Ritter Boy LLC/Mario Winans Publishing Designee/Broken Locks/Songs of Universal Inc./Jabriel Iz Myne /Universal Music/Patrick Reynolds Publishing Designee/Smooth Thug Music/Noel Ellis Publishing Designee/Justin Combs Music Publishing administered by EMI April Music

Kendrick Duckworth, Mark Anthony Spears & Pharrell Williams, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)
Track from: To Pimp A Butterfly
Label: TDE/Aftermath/Interscope; Publisher(s): WB Music Corp., TDE Music, Hard Working Black Folks Publishing, EMI Music Inc., More Water From Nazareth, Sounwave TDE Productions, SonyATV
Richard Dorfmeister, A. Graham, Markus Kienzl, M. O’Brien, M. Samuels & Phillip Thomas, songwriters (Drake)
Track from: If Youre Reading This Its Too Late
Label: Young Money/Cash Money; Publisher(s): Sandra Gale/EMI Music Publishing, 1damentional publishing LLC/Sony/ATV Tunes, LLC, Matthew O’Brien/otek north/WB Music Corp./Jack Russell Music Ltd./Notting Hill Music Ltd.

Lonnie Lynn, Che Smith & John Stephens, songwriters (Common & John Legend)
Track from: Selma (Music From The Motion Picture)
Label: Universal/Def Jam; Publisher(s): Paramount Pictures/Pathe Productions Limited

Trap Queen
Tony Fadd & Willie J. Maxwell, songwriters (Fetty Wap)
Track from: Fetty Wap
Label: 300 Entertainment/RGF Productions; Publisher(s): RGF Publishing, Zoovier, BMG Gold Songs, Tony Fadd Beats


2014 Forest Hills Drive
J. Cole
Label: Roc Nation/Columbia Records

Dr. Dre
Label: Aftermath/Interscope

If Youre Reading This Its Too Late
Label: Cash Money/Young Money

To Pimp A Butterfly
Kendrick Lamar
Label: Aftermath/Interscope

The Pinkprint
Nicki Minaj
Label: Young Money/Cash Money


To see the other nominations, click HERE

Rising Star @BDotADot5 Gets Exclusive Spread In @ESPN Mag

Brandon Armstrong or most notably known as B. Dot (@BDotADot5 on Twitter), has been everywhere over the past few months. From appearing on ESPNs Sports Nation talk show to even booking a running Dunkin’ Doughnuts commercial everyone Monday Night during the football broadcast.   The latest accomplishment from B. Dot, who is Atlanta raised, is a placement in ESPN magazine. His spread includes an in depth article and a plethora of photos depicting B. Dot as popular NBA players.  

B. Dot as Russell Westbrook


B. Dot captures the essence of James Harden, Russell Westbook and Lebron James, just as he did in the many YouTube and social media videos he has released over the past few months. You can check out ALL of B. Dots funny stuff on YouTube or follow his IG and Twitter for daily videos and updates.  

B. Dot as Lebron James