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50 Cent on the Influence of ‘Many Men’ in 2020, Pop Smoke’s Successful Posthumous Album & More / Watch



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*Just in case you weren’t aware, today is the official premiere of 50 Cent’s exclusive interview with Spotify’s Creative Director, Head of Urban Music, Carl Chery.

50 Cent’s sit down is part of an ongoing, limited interview series produced under Spotify’s RapCaviar umbrella, which will be live on Spotify RapCaviar’s Twitter and Instagram.

With leading hip hop artists like Pop Smoke, 21 Savage and more paying homage to 50 Cent’s iconic “Many Men,” the track has proven to be one of the most influential songs of 2020, a long 17 years after its initial release.

In today’s interview, 50 discusses:

  • His reactions to the continued success of Pop Smoke’s posthumous album, Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon and its intersection with his own debut project, Get Rich or Die Tryin’
  • The evolution of “Many Men” becoming a war chant within hip hop, acknowledging 21 Savage’s use in his shots towards Jeezy
  • And more

The final interviews from the limited series including 50 Cent’s GRAMMY predictions will air Wednesday November 11th and Friday November 13.

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Kevin Hart Defending His ‘Daughter is A Hoe’ Joke: ‘It’s A False Narrative’ / VIDEO



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*As we previously reported, Kevin Hart released “Zero F***s Given” earlier this month, his latest standup show that was filmed during the pandemic in his own home! While many fans can’t get enough of it, others don’t seem to be enjoying his new work.

On top of receiving a few negative reviews from critics who called Hart “unfunny,” his show led to criticism due to a part in his set where he discusses his 15-year-old daughter’s love life. In the special, Hart joked that his daughter once told him, “‘Dad, I don’t like Rob no more.’ I like this boy named Tim.’ Instantly, in my mind, I said, ‘My daughter a hoe. This is hoe sh*t. Hoe activity right in front of my face.'”

Many condemned the comedian for his remarks, and now Hart is speaking out to defend himself against people who claimed he was demeaning his daughter but also attacking Black women in a conversation he had on a new app called “Clubhouse.”

“Alright guys, we gotta stop,” he said in a video posted to Instagram. “Stop with the false narrative. It’s a false narrative that’s being created and if you were in the Clubhouse and apart of the conversation, this wasn’t about Black women. It wasn’t about me going against Black… stop. A question was asked about the joke about my daughter and about me referencing my daughter having hoe-like activity. I gave an answer to it.”

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Mo’Nique Becomes the Latest Celeb to Join OnlyFans – She Tells Why





*Mo’Nique recently took to Instagram to announce that she’ll be joining the popular app, OnlyFans!

The 52-year-old actress and comedian uploaded a video to IG, sharing how she was given the wrong impression at first. But after someone let her know it’s a platform to connect closer to fans, she was all in.

Mo’Nique said she will not be sharing adult content like some influencers and celebs have been doing. Instead of showing her “special treats,” Mo’Nique said her “OnlyFamily” will be filled with workout and cooking content. She said it will also be a space where “everyone can give each other love.”

Mo now joins a lengthy list of stars who have joined the community including Michael B Jordan, Chris Brown, Jordyn Woods, and more.

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Denver Mayor/Hypocrite Apologizes for Telling Residents to Not Travel for Thanksgiving – but He Does



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*Denver, Colorado Mayor Michael Hancock just got a lesson in “practice what you preach.”

Hancock had to issue a public apology after he traveled to Mississippi for #Thanksgiving—-despite telling local residents to stay home due to COVID-19. He traveled to Houston for the Mississippi trip, and tweeted the guidance to stay home about 30 minutes before his flight.

Mayor Hancock said he made the decision to head out of town because his wife and daughter are in Mississippi, where his daughter recently took a job.

“As the holiday approached, I decided it would be safer for me to travel to see them than to have two family members travel back to Denver. I recognize that my decision has disappointed many who believe it would have been better to spend Thanksgiving alone. As a public official, whose conduct is rightly scrutinized for the message it sends to others, I apologize to the residents of Denver who see my decision as conflicting with the guidance to stay at home for all but essential travel.”

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