The rapper thinks it's too soon.
In the latest edition of Hip-Hop cares, the Trap Lord, A$AP Ferg made sure NYC's heroes, healthcare workers who are working tirelessly to take care of New Yorkers infected with the coronavirus were well fed.
The co-founder of Cash Money Records announced on Instagram Monday (Apr.20) that he wants to help locals in his hometown by paying their rent for a month. Birdman also revealed in his post that he is calling on New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell to support his efforts.
For those of us who at one time or another copped a military field or flight jacket from say an Army-Navy store, the name Alpha Industries should be familiar. The brand that specializes in military-style fashion and apparel has announced a Give Back initiative tied to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
As we continue to fight for representation on and off-screen, we've got to say there are some pretty amazing films out there you need to see.
Kaepernick's helping make a difference.
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This Sneaker Collector Designed A Louis Vuitton X Darth Vader Face Mask That Takes PPE To The Next Level
It'll cost you a pretty penny.
36-year-old Saturday Night Live star Michael Che found an extremely dope way to honor his late grandmother, who died from the coronavirus. The comedian decided to pay a month's rent for the residents that live in her NYCHA building he revealed in an Instagram post.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is weighing in on whether or not it's possible to bring sporting events back by the summertime; see what he has to say inside.
Americans across the nation are waiting on the stimulus check the government promised as aid during the coronavirus shutdowns. Just $1200 for a single individual and a little more if have kids, it isn’t much to work with, but hey, something is better than nothing at this point am I right? Some folks have already […]