Is Hip Hop Ready For It’s First Male + Male Power Couple??? [poll]

Originally posted on 97.9 The Box:

Hey, Im about as un judgmental  as you can get. As I scroll thru my timeline, I come across Young Thug’s post. (Stoner, About The Money, Lifestyle). Earlier today, Young Thug dropped an interesting picture with an equally interesting caption. Insert below.

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Things That Stand Out To Me

1. The pastel fingernail polish. (Rock artist have done this before. Not shocking)

2. Hubbie could’ve been “Homie” spell checked.

3. Maybe it’s the lighting, but Young Thug’s eyebrows look a tad arched.

I said all that to say this. IT’S NOT MY BUSINESS WHAT 2 GROWN MEN CALL EACH OTHER!!! But it did bring the question up… Is “Rap” ready for it’s first openly gay relationship??? Not rumors or Instagram pictures. But 2 artist who you respect & love their music, coming out as a couple… Times are changing. Take the poll.

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Chris Brown’s GF Karrueche Tran Gets Backlash For Making Fun Of Blue Ivy On TV [Video]

Originally posted on 1025 KSFM:

Chris Brown’s on/off again girlfriend Karrueche Tran was filling in as a co-host yesterday for 106th & Park. She made a joke about Jay-Z & Beyonce’s daugher Blue Ivy and how they don’t comb her hair. Watch the video clip here:

She immediately received backlash from fans about her diss and Tran had to go on twitter and defend herself. Watch this report on Karreuche and her response.

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G-Unit Reunion Special On Shade 45 (Audio)

Originally posted on Miixtape Chiick:


G-Unit sat down with Rob Markman of MTV for their reunion special on Shade 45 via Sirus XM. The group talks about their individual problems with each other and how they were resolved, the breakup and getting back together as a group, new music, and so much more.

Listen to the jam packed interview below & listen/download their new EP The Beauty Of Independencehere.

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Hip-Hop Rumors: Young Thug Calls Rich Homey Quan His “Hubby”

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OK…I don’t know what yall on, but I am NOT this dude. I am very confused. And therefore I am going to you YOU the people explain to me what this all means – a rapper calls another rapper his “hubby.”

Rich Homie Quan is the hubby of Young Thug? OK.

Go ahead. Explain.

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Johnson will start for Auburn at QB

Originally posted on KFWB 980:

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Jeremy Johnson will be No. 6 Auburn’s starting quarterback against Arkansas, and Nick Marshall will play in the game at some point.

That’s about all Tigers coach Gus Malzahn would say about the situation on Tuesday. He had previously said Marshall and cornerback Jonathon Mincy would not start the opener after legal issues over the summer.

Malzahn didn’t give a hint on when Marshall will take his first snap on Saturday but said that “we have a plan and they know the plan.”

Previously, he hadn’t even acknowledged that Johnson would open the game but said the sophomore has known for some time.

The dual-threat Marshall led Auburn to the Southeastern Conference championship and national title game last season after transferring from junior college. He passed for 1,976 yards and ran for 1,068, accounting for 26 touchdowns and directing the first SEC offense to lead the…

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Facebook, Twitter Users Less Likely To Offer Opinions On Major Issues; Social Media May Encourage Self-Censorship

Originally posted on CBS San Francisco:

WASHINGTON (AP) — People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising new survey by the Pew Research Center.

The study, done in conjunction with Rutgers University in New Jersey, challenges the view of social media as a vehicle for debate by suggesting that sites like Facebook and Twitter might actually encourage self-censorship. Researchers said they detect what they call the “spiral of silence” phenomenon: Unless people know their audience agrees, they are likely to shy away from discussing anything controversial.

In other words, most of us are more comfortable with ice-bucket challenges than political banter.

“People do not tend to be using social media for this type of important political discussion. And if anything, it may actually be removing conversation from the public sphere,” said Keith Hampton, a communications professor at…

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