E-40 revealed an intimate story about Biggie Smalls in his interview with The Breakfast Club. It turns out that Biggie dissed E-40 when he was asked to rate him as a rapper in an interview with a Canadian magazine circa ’94 & ‘95. The interview took place before the age of the Internet and E-40 didn’t have a clue how he found the magazine. What’s shocking is that Biggie gave E-40 a poor rating as a rapper in the magazine feature, a zero.
Long after the interview was published, E-40’s boys held Biggie up at a venue in Sacramento and they called E-40 asking him what they should do to him. E didn’t want to have anything bad happen to Biggie, so he told his boys to let him go.
Biggie apologized for the poor rating and went on to say how much he loved “Sprinkles” by E-40.
The two wound up putting the moment behind them and Biggie went on to give E-40 a shoutout in the ‘Thank You’ section of his last album.
E-40 exclusively shared this photo of himself, Puffy and B.I.G with Power 105.1.
Stay tuned for the full interview tomorrow!
Sevyn Streeter has been with Chris Brown's label for over 5 years now and it's all love. Sevyn told The Breakfast Club that whenever she's getting ready for a major performance, appearance or anything monumental Chris Brown always calls.
A call of support is something that she's come to count on through the years no matter what he's going through. With that said, she heard from Breezy recently with the release of her EP, Call Me Crazy But... even though he's in rehab.
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Film director, Malcolm D. Lee visits The Breakfast Club to discuss the many films he's created (Roll Bounce, Undercover Brother, The Best Man, etc), his experiences as a film-director and more.
Since various press outlets have called Best Man Holiday a "race-themed movie" Malcolm comments and says that it's a "misnomer" for the film.
"There's nothing 'race-themed' about a film set in the suburbs!"
Fun Fact: Malcolm is Spike Lee's first cousin.
Daymond John is the businessman behind the popular clothing brand, FUBU. He's made millions from the clothing brand, but he's now an investor on ABC's Shark Tank.
When Daymond was approached to do the show he didn't think it would last for more than a season.
One of the more shocking facts about the show is when he talks of a time he was robbed of an investment from someone who pitched him an idea on the show.
Check out the full interview to learn more about Daymond John.
Kanye West made a few heads roll when he made a comment about President Obama. According to Mr. West, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama aren’t bigger than himself and Kim Kardashian.
The Breakfast Club brought this up in the interview and Kanye stood behind his words. Kanye says the general public does not follow the President through his everyday life as much as people cover him and Kanye. The Breakfast Club tried to tell him that there are plenty of people who follow President Obama and the First Lady to see what they're doing and wearing, Kanye disagreed. You can’t tell him nothing.
Watch the the clip below!
Tyrese Gibson, Luke James and Jacob Latimore the stars of the upcoming movie 'Black Nativity' stopped through to chat with the Breakfast Club. Tyrese described the movie as "It's a holiday family movie about forgiveness, love, a bunch of family secrets are revealed. We're singing a lot of the stuff that we feel in this movie."
USA Today recently called 'The Best Man Holiday' a racially themed movie and Charlamagne Tha God asked the cast "How do black films get out of the box of being called racially themed and black themed and urban films?"
Tyrese went on to say "The concept of black and racially themed movies says a lot about some folks that may be a little uncomfortable about what feels like this sudden interest in black cinema. Cuz [sic] we're on the other side of $100 plus million and it's happening a lot. And arguably old, racist Hollywood practices would say that when you have a predominantly black cast they don't really do that well. You have to put a whole lot of others in there and then a few token Negros in there...
That's why I love movies like this as well as the Fast and the Furious franchise. One of the unspoken reasons why I feel the Fast & the Furious is successful is that everybody can show up to the movies and see somebody on camera that they can identify with...
All of that type of stuff is starting to be real taboo and kinda [sic] like throw out the window. Well if it's an urban movie then it's going to cater to an urban audience. All of that stuff is starting to be thrown out the window which is great."
The guys must have had a blast shooting this movie because they constantly took shots at each other during this interview. Tyrese even revealed Luke's credit card number for those less fortunate to take advantage during the holidays.
Check out the interview below.
Tara lost a lot of weight when Amina told her she was Peter Gunz's wife. She couldn't eat or sleep for a long time the minute she found out.
Check out the clip below.