Kid Fury and Crissle met one another via Twitter which eventually led to a close friendship in real life. After they both moved to New York from Florida (Kid Fury) and Oklahoma (Crissle) they were approached to start a podcast titled "The Read", they tried it and the rest is history.
The interview is full of jokes and social commentary. Enjoy.
Bun B isn't bothered by the fact that Joseline wants to launch a career in music. Bun supports the fact that she's out to do what she wants to do because he remembers when people weren't supportive of his solo career.
Trill O.G "The Epilogue" reps the movement and it's available for purchase here.
Nia Long isn't scared of turning down a role in a movie if it stars a music artist that isn't worth her time. Nia Long wouldn't name the music artist who was suppose to film a love scene with her but she was quick to say that this unnamed guy wasn't worthy of her!
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Webbie breaks down why he'd never sign with Birdman after mentioning his name in his interview.
Webbie pulls up his shirt to show the loyalty he has to his family, Trill Ent.
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Savage Life 4 drops Nov 19.
Nick Cannon caught some heat when he tweeted that he's tired of "slavery movies" and he told the Breakfast Club why.
The main point that Nick stressed is that he'd much rather prefer to see uplifting images of black people. Nick isn't someone to sit around and wait for things to happen, he's already started to put some ideas together to make uplifting black films.
In this compelling interview with The Breakfast Club, Tashera Simmons tries to explain the unexpected beef DMX had with Jay Z. Tashera doesn't know why the "mad rapper" syndrome hit DMX because he'd constantly throw shots at Jay Z and they were broken up at the time.
What Tashera knows for sure is that Jay Z told her that he'd never go back at X because he's dealing with demons. Tashera shared this with DMX hoping that it'd calm him down, but it only made him bark louder at Jigga.
You can cop her tell-all book You Think You Know But You Have No Idea now.
MTV 2 has a brand new show starring some of your favorite cast members of Guy Code and three of them came by to talk to The Breakfast Club.
Watch the hilarious interview with Damien Lemon, Melanie Iglesias and Chris Distefano.