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Faith Evans, Mase And Lil' Kim Will Join Diddy For Performance After Debut Of 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop' Documentary

The performance will reignite the magic of Bad Boy's reunion tour.

Twenty years have passed since the death of Biggie Smalls, who was praised by the masses as one of the greatest lyricists to command the mic and set the tone for other artists, specifically those on Diddy's Bad Boy Records. His memory was recently commemorated on Mar. 9 with various events that lifted up his presence, but a forthcoming visual presentation will take a deeper look at not only Biggie's imprint on the aforementioned label, but how the company rose to prominence.

Earlier this month, the Tribeca Film Festival announced the debut of Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story, directed by Daniel Kaufman. Viewers will witness a flood of details surrounding the impact of the longstanding label, hear the individual stories of a few popular artists, and discuss the murder of Biggie.

To cap off the event, Diddy announced via press release that a performance will follow the film's screening. The No Way Out artist will hit the stage alongside Faith Evans, Lil' Kim and his shiny suit brethren, Mase, giving attendees at the Beacon Theatre a chance to relive Bad Boy's reunion tour of late last year.

"New York is home. This is where Bad Boy began, where the movement started. There was never a question in my mind that this film would premiere right here where it all started," Diddy said. "This is the story of our family -- the biggest names in hip-hop history -- and what happens when we came together for the first time in two decades. There were ups and downs, a lot of hard work and sacrifice -- and more than anything, you see that love that only exists in a family."

Can't Stop, Won't Stop will premiere on April 27. Tickets will be available here on March 21.

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Check Out The 2019 BET Awards Winners (Updating)

We're just hours away from the 2019 BET Awards, in which the best in hip-hop, rap r&b, gospel and more will receive their flowers for the artistry, and in turn, provide showstopping, meme-able performances the Internet will revel in for days on end.

Cardi B leads the pack with seven nominations this year including Album of The Year, Best Collaboration with Bruno Mars, Bad Bunny and J.Balvin and Best Female Hip-Hop artists. Grammy award winners like Ella Mai and H.E.R have also racked up a few nominations, while the Chief Creative Officer for the hot girl summer Megan Thee Stallion is competing for best Female Hip-Hop artists.

Tune in tonight (June 23) for the 2019 BET Awards, hosted by Regina Hall to see who goes home with the night's top honors.

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist


Ella Mai




Teyana Taylor

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist

Anderson .Paak

Bruno Mars

Childish Gambino

Chris Brown

John Legend


Best Group

Chloe X Halle

City Girls

Lil Baby & Gunna

Migos (WINNER)

The Carters

Best Collaboration

21 Savage Ft. J.Cole "A lot"

Cardi B & Bruno Mars "Please me"

Cardi B Ft Bad Bunny & J. Balvin "I Like It"

H.E.R. FT. Bryson Tiller "Could've Been"

Travis Scott Ft. Drake "Sicko Mode"

Tyga Ft. Offset "Taste"

Best Male Hip Hop Artist

21 Savage


J. Cole

Meek Mill

Nipsey Hussle

Travis Scott

Best Female Hip Hop Artist

Cardi B

Kash Doll


Megan Thee Stallion

Nicki Minaj

Remy Ma

Video of the Year

21 Savage Ft. J.Cole " A Lot"

Cardi B "Money"

Cardi B & Bruno Mars "Please Me"

Childish Gambino "This Is America"

Drake "Nice For What"

The Carters "Apesh*t"

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom

Colin Tilley

Dave Myers

Hype Williams

Karena Evans

Best New Artist


City Girls

Juice Wrld

Lil Baby (WINNER)

Queen Naija

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award

Erica Campbell Ft. Warryn Campbell " All Of My Life"

Fred Hammond "Tell Me Where It Hurts"

Kirk Franklin "Love Theory"

Snoop Dogg Ft. Rance Allen "Blessing Me Again" (WINNER)

Tori Kelly Ft. Kirk Franklin "Never Alone"

Best International Act

Aka (South Africa)

Aya Nakaumra (France)

Burna Boy (Nigeria) (WINNER)

Dave (UK)

Dosseh (France)

Giggs (UK)

Mr.Eazi  (Nigeria)

Best New International Act – (Fan Voted Category)

Headie One (UK)

Jokair (France)

Nesly (France)

Octavian (UK)

Sho Madjozi (South Africa) (WINNER)


Best Actress

Issa Rae

Regina Hall

Regina King (WINNER)

Taraji P. Henson

Tiffany Haddish

Viola Davis

Best Actor

Anthony Anderson

Chadwick Boseman

Denzel Washington

Mahershala Ali

Michael B. Jordan

Omari Hardwick

YoungStars Award

Caleb McLaughlin

Lyric Ross

Marsai Martin (WINNER)

Michael Rainey Jr.

Miles Brown

Best Movie


Creed 2 

If Beale Street Could Talk 

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

The Hate U Give 

Sportswoman of the Year

Allyson Felix

Candace Parker

Naomi Osaka

Serena Williams

Simone Biles

Sportsman of the Year

Kevin Durant

Lebron James

Odell Beckham Jr

Stephen Curry

Tiger Woods

Album of the Year

Astroworld Travis Scott

Championships Meek Mill

Ella Mai Ella Mai

Everything Is Love The Carter

Invasion of Privacy Cardi B (WINNER)

2019 Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award

Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin "I Live It"

Childish Gambino "This Is America"

Drake "In My Feelings"

Ella Mai "Trip" (WINNER)

J. Cole "Middle Child"

Travis Scott FT. Drake "Sicko Mode"


Alica Keys "Raise A Man"

Ciara "Level Up"

H.E.R. "Hard Place"

Janelle Monae "Pynk"

QueenNaija "Mama's Hand"

Teyana Taylor "Rose In Harlem"

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Lena Waithe Says Black Film Stars Should Help Finance Black Indie Films

Lena Waithe is passionate about television and film, so it's no wonder the 35-year-old had a lot to say about black indie films, particularly the lack of financial support

The Chi creator sat with The New York Times to discuss her upcoming project Queen & Slim. Directed by Melina Matsoukas and starring Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith, Waithe noted had Moonlight and Get Out not been successful, this forthcoming drama wouldn't have been backed by a major studio.

Yet Waithe said she wishes black indie films could depend on black movie stars.

"Don’t get me started on black financiers! How many of those do we have? I’m not [going to name] names because I know better, but there are some very big black movie stars out there, and they could pay for two or three or even five small independent movies to get made by black directors and black writers," Waithe said.

Had it not been for Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment Barry Jenkins' Moonlight nor Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave wouldn't have been made, and for Waithe, that's a problem.

"Wasn’t Denzel. Wasn’t Will Smith. You won’t catch me making $20 million a movie and not paying for at least four or five independent movies a year. I do give credit to Ava [DuVernay] for trying to build something that hasn't been built before, but that's a lot on Ava's back," Waithe lamented.

"I’m over here trying to build a community, and I don’t see other people doing it. I really do feel like there’s a way for us to change the movie business from the inside out, but we’re all in our own silos doing our own thing."

Waithe's statements were published on the same day Washington received the 47th AFI Lifetime Achievement award, where he was honored by his peers including Morgan Freeman and Inside Man co-star Jodie Foster.

Her comments merited mixed reactions online.

I find Lena Waithe's criticism of the established members of black Hollywood to be fair.

The majority of them are not financing multiple black indie films. They're financing their own vehicles (which is fine), but . . . it comes back to what she said.

— Genie Lauren Stan Account (@MoreAndAgain) June 22, 2019

Lena Waithe is getting on my nerves. When she needed to speak up, she stayed quiet but now she's opening her big mouth to disrespect those who have been doing the work long before anyone knew of her. pic.twitter.com/xBMTJQb6sU

— ❣️Maya❣️ (@Maya86B) June 22, 2019

Waithe has responded to any comments.

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Watch Rihanna Drunkenly Give Advice, Makeover To Seth Meyers In Hilarious Clip

In a new segment on Late Night called “Seth and Rihanna Go Day Drinking,” Seth Meyers started by making the Bad Gyal a host of drinks inspired by her songs… and the result is one very drunk musician and business woman.

The Fenty Beauty mogul and the comedian started off by taking a shot, followed by an assortment of cocktails created in her honor. These drinks include “We Found Veuve in a Hostess Place” (Verve Clicquote and Twinkies) as well “Under my Rum-brella” (rum, rum raisin ice cream and several tiny umbrellas).

Later in the clip, Rihanna and Seth play a game of “Where Did I Wear This?” where the singer had to remember where she wore a specific outfit, or risk taking shots. She also gave Meyers sound advice on how to please his wife and gave him a makeover using Fenty products… both went about as well as you’d expect from two incredibly plastered individuals.

The clip ends with the duo drunkenly singing along to her ANTI song “Work.” We’d be lying if we didn’t say this was one of the most delightful late-night clips in a long time. Watch the two go hard at the bar above.

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