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Daniel Caesar Questions Why Are "We Being So Mean To Julz?" On IG Live

In August 2017, Daniel Caesar released his debut solo album Freudian proving R&B is not only alive, but it's thriving. The dreadlocked singer-songwriter earned praise from critics, fans and solidified himself as a keeper.

Tuesday night (March 19) however, the Internet was ready to ship the Canadian export back over yonder after the 23-year-old took to social media to defend YesJulz and question why "we" (black people) "are being so mean to white people right now?"

“Why is that we’re allowed to be disrespectful and rude to everybody else and when anyone returns any type of energy to us…" he questions. "...That’s not a quality. I don’t want to be treated like I can’t take a joke."

YesJulz came under fire recently during an interview with Murda Mook in which she alleged State of The Culture co-host Scottie Beam and entrepreneur Karen Civil were upset she was chosen to host Miami's Rolling Loud festival. Julz--who's been dubbed as Snapchat royalty by The New York Times--has been known to make racially insensitive comments toward black women, quickly took to Twitter to deny any harmful wrongdoing.

Daniel Caesar, or as one Twitter user cleverly referred to him "Daniel Cease and Desist" admitted he was drunk while on Instagram Live but insisted he was cognizant of his words.

"People are allowed to say what the f--k they want. I’m allowed to feel what I want, but at the same time am I going to fight them or am I going to accept what they have to say and keep it f--king moving?"

It seemed as if Twitter let out a collective digital sigh after watching the singer's five-minute video and with the help of Gifs and memes reacted in kind.


Karen Civil didn't exert any energy on Mr. Caesar's comments. She's probably too busy studying for classes while at Harvard Business School. Scottie Beam, on the other hand, may have been in hair and make up for SOTC so she didn't have time to care.

And that's all folks!

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Report: Kanye West Wants To Start His Own Church

It appears Kanye West's Coachella Sunday Service show really inspired him. The rapper is reportedly looking to expand on his gospel segment by starting his own church.

According to a new report from People, Kanye is seriously considering starting his own church where he can perform new music and promote spirituality on his terms. "He has talked about starting his own church, and what exactly that would be," a source told People. "It wouldn’t be the traditional, 3-hymns-and-a-sermon thing. Instead, it would be a way to point people to Jesus through the arts and through a community of people who love and care for each other. He also wants his kids to be raised in faith, and the best way for him to do that is to live out his faith."

It doesn't stop there. Kanye is also looking to help those in need. "Say what you want about Kanye, but he really does want to help people who need support," the insider continued. "He understands brokenness and the need for healing, probably more than most people. He believes in the healing powers of music, but also believes that God can step in and heal people’s brokenness and their issues."

Kanye West kicked off his Sunday Service performance on Easter Sunday (April 21) with a number of his celebrity friends, including Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, and Teyana Taylor. DMX also delivered a moving prayer. "He is extremely passionate about his faith and wants to share it more regularly with people,” the source added. "He spends a lot of time studying and praying, and wants to share his journey."

Of course, Kanye's plans are not official at this time, but it would be interesting to see what a church headed by Ye would look like.

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Harvard Says Blac Chyna Has Not Been Accepted To Its Business School

Blac Chyna fans were shocked to learn the reality TV star had been accepted to Harvard Business School after she shared the news on social media. But it turns out, that might have been fake news.

Harvard University reportedly told TMZ that Chyna was not admitted to the school to obtain a degree or even a certificate. "Harvard Business School Online has not admitted nor provided an acceptance letter to a person named Angela White," the statement reads.

The statement follows Blac Chyna's big reveal on social media Thursday afternoon (April 25), in which she said, "school is going to help me take things up a couple of notches. People are always talking about me, might as well talk about the good."

Black Chyna has not responded to this report at the moment.


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Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as being where you do not belong! #newbeginnings

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Gang Leader Linked To Tupac's Murder Sentenced To 10 Years Over Drug Charge

A gang leader who is believed to be connected to Tupac's murder case is reportedly heading to prison for a long time. Darnell Brim, who was a South Side Compton Crips leader, was reportedly sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for drug distribution, TMZ reports.

Brim, received his sentencing after agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) caught him selling crack cocaine.

Brim is believed to be one of the four men who was riding in the white Cadillac that pulled up and opened fire on Tupac and Suge Knight on Las Vegas Boulevard in 1996. The LAPD suspects Brim fired the fatal shot that killed the legendary west coast artist, but he was never charged. Tupac was pronounced dead at 4:03 pm PT on Sept. 13, 1996. Brim was reportedly shot in a drive-by shooting in Compton two days after Pac's murder, which cops believed was retaliation for the rapper's death.

The rapper's death was never solved.

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