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Sparkle talks scenes left out of “Surviving R. Kelly,” the infamous tape, and more on “The Breakfast Club” [VIDEO]

By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Kicking off 2019, "Surviving R. Kelly" aired on Lifetime, and fans were told sordid details about people who lived with R. Kelly. After the documentary aired, there still isn't concrete proof of Kelly doing anything wrong. Sparkle was one person who ended up speaking out. Instead of

Tamika Mallory on her appearance on “The View,” The Women’s March, and tangible change within communities on “The Breakfast Club” [VIDEO]

By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer There is a real movement going on, whether people want to acknowledge it or not. The 2016 elections did usher in a new era, but not just one. Minorities have come out in droves to make sure their voices are heard. Feminist movements have put a record number

Rihanna reached out to Cyn Santana to “provide comfort” after Twitter backlash over her comments about black women on Angela Yee’s podcast? Joe Budden thanked Rihanna for comforting Cyn on #TheJoeBuddenPodcast [AUDIO]

By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Before reality TV, Cyn Santana was a video vixen, who did videos for many of the biggest names. Being exposed to major celebrities likely led to relationships being formed. Definitely, Cyn Santana formed a lot of relationships, once she joined "Love & Hip Hop." Cyn Santana returned to

Soulja Boy drags Tyga, Drake, and Kanye West + Reclaims the biggest comeback of 2018 on #TheBreakfastClub #MarriageBootCamp [VIDEO]

By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Through his career, Soulja Boy has had some weird ups and downs. A lot of people were surprised to discover how successful his business career has been. Back when iTunes was just for established artists, he used it to build his own career. Owning the connection, Soulja

Cyn Santana responds to the backlash from her 2016 Angela Yee interview, saying “I never based THE BLACK WOMAN” and “I never bashed a black woman in my life. NEVER have. NEVER will” + Apologizes to all she offended #LHHNY [PHOTOS]

By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Having always been well-liked, the comments from Cyn Santana going viral, yesterday morning, were disheartening. The fans didn't like the comments Cyn made about race in her Angela Yee interview. As a result, both ladies ended up being dragged by Twitter. Cyn Santana rose to fame, in

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