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Kanye West announces he is running for president in 2024 and the crowd laughs at him; Kanye stared the audience down, in response

By Jay Rich Staff Writer Through his entire career, Kanye West made a name for himself, because he always thinks big and dreams big. There was a time when rappers weren't vocal, politically. Once, Eminem was the only rapper who openly called out politicians, in the post-Tupac era. Kanye West, however, boldly

Supa Cent finally addresses the rumors of Lou getting another woman pregnant, telling people she would have aired him out if it were true + Reveals she stabbed him in the face [PHOTOS]

By Bossyy Staff Writer Already a rising mogul, Supa Cent has built a solid career for herself in the cosmetics world. Few people can say they have ever made $1 million in their lifetime. But, through her company, Supa Cent made $1 million in one day. Supa Cent was already well-known in

Supa Cent jumps into Lou’s IG comments, breaking her silence on the breakup, telling him he embarrassed her and “is running the streets,” as fans drag Lou so badly he deleted his @mr.moveinsilence IG account, after Supa agrees with a fan who says he was probably draining her money [PHOTOS]

By Bossyy Staff Writer Until recently, people underestimated how long Supa Cent's reach really was. The New Orleans native is dominating the fashion industry, with her Crayon Case company. A year ago, on Black Friday, her company reportedly earned $1 million. Some tried to accuse her of lying, but seeing how much

DaBaby Lets His Security Act Out Of Control Again As One Of Them Knocks Out A Woman For Trying To Get A Picture With Him After He Jumped Into The Crowd During Performance [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Last night, DaBaby performed in New Orleans for the Free Water Block Party. Rico Nasty was another headliner for the show as well. Baby's security is known for punching fans with no problem if they see any minor issues and that was the case in NO.

RIP Nancy Parker: New Orleans mourns the loss of loss of local news anchor, Nancy Parker, who died in a plane crash, covering a story, and her fans hail her a NOLA legend on Twitter

By Bossyy Staff Writer Regardless of how many cable channels, internet videos, Netflix, or other streaming apps, nothing ever beats local TV. Especially in the Southeast this is the case, particularly during hurricane season. In these Southern communities, a real relationship exists with local TV. With that being the case, the viewers