Rapper Meek Mill Blasts Las Vegas Hotel As ‘Racist’ For Banning Him ‘Without Incident’

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Rapper Meek Mill on Saturday accused the Cosmopolitan Hotel of being racist for denying him entry to the Las Vegas property and threatening to have him arrested for trespassing.

A video of his exchange with security personnel at the hotel posted on his Instagram account had more than a million views as of Sunday morning.

Meek Mill is seated in a vehicle outside the hotel and can be heard asking two men, “How can you tell me I’ll be locked up for trespassing?”

One of the men responded, “We’re a private property. At this time, with the information we have, we’re refusing to do business with you. We have the right to do that.”

Meek continued to question him, “You’re telling me I’ll be arrested if I don’t leave. If I walk upstairs to get something to eat, I’m going to be arrested? For what? For being a rapper?”

The man then said the hotel has “officially trespassed you.”

Mill asked again, “For what though? But what did you trespass me for?”

The man repeated, “We have a right to do that.”

Mill’s publicist told NBC News he was at the hotel to support DJ Mustard, who has a residency at Marquee Nightclub, and that he never got out of the car or entered the hotel.


‘Iyanla: Fix My Life: Where Are They Now?’ Season 6, Episode 14

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Where Are They Now: Lotto Drama

Featuring facts and bonus scenes! Life coach Iyanla Vanzant helps a young mother manage her new life after winning $188 million in the lotto jackpot. Will Marie get her affairs in order before her drug-dealing fiancé heads to jail for up to 10 years?

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Knuck If You Buck. DaBaby Shares Video Of Him Beating Up Rival Rapper In Louis Vuitton Store

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Talk ish, you get HIT.

Over the Memorial Day weekend, DaBaby took to IG to post footage of an altercation he got into with fellow North Carolina rapper Cam Coldheart at a Louis Vuitton store.

Cam threw the first shot, dissing DaBaby and calling him a bitch. In the second video, DaBaby fires back and Cam throws a punch. Cam appears with his pants around his ankles and a bloody nose in the final video.

“When bullying Baby on the internet goes wrong,” the “Suge (Yea Yea)” rapper captioned the post. Coldheart can be seen bloodied in the third and last clip of the post. 

“You a bitch. Y’all look at the n**ga DaBaby. That n**ga DaBaby in here talking some shit,” Coldheart can be heard saying. “He walking up on me and shit like he about to do something. What you gon’ do? What you taking your shit off for?” 

Rapper Cam Coldheart told his side of the story via social media.

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Caught me slippin dolo. Silver back from the slums this ain’t shit. Mfs bounce back from mfs jumpin em everyday. No statements made cam back for my belt told 12 I ain’t wanna talk. I got up walked to the car and made a post. Yea I’m hurt as hell😂😂 Once again go to Loui in South Park and ask this security in Loui how many ppl jumped me when they rushed me dolo. He got his security wit em dressed like regular dude wit a legal strap @dababy keep it g u jumped me wit ya security and left me pretty, other than some scratches

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NBA Playoffs: Drake Was so Happy Throughout Raptors’ Game 6 Win Over Bucks 🔥🔥🔥

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The Raptors are headed to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history, and no one is more pumped about it than Drake.

The rapper and Raptors superfan sat courtside for Toronto’s 100–94 win over the Bucks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. After the game ended, Drake hugged Kawhi Leonard and gave coach Nick Nurse another shoulder rub. Drizzy even embraced a random cowboy on the court because it was time to celebrate.

Sneak Peek Alert. BET’s THE NEXT BIG THING Talent Show Premieres July 9

It was previously reported, BET’s talent contest “The Next Big Thing,” which is set to premiere July 9th at 10 p.m. ET/PT, will feature Lil’ Kim, Tamar Braxton and radio personality Joe Budden among the celebrity guest stars. The 10-episode series, which was announced in April, is executive produced by Swizz Beatz, Tina Davis and Holly Carter. Davis, a former Def Jam executive who used to be Chris Brown’s manager, is on the show’s judging panel with Grammy-winning producer Zaytoven and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Dame Dash.

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Kanye West Shares a Touching Memory of His Mother in Letterman Interview

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In a sneak peek at his upcoming interview on David Letterman‘s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, the artist tells a touching story about his mom, who died in 2007 at age 58 of heart disease while suffering multiple post-operative factors after plastic surgery.

“This would have been the funnest time of her life, to have those kids running around that house and being able to go and buy them toys,” says West, who just welcomed his fourth child, son Psalm, with wife Kim Kardashian West,

The camera then pans to Kardashian West in the audience, lovingly watching on.

“I remember my mother bought me a bear that was multicolored,” West continues. “I was very into [contemporary Japanese artist] Takashi Murakami at that time. … So she bought it. She said it kind of feels Takashi Murakami. I was sort of like, ‘I don’t want that, that ain’t no Takashi Murakami bear!’ “

“Then she passed a few weeks after,” he recalls. “I did everything I could to find that bear and place that bear on top of all the Takashi Murakami stuff I had in the house.”


In another clip, Kanye West claimed liberals bully supporters of Donald Trump after being challenged on his political views by David Letterman on the comedian’s Netflix series.

According to The Daily Beast, West was the first to bring up his Trump support with Letterman in the midst of a conversation about the #MeToo movement.

“This is like my thing with Trump — we don’t have to feel the same way, but we have the right to feel what we feel,” he said.

Kanye went on to explain that his decision to wear a “Make America Great Again” hat is “not about politics” but rather his way of showing people they shouldn’t be afraid to show their support for the president.

When speaking about Republican-led voter suppression efforts during the midterm elections, the host also questioned whether West’s support might be indirectly hurting the people he claims to help.

“So if I see a person that I admire talking about Donald Trump can think whatever he does,” Letterman said, “I wonder if those thoughts, indirectly, aren’t hurting people who are already being hurt.”

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