Amber Rose learned fast way back when … she chose the crack life, but the crack life rejected her.
Amber made the stunning revelation — something she’s never talked about before — on Van Lathan’s ‘The Red Pill’ podcast after sitting down for a raw convo about overcoming life struggles. Amber straight-up said she tried selling crack to make ends meet when she was a teenager running around South Philly.
It turned out to be a failed effort, and not because she was ever caught. The guys in her neighborhood wouldn’t let her deal. Still, that didn’t throw a damper on Amber from dipping her toe into the drug world.
Amber made an interesting point … she knows she’ll be judged harshly by some, but points out the double standard … people like Jay-Z, G-Eazy, Pusha T and 50 Cent often get glorified for their dealings.
Sinbadthinks Louis C.K. is dangerously close to losing his mind and pulling a Michael Richards,but he still believes it’s a terrible idea to start censoring comedians.
We got Sinbad Thursday outside The London Hotel in NYC and asked the comic if he and his peers are running scared in 2019 with all the instant backlash on social media.
It’s pretty clear he doesn’t support Louis’ decision to mock the kids who survived the Parkland, FL mass shooting— he describes him as shooting himself in the foot — however, Sinbad firmly believes you can’t tell comedians who they can and can’t joke about.
Sinbad basically compares C.K.’s set to Michael’s infamous racist tirade and says anyone can lose their mind at any point. He says he was actually at the Laugh Factory the night Michael started shouting the n-word.
Sinbad isn’t making excuses for Louis, but insists it’s on the audience to let comics know when they’ve crossed the line — and ya gotta hear Sinbad’s advice for pissed off crowds.
Tekashi69 was scared outta his mind after a shooting on the set of his music video … but it had nothing to do with getting hit by bullets and everything to do with legal ramifications.
TMZ’s obtained footage taken moments after 2 gunmen opened fire on the Beverly Hills mansion last November where Tekashi and Kanye West were set to film a music video. It’s hard to see, but pay close attention to what you hear — Tekashi desperately wanting to leave … fearing his mere presence at the scene would put his then-newfound freedom in serious jeopardy.
You hear cops explain they found a 9mm and rifle rounds in the alley. They also explain how the house was intentionally targeted before saying they need to ID everyone. That’s when you hear Tekashi — sitting inside an SUV — say, “ID me? I can’t … I’m on probation … tell [the cops] I’m not here.”
Tekashi’s handler is also heard assuring Tekashi, word will NOT get out he was there. Remember … the shooting went down just 2 weeks AFTER the rapper caught a huge break, when he was sentenced to 4 years probation in his child sex case.
As part of the deal, Tekashi was ordered to avoid all gang activity. The shooting, coupled with Tekashi at the scene, was a terrible look.
As it turned out, Tekashi’s real problems started 9 days after the shooting … when he was arrested by the feds on racketeering charges. He now faces life in prison.