The Wrap Up with L'Orèal Luchi, keeping you informed on everything that happened in hip-hop culture this week:
The NYPD is looking for Travis Scott after he allegedly punched a sound engineer at a nightclub in NYC early Wednesday morning. According to the police, Travis assaulted the man with a closed fist on the left side of his face, and the rapper caused about $12,000 in damages. Travis fled the scene, but authorities are reviewing security footage. In a statement, a representative for Travis said the situation was a "misunderstanding" but didn't address the altercation. It's not clear what caused it.
CNN reports that Travis and his lawyer will meet with officials, and there are no charges.
50 Cent announced he's working on a project "bigger than his power Universe." He hinted that he's working on a show based on Grand Theft Auto. Last year, Rockstar Games confirmed a GTA 6 is underway, so there's a possibility that 50 Cent could be involved; it's not confirmed or denied.
Safaree dogged a bullet to the head. He spoke on the scary moment online and showed the shell casings. He revealed the shooter had a switch on his gun and let off ten shots in three seconds." Thankfully he's okay.
Amidst Ice Spice and Pete Davidson dating rumors, Drake re-followed the Bronx rapper on social media. A few months back, we speculated on Drake's "Back outside boys" he took a shot at Ice Spice, and she later said there's no beef. XXL debunked the rumors. Do you think Drake is trying to reshoot his shot?
Women's History Month:
Billboard crowned Sza as their woman of the year, Latto received the powerhouse award, and Sylvia Rhone, the chairwoman and CEO of Epic Records is the Executive of the Year honoree. She's the first woman and Black industry executive to hold that dual title at a major record label. See the complete list: