The Wrap Up with L’Orèal Luchi, keeping you informed on everything that happened in hip hop culture this week:
50 Cent's documentary for his series BMF gets a release date with Starz. The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast, will air on Oct. 23 and will serve as a companion piece to the BMF series.
Viral sensation Ice Spice responded to rumors about having a sex tape. She let fans know via Twitter that it was not her in the video. She said, "[You] guys want them fake ass leaks to be me so bad." Take a look:
Young Thug's legal team will learn about the potential juror's views on Hip Hop, their experience with crime, thoughts on the criminal justice system, gang activity, and tattoos for the rapper's RICO case with a questionnaire. See the complete list now.
Tory Lanez is opening up on why he's been quiet about his legal case with Megan Thee Stallion. Tory said it's an open case and he's "facing 24 years." Full quote:
He's got some other legal troubles to deal with; he's currently being investigated for an alleged assault involving August Alsina and is being sued for his rumored involvement in a hit-and-run. The trial involving Megan Thee Stallion is set to begin between Nov. 28 and Dec. 8.
Trina + Saucy Santana:
The popular dating app for Black singles, known as BLK, is doing something special in honor of National Voter Education Week. The app joined forces with Saucy Santana & Trina and dropped a song called "No Voting No Vucking" to promote voting among current and future generations.