News 1 - 15 of 35
The Atlanta rapper announced his 2016 presidential bid in a video, promising to legalize marijuana.
The Nicholaus Goosen-directed video features cameos from fellow hip-hop acts including Machine Gun Kelly and DJ Whoo Kid as well as some porn stars.
Waka Flocka Flame has also responded to Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough's claim that the students just repeated rap lyrics they heard that often contain indecent language.
The rapper says he's 'disgusted and disappointed' by the actions of the university's Sigma Alpha Epsilon members who were caught on camera singing racist chants about African-Americans.
The bizarre commercial, which seemingly makes reference at weed's smoke, sees the star promoting the cough drops while sitting on a couch.
The rapper whose real name is Juaquin James Malphurs is charged with carrying a weapon in a prohibited place.
Flame and Redd's mother Deb Antney takes to Twitter to announce the sad news, writing, 'I just lost another son.'
The rapper says he has already hired songwriters for the controversial star's upcoming album 'Shots'.
The 'No Hands' rapper states he is still part of Brick Squad Monopoly and vows to 'never' work with the 'Freaky Gurl' rapper in the studio.
The 'O Let's Do It' rapper is promoting his mainstream friendly beat 'Get Low' featuring other well-known artists Flo Rida and Tyga besides Minaj.
Also featuring Ludacris and Bun B, the clip shows Waka and friends sporting some blings and gold teeth, hanging out at a soul food spot and partying with bikini-clad ladies.
Along with his homie Trey Songz, the 'No Hands' rapper interrupts an auction party and creates a mayhem.
Waka Flocka and his homie Drizzy are throwing their verses to the camera while some eye-candy females are dancing to the beat.
The funeral for the murdered rapper, which is set to take place on Friday, December 23 in Atlanta, will reportedly include a white horse-drawn carriage and a white dove release ceremony.
Police confirm that the Brick Squad Monopoly rapper has been fatally shot in the chest at a recording studio following an argument with another individual.