Who Killed Malcolm X| Snoop Dogg Vs Gayle King| Lil Wayne, Funeral| #Dababy| Tupac Documentary


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Who Killed Malcolm X? is the passion project of Washington, D.C.-based writer, documentarian, and Imam Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, and opens the floodgates regarding the alleged conspiracy by the Nation of Islam to silence Malcolm X after he angered the group’s leader, the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, by speaking out negatively regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.


Lil Wayne is back at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week with his semi-surprise new album Funeral, which instantly became his fifth leader on the tally when it debuted. The rapper didn’t preview the project with any singles, but four of the 24 tracks featured on the setlist do appear on the Hot 100, raising his career count even higher than it already was.


By the time VH1 personality Snoop Dogg apologized late Wednesday for his vicious and obscene attack on CBS This Morning anchor Gayle King—apparently under pressure from his corporate overlords at the freshly merged ViacomCBS—the damage was all but irreversible. https://www.thedailybeast.com/everyon...

While it's long been officially reported that Shakur died six days after the shooting (and that some of his cremated remains were rolled into a joint and smoked by members of Shakur's rap group the Outlawz) Boss alleges Shakur escaped the hospital and was taken to a Navajo reservation in New Mexico, where he resides under protection to this day. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/4a...

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