When DJ Khaled yells, "We the best," he doesn't only mean himself and his crew, he's also referring to his beloved Miami Heat team. At least that's the way it sounded when he visited ESPN's 'First Take' this week.
Steve Stoute and Game are among those in the hip-hop community outraged by the purported racist comments made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, which were caught on tape by a former girlfriend. Both men are urging fans to boycott the team by not attending future games.
Rapper Lil Wayne has jumped into the fray regarding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s alleged racist comments made in an audio recording. The audio features the owner begging his then girlfriend V. Stiviano, who is bi-racial, to not broadcast her association with black people on Instagram.
Rappers Snoop Dogg and Meek Mill reacted harshly (and rightfully so) to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist comments. TMZ obtained audio of Sterling’s phone conversation with his bi-racial girlfriend, V. Stiviano, pleading with her to stop broadcasting that she associates with "minorities" (aka Black people) on her Instagram account.
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