Kimbella is keeping her family together as best she can while her husband Juelz Santana serves his jail time in Virginia. The New Jersey residing mom says she packs up her kiddies every other weekend to make the 7-hour trip south so they can see their father. Currently, Juelz is serving a 27-month sentence for drugs and weapons charges. Meanwhile, Kimbella is pregnant with their 3rd child and holding down the housefhold.
I travel to Virginia every other week with my children to see my husband so they can spend quality time with their father, it feels so good to spend those hours with him during our visits, It’s not easy but I know that is what I’m supposed to do! It’s tough not having my husband by my side these past 3 months!! I’m staying positive, busy and holding our empire down! That’s ALL I KNOW!
Please continue to pray for my husband and our family during this time, we appreciate all your love and support!
Juelz should be released around 2021 even though records list his release date as “unknown” for now.
Aside from the likes of Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P), Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock, YG’s been one of LA’s most recognized and celebrated rap artists as of late and with the recent release of his latest project 4REAL 4REAL he continues to build his reputation as one of the west coast’s most must-hear artists.
Today the Compton rapper took to a trip to NYC and swing through The Breakfast Club to talk about his personal feelings on a few subject matters including his faith, family, and friends.
Whether he was talking about how he questions God’s plan to how the passing of Nipsey Hussle messed him up, YG proves that he has no qualms about opening up and as real as can be when it comes to interviews.
Here are the 9 things we learned from YG on The Breakfast Club.
1. The Devil Made Him Do It
YG says that “the devil inspired that video” for “In The Dark.” He admits that he was drunk off tequila when he thought up the theme for that clip. That being said YG says he believes in God, but he “doesn’t understand this sh*t.” Welcome to the club, homie.
NFL’s Jordan Poyer Football is Cool … Butt
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Bush just posted the pic — but it seems the pic was from the weekend because Poyer has been at Bills team workouts in Buffalo all week long.
But honestly … does the time frame even matter here?! No.
28-year-old Poyer and 21-year-old Bush have been living it up during the offseason — hitting awesome places like Miami and Brazil … lounging by the beach and twerking on yachts (basically all the fun things you can’t do in Buffalo).
Rachel and Jordan have been together for years. They tied the knot back in February 2018 and have a 2-year-old daughter, Aliyah.
Take your time, NFL season … and keep the content comin’, Poyer.
Offset Is Off The Hook After Smashing A Fan’s iPhone
Luckily for Offset, he won’t be charged for smashing a fan’s phone after the onlooker attempted to record the rapper while he was shopping at Target. According to reports from TMZ, Law enforcement officials say that prosecutors will not be bringing a case against Offset since he and Junior Gibbons–the man who recorded the video–ended up coming to a mutual agreement on their own.
Just last month, the Atlanta native was hit with a felony arrest warrant after Gibbons recorded video of Offset at a Target in Sandy Springs, Georgia. As is shown in the footage, the fan walked up to Offset with his phone in hand, which the rapper then knocked to the ground, reportedly breaking the device. After the recording ended, the Migos member allegedly told the fan to “get that f***in’ phone out of my face.”
Offset was supposedly shopping for a baby stroller at Target when the teenager popped up to record him. Gibbons’ mother is the one who initially took to Twitter to denounce Offset’s hostile reaction to her son’s selfie video.
A couple of days after the exchange took place, Gibbons ended up filing a police report, which was then classified as a felony due to the cost of the iPhone that was allegedly broken. It was reportedly that the fan reportedly wanted the rapper to pay for a replacement phone–not see him arrested–and based on the outcome of the whole situation, that’s likely what the rapper offered so they could successfully settle out of court.
City Girls dropped their highly-anticipated video for “Act Up” and it’s gold.
While we wait on JT to be freed, Yung Miami is holding down the fort — and like their “Twerk” video featuring Cardi B, this new visual uses one of their social media challenges to prove they’ve got their finger on the pulse of the street.
You’ll recall, fans were amazed to find out it was actually Lil Yachty who wrote a lot of City Girls’ provocative “Act Up” lyrics, so it’s only right the visual starts out with a cameo from the red-headed entertainer. Yachty plays a stuffy news reporter who is announcing Spring Break has been shut down due to the “Act Up Challenge.” And, we have to say, he’s hilarious.
Throughout the rest of the visual, fans are seen going off to the song in different scenarios. From police bopping in front of their patrol vehicles to girls hitting the bodegas, everybody’s acting up all throughout South Beach. At one point, Yachty and Yung Miami also get in on a funny skit, in which he acts as her vocal coach.
See what social media is saying about City Girls’ latest offering below and press play up top.
This Young Man Earned TWO Tuition-Free Master’s Degrees From Columbia
Congratulations are in order for one young man who earned not one, but TWO, master’s degrees from Columbia University at NO COST to him. Yep, you read that right.
“When Maurice Wiggins moved to New York from Florida, he knew he wanted to get an advanced degree and he knew that he wanted to earn it from Columbia University. But he would have to get in. And he would have to figure out how to pay for it,” the Columbia University Irving Medical Center website states. “As luck would have it, Wiggins was recruited in 2011 for an HR position at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC). Most regular, full-time salaried University employees who have completed two years of continuous service may take advantage of a benefit that pays full tuition for their undergraduate and graduate courses at Columbia University, Barnard College, and Teachers College. The children of eligible employees also may qualify for a 100% tuition exemption for undergraduate degrees at Columbia and Barnard College.”
After working for two years, Wiggins applied to the University’s School of International and Public Affairs, intent on getting his executive master of public administration (EMPA) degree. After earning that one, he went right back to school and got his master of science degree in strategic communications.
“Where I came from, Columbia and schools like it weren’t within the realm of what we thought we could achieve,” he told CUIMC Today. “It was a personal goal for me to be able to say ‘I can go there, and I can graduate.’”
“Time management has been key,” he told the site in reference to how he balanced a full-time job and classes on the weekends and some weeknights. “It was also really helpful that the things I was learning about I could actually practice at work. Some of the projects covered information that I would bring back and implement.”
The site states he graduated this month… salute to the Black King.