Kanye, Drake, Bieber, and more appear in Tchami and Malaa’s ‘Kurupt’ video

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Moby throws shade at Kanye on Twitter

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After a wave of Tweets demonstrating continued support for Donald Trump, Kanye West was sure to rankle some on social media. Among them is Moby, the world-famous electronic producer and known activist who, as of late, has largely advocated against the U.S. President.

In response to a number of West’s tweets, Moby utilized the same platform to send him message:

According to Pop Crave, West’s comments created a negative ripple among other artists with significant influence, including Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, and more, who have recently un-followed him on Twitter.

West hasn’t taken to the platform in regards to Trump, though his erratic tirade of Tweets continues. Here’s a few of West’s pro-Trump Tweets below:

 

At Coachella Justin Bieber Chills With Yodeling Boy, Punches Man Who Grabbed A Woman’s Throat

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Justin Bieber has had quite a history with Coachella. Bieber has never been featured on a Coachella poster — though, now that the festival is booking straight-up pop headliners, that may change one day — but he’s been to the festival plenty of times. In 2014, he made a guest appearance during Chance The … More »

Justin Bieber Punches Man Who Was Choking Woman at Coachella Party (Report)

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Justin Bieber reportedly defended a woman who was being assaulted by a man at a Coachella party by punching him in the face. TMZ reported that Justin Bieber attended a Coachella party on Saturday, April 14, when a man “went ballistic” and grabbed a woman at the party by the throat. Apparently, Bieber screamed at

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Watch Yodeling Boy’s Coachella Debut

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Yodeling Boy is the world’s newest viral sensation. Young Mason Ramsey, an 11-year-old kid from Golconda, Illinois, yodeled his way into our collective hearts a couple of weeks ago when he sang Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues” in a Walmart while wearing a bow tie and cowboy boots. He’s ridden that meme status to … More »

Bazzi, Tinashe, & Kali Uchis: Three Distinct Visions Of R&B As Pop

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This is a big week for R&B. That’s true first of all in a statistical sense: The Weeknd’s new EP, My Dear Melancholy, just put up 169,000 equivalent album units in its first week — the biggest total for an R&B release since late 2016 (when, uh, the last Weeknd album came out). We … More »

Poo Bear – “Hard 2 Face Reality” (Feat. Justin Bieber & Jay Electronica)

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Jason Boyd, better known as Poo Bear, started his career as a songwriter for R&B and hip-hop acts like 112, Big Boi, and Chris Brown before become one of Justin Bieber’s go-to collaborators, co-writing many of his hits including “Where Are Ü Now,” “What Do You Mean?,” and the “Despacito” remix. Last year, Poo Bear … More »

It’s The Freakin’ Weeknd Baby, I’m About To Have Me Some Crushing Nihilistic Despair

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Viewed one way, it’s a pretty impressive flex: You’re about to headline Coachella, and this is what you drop? … More »

Here’s Justin Bieber In A Supremely Unfunny “Racist Superman” Sketch

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Justin Bieber as "Canadian Superman"What has Justin Bieber been up to while taking a break from music? Finding Jesus, playing celebrity basketball, getting tattooed by Bang Bang, and now appearing in shitty YouTube comedy videos, apparently. YouTube comedian Rudy Mancuso was the opening act for Bieber’s Purpose tour in Brazil, which kind of but doesn’t completely … More »

Lil Dicky Is Making A Career Out Of Being Charismatic And Problematic In Equal Measure

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It takes real talent to create a song based on the premise that Chris Brown is the man and end up with something likable. For three minutes and 36 seconds — or 5:21 if you’re watching the music video, as more than 57 million people have so far — that’s the illusion “Freaky Friday” successfully … More »