Hot Clicks: Boosie BadAzz Protests Police Brutality in Video
KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.
Congratulations on making it through another week. We hope you have some fun plans for the weekend, but first... let's catch up on the news. Find out what Boosie BadAzz did in his latest video, listen to Omarion's "Post to Be (Remix)" and read up on the Wu-Tang Clan's plans for a new album. As an added treat, check out a classic KING gallery featuring the sexy Cat Washington.
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Lil Wayne was out in Los Angeles and was asked if he'd ever end the feud between him and Young Thug. He answered by praising his daughter instead of saying anything relevant to the question.
Actor Jonah Hill recently interviewed Action Bronson for Interview Magazine. During the interview, he said, "I’m constantly trying to get you cast in movies. And I have to explain to these older white directors who you are. It’s been a hilarious process so far.”
Raekwon recently spoke to Billboard about his new album, Fly International Luxurious Art. During the interview, he said that there's a possibility of dropping another album with the Wu-Tang Clan.
The remix for "Post to Be" has launched and is set for radio rotation all summer. Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko were bumped from the remix, but you can still hear Aiko's "Eat the booty like groceries" line.
Boosie BadAzz has debuted a video filled with images from Baltimore, Ferguson and New York City, in an effort to protest police brutality. His new album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell will be released on May 26, 2015.