Soren Baker and I could not have asked for better topics this week. When we stumbled across a photo of "Black And Yellow" rapper Wiz Khalifa and his girl Amber Rose on the beach in Hawaii we knew that it was time for some intervention. The Aftermath supports young love, but Wiz and Amber go overboard on their public displays of affection. We'd like to encourage them to take it easy, at least when in public.
This is advice that we can also extend to new female rapper Iggy Azalea. We discovered her song "P****" on VladTV.com. If Iggy is looking to generate some attention for herself, then consider her a winner. But if Iggy is looking to earn some respect as a new, white female rapper, she might try an alternate approach based on things other than gimmicks.
Louisiana rapper Webbie was reportedly recently escorted off the set of BET's 106 & Park. According to a statement released to Yahoo! Music from BET, Webbie allegedly made some inappropriate comments in front of the live studio audience during a commercial break for the show's "Freestyle Friday" segment. Webbie went on a rampage in a YouTube video, complaining about BET, and even threatening 106 & Park host Terrence J. Was Webbie out of line? Did BET instigate the matter? The Aftermath weighs in?
For our quick news caps, we mention Waka Flocka teaming up with Suge Knight, the Soul Train Awards nominations, and Evidence and the Grouch's tour.
Do you enjoy seeing Wiz and Amber's tongue action whenever they are caught by the paparazzi? Do you like Iggy Azalea's female version of "OPP"? Do you think BET should ban Webbie from their studios? Make sure to share you comments below.
MORE ON THIS WEEK'S STORIES
Over Exposed -- Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose, paparazzi favorites.
Private Matters -- New Music: Iggy Azalea's "P****"
Foe Life -- Webbie gets banned from BET.
Death Row -- Is Waka Flocka working with Suge Knight?
Back On Track -- Soul Train Music Awards nominations.
Hit The Road -- Evidence and Grouch launch tour.
Camera and video editing: Robert Gardner