Sleeping with your favorite rapper just got a little easier, thanks to this unique and somewhat bizarre brand of hip-hop inspired pillows. A company with the hilarious name of “Soft Ass Rappers” has come up with a custom series of hip-hop themed pillows, each of which boast the face of one of the game’s best and brightest. For $75 dollars, you can get your hands on one of ten pillows, featuring the likenesses of Drake, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, A$AP Rocky, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Frank Ocean and Rihanna. With the exception of the Drizzy edition, which features a rendition of the infamous “Crying Drake” meme, each pillow is designed to copy the artist’s signature facial expression.
Fresh off the release of the Rihanna x PUMA jelly slide, we have a new project between Rihanna and Puma – the PUMA Fenty Trainer Hi.
The kicks, which have just released in both beige and army green, feature a mix of premium leather and mesh with a profound midfoot strap.
Additionally, the unique design also includes series of elastic strings on the medial side which presumably allows for a more flexible fit. Underneath it all sits Puma’s Ignite foam.
The Rihanna x Puma Fenty Trainer Hi is currently available at PUMA.com, as well as other PUMA dealers, for the retail price of $190.
Jay Z is pushing TIDAL to the masses in a crazy way. The mogul announced that he would be perfoming his B-side catalog at his upcoming concert in New York on May 13th to promote his TIDAL music streaming service.
Rumor has it that Beanie Sigel and some of the Philly crew are going to make an appearance at the weekend shows.
Below is a list of a few B-side songs MultiHop.TV would like to here Jay-Z perform at the upcoming Tidal Concert:
“A Star Is Born” (Featuring J. Cole)
“Real As It Gets” (Featuring Young Jeezy)
“Ignorant Sh-t” (Featuring Beanie Sigel)
“Meet The Parents”
“Where I’m From”
“Friend Or Foe”
Rihanna tweets #FreePalestine and quickly takes it back.
Rihanna denies she is taking sides as singer claims she didn’t send ‘Free Palestine’ tweet that came from her account
Rihanna should not have to apologize for the #freepalestine text… she was utilizing her first amendment right.
These are examples of the limitations on personal privacy/freedom so-called celebrities struggle with frequently.