French Montana was named a Global Citizen ambassador at a New York City ceremony Friday night, TMZ reports. French, who is the first rapper to earn the title, has done so through his charity work in Uganda over the last year. After filming the video
Sean “Diddy” Combs has announced he will be donating $200,000 to French Montana’s Unforgettable healthcare campaign. Montana launched the initiative after visiting Kampala, Uganda in February 2017 to film the video for his Swae Lee-assisted single “Unforgettable.” The campaign targets two non-profit organizations, Mama Hope and Global Citizen, that
Biggie's classic sophomore LP Life After Death just turned 20 years old. The anniversary has seen many people for whom the record was important to looking back on its influence, including one man who was directly involved in its creation -- Diddy.
In an interview with
Former employees of Sean "Diddy" Combs' Revolt TV are suing the channel for "reverse discrimination," according to Page 6. Douglas Goodstein and 4 other producers began working at Revolt in 2014, but were fired by the end of the year. According to court documents, the workers,