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Eminem and Rihanna add their names to long list of supporters for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. During the second night of “The Monster” tour at Detroit’s Comerica Park, Slim Shady and RiRi accepted challenges from various celebrities throughout the past week. Slim Shady, who was called out by mentor Dr. Dre earlier this week, sat in a chair on stage as Rihanna threw a bucket of ice water on his head.

Next up was Rihanna’s turn in the chair, as two members from the stage show doused the pop star with frigid water. Both artists join a long list of celebrities who have participated in an effort to bring more awareness and raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Chris Brown, Drake, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent & G-Unit, LeBron James, Justin Bieber, Kate Upton, T.I., Jennifer Lopez, and more have all accepted challenges, taking social media by storm this week.

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Talib Kweli is the latest rapper to make the trip down to Ferguson, Missouri to mourn the death of Mike Brown and show support to the community. Never one to bite his tongue, the Brooklyn MC made an appearance on CNN earlier today, where he took Don Lemon — who isn’t exactly wildly popular among black viewers — to task.

Right off the bat, Talib put the media on blast for presenting an inaccurate narrative of events in Ferguson. Naturally, Lemon disagreed with him and claimed that his network have “done really great coverage here,” which is when Kweli took the safety off and let the chopper fly. At one point, while being continuously interrupted by Lemon, Kweli even walked off camera and threatened to leave the interview.


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Killer Mike has never been one to bite his tongue when it comes to social issues and larger injustices going on in the world. Yesterday (Aug 19), Mike penned an Op-Ed piece on what he feels are the real problems with all the chaos and continued violence happening in Ferguson. He addresses the police conduct, Mike Brown’s murder and more in his own words.

This week I have seen tanks, rubber bullets and tear gas used by police against the citizens that pay them.”

I have searched all night and day for new and better words that could express my feelings and fear for the people of this country. I found no new words. I have no hope-filled insight to deliver. I only have this warning to all Americans: Whatever this country is willing to do to the least of us, it will one day do to us all.

The police are paid by the public and carry a public trust, and they take an oath to protect us as citizens. The police have lost sight of that and must be reminded that we pay them to protect us, not to simply engage and cage us.

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J. Cole Speaks Candidly About Mike Brown’s Death and the Situation In Ferguson (Video)
Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Nelly & Wale Pay Respect to Mike Brown

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J. Cole made it clear that his visit to Ferguson, Missouri wasn’t for publicity reasons, but he briefly broke his no-press rule for old friend D. Scott from Complex, who is currently reporting live from the field with Jinx. Speaking emotionally and candidly, Cole explained why he made the trip down to Ferguson and shared his thoughts on Mike Brown’s death, as well as the other recent instances of police brutality and racism across America. Looking at the few positives of the situation, Jermaine praised how the community has come together peacefully in the name of justice.

This is a beautiful thing. We’ve been here five hours walking through these streets, and it ain’t no violence, everything is love. Yeah, you got a lot people that are mad, but they see the perspective of, like, violence don’t bring peace. By the laws of the Universe, it’s impossible. No matter what the media says, everywhere we go, it’s love.

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If you’re unfamiliar with the show Last Week Tonight, it involves British comedian John Oliver trying to make sense of some of the most alarming, ludicrous or indeed immoral things taking place in the US. And during last night’s segment, Oliver turned his dry wit and sharp judgement to the depressing situation in Ferguson, MO — specifically, why the hell does the police have armored vehicles and assault rifles for peaceful protests?

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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is the new social-media phenomenon. This past weekend Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Tyga, and more added their names to the list in an effort to bring more awareness and raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Challenged by his fellow Young Money-labelmate Tyga, along with NBA guard Brandon Jennings and NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Drake took his turn for charity, on stage during the “Drake vs. Lil’ Wayne” tour stop in Pittsburgh on Sunday night.

Lil’ Wayne, who participated in the ALS challenge last week, held a bucket of ice cold water as Drake nominated Beyoncé to take part, before Weezy drenched the Canadian rapper, who took his shirt off and quickly got into a robe. Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea also took part in the quick and frigid shower over the weekend, as the list of celebrities keeps growing by the hour.

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More celebrities are adding their names to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge list, in support of a greater cause. Challenged by NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving, Chris Brown accepted Irving’s call out, having a bucket of ice-cold water dumped on him. “I’m challenging Trey Songz, Bow Wow, Tyga, and Game,” said Brown right before getting covered in water. A few hours after Brown called him out, Tyga added his name to the list as Kylie Jenner threw cold water on him before T-Raww sent a challenge to Drake, Nicki Minaj, and August Alsina.

A day earlier, Justin Bieber took part in the social-media phenomenon, intended to raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. “All right Scooter, I accept your ice-bucket challenge. Now I nominate Ellen, Barack Obama, and who else? Chris D’Elia,” said Bieber, who did the work himself, dumping a pot of frigid water on himself.

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As the community in Ferguson, Missouri and worldwide still mourns and protests the murder of Michael Brown, J. Cole took time to visit the spot where the 18-year-old was gunned down by local police last Saturday. Arriving with members of his Dreamville Records label, the Roc Nation MC spoke with local residents and activists, as they all mourned the loss of Brown during a chaotic time where a community is still shaken following the incident.

J Cole at #mikebrown’s final resting place. #ferguson,” says Deray McKesson, who captured this photo of J. Cole paying his respects in the exact spot Michael Brown was killed. On Friday, the North Carolina rapper released the song “Be Free,” inspired by the tragic moment, pleading an end to violence. “Rest in Peace to Michael Brown and to every young black man murdered in America, whether by the hands of white or black. I pray that one day the world will be filled with peace and rid of injustice. Only then will we all Be Free.”

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Chris Brown gathered some of his celebrity friends for a charity flag football game in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon. Hosted at Jack Kemp Stadium at Occidental College, Brown faced off against’s Diddy’s step-son Quincy in friendly team game. When the final whistle was blown, Team Breezy which included Tyga, The Game, Trey Songz, Bow Wow, and Omarion, beat Team Quincy 42-21.

Brown, who was spotted together with on-and-off again girlfriend Karrueche, gathered all the participants for a moment of solidarity, protesting the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown dead in Ferguson, Mississippi last Saturday. Everyone rounded up with their hands raised, showing support to the Brown family and city of Ferguson as they’re going through a tragic time. Check out footage of Nelly’s heartfelt speech below.

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Following the news of Robin Williams’ tragic passing last night, the tributes from around the entertainment world — hell, every corner of every industry — have been pouring in. Amongst the mourning are plenty of heartwarming and tearjerking stories about the comedian and actor — not just the laughs that he brought to the world, but the personal acts of kindness witnessed by both close friends and complete strangers.

RIP Robin Williams. As a ’90s baby whose fondest childhood memories are rooted in some of your greatest films, you will be truly missed.

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