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Cookin’: Steph & Ayesha Curry Drop New <i>Chef Curry</i> Mobile Game

If you ever wanted to be in the kitchen with Steph and Ayesha Curry their new mobile game “Chef Curry” gives you that opportunity. Well, you won’t be cooking in the kitchen physically with the lovable couple but this game will let you simulate that feeling.

The app marks the couple’s first joint interactive experience.

Developed by PM Studios, the object the game is to help Steph and Ayesha run a fast-paced restaurant. You control Steph as he frantically serves food prepared by Ayesha to accommodate picky customers. At the same time, you have to manage your resources while racing against the clock.

Players gain experience points and can upgrade Steph with new gear and guest by giving customers their food as fast as possible.

Cookin&#8217;: Steph &#038; Ayesha Curry Drop New &lt;i&gt;Chef Curry&lt;/i&gt; Mobile Game

Sounds like fun.

Here’s what Steph and Ayesha had to say about joining the mobile gaming world:

The Currys definitely know how to capatilize f their popularity, the mobile world is great place to do so ask Kim Kardashian and Kevin Hart. “Chef Curry” is available for download now the  iOS app store and Android Google Play store.  To see the game in action checkout the trailer below.

Photos: PM Studios


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Terry Crews Files LAPD Report Over Alleged Sexual Assault Claims

Terry Crews turned heads last month when he tweeted out a series event in where an unnamed Hollywood executive allegedly sexually assaulted him in front his wife. Crews filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday (Nov. 8) regarding the assault.

Deadline exclusively reports:

Crews, 49, came forth amid the towering amount allegations sexual assault came out regarding Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and other high prile names in recent times.


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C.S. Armstrong – Control Myself | Hip Hop Songs

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Will Smith & Jada Pinkett Smith Reportedly Shoot Down Tyrese's Claim Of $5M Gift

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith didn’t give Tyrese $5 million, despite the star’s claims that they did, according to TMZ.

The singer-songwriter-turned-actor took to Instagram on Sunday (November 5) to announce that the power couple had sent him the generous amount to help with his ongoing legal fees.

“My wife kept the news away from me cause I’ve been on with lawyers all day but our family and our sister Jada Pinkett Smith and my brother Will Smith just sent us 5 million dollars to help keep us afloat,” Tyrese wrote.

However, citing sources directly connected to Will and Jada, TMZ reports that the two stars haven’t handed over any money at all.

In his original post, Tyrese claimed that the Smiths’ gesture did come with one request: for him to stay f social media.

“You’ve guys asked me to get f and stay f the Internet now that my daughters legal fees will be paid ! will listen…..,” Tyrese added, although he has continued to be active online in the days since.

While it’s now being reported that the Smiths haven’t sent Tyrese financial aid, TMZ’s sources say they are “extremely worried” that their friend is having a breakdown.

Posting on IG this week, Tyrese lifted a can Coke from a table and said, “Thank you to Coca Cola for the product placement, they know I’m going broke. I’m waiting on my Will Smith wire. It ain’t came in yet.”

Tyrese has been fighting a number legal battles over the past few months. He is currently locked in a court battle with his ex-wife, Norma Gibson, over custody their 10-year-old daughter, Shayla. Tyrese was being investigated by authorities after he was accused abusing Shayla earlier this year, but the Los Angeles County Department Children and Family Services reportedly closed their investigation into the incident last week.

In late October, Tyrese checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital following a stressful day in court. He had reportedly been experiencing chest pains, bouts dehydration and anxiety.

In addition to his legal troubles, Tyrese has been recently using social media to call out Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson after it was announced that Johnson’s The Fast & The Furious spinf film has been greenlit for 2019. Tyrese later said that he wouldn’t return to the multi-billion dollar franchise if Johnson continued to be involved.

“Hello world………. hello loyal fans and loved ones from OUR fast universe…….. I’m sorry to announce that if Dewayne is in Fast9 there will no more Roman Peirce,” Tyrese wrote.

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Remy Ma Doesn’t Think People Care About Albums (She’s Wrong)

During her interview with The Breakfast Club on Thursday, Remy Ma was asked by show host DJ Envy about the release date for her forthcoming full-length album on Columbia Records.

Remy refused to provide a concrete date, stating that an album is never really done until it's actually released to the people, but she did use the question as a springboard to discuss the importance, or lack there, albums in general in 2017.

"I feel like a lot times with artists, we focus on the album, the album, the album. Like, no one really cares about the album. They care about each particular record," Remy said.

While it's true that albums have been dying in the name prospering playlists, and one big single can take an artist to a playlist place that an entire body work will never travel, to say that no one cares about albums is both inaccurate and a gross overstatement. People still care about albums—particularily, hip-hop albums—but, at the same time, music consumption behavior around the world has changed dramatically over the past decade.

"When you look at somebody like Chris Brown—whose on my album, and I love him to death—he puts out 45 records, it's because he wants those streams. He wants to be Gold in two days," Remy added. "You gotta think a little bit smarter now."

Remy's right; artists and labels do need to think smarter. But gaming the system by releasing bloated projects just to earn a certification in the first week and debut at the top the Billboard 200 is disingenuous and hollow. 

Ultimately, the album vs. project playlist vs. singles argument boils down to each individual artist. Creating a memorable, impactful, replay-worthy body work isn't something every artist is capable doing. There's no shame in being known as a singles artist and not an album artist, either. But just because you're one doesn't mean the masses don't still crave the other.

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Zoey Dollaz Puts Miami on the “Bless The Booth” Map in Ep. 6 of DJBooth & TIDAL’s Freestyle Series

From North Miami Beach to New York City, Zoey Dollaz is the latest artist to step foot in our studio to participate in our ongoing Bless The Booth freestyle series with TIDAL, going f the dome with a new freestyle. 

A few months removed from the release his latest project, M'ap Boule, the Freebandz rapper follows prior Bless The Booth episodes from Roc Nation MC Rapsody, Chicago's G Herbo, Pro Era wordsmith Nyck Caution, Camden spitter Mir Fontane, and Bronx MC Don Q.

Shot at DJBooth’s SoHo, New York City studios, Bless The Booth will showcase the lyrical dexterity rappers both established and on the rise. Future guests include CyHi The Prynce, Problem, OMB Peezy, and more.

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Black Vote Woke: 7 Cities Elect Black Mayors For 1st Time

While voter apathy in these trying political times is very real, considering that orange moron in fice, it appears that state and local elections are showing signs change and progression despite it all. In seven American cities, history was made with all them electing Black mayors for the very first time.

From The Washington Post:

In addition, the city Framingham, Massachusetts elected its first mayor ever in its 317-year existence with Yvonne Spicer assuming the new role.

It doesn’t end there with Elizabeth Guzman and Hala Ayala, both Democrats, elected to the Virginia House Delegates. Joining them is the VA House Delegates first Asian-American woman, Kathy Tran, also a Democrat. Andrea Jenkins also became the first Black transgender woman to hold public fice after being elected to a Minneapolis City Council seat.

Photo: Campaign Site for Mayor Yvonne Spicer

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Meek Mill Said He Battled Percocet Addiction, Gets New Mugshot

Meek Mill, born Robert Rihmeek Williams, is back in prison, and has a new mugshot to prove it. Interestingly, in his statement to the judge who sentenced him, the Philly rapper revealed he was battling a Percocet addiction. 

Although his parole ficer and the prosecution recommended no jail time, Judge Genece Brinkley still sentenced him to 2 – 4 years, citing a failed drug test, failure to get permission to travel and the now infamous cases reckless driving in NYC and an assault in a St. Louis airport, that were both dismissed.

“I’ve been trying to help you since 2009,” said Brinkley during the sentencing, per NBC 10. “You basically thumbed your nose at me.”

Meek Mill fered up a statement that included an admission to his addiction to the aforementioned painkiller.

Reports NBC 10:

Cold world.

Meek’s mugshot was reportedly taken at the state prison in Graterford, Montgomery County, PA.

Also, a petition has been started to have the judge on his case disbarred.


Meek Mill Said He Battled Percocet Addiction, Gets New Mugshot

Photo: Pennsylvania Department Corrections

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Kanye West Working On Streaming Service With Yeezy Sound Trademark

If current chatter points to an actual revelation, it appears that Kanye West is gearing up to debut his own “Yeey Sound” streaming service. According to trademark papers filed at the the month, West is hoping to enter the increasingly crowded streaming marketplace in direct competition with the likes TIDAL, Spotify, Apple Music and more.

The Blast writes:

An ficial word from West’s camp has yet to come forth regarding the service.