The pop-punk singer performed at Louder Than Life Festival on Saturday where footage has emerged of him being booed by the crowd.
"I told him he was a special boy, my best friend, that he was perfect and that I loved him and Ill miss him so so much," the rapper said in a moving tribute.
The new meal from the latest McDonald's menu collaboration follows similar tie-ups with BTS, Travis Scott and J Balvin.
Kanye West, who unveiled his latest album on Thursday, famously supported Donald Trump during his presidency—before running against him in 2020.
In a video shared on Instagram late Tuesday, rapper Kodak Black was seen throwing the crisp bills in the water as he stood on a boat.
T-Pain has stated in the new Netflix series "This Is Pop" that fellow singer Usher's quip about his effect on the music industry plunged him into a four-year depression.
The "Feelin Peachy" rapper was released from prison in January following Donald Trump's decision to grant him a presidential pardon.
New York rapper Black Rob died in an Atlanta hospital on April 17, after he suffered kidney failure.
DMX, whose birth name was Earl Simmons, was hospitalized on April 2 after he suffered a heart attack at his home in White Plains, New York. He remained on life support in a New York hospital's intensive care unit until his death, his family announced Friday.
"The industry, man, it's not the same. It doesn't have to do with talent. It's about playing the game," DMX said onstage in 2007.
The rapper's family announced his death Friday, calling DMX "a warrior who fought till the very end."
The iconic rapper's family announced his death on Friday, via a statement from their press representative.
On Friday, Eminem appeared to respond to a TikTok campaign seeking to "cancel" him by releasing a lyric video for his 2020 song "Tone Deaf."
The legendary '90s rapper went viral on Tuesday morning when he responded to a Twitter user, educating them about "commitment to truth."
In one of his final outgoing acts as president on Tuesday, Donald Trump granted clemency to 143 people including rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black.
The renowned rapper and producer, 55, received medical treatment at a Los Angeles hospital for the illness but has now confirmed he is recovering well at home.
The followup to June's "Bear Witness, Take Action," will feature panel discussions with celebrities, activists, and scholars to talk about the next steps to be taken towards racial justice.
Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, and more join previously announced performers Dua Lipa and BTS for the AMAs on November 22.
Chicago rapper King Von was shot and killed in Atlanta on Friday.
The rapper shared a video, which was posted by a reporter for a conservative outlet, that shows a woman twerking in the street near the White House.
The rapper made fun of Wayne's nickname Weezy F. Baby, a popular meme since he supported Trump's re-election campaign.
The rapper tweeted Thursday that he approved of the White House's Platinum Plan for Black Americans after a positive meeting with the president—and the internet has let rip.
It's been ten years since Kanye tweeted about how he hates waking up next to a water bottle, but he may have explained what he meant on Rogan.
West shared a screenshot of a "Vanity Fair" article about one of Aniston's recent Instagram posts, where she told followers not to vote for Yeezy.
"All I gotta say is Trump 2020 b****h," Lil Pump said in an Instagram video. "F**k I look like paying an extra 33 is tax for Biden, b****h a** n***a? F**k sleepy Joe n***g Trump 2020 b***h."
The rapper took to social media Sunday to declare his support for the republican while also extending insults to Democrat nominee Joe Biden over his proposed tax plans for top earners.
Ice Cube said that people "trying to clown" him may have inadvertently promoted the Trump campaign's "Platinum Plan."
The president's son was seemingly making reference to comments that Biden had made during an appearance on "The Breakfast Club" in May.
Ice Cube responded to Trump's since-deleted tweet with some serious shade after he tweeted kind words including a photo of Ice Cube and 50 Cent.