On August 7th, Nicki Minaj visited the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania to have a chat with the patients.
During her visit, Nicki stopped by Seacrest Studios to discuss how she at first wanted to be an actor than a rapper, writing her very first rap, what her favorite thing to do in her spare time is, pizza, playing sports when she was younger, her pet turtle, what her favorite subjects were at school, playing instruments at a young age, and more.
You can watch the Young Money Barbie‘s interview with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s patients after the jump below!
Tyga and Mally Mall recently sat down with DJ Whoo Kid for an interview while on a promo run for the Hotel California album.
During the interview, T-Raww spoke on his new album, shooting a photo shoot with a real tiger, his shoe line with Reebok, why he decided to put Jadakiss on “Hit ‘Em Up“, visiting Lil Wayne in the hospital when he suffered from a seizure, the Rick Ross lyrics controversy, his thoughts on Too $hort running away from the cops, touring, how he hooked up with DJ Mustard, and more!
Whoo Kid also asked Tygaman if he is tired of performing “Rack City” yet and if Weezy cared about which songs were put on Hotel California.
In the video above, you can watch a 25 minute recap of Torion Sellers‘ busy day in Detroit, Michigan back in December before Christmas.
Torion can be seen visiting Starter’s Bar And Grill, recording a new song in the studio with Lil Zay, attending Detroit Academy Of Arts & Science Middle School, Cass Technical High School, Renaissance High School, and Martin Luther King High School to sing “Smile” to the students and dance with the marching bands, stop by Dr. Darius’ Hot 107.5 radio show, and more.
Yesterday, I posted up a video of Lil Chuckee speaking to the students at Northeast High School in Macon, Georgia on September 24th, now here are some photos from his appearance. Chuckee visited the high school to motivate the youth and answer any questions they had for him.
Check out more pics after the jump below, courtesy of Smart Is The New Cool.