Snoop Dogg the New C.E.O. Of Twitter?

 As Twitter goes through changes including the removal of CEO Dick Costolo this week, Snoop Dogg has volunteered to be head of the social media giant.

According to Wired, the rap veteran tweeted his interest in the position after it was announced Jack Dorsey would stand as the company’s interim CEO. While waiting for a response from the Twitter bosses, he gained support from other Silicon Valley CEO’s like Box’s Aaron Levie. During their exchange, they even talk about changing up the cloud storage company’s vision.

“Let’s get it neffew,” Snoop tweeted. ” We can make it #hotbox the ultra premium experience.” with Levie responding with “Joint venture? If you know what I’m saying.”

While Snoop’s brief campaigned garnered attention, the company announced that the Direct Message feature will no longer be limited to 140 characters. Starting in July, users will be able to send messages up to 10,000 characters to fellow followers.


Stars Attend ‘DOPE’ L.A. Premiere

The official Los Angeles premiere of the film ‘DOPE’ took place yesterday at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in partnership with the Los Angeles Film Festival. Cast members in attendance included Shameik Moore, Kiersey Clemons, Kimberly Elise, Quincy Brown, Chanel Iman, A$AP Rocky, Tyga, Tony Revolori, Blake Anderson, and Kap G. Also in attendance was director/writer Rick Famuyiwa, producers Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi, executive producer Pharrell Williams, co-executive producer Sean Combs and co-producer Mimi Valdes. Additional attendees included Marlon Wayans, Michael B. Jordan, Keke Palmer, Gloria Govan, Dascha Polanco, Serayah McNeil, Damien Wayans, John Cho and many more.
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Apple recalls Beats Pill XL speakers over battery fire safety risks


a voluntary recall of its Beats Pill XL speakers, after discovering that the device’s battery can overheat and catch on fire.
While the company claims that this is “rare”, it is nevertheless asking customers to stop using the speakers and return them, claiming a full refund of £215 in the UK, and $325 in the US.
“Apple has determined that, in rare cases, the battery in the Beats Pill XL may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. The recall does not affect any other Beats or Apple products,” explained a statement from the company.

Ice Cube Will Reunite N.W.A for BET Show


Ice Cube will revisit his gangsta past later this month, when he performs numerous N.W.A songs with MC Ren and DJ Yella at a Los Angeles concert. “It’s just gonna be a great night,” Ice Cube tells Rolling Stone of his BET Experience gig at the Staples Center on June 27th. “We’re gonna be there with Snoop, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q. It’s just gonna be one of those ‘I wish I were there in L.A. nights.’ And we’re gonna rock that shit, no problem.”

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Tasha Cobbs, VaShawn Mitchell, Jonathan McReynolds and More Anchor BMI’s Gospel Brunch #BMIGospelBrunch


Atlanta’s music enthusiasts gathered for BMI’s Gospel on the Park Brunch, held on June 7 at Park Tavern. Hosted by BMI vice president, Writer-Publisher Relations Catherine Brewton and singer-songwriter Isaac Carree, the event – held in celebration of African-American Music Appreciation Month – provided an opportunity for the Gospel music community to fellowship, dine on brunch fare and enjoy performances by Tasha Cobbs, VaShawn Mitchell, Jonathan McReynolds and Todd Dulaney.


Tasha Cobbs performs at BMI’s Gospel on the Park Brunch, held on June 7 at Park Tavern in Atlanta.    

Isaac Carree onstage at BMI’s Gospel on the Park Brunch, held on June 7 at Park Tavern in Atlanta.


Jonathan McReynolds performs at BMI’s Gospel on the Park Brunch, held on June 7 at Park Tavern in Atlanta.


VaShawn Mitchell performs at BMI’s Gospel on the Park Brunch, held on June 7 at Park Tavern in Atlanta.


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Caityln Jenner :My Kids Are Still Allowed to Call Me Dad

“[Caitlyn] spoke to each of the kids separately and told them to take their time in getting used to this,” the source stated. “She would prefer not to be called ‘Bruce,’ but told the kids that they could still call her ‘Dad,’ at least for now.”Jenner’s sister Cassandra says she fully supports Caitlyn’s journey and is happy to learn more about her.

“There’s so much more to being a woman than our external appearance,” she said. “I am really looking forward to exploring that more with her.”