Good Gangsta? 5 Times Tekashi69 Made You Think He Was A Nice Guy

Tekashi69 has been the Internet’s number one topic conversation ever since his controversial Breakfast Club interview. Everyone learned something different from the hour long conversation, but most came away with the idea that 69 is not one the good guys.

Regardless what you think about the Brooklyn native, he has a loyal fan base that actually sees the good buried deep inside him. Just ask DJ Akademiks:

All jokes aside, Tekashi is known for giving back to his community and uplifting young kids, despite the wild boy antics:


He ten tells the story his rough upbringing to let kids know that if he can achieve his dreams, so can they:


Just last year, 69 took a few lucky kids back to school shopping:


He also let’s fans take pics rocking his infamous chain:


Speaking jewelry, 69 even gifted his buddy Ak with a $150,000 chain; which we’re almost certain he took back:

We’re not sure if Tekashi is just a complex kid putting on for social media, or if he’s really a gangster with a good heart.

What are your thoughts?

Eesh: Stephon Clark’s Brother Was Over Don Lemon In THE Most Uncomfortable Interview

Emotions continue to run high as people protest the death Stephon Clark, who was shot 20 times holding only a cell phone.

Naturally, the most sensitive to the subject would be his family members, and his brother Stevante Clark has been one the main people speaking out.

With Stephon Clark’s funeral on Thursday and continuing protests, Stevante stopped by CNN to chat with Don Lemon. 

And let’s just say it didn’t go well. Check it out below.

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This isn’t the first time an interviewee wasn’t here for Don in the heat outrage. Let’s not forget his notorious interview with Talib Kweli.

Is Don pushing the wrong buttons, or is he just catching people in a bad moment grief? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook!

DJ Khaled Performed Pre-Game For Miami Marlins & Almost Nobody Showed Up

Over the years, DJ Khaled has been behind some the world’s biggest bangers. Guaranteed to put together dream collaborations, the DJ and producer has rarely disappointed with his last few full-length projects. He is also one the most popular figures in Miami’s music scene. Along with Rick Ross, Khaled is ten seen as an icon in Miami, growing his brand to become a mogul in the last few years. Although he has an abundance Floridian fans and a plethora hits to play, the pre-game crowd at the Miami Marlins game did not understand the hype.

MLB’s regular reason began today with plenty highlight moments already assured to appear on ESPN tonight. In possibly one the biggest fails the regular season opening day, DJ Khaled was slated to perform before the game and attendance was incredibly low. Khaled has previously sold out arenas on tour around the country but fans did not feel the need to get to the stadium early to catch the performance, which was in his beloved hometown. From the looks (and sounds) it, a small chunk the crowd was there to catch the show, with a select few cheering throughout the performance.

We need to congratulate Khaled though since he did not seem deterred by the lack attendance at all, keeping his energy high and continually attempting to rile up the fans that did show up. The performance was broadcasted by Fox Sports, who noticeably avoided showing too much footage the empty seats. Watch the videos below to see what we mean.