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Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 6: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Wack100 served nearly six years in prison starting at 19 years old, during which his first child was born. Discussing the hardship of missing early milestones of his child's life, he draws parallels to the absence of his own father. Determined to pivot from a life of violence, Wack100 turned to the truck driving industry as an alternate career path. He obtained his commercial truck driving permit while incarcerated and landed a job with his uncle’s trucking business upon release. His parole officer allowed him to cross state lines for work so long as they kept track of his whereabouts. Wack100 started out making $300 per week, later supplementing his income by unloading trailers for $500 per load. He credits truck driving for his first few million dollars, which he subsequently invested into real estate to solve a tax problem. Wack100 didn't venture into the music business until later.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 16: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 The Game reminisced about his debut album, working with top artists like Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Eminem, and Kanye West. He discussed the unique experience of watching Eminem's songwriting process, characterizing it as a career highlight and describing the Grammy-winning artist as a "complex and different individual.” The release of his debut album, which reached number one on the Billboard 200, was a transformative moment in his career. However, its success led to tension with his G-Unit label, as he started feeling restricted by the obligations related to interviews and music production.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Comedian DL Hughley discussed the recent accusations against Diddy. Hughley emphasized his stance on presumed innocence until proven guilty, and called out accomplices who don't come forward until allegations are made public. DL and Vlad debated the implications of paying off lawsuits and how timing could play a significant role in public perception. Hughley argued that paying someone doesn't necessarily mean a confession of guilt. The conversation concluded with Hughley underscoring his willingness to wait for the whole truth before passing judgement on the individual in question.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Vlad and D.L. Hughley continued to discuss the claims against Diddy. In a moment of self-reflection, Hughley acknowledged that everyone has unique preferences but objected to coercion in any form. For Hughley, the credibility of allegations depends on the individual's character and past actions. He expressed disgust at those profiting from an individual's misfortune or crime, waiting for the right moment to reveal it. Hughley then raised concerns about uneven reactions based on gender. Hughley lamented society's tendency to judge the past based on modern standards, suggesting this skewed perspective can affect the perception of events or individuals. He wrapped up by expressing his discomfort at potentially having been around people who abuse their power or control.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 5: 🤍 Part 7: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Wack100 shared his experiences of being one of the first minors to be charged as an adult in the California state prison system. Wack100 explained how his high level of manipulation and sophistication led to him being sent back from a juvenile facility to the adult prison, as he was deemed to be a mismatch for all juvenile facilities in the state of California. He recounted how he was offered a ten-year sentence reduction if he signed a waiver of his rights, which he accepted, resulting in his transfer to Delano State Penitentiary at 16. In prison, he was surrounded by criminals twice his age, but managed to earn their respect and make it through several fights. Wack100 gained his nickname, “100,” due to his firm position on the scale of credibility and authenticity while in prison.
In this new interview, Vlad sits down with Vanilla Ice, the first rapper to top the Billboard charts and sell the fastest-selling hip-hop album at the time, which remains one of the biggest to date. Ice played a significant role in popularizing hip hop worldwide & unintentionally helped fund Death Row Records, propelling the success of artists like Snoop Dogg. After his hip-hop career, Ice transitioned into real estate, where he continues to strive financially. Ice penned his top hit, “Ice Ice Baby,” when he was just 16, although he noted that his song “Ninja Rap" is also popular among younger fans. Ice credits his success to his own work, refuting claims that someone named Mario Johnson assisted him. Ice stated that he had initially intended to sign with Def Jam Records but changed his mind after being offered a better deal by another label. Throughout the rest of the interview, Vanilla Ice talks about Eminem, MC Serch, overcoming drug use, and much more.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 Part 5: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Hassan Campbell, who was part of the same projects where Afrika Bambaataa lived, reminisces about his challenging upbringing and his disturbing experiences with being abused. The neighborhood held a strong presence of Latino culture, with Hassan bearing the nickname, Poppy. Hassan describes his family life as dysfunctional, with his mother facing health issues and his father being mostly absent. Hassan recounts horrific incidents of abuse, starting from around the age of five. Notably, he alludes to being assaulted by Afrika Bambaataa, who he met at the age of 12. Bambaataa was a prominent figure in the neighborhood and the founder of Zulu Nation, a hip-hop awareness group.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Hassan Campbell shares his experiences growing up in the Bronx and being a part of Zulu Nation under Afrika Bambaataa. Initially seen as an appealing lifestyle, the Zulu Nation community included rappers and celebrities and captured the interests of many young individuals. Hassan’s involvement started at the age of 12 or 13, expressing that it was more than just about Bambaataa but rather the larger community. He notes certain figures, such as 'Bill' and his brother 'Jeb' as inspirations for joining. As Hassan got older, his relationship with Bambaataa gradually took a disturbing turn, recounting inappropriate behaviors that he now identifies as grooming, and eventually led to abuse. He alleges Bambaataa exploited his celebrity status to prey on young boys in the community. Moreover, Hassan insists that there are many more victims who haven't come forward out of fear, embarrassment, or denial.
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Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Internet personality Hassan Campbell recounted a recent shooting incident that he was involved in. Campbell, who has experienced past trauma, revealed that he had been in a dark place leading to this incident, triggered by revisiting a past relationship with hip-hop artist Afrika Bambaataa, and the abuse he suffered during that time. He admitted he had drunk alcohol intensively, which led him to a state in which he challenged alleged shooters in the Bronx River Projects, where he grew up. He was subsequently shot, with bullets hitting his shoulder and back, significant footage of the incident was caught on his live YouTube stream. He credited his survival to past experiences and a swift transition into survival mode.
►Subscribe to Hollywood Unlocked: 🤍 ►Website: 🤍 In our first two-part interview on ‘#TheJasonLeeShow,’ #DJVlad sits with host #JasonLee and together, they unlock all the tea and rumors! From being called a “Culture Vulture” and “The Feds” to solving the highly-publicized murder of #TupacShakur and spilling the tea on the alleged connection between murder suspect #KeefeD and mogul #Diddy, Vlad gets into it all! As the interview begins, Vlad tells us his origin story and how he fell in love with Hip-Hop and how he hustled in every corner of the genre. He also reflects on his legendary brand and how he’s helped discover newer podcasters in the game. Vlad also speaks on canceling #KanyeWest and condemning his anti-semitic views, as well as revealing more about his own Jewish ancestry, and thoughts on the current Israel vs. Palestine conflict. Before the end of part 1, Vlad talks about his business relationships with #GloriaVelez and #Boosie, and begins to speak on his years-long beef with #JoeBudden.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 14: 🤍 Part 16: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 The Game discussed his rise to prominence in the West Coast hip-hop scene. Despite not releasing his own single initially, he was featured in advertisements and collaborations that helped him grow in popularity. He spoke about his appearances in a Boost Mobile ad alongside Kanye West and Ludacris and his key role in amplifying West Coast-based musicians in an era when the spotlight was mainly on the South and New York. The artist also detailed his determination to be the "king of the West Coast," asserting that his influence contributed to other artists' visibility - Kendrick Lamar included. The rapper compared his career ascent to the success arcs of basketball greats like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James. He deplored the current divided state of West Coast hip-hop, mentioning that more unity and collaboration, much like the East Coast music scene, could potentially strengthen the overall industry.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 Part 6: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, Wack100 delved into his past, revealing he first got arrested at 12 years old. His first case involved a crime, where he shot a man in the face 32 times with a CO2 pellet gun. The incident escalated from a backyard hobby of shooting cans, which led to accidentally hitting a child and subsequently shooting the child's father in a misunderstanding. Facing charges, Wack100 fled, marking his entry into the drug world. He articulated his juvenile offenses mostly revolved around violent crimes, culminating in firearm possession charges. After a brief parole period, he was convicted again for shooting into a vehicle and dwelling. The latter led to his charges as an adult at 16 years old.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 18: 🤍 Part 20: 🤍 Vanilla Ice revealed that he once performed at a New Year's party for Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago. However, he stressed that he maintains a neutral stance on politics, asserting that he does not vote and never shares his opinion on political issues to avoid alienating any of his fans who may have different views. He criticized those who engage in political debates, arguing that it doesn't garner anything since you are not paid for your opinion or time. He suggested that instead, people should focus on enjoying their lives. Lastly, both individuals shared their views on the generational divide in technology use, with Vanilla Ice asserting that today's youth are being manipulated into conformity by repeatedly following digital trends, which he considers an unreal 'cyber world.' He noted the importance of real-life interactions and denied the cyber world's authenticity.
In 2019, Keefe D sat down with VladTV for his first on-camera interview. The bombshell interview detailed his alleged involvement in 2Pac's murder case and the events that led to the tragic night. Keefe D talked about growing up with Suge Knight, becoming a member of the Southside Crips, as well as the crips' ties to Bad Boy Records during its feud with Death Row Records. He also explained how his nephew, Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, targeted 2Pac after an earlier altercation at the MGM Grand. Keefe D was recently charged in 2Pac's murder case, 27 years after the late rapper's passing.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Music manager Wack100 discussed his past experiences growing up, highlighting the impact of drugs in the neighborhood. His father was a key figure in the local scene, supplying the popular party favors of the time. However, everything changed when crack was introduced to the community. According to Wack100, the presence of the substance created an addictive cycle, with users constantly chasing their initial high but never being able to recreate it. This addiction led to an influx of money into the area and a consequent rise in violence as battles flared. Much of the money fueling these battles came from government-funded welfare checks, leading to the deprivation of local children and households.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, The Game opened up about his troubled teenage years and his time in jail. The Game admitted to Vlad that he was arrested twice as a teenager, while also managing to slip through undetected on other occasions. Known as an "intelligent gangster", he was strategic in his approach to potential crime and selling drugs, ensuring his friends would avoid harmful situations. His first time in county jail stemmed from car theft in his 11th grade, an experience he described as a "rude awakening". With no gang tattoos yet, he managed to blend in and avoid the isolation of the gang module. A year later, with gang tattoos, he was identified as a gang member. While describing the harsh reality of county jail, he acknowledged how fortunate he was not to have lost his life within its walls. Despite a passion for basketball, he soon realized it wasn't his destined path, leading him to his rap career.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 8: 🤍 Part 10: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Mob James spoke about Orlando Anderson's secretive movements after 2Pac's death. Orlando spent time in different locations, but primarily in Long Beach, to keep his whereabouts unknown due to people in Compton knowing him. When asked about Orlando's death, Mob James stated that it was tied to drug money. Expressing detached feelings towards Orlando's passing, James said that they belonged to different factions and never mingled. Furthermore, the gang member commented about Suge's claim of him not being a part of the gang from the beginning, insisting that this was not true. He noted that none of the other individuals mentioned by Suge had his close access or trust.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 In a recent interview, West Coast rapper The Game sat down to discuss his early life, speaking candidly about growing up in a dangerous neighbourhood in Compton. He mentioned how accustomed he'd become at a young age to the prevalent drug use and violence. Recalling his childhood, The Game highlighted the harsh reality of walking his sister to school through gang-ridden areas, an experience mirrored by children in his neighborhood today. He also detailed his time living in foster care, a consequence of domestic issues in his home and an upbringing he described as "unhealthy." The experience hardened him emotionally, a toughness he admits shapes his interactions even today. Despite these trials, however, The Game seems proud of his journey and the resilience it has built within him, continuing to share his story as a testament to his survival and success.
In this new VladTV exclusive, Boosie returns to discuss recent scandals and controversies in the entertainment world. Boosie and Vlad discuss the lawsuit against Dwight Howard before diving into a variety of additional topics. Throughout the rest of the interview, Boosie offers his thoughts on Keefe D's arrest, 2Pac, Yung Bleu, Sexyy Red, relationship dynamics, TI, 1090 Jake, Kodak Black, and much more.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 7: 🤍 Part 9: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, Michael Jai White reacted to Vlad's interview with Evander Holyfield, where the boxing legend detailed his rivalry with Mike Tyson and more. The interview went in-depth about Holyfield's career, revealing his respectful attitude towards opponents, never ducking responsibility for a loss, and not taking any fight lightly. Notably, he mentioned the hardest he's ever been hit in his career was by George Foreman, which he vividly recalled. Also discussed was Holyfield's integrity during the Olympics where a bad referee call cost him a potential gold medal, leading to his bronze win. Despite this, he expressed no resentment, citing his mother's advice not to act out in disappointment. The discussion also highlighted Holyfield's deep Christian faith, which he maintained despite instances of it being manipulated. The interview painted a picture of Holyfield as a genuine class act and a sportsman with incredible integrity.
Piers Morgan Uncensored is joined by YouTuber DJ Vlad of the 'VladTV' YouTube channel to discuss his interview with Duane 'Keefe D' Davis in which he described himself being in the car when they murdered famous artist and rapper Tupac Shakur and what happened in the lead-up to the shooting. Piers asks Vlad why he believed Keefe D spoke so openly about the murder and admitted being in the car and he suggests that Keefe D might have thought he had higher levels of immunity than he did. DJ Vlad also speculates that maybe it was because Duane Davis had talked about having cancer around the same time so didn't think he had much time left. Subscribe to stay up-to-date on all Uncensored content. Follow Piers Morgan Uncensored on: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Follow Piers Morgan on: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Piers Morgan Uncensored is now available on TalkTV, Fox Nation and Sky News Australia! #piersmorgan #vladtv #tupac #djvlad #tupacshakur #interview #debate #talktv
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Hassan Campbell shared insights about his struggles, childhood traumas, and confronting the aftermath of actions driven by his emotions that resulted in him letting his followers down. He emphasized that he isn't seeking revenge but wants people to understand the experience of those in similar situations and to heal each other. Hassan discussed the role of poverty and pain as universal triggers and reflected on a particular time — the holiday season — when he fell into a deep depression without his mother. He also highlighted the crucial necessity for black content creators to address the trials within their communities as opposed to seeking validation from white heroes, touching on the root causes of anger driving young black boys towards crime.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 9: 🤍 Part 11: 🤍 In a recent interview, Vlad and Boosie unveiled a controversy surrounding Yung Bleu, who allegedly requested $50,000 for Boosie's lawyer fees while Boosie was in jail. Upon finding out about Yung Bleu's request, Vlad intended to have a conversation directly with Boosie rather than sending the funds through a third party. Boosie, on his part, denied any knowledge about this, claiming he never asked Yung Bleu for money. He reassured Vlad that he has the means to pay for his own legal battles and that his legal fees had been taken care of promptly. The incident raised suspicion about Yung Bleu's intentions and created a new dilemma for the trio.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 26: 🤍 Part 28: 🤍 Boosie recently opened up to Vlad about battling domestic issues which include confrontation with his daughter, a criminal charge, and disagreement with the mother of his child. The conversation began with Vlad recalling a previous interview where Boosie and his daughter were in disagreement over a car that had been used in a film and music video. Despite Vlad’s suggestions of resolution, Boosie revealed that matters had escalated with him receiving papers for a harassment suit filed by his child’s mother. She allegedly leaked his address online, threatening to send people to his home, prompting a heated response from Boosie. Consequently, she sent his message to the police and filed harassment charges on him. Boosie now faces a warning from Houston PD for the harassment charges, with the possibility of further charges if he contacts her again. This effectively cuts off any communication with his child, marking a new low in their ongoing conflict.
Boosie took viewers on a tour of his sprawling estate. Boosie's house covers 26,000 square feet, includes 13 bedrooms, and 10 baths, and it was built from scratch on a previously raw land of 88 acres. He designed and built the house himself, in phases as funds became available. The mammoth-sized home features personalized decor, including a room dedicated to photos and memories of his loved ones, a salon, a nightclub, a game room, a private elevator, and much more. Take a look above to view the full tour.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 Part 5: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this portion of the conversation with Vlad, The Game recounted an incident back in 2001 where he survived a near-fatal shooting. Known for his tactical approach while dealing drugs in the streets, he narrated how one lapse in judgment almost ended his life. Ignoring the rule of shutting down operations after midnight, he fell into a trap on a night he was alone, resulting in a shooting. During a struggle with one of the intruders, he was shot in the chest, ankle, and stomach. Anticipating a fatal shot, he had mentally prepared for death when an unexpected reprieve came as the gunmen fled. Bleeding and left alone, he managed to dial 911 before passing out, only to wake up weeks later in a hospital. He reflected on his lack of fear during the incident, crediting his detached relationships and lack of familial obligations.
In this VladTV Flashback from 2021, China Mac shares that he believes that Diddy could've helped Black Rob, as he struggled with health issues for years. China Mac also revealed that Black Rob told him that Diddy stole his artist G. Dep from him, which Vlad countered shouldn't have been that big of a deal because G. Dep's career in music didn't go very far. Vlad then commented that Black Rob should've tried to be an A&R for Diddy, which led to a conversation about taking opportunities for yourself.
Notorious former mafia hit man Sammy “The Bull” Gravano sat down for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he started off telling the story of his origins, including his family being from Sicily. After speaking about how his family moved to Brooklyn, Sammy detailed how he got involved with the mob, which led to stories about how he made his way within the organization as a hitman. After working for the Colombo family, Sammy spoke about joining the Gambino family and becoming a made man. Sammy also detailed his success in the construction business. During the conversation, Sammy spoke about John Gotti’s infamous RICO case, being put under FBI surveillance himself, and Gotti getting life without the chance of parole. To hear more, including Sammy speaking about his own prison sentence and release, along with his biography, hit the full interview above.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 30: 🤍 Part 32: 🤍 In this clip, Boosie opens up about the challenges of being a public figure, citing enduring many lawsuits as one example of the complications of fame. He recalls being hit with a wrongful death lawsuit tied to a 2019 music video with rapper Baby Soulja titled 'Dirty K.' He discloses that he didn't provide security for the video shoot, leading to a fatal incident. Vlad also laments the legal system's imbalance for rich individuals, pointing out those suing can secure a lawyer on contingency, while the defendants must pay hefty retainers from their own pockets. He appeals for more direct pleas for help rather than trying to extract money by suing celebrities uninvolved in incidents.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 14: 🤍 Part 16: 🤍 In this clip, Boosie is pressed about rumors alleging he's the man in a scandalous video with Sexyy Red. Boosie denies it heatedly and implies he has no intimate relationship with Sexyy Red. Vlad brings up that Sexyy Red is pregnant, implying the baby could be Boosie's. Boosie deflects this, treating her more as a familiar friend rather than a lover. Later, Vlad and Boosie discuss the recent video leak of SexyyRed. Vlad warns about the dangers of recording intimate moments, while Boosie condemns the act of leaking such tapes. The interview turns toward Sexyy Red's rising career, her unique appeal, and the decision to keep her baby despite her growing fame. Boosie commends the rapper for her 'realness' and resilience, suggesting her circumstances won't hinder her success.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 7: 🤍 Part 9: 🤍 In this clip with Vlad and TK Kirkland, Vlad shared that Michael Jai White had disclosed in a previous interview that Mike Tyson bought a house for a well-known Black female celebrity. Vlad also mentioned how Tyson, during his heyday, had more money than most A-list celebrities and was extremely generous with it. Kirkland attributed his playboy style to Tyson's influence, citing his lavish gift-giving and extravagant pampering of women. Vlad also discussed how Tyson was exploited by his management, recalling how they took gifts Tyson gave away behind his back. An example was cited involving Ed Lover receiving a car from Tyson only for it to be taken back by Tyson's managers. Kirkland agreed, stating that Tyson's management robbed him blind. Later, Vlad speculated about why Keefe D wrote a book, suggesting it was an attempt to tell his side of the story in response to snitching allegations.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 Part 4: 🤍 In this clip, Vlad draws parallels between Keefe D and Alpo Martinez, mentioning how, despite involvement in heavy criminal activity, people managed to turn their lives around. The conversation closely focuses on Keefe D's decision to release a book detailing his illicit past activities. The dialogue concludes with the scrutinization of the societal implications stemming from Keefe D's actions, including the influence and repercussions on various gang circles. Boosie notes that older gang associates tend to instill lessons about serving time gracefully and not voicing issues publicly, thus suggesting Keefe D may have violated these unwritten rules.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 5: 🤍 Part 7: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 The Game discussed his start in music, revealing that he didn't feel as though he had a natural talent for music. Instead, he drew on his life experiences and extensive knowledge of hip hop to push his career forward. He also touched on the origin of his stage name, explaining that his grandmother used the colloquialism "game for anything" to refer to him because of his enthusiasm for a wide variety of activities growing up. When it came time to choose a rap name, his sister suggested he use his childhood nickname.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 Part 5: 🤍 Vanilla Ice opened up about an intense encounter with Suge Knight, the notorious co-founder of Death Row Records. Reflecting on his rising fame, Vanilla Ice recalled how he was unexpectedly met by Knight and five armed men in his hotel room. The meeting turned confrontational when Knight allegedly asked to talk alone with him on the balcony, resulting in one of the rapper's bodyguards being slapped and disarmed. Vanilla Ice detailed how Knight convinced him to join a "fraternity" of celebrities associated with him in return for protection. He emphasized that the encounter he had with Knight was different from the public’s perception who was often friendly and cordial. Unaware at the time, he unknowingly signed away his publishing rights. Despite this, Vanilla Ice insisted he held no bitterness towards Knight and that he never cared about the money.
Keefe D came through for yet another VladTV interview, and he started off speaking about parts of his early life that he didn’t cover in his previous interview, including having six brothers and six sisters. Speaking more about his younger years, Keefe D detailed becoming a South Side Compton Crip when he was in middle school, and he also spoke about being childhood friends with Suge Knight. During the discussion, Keefe D spoke about his nephew Orlando Anderson and his aspirations to become a rapper and watching the formation of Death Row Records. Keefe also spoke about a shooting incident involving Snoop Dogg and 2Pac, and he also addressed claims that Reggie Wright made about him. Moving along, Keefe spoke about seeing things at a Hollywood party with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett, 2Pac, MC Lyte, and Queen Latifah that didn’t sit right with him. The conversation also detailed Keefe D speaking about Orlando being beat up at the MGM, the 2Pac shooting, and comparisons to King Von and 2Pac’s deaths. To hear more, including Keefe speaking about running into Suge after 2Pac’s death, and his beef with Boosie, hit the full interview above.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 27: 🤍 Part 29: 🤍 DJ Akademiks discusses his relationship with Celina Powell and dispels rumors surrounding their alleged romance. Despite being called her ex, Akademiks insists that though they were good friends, they never dated. Misconceptions grew after a misinterpreted social media post implied that he had bought Powell a luxurious G-Wagon. Though he initially anticipated positive attention from the post, Akademiks regrets the confusion it has caused and is keen to squelch rumors. The two also touched on the topic of Celina Powell's infamous reputation in the hip hop community, with Vlad expressing his wariness of getting involved with women who have a notorious history such as Powell. Finally, they examined the changing perceptions of sexuality, reflecting on how leaked sex tapes and explicit content seem to have less impact on public perception or celebrity stature than in the past.
Watch the full interview now as a VladTV Youtube Member - 🤍 Part 11: 🤍 Part 13: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 In this clip, The Game opened up about his time as part of G-Unit. He joined Aftermath, Interscope and G-Unit, quickly appearing on the cover of their mixtapes which were being released rapidly. Being a part of such a popular crew during that time was appreciated by the rapper, who felt it was a step up in his career. However, he asserted he would still have the same level of success even without G-Unit or Dr. Dre's Aftermath, attributing it to his determined mindset. His time in G-Unit wasn't all positive, as he felt only 50 Cent was making money. He aspired for individual success and felt he didn't need G-Unit to establish himself. Despite this, he values his time in G-Unit and the experience he gained, but believes he was destined to stand on his own.
Watch Full Interview: 🤍 Part 1: 🤍 Part 3: 🤍 Vlad and rapper Boosie discuss Keefe D's arrest a significant figure related to Tupac Shakur's long-standing unsolved murder case. Keefe D was initially thought to have immunity. However, as Vlad clarifies, he was under a 'proffer agreement'—allowing for immunity only pertaining to the day's confession, not future statements or writings. The crucial information about Tupac's murder, revealed during the agreement, has resulted in the arrested figure being charged, leaving the possibility of significant jail time due to his age. Vlad has been contacted by the Las Vegas Police Department for cooperation—with the potential of his interviews and unused footage serving as evidence—but has refused, stating a moral boundary against contradicting his journalistic role. Boosie reflects on the concept of karma and its inevitable return, drawing parallels to Tupac's life and demise.