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Beyonce's Brown Skin Girls (For Boys)

Cause dark skin boys need love too! Rapper Anye Elite surprised listeners with a remix of Beyonce Knowles-Carter's brown skin girls as well as an accompanying music video. The cover art features a picture of a young boy (Elite's nephew) sailing, the essence of black boy joy goals. In the remix, Elite flips the scripts to uplift men and boys from the African diaspora and touches on some of the discriminations they face. Why he can't get an interview. Even thought he went to college. Every time my brother walks by, them basics reaching for they wallets. The song on Soundcloud. And all other music streaming services.

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Gay "Comedy Thriller" PNP Out Today

Sampson McCormick stars and directs new movie. Happy Halloween to all the Icon City citizens. It's been a really eventful holiday, from the sexy power bottoms, er rangers breaking our servers to Ciara's Beyonce tribute. Today's trick and treats come courtesy of award winning comedian Sampson Mccormick who's been in headlines lately regarding his beef with former love and hip-hop star, Milan Christopher. In fact his new movie, Party-N-Play was supposed to feature the gay rapper. Instead the final project features Rayne Bryant pictued below from the Triangle series From what we've seen in previews, Party-N-Play is sure to full of gags, laughs and tons of nice asses. Check it out below.

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"Earth Is Ghetto" Challenge Goes Viral

Aliah Sheffield's song has become an anthem for African-American despair after U.S. Capitol breach. Neo-Soul singer Aliah Sheffield's latest tune "Earth is Ghetto" has struck a chord in the aftermath of the January 6 2021 attack on the United States Capitol. In the soulful video clip the singer appears to express the hopelessness many black americans are feeling after watching a mob of white supremacist storm congressional offices in a plot to assassinate Vice-President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. In the song Sheffield pleads with aliens for refugee status"can you beam me up" she sings. Check it out below: After receiving shares from Insecure star Amanda Seales, Rosario Dawson and Real Housewife of Potomac Candace Dillard, youtubers and instagrammers joined the chorus. Here are some of our faves: 1. Candace Dillard Bassett 2. Anye Elite 3. Donna Lugassy 4. Natica Music (In Spanish!!!!!) 5. Kyasha Send your cover to info@iconcity.net

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"I Thought He Was A Quiet Ally" Says Anye Elite of DaBaby

Unfortunate? Yes. Canceled? Not so much? In an interview, this morning with Palm Spring's KGAY 106.5 radio personality John Taylor, rapper and Icon City / #FunnyMoneyRock founder Anye Elite was asked to weigh in on the scandal surrounding fellow hip-hop artist DaBaby specifically a set of disparaging comments he made about gay men and people living with HIV, AIDS, and other STDS. As you likely recall Dababy asked male concertgoers during a performance to put their lighters in the air if they didn't engage in oral sex with another man in the parking lot and if they didn't come to the concert carrying an std. When asked whether or not Dababy would be able to seek redemption Elite answered in the affirmative citing the divisive political culture as evidence that there will still be a strong audience of people that want to listen to the disgraced artist. More interestingly is the idea that Elite thought Dababy was secretly some type of "ally" of the gay community when he recorded a song with superstar rapper Lil Nas X who's made history as the first openly black gay one to score a #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. The conversation changed once Lil Nas X was brought up as Elite suggested that people looking to excuse Dababy's comments will look to Lil Nas X's provocative presence in the music industry as justification. Catch the 4 min chat below:

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"Iyanla" & "Mamma's Boiz" Star Tells All

Our exclusive covers everything from gay porn to gay erasure. On the first episode of a new Icon City News series titled "The Sit", actor, author, and model Cornell C. Sewell sits down with Icon City's Anye Elite and Venni to discuss how he feels about Iyanla ignoring his acting achievements on the latest episode of her Own network show. After discussing the latest hot topics, Venni and Anye get Cornell to open up about the behind the scenes operation at "Fix My Life" and what he thinks Iyanla should have included. Skip past the hot topics and check out at 15:40

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"THAT'S SO RAVEN" STAR ALLEGES SEXUAL ENCOUNTER WITH NICK CANNON

Is it true? Does it even matter? Today a video on WorldStarHipHop came out featuring former That's So Raven actor, Orlando Brown claiming that Nick Cannon gave him oral sex. In the video (featured above) Orlando Brown says the following: "Fine, you want me to tell everybody? You want me to let everybody know? Okay, fine. Nick, I let you suck my dick," Brown said. "I let Nick suck my dick... Everybody knows you did it as a female. But, Nick you sucked my dick. Nick been sucking dick." Who's to say if this can be believed or not? Orlando's previous mental health issues have been well publicized. There was even a recent video showing him roaming around Las Vegas without any shoes. Why do 90's - 00's stars wait until they've already lost credibility to make these allegations? If you think this sounds reminiscent of allegations made against former B2K member Omarion by Raz B, you wouldn't be alone. Both Raz B and Orlando Brown have reportedly battled with drugs, and resented the fact that their childhood careers didn't transition to successful adult ones like the people they accused. Those similarities are often used by fans and homophobes alike to deny the existence of queer behavior among our elite or at least to disregard specific allegations. Maybe they are right. Another consideration could be that the drug habits were formed during these career peaks to cope with being hyper sexualized at an early age or an unwanted attraction to members of their same gender. Unfortunately, in these two specific cases we might never know! Nick Cannon Had Literally Just Accused Eminem Of Something Similar In a weird twist of irony Nick Cannon said this about Eminem in a recent diss track. "I heard your chauffeur got a video of you sucking a cock," "You paid him off then laid him off/Now who really the opps." Why Are Black Men Still Weaponizing Homophobia In 2019? As a gay rapper (music video below) the thing that I find most troubling is that these guys still want to act like there is something wrong with being gay in the first place. I just hope we do get better with this quickly.

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"Yass Lawt" by Anye Elite

Anye Elite performing the controversial "Yass Lawt" for the first time at Jewels Catch One in Los Angeles, California. Yass Lawt is the first single off of Anye's "No Faux" album out now.

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"Yass Lawt" by Anye Elite

Anye Elite performing the controversial "Yass Lawt" for the first time at Jewels Catch One in Los Angeles, California. Yass Lawt is the first single off of Anye's "No Faux" album out now.

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#AsiansForBlackLives?

For the second morning in a row I was awoken by another story of a white police officer shooting African-American men. Even though I'd expect myself to be numb by this point, this sort of violence is a pretty frequent occurrence nowadays. As I scrolled through the #blacklivesmatter feed on Instagram I found solidarity from an unexpected source. The picture above was the first thing to make me smile all day. As a black man sometimes it really feels like the whole world is against us. Let's face it I've been so busy mourning consider how other communities are reacting to this endless hashtag curation of state sanctioned homicides. It turns out many asian american are just as disgusted as many African-American. It does turn out this support is also fueled by what some see as an obligation to repay a moral debt. I know Drake said no new friends but I'm making an exception! Thanks!

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#AsiansForBlackLives?

For the second morning in a row I was awoken by another story of a white police officer shooting African-American men. Even though I'd expect myself to be numb by this point, this sort of violence is a pretty frequent occurrence nowadays. As I scrolled through the #blacklivesmatter feed on Instagram I found solidarity from an unexpected source. The picture above was the first thing to make me smile all day. As a black man sometimes it really feels like the whole world is against us. Let's face it I've been so busy mourning consider how other communities are reacting to this endless hashtag curation of state sanctioned homicides. It turns out many asian american are just as disgusted as many African-American. It does turn out this support is also fueled by what some see as an obligation to repay a moral debt. I know Drake said no new friends but I'm making an exception! Thanks!

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#ByeTulsi Trending After Clinton Outs Gabbard As Russian Plant

The rumors have been out, but now there's weight. 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is back in the news after suggesting that there was a russian plant inside the Democratic primary race. Although she didn't say any names, her use of the feminine pronoun and the stories already circulating on the topic left one suspect. The idea is that since she will obviously lose the nomination, she'll then drop out and run for president as a third party candidate ala Jill Stein. TULSI GABBARD: Suspected Russian Plant In 2019 Election Why are people saying that? 1. She was vocally against the impeachment of Donald Trump. 2. An NBC News report show that the same bots that were used to support Trump were reactivated to support Tulsi Gabbard. 3. Her positions are often aligned with the interests of Vladimir Putin. Her response to Hillary's non-mention was extremely suspect! Despite the fact that there are 5 other female candidates in the primary she responded like this: Is a vote for Gabbard a vote for Putin or worse, more Trump?

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#FMR Panel Crowns Lil Nas X King Of Gay Rap

Devil worshipping aside of course. Lil Nas X has proven that his 2019 success was no fluke and that he's truly talented at keeping the people talking (which to be honest is as important as musical talent.) Lil Nas X born Monterro has masterfully used his personal journey of coming out and self-acceptance to gain magazine covers and media coverage. His almost instant responses to those who would dare to troll him are equally iconic. Of course some of this week's panelists like go-go dancer Warren So Fine and recording in their own right wanted to make it clear that there are other ways to put on for the community.

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