Got damn, got damn, got damn! Rapper Iggy Azalea recently posted for GQ magazine with her boyfriend, Nick Young, who plays for L.A. Lakers. She looks amazing, as usual. (And her man—he doesn’t look too bad either!)
In September of last year, Young tweeted that his #WCW was Iggy and the rest is history. _______READMORE
How unfortunate for all the ladies; it’s true, Trey Songz may in fact be already taken! Although, the 28 year old singer hasn’t publicly announced that he is in a relationship, he has been spotted at recent events kind of close to model, Tanaya Henry.
The beautiful mixed model and jewelry designer was seen with Songz at the GQ Man of the Year event (looking quite comfortable I might add), in a little black dress and a gold upper body chain.She posted two photos of them on her Instagram page with one of the captions, “Found this guy on the street & we went to the GQ man of the year event”.
Drake has certainly come a log way from his ‘Degrassi’ days. The Young Money rapper talks just that and “Starting From The Bottom” single and how it relates to him now. In his new GQ magazine interview, he also addresses his beef with fellow musician Chris Brown, other rappers hating him, and the direction of his forthcoming album, “Nothing Was The Same” and finding true love.Check out a bit of that interview below.
On Other Rappers Hating Him:
“You notice they don’t criticize the music itself, though…I’m okay with that.”
On Ongoing Beef With Chris Brown:
“I hear he has everything he could want now. I don’t want my name to be synonymous with that guy’s name. I really don’t. I wish we could sit down just like you and me are right now, and talk it out man-to-man. But that’s not going to happen._______READMORE
Frank Ocean got the chance to site down with GQ magazine for their December 2012 issue. Ocean speaks about his early beginnings as a musician, his family and father leaving as well as the question on everyone’s mind, why did he come out the closet and why during the time of his album release? A very candid Ocean opens up about all these things and more. Check out some bits of the interview below.
After gracing the cover of GQ‘s ‘Men of the Year’ issue it’s no surprise that Rihanna would be in attendance for the men’s magazine bash, celebrating the issue. The event was held at Chateau Marmont, Tuesday night on November 13, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
Rihanna covers the ‘Men of the Year’ upcoming December issue of GQ magazine. She makes history as the first woman to grace the magazine issue. Although dressed in an open leather jacket, barely covering her breasts, with her hands covering her crotch and her shortly cropped black hair, the singer appears to be totally nude.
By now we all know, Rihanna isn’t afraid to be sexy in her own skin but some people believe this cover may be on the verge of pornography. Do you agree?
Is Rihanna’s GQ cover art or straight porn? Take our poll below.
Premiering their October 2012 issue, GQ magazine chooses the sexy and captivating Denzel Washington for the cover. GQ magazine is known for being a professional mens magazine that focuses on the style and culture of males. The magazine definitely got it right by choosing the 57 year old, actor/director, Denzel Washington. 57?! Can you believe that? _______READMORE
In his interview with GQ magazine the extremely private rapper opens up about some of the most private moments in his life. He also dishes on his wife’s very public announcement of her pregnancy, not having his father around and the kind of father he intends on being.
On his Wife’s Announcement
“It was actually Bey who wanted to [announce] it,” Jay says. “You want to be in control of your life.”
His Dad Walking Out On His Family When He Was 11
“If your dad died before you were born, yeah, it hurts—but it’s not like you had a connection with something that was real,” Jay says. “Not to say it’s any better—but to have that connection and then have it ripped away was, like, the worst. My dad was such a good dad that when he left, he left a huge scar. He was my superhero.”
“[I talked about] what it did to me, what it meant, asked him why. There was no real answer. There was nothing he could say, because there’s no excuse for that. There really isn’t. So there was nothing he could say to satisfy me, except to hear me out. And it was up to me to forgive and let it go.”