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Things got awkward when Nicole Ari Parker said she wished Boris acted like her boyfriend again on Instagram Live. Billy Sorrell's wife joins us to give her thoughts!

2 Chainz sparked a great hip-hop debate when he said he had the best verse on 'Mercy'. Tory Lanez returns to IG for Quarantine Radio, and Rihanna's dad test positive for COVID-19. Dr. Ian Smith checks in with The Morning Hustle to help with those much needed health and fitness tips for you while the majority of the world is stuck in home quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic. He discusses his latest book, and the multiple ways it will help with your health during these stressful […] Usher reminded everyone that “Climax” is very much his song on Wednesday night as he participated in the #ClimaxChallenge. This “R&Beef” kicked off after The Weeknd said in an interview with Variety that his 2012 album House of Ballons changed the landscape of pop music. “I heard ‘Climax,’ that (2012) Usher song, and was […]

YBN checks in with The Morning Hustle to talk new music, what's keeping him occupied during the quarantine, and when we may get another YBN project.

Of the 512 coronavirus deaths so far, more than 70 percent were African American patients, who make up just 32 percent of the Louisiana's  population. With Easter happening this Sunday, Joel Osteen will still host a service, but it’s all going to be virtual and is featuring some major guests! Kanye West, Mariah Carey, and Tyler Perry will all be apart of the Easter Sunday service, with Kanye West set to perform with his choir. Lore’l fills you in […]

Lore'l fills you in on how social media reacted to the engagement of Jeezy and Jeannie Maii, plus Wendy Williams not being to happy with NeNe Leakes. Lastly, Billy Sorrells gives you the latest update from Donald Trump regarding when we may see professional sports start up again, which we are all anxious to see! 

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Def Comedy Jam returned for the first time singe 1997 with the special "Healing Through Laughter". Simmons said that 100 percent of the profits from the event would go to essential workers and people in underprivileged communities.