Questlove doesn’t usually call out people on social media, but being the vocal entertainer that he is, the Roots drummer decided to vent his frustrations on Instagram regarding one hot television actress.
The video of Walter Scott being gunned down by a South Carolina police officer has shocked the hip-hop and R&B community, with many sounding off on social media and reigniting the conversation of the ongoing problem of police using deadly force on black males -- both young and old.
Believe it or not, the Notorious B.I.G. and The Roots had beef back in the days. Unfortunately, the Philadelphia group couldn't patch things up with the late rapper before his untimely death in March 1997. Drummer Questlove detailed his Biggie story during an episode of the Juan Epstein podcast.
Outside of being the drummer of the Roots, Questlove is an astute hip-hop historian. In an in-depth interview with Time magazine, the Philadelphia native weighs in on Iggy Azalea and the controversy surrounding her newfound success on the charts.
As a member of the Roots, working on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon' and releasing a book last year, Questlove has a pretty good career going for himself. However, there's one thing he's always wanted to do -- play a dead body on 'Law & Order: SVU.' That may sound weird, but the drummer got his chance to do just that last night (March 19).
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