We’ve spotted Tracee Ellis Ross, Future and Jaden Smith out and about on the west and east coasts. Peep their candids and find out what they were up to inside…
One of our fave YBF chicks was spotted handling business while enjoying a little retail therapy yesterday.
“black•ish” starlet Tracee Ellis Ross trekked through Beverly Hills on a retail run looking comfortably cute while chatting it up on her cellphone. During her afternoon stroll, the 42-year-old actress rocked a long black dress with sneakers with her curly locs blowing freely in the wind.
Over on the 'gram...
T-Murda is BACK y'all! And she's bringing more funny rap vids. Yesterday, the "black•ish" mom attempted to flex her rap skills on Travis Scott's "Antidote" WITH her grill. Peep the videos above and below.
Gotta love it.
Speaking of rap....
Rapper Future has been traveling across the nation on his DS2 tour to promote his solo LP, Dirty Sprite 2. Ciara’s ex has plenty to celebrate as he copped his 2nd No. 1 album this year, following the release of his joint LP with Drake titled What a Time to Be Alive.
The ATL rapper headed out for lunch at Da Silvano restaurant in the West Village with a few friends yesterday afternoon for some delicious Tuscan cuisine.
Later in the evening....
Future hit the stage to perform at the AWXII kick-off concert with DJ Esco providing the tunes.
Next up? Future will hit the stage in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 1st at the Echostage.
Leaving his girlfriend Sarah Snyder behind, actor/entertainer Jaden Smith was spotted trying to keep a low-profile while shopping in SoHo yesterday.
Jaden is currently filming the Netflix original series “The Get Down” in Brooklyn. So whenever he gets some free time, he’s has been doing these #indigomeetups where he and budding ATL musician Raury tweet a random place to meet up asking fans to wear something to run in. Interesting.
We hear the young YBFer has three new projects in the works including a tv series titled "Brothers in Atlanta," a film titled The Good Lord Bird and he's supposedly reprising his role as Dre Parker in The Karate Kid 2.