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#Hot16: Your weekly rundown

Jaden and Willow drop more Smith-isms; lyin' Ryan Lochte is going dancing; Donald Trump talked to Mexico about this wall.

Interview Magazine // Steven Klein

Puff Daddy had a helluva week. First he opened a school in Harlem, his home neighborhood. Then he rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange. And the Bad Boy Family Reunion tour kicked off in Chicago on Thursday night.

Rapper Young M.A dropped "OOOUUU" and set the radio on fire this summer. REVOLT got the chance to sit with her in the legendary Apollo Theatre and learn why she feels she's something the game has never seen before.

The cast of the 23rd season of Dancing With the Stars was announced. Putting on their sequins and satin will be retired Detroit Lions player Calvin Johnson, lyin' ass Ryan Lochte, Olympic queen Simone Biles, Amber Rose, Babyface, and Vanilla Ice.

Pray for Chris Brown. The entertainer was arrested and charged with a felony. After he was later freed on bail, he decided to "turn the other cheek" by dropping a new song. Meanwhile, his lawyer said the police did not find a gun in Brown's home during their search.

Jaden and Willow smith gave another one of those interviews that leaves us asking, "Are we crazy, or them?" No matter; it was inspiring either way.

Donald Trump traveled to Mexico on Wednesday for a meeting with President Enrique Peña Nieto. Afterward he reported on Twitter that "Mexico will pay for the wall." Nieto disagrees with that statement, however.

Frank Ocean racked up a cool $1 million in the first week of Blonde's release, as an indie artist.

Lil Yachty says he can't name five Biggie or Tupac songs. Anderson. Paak says that's nothing to be proud of. We're rolling with Paak on this one.

Several celebs were affected during an especially violent week. T-Pain's niece was fatally stabbed in Tallahassee; Dwyane Wade's cousin was shot and killed pushing her newborn in Chicago; and Janelle Monae's cousin was shot and killed in a drive-by.

The ever-stunning Solange was picked for Michael Kors' first-ever street style campaign.

Nas, Kehlani, Noname, and Little Simz are joining Lauryn Hill's Diaspora Calling!tour this fall.

Last year Pharrell, Robin Thicke, and T.I. were handed a $7.3 million lawsuit in a copyright infringement case bought by Marvin Gaye's estate. Pharrell is appealing the verdict, and 212 artists are standing behind him.

Brock Turner got out of jail on Friday after serving only half of his six-month sentence in the Stanford rape case.

Colin Kaepernick is donating the first $1 million of his salary this year to various community organizations. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback has become the center of controversy after news spread that he is protesting before games by refusing to stand during the National Anthem.

The internet had a LOT to say about the album cover for No, My Name is Jeffery. So we asked the one person who's opinion just might matter most: his fiancée, Jerrika.

And Drake and Rihanna... well, they did what they do. Long live #AubRih.

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