In a statement signed by three dozen Zulu Nation leaders, the organization took responsibility for their role in victim-shaming.

If the allegations are true, the victims are likely in need of intensive therapy Terrie M. Williams, a mental health expert and author of Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We're Not Hurting tells NewsOne. And if the allegations are true, Bambaataa, a founder of the hip hop movement who mentored scores of young men, is likely in need of intensive therapy himself, Williams says.

Hip Hop Pioneer Afrika Bambaataa is being accused of sexual abuse and child molestation by several men. The troubling accusations have rocked the entire Hip Hop community and caused several people to wonder about what has been going on with Bambaattaa over the last 30 years. Speaking to CBS Afrika said “I never abused nobody. […]

The hip hop legend has some serious accusations being made against him, that could change the course of history.

Afrika Bambaataa is in hot water after being accused of sexually abusing hundreds of young boys throughout his early days in hip-hop.

Afrika Bambaataa, one of Hip-Hop’s founding fathers, believes that the genre of Hip-Hop music has been hijacked by a Luciferian conspiracy to poison the minds of its listeners.

A number of influential Hip-Hop artists and activists will gather to celebrate the 37th anniversary of the Universal Zulu Nation, one of Hip-Hop's oldest organizations dedicated to advancing the culture.