Mozzy Calls Rich The Kid A “B*tch” For Trying To Charge Him $4k For A Verse

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Both Sacramento rapper Mozzy and ATL rapper Rich The Kid are bubbling on the music scene, though one could argue that Rich is a bit further along in terms of notoriety. Either way, Mozzy has been getting some major looks as of late, doing songs with Rich Homie Quan, IAMSU! and more, and was apparently hoping to add Rich to that list in the near future as well. In an IG post, Mozzy posted a DM interaction between him and Rich, where Rich informed him that it’d be $4000 for a feature. Mozzy was quite offended, as any other collabs he’s done thus far have been off the strength, and quickly let the world know he wasn’t with the sh*ts. He later deleted the screenshot, but then posted a screenshot of an article about the issue, clarifying his stance further.


(Video) Lil Wayne Says It’s Still “F*ck Cash Money” At Denver Concert

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Last night, Lil Wayne performed at the MassRoots 420 Rally in Denver. His set was the usual medley of hits and crowd interaction, but a clip that’s surfaced online has an interesting highlight. “Say, ‘f*ck the bullsh*t!’” Wayne prompted the crowd, to which they echoed the words right back. “And F*CK Cash Money,” he yelled, before instructing his DJ to go into the next song. Looks like that beef is still very much alive, despite Wayne and Birdman having been photographed together earlier this year, and even appearing on a record together. In his recent interview with Ebro In The Morning, Birdman said he’s not holding Wayne back from releasing anything and that Tha Carter 5 dropping is all on Wayne…but this seems to tell a different story. Hmm! Check out the clip below, courtesy of my homie TZ, who was in attendance.


Jim Jones Speaks On Beef With Cam’Ron

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Earlier this year, Jim Jones and Cam’Ron got a little petty on Instagram. On the anniversary of the Diplomats‘ debut album, Diplomatic Immunity Volume 1, Jim posted the album cover on his page, and added in the caption, “Somebody tell #KillaCam to unblock me lol.” A couple of weeks later, they took a few shots at each other in the comments of one of Cam‘s photos – but it was nothing out of the realm of usual sibling pettiness. (They’re not actually brothers, but they might as well be.)


(Videos) Joe Budden Responds To People Who Think Drake Might Diss Him

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Last week, Joe Budden dedicated a majority of his popular podcast to discussing Drake’s Views album, expressing his disappointment with what he says is a lack of growth on Drake’s part. Budden has been an avid Drake fan since the Comeback Season days, and Drake too has expressed his love for Budden’s rhymes in the past. The guys have a rapport as well, hanging out here and there when Drake is in NYC – so needless to say, the podcast was not a diss, but rather a constructive critique from a restless fan…despite its seemingly harsh delivery at times because of Budden’s raised voice. (Hey, he’s a passionate guy…) After Budden’s views on Views became a worldwide trending topic last week, the internet went wild once again yesterday, when what seems to be a potential diss track from Drake popped up in the form of a Snapchat snippet from French Montana. Drizzy and French were in the studio on Tuesday night and recorded a song, and thus far, the only part of Drake’s verse that French has previewed is Drake saying, “Pump, pump it up!”


Behind The Lyrics: Drake Shades Rick Ross & Tory Lanez On “Weston Road Flows”

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On Friday, Drake released his latest album, Views. On the 40-produced “Weston Road Flows,” there was definitely some shade toward Rick Ross and Tory Lanez. The Tory beef has been brewing for a minute so that comes as no surprise, but the Rozay shot is a bit interesting, though it’s understandable considering the Meek Mill situation.


iLoveMakonnen Speaks On Drake “Diss”

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Last week, it was confirmed that iLoveMakonnen was no longer signed to Drake‘s OVO Sound label. At press time, the “Tuesday” singer released a statement thanking Drake and the whole crew for everything they’d done for him, assuring that there was nothing but love in the decision to separate. It didn’t appear to be that way over the weekend, however. “What’s the name of that dumb ass album with the sky sh*t?” Makonnen said on Snapchat on Sunday, referring to Drake’s Nothing Was The Same. He then answered a fan’s question about leaving the label:

“Why’d you leave OVO because I was underweight now, when I was overweight they was f*cking with me, that’s what OVO stands for Overweight only.”


(Videos+Photos) Five Times Tory Lanez Took Shots At Drake!

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Tory Lanez has definitely made his imprint into the game ever since “Say It” broke the radio waves mid last year, Now for a while Tory Lanez has put in alot of hard work as an artist up North.


(Photos) YG & DJ Mustard FINALLY Squash Their Beef

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For almost a year and a half YG & DJ Mustard have been out of the spotlight as a rapper/producer combo, for their signature trap sound taking off’s profits have been a big issue between the two. Now, the two dead the beef and move on hopefully to make some new music for the audience. Hit the jump for the reveal!


(Photos) Erykah Badu & Azealia Banks Squash Their Beef

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In 2015, Erykah Badu responded to a fan who’d asked if she listens to Azealia Banks, and wrote, “Tried.” Simple enough, but of course because Azealia is Azealia, she couldn’t take it in stride. She responded to Badu with, “…. Jealousy,” and then a brief exchange occurred, with Azealia actually wanting to fight Badu. SMH! Now over a year later, the pair have buried the hatchet, after Badu decided to extend an olive branch to her younger peer. “sis. 1 thing I know 4sho about YOU is that you r an advocate 4 your folks. For that I humbly apologize,” she tweeted. Banks then accepted the apology, an added, “i apologize for all the stupid things I said in response. I honestly look up to you and think your incredible.” Check out the full exchange in the gallery!


Ice Cube & Gene Simmons Are Still Going At It Over Hip-Hop Being In The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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Ice Cube and KISS rocker Gene Simmons have been going back and forth since last week, following Cube’s speech during N.W.A.’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. In his speech, Cube shot back at Simmons’ comments in a recent Rolling Stone article, where he said he couldn’t wait for hip-hop to be finished, and that he feels the genre should not be in a hall of fame for rock and roll. You can read what was said here. For their latest, Cube has written out a lengthy reply via Twitter (one that he had to attach a screenshot of a note to get everything in,) and Gene too has replied on the social network. Neither party is backing down at this point, but I’m really going to need Gene to stop referencing a “Rap Hall of Fame.” NO SUCH THING, so it is irrelevant to any argument! Check out their replies in the gallery and let us know your thoughts.


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