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

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.


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

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: Macklemore Disses Iggy Azalea On “White Privilege II”; Iggy Responds

In 2005, Macklemore released the song “White Privilege” on his album, The Language Of My World. Now as he gears up to release his new album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made with Ryan Lewis, he’s released part 2, and it’s definitely sparking a lot of conversations. “We’re more concerned with being called racist than we are with racism,” Macklemore raps on the song, as he looks into the topic of the racial injustice in America, his motives understandably being questioned when he wants to help with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and more.


(Video) 50 Cent Disses Meek Mill & MMG On Stage; Meek Answers Fif

After it came out that Meek might have taken shots at 50 on one of his new records, Fif was on stage(I think in Sweden) and decided to speak on the Meek/Drake beef and how good Drizzy got Meek with the ‘shout to all my boss bi**hes’ line. He goes on to say no one knows the name of any Meek Mill song even though many in the crowd were screaming out the name ?.


(Video) Looks Like Meek Mill Has Another Drake Diss On The Way On #DC4!

Could we be going into another round of the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef? The drama between the former friends has cooled down since the summer, though Meek took a small shot since then by collaborating with another musical act who cite Drizzy as a foe, The Sauce Twinz. That never garnered a response, however, and all parties have since kept it moving. Now in a new snippet that has surfaced from Meek’s forthcoming Dreamchasers 4 mixtape, it appears he’s going for a Drake diss once again, and this time – he sounds like he means business!


(Video) Erykah Badu Apologizes (SORTA) To Iggy Azalea

UPDATE: Iggy Azalea responded to Erykah Badu’s apology video via Twitter, saying that she accepts and appreciates it. She even went as far as to acknowledge Badu’s joke about her kids loving Iggy but acting up in school. She said, “Tell the kids I’m a big fan of mom, even if we don’t agree where to file my music in their iTunes folder.” She then revealed she will be going on tour soon & invited Erykah’s kids and friends (if they have good grades) to a show anytime. Click the gallery to see her full response. ORIGINAL: Incase you missed it, Erykah Badu hosted the 2015 Soul Train Awards just a few weeks back. While hosting Ms. Badu took a shot at Iggy Azalea while acting out a skit. While answering a pretend cell phone, Badu said, “Who is this? Iggy Azalea? Yeah, hey… no, no, no, you can come, ’cause what you doin’ is definitely not rap.” Following the awards, Iggy came back from her social media hiatus to respond to the comments. Since then things got quiet between the two, that was until Erykah Badu opened up her Twitter for a Q&A with fans. One fan asked her, “why you do Iggy like that” and her answer turned out to be a video apology to the rapper from down under. Check out out below.


Behind The Lyrics: Rick Ross Comes For Drake and Wayne (or Birdman?) On “Color Money”

Yesterday afternoon, Rick Ross released a song called “Color Money,” which is a cut off his forthcoming album Black Market, dropping this Friday. Around the 1:20 mark, Rozay has some interesting lyrics:

My lil homie made a million on his girl tour We back to back and down to whack a n*gga’s unborn Miami n*ggas got them changing all the gun laws So run Forest, got some shooters and they dying too I got more money than that p*ssy that you’re signed to


Kevin Federline Says Beyoncé Looks Fake and Full of Botox

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Kevin Federline must be on that good ish, because he signed himself up for a world of trouble on Twitter over the weekend! After seeing a photo of Jay Z and Beyoncé at the Canelo vs. Cotto fight on Saturday night, Kevin first replied to the pic saying, “she looks botoxed,” then added his two [additional] cents:

“So sad when a beautiful woman chops and screws her face up w/ Botox and surgery… #sawface”

Ummm…does this guy really want it with the BeyHive? You KNOW they don’t play, especially with a cornball like him. He hasn’t tweeted since, so perhaps he’s realized the sh*tstorm he stepped in and is trying to let it cool off for a while…


(Video) The Game Takes Shots At Young Thug During Concert Performance

The Game and Young Thug are back at it when it comes to their beef. The Game refueled the fire after taking shots at Young Thug during an interview at The Breakfast Club. However, it didn’t end there, during a performance at Skee TV Live Game performed his hit ‘Hate It Or Love It’ and at the end went off on a freestyle taking shots at Thug once again. Check out the performance below.


(Video) $10,000 Bounty For Tyga’s Chain

Miami rapper Stitches isn’t too fond of fellow rapper Tyga. So much to the point that he put a price on the California based rapper’s jewlery. Yes, there’s now a bounty for Tyga’s chain.


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