(Video) Young Thug Taking Subliminal Shots At Lil Wayne Or Nah???

My name is been it and I ain’t in it, but I will tell you this … Young Thug is taking shots at Lil Wayne with this one. Yes, Thugga is pointing the finger and on the receiving end in Tunechi. Talk about a messy situation, this is the definition of it. Lil Wayne is progressively making his transition away from Birdman and all things Cash Money. While he’s moving away, Young Thug seems to be sliding into the now open position as Birdman Jr, expressing his “love” and all. Weezy on the other hand, has taken his gift of rhyming to throw jabs at the camp that raised him, with the release of his latest mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait 2. Fans of Mr. Carter barely got the chance to learn the lyrics of the tape before being hit the shocking news of a lawsuit for $8 million (Wayne being the one to file). Now, adding salt to this wounded situation are the subliminal shots. ENTER social media. Click down bottom for more.

(Photos + Video) Ooh, Check Out Who Lil Wayne Just Hit The Studio With!

After partying on Sunday night at Miami hot spot LIV together, Lil Wayne and none other than the Migos were spotted in the studio this week! Lil Wayne is currently working on the pending Tha Carter V, as well as a Sorry For The Wait 2 mixtape while all of the C5 drama gets cleared, while Migos will sooner than later be putting out their debut album. The trio were also supposed to be putting out a joint mixtape with Bobby Shmurda but…we all know how that went. Could they be working on a joint for one of those projects? Perhaps something totally separate? Either way, I’m excited for these guys to get together! I always thought Weezy would sound dope on Migos’ “Fight Night,” (don’t know why,) so this pairing is something I’m totally here for! What do you guys think? Check the pics in the gallery and video below and let us know your thoughts!

IFWT Exclusive: The FULL Story Of What Happened Between Drake & Diddy That Night!

If you’ve been living under a rock, then you may not know that this past Sunday, Drake and Diddy got into quite a scuffle at Miami nightclub, LIV. As the week has gone on, details about the situation have trickled out from various news sources, and today, IFWT has even more exclusive details from TWO people on the scene. Let’s recap what has been confirmed thus far first: 1. The fight was NOT over Cassie, but rather Drake’s song, “0-100.” 2. Diddy was pissed that Drake just took the beat and ran with it, despite the fact it was given to them by its producer, Boi-1da, for them BOTH to be on. 3. Drake didn’t want to wait around for Diddy any longer, who was “sitting on” the song, so that’s when he recorded the now Grammy-nominated “0-100” and put it out. 4. Diddy has been pissed about this for MONTHS, even throwing shots toward Drake to an entire club back in June, but the video flew under the radar. 5. Sunday at LIV was the first time the guys have seen each other since Drake put the song out. 6. Drake was hospitalized for a dislocated shoulder following the fight. Now, as we mentioned, IFWT spoke with 2 sources on the scene, and we have more details for you below!

(Video) Meek Mill’s Monster 24K Lifestyle & Diddy Performs, “Levels” Verse At LIV Nightclub!

Jadakiss, Russell Simmons, Wale, Lil Wayne and so many more! It was LIVE at LIV nightclub in Miami. Meek Mill bought out the team to celebrate the soon-to-be-released Monster24K headphones. The Philly born emcee hung around with Nas, and Diddy, who performed his verse from the, “Levels” track. Hit the jump to check out the party.

(Photos) Lindsay Lohan & Kim Kardashian Kick It In Miami & Talk About What?!

Just a few days ago, KOWTK star Kim Kardashian and actress Lindsay Lohan rekindled their friendship and had a heart-to-heart at Club LIV in Miami’s Fontainebleau Wednesday night. Click below to find out what the two were chopping it up about

(Video) Lil Wayne Throws Birthday Celebration At LIV

Derick G captures all the fun at Lil Wayne’s LIV birthday bash! See the crazy footage of Wayne living it up below!

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