(FreshAsFrankie) It seems Meek Mill either didn’t get the memo that his beef with Drake was squashed or chose to discard the message. Regardless, don’t expect those two to collaborate on new music anytime soon.
The confusion stems from a recent interview Meek’s boss, Rick Ross, did with “Best Seat In The House.” He said that he had met Drizzy face-to-face and worked things out.
“We actually sat down. Shout out to J. Prince,” Ross said. “It was really just [bosses having a conversation]. We wasn’t even discussing anything negative because by the time we get in the room, it’s so much other things going on that it’s already let’s get on some money. But I had to just make sure we sat down to have some sort of understanding.”
TMZ reports that despite an “understanding” being reached between Ross and Drake, sources close to Meek say there’s been too much bad blood spilled for him to mend the rift.
(NewsnMusic) 21 Vs. 22 Savage (Presented By DJ Warface & Grenade Crown)
01 – Hardo – Who Ya Gang (Ft 21 Savage & Jimmy Wopo) [Prod By Stevie B]
02 – 22 Savage – Aint No 21 (21 Savage Diss) [Prod By Lil Lody Drum Dummie]
03 – Young Crazy – Move Bales (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Readyrock James]
04 – 22 Savage – Jumpin [Prod By Cosa Nostra Kidd]
05 – Lil Murden – Wake Up (Ft 21 Savage)
06 – 22 Savage – Pay 4 It [Prod By Arkade Stvtion]
07 – Lil Mikey – Born Wit It (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Dj Plugg Dj Mlk]
08 – 22 Savage – Run It
09 – 22 Savage – Freak Hoe
10 – Young Doplh – 150 (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Zaytoven]
11 – Lightshow – Need A Lighter (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Dee Aye Of Tha Coalition]
12 – 22 Savage – Hit That 22
13 – News – 22 Savage Arrested On Murder Charge
15 – Shwon – Dont Run Down (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Spiffy Global]
16 – 22 Savage – No Heart
17 – Ralo – Flexin On Purpose (Ft Lil Uzi Vert Young Thug 21 Savage)
18 – 22 Savage – Life I Live
19 – 21 Savage – Bullshit (Ft Dae Dae) [Prod By London]
20 – 22 Savage – Robotic [Prod By Filthy Rich Beats]
21 – Lil Yachty – Guap (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By 1Klowkey]
22 – (Bonus) Shang – Faded (Ft 21 Savage) [Prod By Kid Class Menson Beats]
(NewsnMusic) J Cole came out with guns blazing on a newly released song titled “One Day Everybody Gotta Die.” On one verse he seems to be taking aim at Lil Yachty.
“Bunch of words and ain’t sayin’ sh!t, I hate these rappers/ Especially the amateur eight week rappers/ Lil’ whatever, just another short bus rapper/ Fake drug dealers turn tour bus trappers/ Napoleon complex, you this tall rappers/ Get exposed standin’ next to 6’4″ rappers/ The streets don’t f*** with you, you Pitchfork rappers/ Chosen by the white man, you hipster rappers/ I reload the clip, then I hit more rappers with that/ Straight shittin’ on these pi$$-poor rappers, I’m back,” Cole raps.
While in Los Angeles recently Yachty stopped by radio station Power 106to visit The Cruz Show. He was asked if he had heard the song and what he thought of it.
“It was cool. I don’t listen to J. Cole,” Lil Boat responded. “It flooded my sh!t … it was everywhere. ‘Cause everybody say he was talking about me. I listened to it and he said ‘Lil.’ I’m not little. My name has Lil in it, but I’m not little. It’s a lot of little rappers.”
The 2016 XXL Freshman rapper was asked who Cole could have been talking about it it wasn’t him.
“Either me or [Lil Uzi Vert]. Honestly, I don’t give a f*ck,” he said. “I f*ck with J. Cole, but i don’t listen to him.”
(NewsnMusic) 21 Savage has been very open about his desire to take Tyga’s girlfriend,Kylier Jenner, away from him. That has led to a brewing beef between the rappers.
The beginning of this conflict dates back to July of 2015, when 21 boldly stated that Kylie would be his via Twitter.
“Kylie Jenner Gone Be Mine She Need A Real Savage,” he tweeted.
Fast forward to November 21, when the 2016 XXL Freshman emcee tweeted out a photo of Kylie wearing nothing but a t-shirt. The pic was accompanied by several “lovely eyes” emojis.
TMZ caught up with 21 last week to ask him about his lust for the 19-year old reality television star.
“I’d tear that a** up,” he told the cameraman
A snippet of a Tyga diss song appeared online Friday, December 2. It references 21 receiving a Ferrari from Drake for his 24th birthday last month.
“Why you got one car in a 12-car garage/ sucking d*** for a Ferrari, make sure you lick the balls,” T-Raww raps.
The “Rack City” hit maker also posted an Instagram photo of himself and Kylie with the caption quoting a line from the song “Imaginary Players” byJay Z: “Selling records being you, but still you want to be me.”
21 fired back by posting a Kylie photo on IG with the caption: “Shout out to my boss b****** wifing n*****.”
Several threatening videos from the “No Heart” rapper also popped up online.
In one of the he raps:
“Eeny meeny miny mo, catch a rapper by the toe/ If he diss me I’ma buck, buck, buck!” he says while pointing a gun at the camera.
“You playing with the wrong one, f*ckboy. I’m gonna kill your b!tch a$$. Not lying, b!tch. Straight up. I’ve got motherf*cking money to get, b!tches to f*ck, p*ssy a$$ n!ggas to kill and now you on my list,” 21 threatens in another video.
In a Twitter post Saturday morning, November 3, 21 indicated that some videos might be old.
“it ain’t dat serious mf posting old a$$ videos this sh!t done went to far it was funny at first,” he tweeted. it ain’t dat serious mf posting old ass videos this shit done went to far it was funny at first
(NewsnMusic) J. Cole released a documentary titled “Eyez” on Tidal Thursday, December 1, in preparation for the release of his forthcoming album titled “4 Your Eyez Only.”
Two songs, presumably from the project are heard in the doc. One of them titled “False Prophets” appears to take aim at Kanye West.
“Life is a balance/You lose your grip you could slip into an abyss/No doubt, you see these n!ggas trippin’/Ego in charge of every move, he’s a star/ And we can’t look away due to the days when he caught our hearts/He’s falling apart but we deny it/ Justifying the half-a$$ed sh!t he drop, we always buy it.
When he tell us he a genius but it’s clearer lately/ It’s been hard for him to look into the mirror lately/There was a time when this n!gga was my hero maybe/That’s the reason why his fall from grace is hard to take/’Cause I believed him when he said his sh!t was purer and he the type of n!gga swear he real but all around is fake.
The women, the d!ckriders, you know, the yes men/ Nobody with the balls to say something to contest him/So it grows out of control/ Until the person that he truly was all along is starting to show.
Damn, wonder what happened/ Maybe it’s my fault for idolizing n!ggas based of the words they be rapping/ Come to find out these n!ggas don’t even write they sh!t/ Hear some new style bubbling up and they bite the sh!t/ Damn, that’s what I get for lying to myself/ F*ck it, what’s more important is he’s crying out for help/ While the world’s egging him on I’m begging him to stop it/ Playing his old sh!t knowing he won’t top it.”
(NewsnMusic) Back in April 2015, Lil Wayne’s tour bus was ambushed with gunshots after his performance at a nightclub in Atlanta. After the incident, Birdman and Young Thug were accused of plotting to kill Weezy in the attack. The shooting was carried out by Jimmy Carlton Winfrey – also known as Peewee Roscoe – who later pled guilty to firing at the bus carrying Wayne and his crew. In November 2015, Winfrey was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Now, over a year since the incident, Weezy’s bus driver, Alvin Lewis, has filed a lawsuit against the alleged conspirators.
Lewis is suing Winfrey, Young Thug, Birdman, Cash Money Records and Young Money Records, according to Courthouse News. He is suing for the mental anguish he suffered after being caught in the crossfire. In his suit, Lewis says Winfrey called both Birdman and Thug before and after the shooting occurred on Interstate 285. He said neither of the rappers “repudiated Winfrey’s heinous acts.”
“Defendants placed [the] Plaintiff in immediate fear of death and severe bodily harm by attacking and attempting to kill him without any just provocation or cause,” the complaint states.
Birdman has since denied any involvement.
No one was injured in the shooting, but Winfrey’s suit states the incident caused $20,000 in bus damages. He also said he “suffered and continues to suffer substantial and continuing pain […] suffering, discomfort, medical expenses, lost personal and professional property and lost wages.”
(NewsnMusic) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — From New York to Illinois to California, in red states as well as blue, protesters decrying Donald Trump’s election spent another night overtaking highways, smashing store windows, igniting fires and in at least one city, facing pepper spray and rubber projectiles from police trying to clear the streets.
The demonstrations stretched into a third straight night Thursday and came to a head in Portland, Oregon, where thousands marched and chanted, “We reject the president-elect!” while some lit firecrackers and sparked a dumpster blaze.
Officers began physically pushing back against the crowd that at times threw objects at them, making 26 arrests and using flash-bang devices and types of smoke or tear gas to force people to disperse.
Trump himself fired back, tweeting: “Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!”
Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!
In Portland, police termed the protest a riot after some 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area. After giving several orders to leave, officers fired what appeared to be rubber projectiles. It was not immediately clear if anyone was hit.
The number of protesters dwindled by early Friday, and police ordered those still in the streets to disperse immediately or be “subject to arrest and the use of riot-control agents.”
In Denver, protesters briefly shut down a freeway near downtown. Police said demonstrators made their way onto Interstate 25, stopping traffic for about a half-hour.
Protesters also briefly shut down highways in Minneapolis and Los Angeles.
In downtown San Francisco, high school students called out “not my president” as they marched, holding signs urging a Trump eviction. They waved rainbow banners and Mexican flags, as bystanders in the heavily Democratic city gave them high-fives from the sidelines.
“As a white, q**** person, we need unity with people of color, we need to stand up,” said Claire Bye, a 15-year-old sophomore at Academy High School. “I’m fighting for my rights as an LGBTQ person. I’m fighting for the rights of brown people, black people, Muslim people.”
In New York City and Chicago, large groups gathered outside Trump Tower. In New York, they chanted angry slogans and waved banners bearing anti-Trump messages. Police still stood guard Friday on Fifth Avenue.
“You got everything straight up and down the line,” demonstrator David Thomas said. “You got climate change, you got the Iran deal. You got gay rights, you got mass deportations. Just everything, straight up and down the line, the guy is wrong on every issue.”
In Philadelphia, protesters near City Hall held signs bearing slogans: “Not Our President,” ”Trans Against Trump” and “Make America Safe For All.” Officers on bikes blocked traffic for the march that spanned four lanes of street traffic and even drew parents with children in strollers.
Jeanine Feito, 23, held a sign that read “not 1 more deportation.” The Temple University student said she acknowledges Trump as president-elect but doesn’t accept it.
“I’m Cuban-American. My parents are immigrants, and I’m also a woman. These are things Trump doesn’t stand for,” Feito said. “He’s bullied us, discriminated against us, is racist and encourages violence. I think it’s important we stand together and fight against this.”
About 500 people turned out at a protest in Louisville, Kentucky, while hundreds in Baltimore marched to the stadium where the Ravens were playing a football game.
A group got into some shoving matches with police in Oakland, California, but Los Angeles saw mostly peaceful protests. City News Service reported that dozens of protesters in the nation’s second-largest city were arrested around midnight when they refused to budge.
As expected, the demonstrations led to social media blowback from Trump supporters accusing protesters of sour grapes or worse, though there were no significant counterprotests. They said the demonstrators were not respecting the democratic process.
Jablon reported from Los Angeles. Associated Press writers Deepti Hajela in New York, Janie Har in San Francisco and Lisa Baumann in Seattle contributed to this report.
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