RICK ROSS UNLOADS FRUSTRATIONS ON BABY’S TREATMENT TOWARD LIL WAYNE: “I CAN’T & DON’T RESPECT THAT” [VIDEO]
Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross has shared his thoughts on the publicized friction between Young Money boss Lil Wayne and Cash Money head Birdman.
In Ricky Rozay’s perspective, Baby has not treated Weezy with respect as a Cash Money artist.
“Weezy’s my homie. I was just with Weezy the other night at the club — I don’t have one with Birdman,” Ross said when asked if he still has a relationship with the Cash Money CEO. “If you read The Source Magazine you would see right now, and really me seeing Wayne going through as an artist, him being a boss, me idolizing Birdman at a time, looking up to Lil Wayne being the first artist to make so many feats. Not just as an artist but as an artist coming from the South. That’s something that I took personal. So for me to see the way things are transpiring, I can’t respect that and I don’t respect that.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
This Friday is insanely packed with new releases. On top of Rick Ross, Curren$y, Pimp C, KiD CuDi, Sheek Louch, and Twista, G-Eazy will also be dropping his new album, When It's Dark Out.
So far, we've heard "Random," Me, Myself & I," "Order More," "You Got Me," and "Drifting" with Chris Brown and Tory Lanez. And now, the Bay Area native links up with Big Sean for "One Of Them."
Check it out below and, if you like what you hear, pre-order When It's Dark Out on iTunes.
Rich Gang’s Young Thug is going to turn a blind eye to group member Rich Homie Quan name-dropping him during a concert rant this week.
Thugger acknowledged Quan’s now-viral footage on Twitter Thursday (December 3) and downplayed its significance.
We're less than six hours away from the release of Curren$y's Canal Street Confidential album. As the excitement heightens, the internets have blessed us with the album's intro. And it's a f*ckin' banger.
With Future riding shotgun, the two ride by and kill em like a "Drive By."
Press play on the first of four songs Spitta and Future have in the stash, and show your support on iTunes.
Rich Homie Quan Takes Shots At Young Thug While Dissing A Fan? Goes On Anti-Gay Rant "I Don't F*ck With No Fags, Looking Like Young Thug!"
"My lil homie made a million on his girl tour," Rick Ross raps.
A cut from Rick Ross' forthcoming album, Black Market, was leaked this week. On the song, "Color Money," the Maybach Music Group boss references lines from Drake's Meek Mill diss track "Back to Back."
"My lil homie made a million on his girl tour / We back to back and down to whack a nigga unborn / Miami niggas got them changing all the gun laws / So run Forrest got some shooters and they dying too / I got more money than that pussy that you’re signed to," Rozay raps.
Drake is signed to Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment.
On his "Back to Back" track, Drake calls out Meek Mill for performing as the opening act on Nicki Minaj's "Pinkprint Tour."
"You love her, then you gotta give the world to her / Is that a world tour or your girl's tour? / I know you gotta be a thug for her / This ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more," Drake raps.
Ross is also mocking Drake's line in "0-100" that references Forrest Gump.
At the end of the song, Rozay disses Puff Daddy.
"Double M, we balling way harder than Puff and them / It ain't no love lost, I only see one boss," he raps.
Diddy co-executive produced Rick Ross' Mastermind album, which was released last year.
Listen to "Color Money" here.
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Throughout 2015 J. Cole embarked on a Forest Hills Drive Tour that took him everywhere from Lincoln, Nebraska to London's O2 Arena and everywhere in between. However, he saved his best for his mid-August date in his native land of Fayetteville, North Carolina, bringing the likes of Drake and JAY Z for a special homecoming concert.
Like most who don't live in the Tar Heel State, the rather monumental concert was missed by many. However all hope is not lost, as HBO will present J. Cole Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming Concert on January 9th, 2016.
In the latest series of attempts, Bobby was denied bail once again today in Manhattan court. His family’s collateral for the $2 million bond was refused by the judge and was given an new undisclosed amount. He’s due back in court next month before his trial begins February 22.
Bobby Shmurda appeared in court today with his new lawyer, Alex Spiro. A Manhattan judge scheduled his trial to begin February 22 and was once again denied bail.
Shmurda appeared in New York court yesterday and plead not guilty to felony and misdemeanor charges for a prison contraband. If found guilty, he could face an additional 7 years on top to what he is sentenced if convicted to his previous. Bailed denied.
Bobby Shmurda found himself in hot water this week. Before his court appearance on Thursday, the rapper was caught with a shank on Rikers Island four days prior.
According to the NY Daily News, a guard allegedly spotted Bobby’s 18-year-old-girlfriend, Kimberly Rousseau, passing something from her bra during a visit. It was later revealed to be a sharpen metal object.
They were both arrested and charged with promoting prison contraband. Bobby’s trial begins October 5. Good luck.
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