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Rick Ross’ new album Rather You Than Me released at midnight, and one track listeners immediately gravitated to was the song “Idols Become Rivals.” On the song, the MMG rapper takes aim at Birdman over the Cash Money CEO’s history shady dealings and recent lawsuits filed against him by Lil’ Wayne.

I pray you find the kindness in your heart for Wayne/ His entire life, he gave you what there was to gain / I watched this whole debacle, so I’m part to blame/ Last request, can all producers please get paid?,” raps Ross on the scathing record. Less than 24 hours after the song’s release, Birdman has decided to respond.

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Over the past year, Rick Ross has come to the defense of Lil’ Wayne, voicing his opinion over Weezy F. Baby’s long-standing lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records. MMG’s biggest boss holds nothing back on the song “Idols Become Rivals,” a track off his new album Rather You Than Me. On the track which features an intro by actor/comedian Chris Rock, Yung Renzel vents his frustration with the Cash Money CEO over his treatment of not only Lil’ Wayne, but others like Mannie Fresh, B.G., and DJ Khaled.

You would give us self esteem and motivate our drive, but was in our pockets by the time we count to five.” raps Ross on the record’s third verse. “I pray you find the kindness in your heart for Wayne/ His entire life, he gave you what there was to gain. I watched this whole debacle so I’m part to blame/
Last request, can all producers please get paid?
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The song has been the talk over social media as the album is already out in various overseas countries. Lil’ Wayne even took to Twitter to react to Ross coming to his side. “dam big bro that msg hit me in the heart and put the motivation on automatik start, tweeted Weezy. “I needed that. 1 boss 2 another.”

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While Nicki Minaj and Drake are friends again, reuniting on the song “No Frauds,” the Young Money Queen has an issue with another artist out of the OVO camp.

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Foxy Brown is now entering the battle ring. On Remy Ma’s “ShETHER” diss track aimed at Nicki Minaj, the Bronx spitter said the line “I kill rappers, and you good as dead, bi**h/ Talking shit about me to a deaf bi**h,” which many felt was a jab at Foxy Brown who has dealt with hearing issues in the past. Brown, who has developed a bond with Nicki Minaj, decides to get into the mix of things with her own diss record aimed at the Grammy-nominated Terror Squad MC.

For now, the Brooklyn veteran drops a preview on her Soundcloud called “Breaks Over,” where she raps over Jay Z’s classic attack on Mobb Deep and Nas “Takeover.” Hear it below.

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The “Summer’s Over” tour starring PARTYNEXTDOOR and Jeremih looked like the perfect matchup when it was first announced back in September. However, in recent days there appears to be tension between the two singers. During a stop in Houston this week, Jeremih allegedly sent a look-alike leaving fans puzzled and angry.

The problems continued in Dallas on Friday night (Dec. 2), when a frustrated Jeremih dissed PARTYNEXTDOOR on stage. “PARTYNEXTDOOR and his crew are some b**tch ass ni**as,” yelled the Chicago crooner who also called out the OVO singer and his team for trying to stop him since the tour started.

Issues first arose during a stop in Jeremih’s hometown of Chicago on Wednesday (Nov. 29), the “Don’t Tell Em” hitmaker reportedly dropped yelled “fuck y’all” to the sound crew, dropping his mic and storming off the stage after his set was cut short.

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J. Cole has been the talk on social media the past 24 hours. On Thursday (Dec. 1) it leaked that the North Carolina MC will be dropping a new album titled 4 Your Eyez Only on December 9. The excitement only continued to grow shortly after midnight on Friday (Dec. 2), when Cole World released a new 40-minute documentary Eyez, revolving around the making of 4 Your Eyez Only before it arrives next week.

At the 30:40 mark of the documentary released exclusively on TIDAL, a music video for a song called “False Prophets” plays, where in the first verse J. Cole appears to take aim at Kanye West.

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Kid Cudi maybe in rehab, but he sees and hears everything. This past Sunday on a special birthday episode of OVO Sound Radio, Drake released four songs including the track “Two Birds, One Stone.” On the song, the Canadian rapper throws a shot at Kid Cudi, responding to the Cleveland rager who dissed him in a Twitter rant last month.

You were the man on the moon, now you just go through your phases,” rapped Drake on the song. “You stay xanned and perked up / So when reality set in you don’t gotta face it…Look what happens soon as you talk to me crazy / Is you crazy?,” he also raps on the track. Now, five days later, Kid Cudi responds.

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Beanie Sigel is out to reclaim his Broad Street Bully reputation in his ongoing beef with Meek Mill. After dropping “I’m Coming” yesterday, Beans goes back-to-back on his Philly foe with this second diss song in as many days. On “Good Night,” Mack Mittens puts away the Nicki Minaj barbs (no pun intended) and instead sets his sights on Meek’s street credibility. By the sounds of it, he’s just warming up — Beans has a third diss record locked and loaded.

You ain’t been through wars, hugging your boys cryin’/Might not make it back, but you ride? You lyin’/And that shit you write, it don’t excite me/I push your shit to the white meat/Don’t you ever think you’re like me/I’m the dad you never had/What’s your problem n*gga? I’m like your father figure/And with that being said, daddy’s here to put the kids to bed/Now get your ass upstairs/And I better not hear that TV on/S.P. chasing n*ggas with that D.C. on.

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The recent beef between The Game and Meek Mill took a sudden twist when Beanie Sigel appeared on a diss track aimed at The Game last week. Never one to back down, The Game responded with a diss track of his own for the two Philly rappers. Recently, Beanie Sigel sat down with Persia Nicole of Philly’s 92Q, stating he made a mistake jumping into the beef and alleges that he helped Meek write some of the lyrics on their remix of Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu.”

That interview ruffled a lot of feathers, as The Game took to Instagram to report the State Property rapper was jumped by the Dreamchasers backstage at Puff Daddy and The Family’s Bad Boy reunion tour stop at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Friday night (Sep. 23). Now, footage of the incident has surfaced online.

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The saga between The Game, Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel continues. Sigel, who appeared to be on Meek Mill’s side in the MMG rapper’s recent beef with The Game, says he has no issues with the Compton MC. In an interview with Persia Nicole on Philly’s 92Q, the State Property leader was asked about his appearance on Meek Mill’s diss song to The Game.

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