One heckler caught the attention of Lil’ Wayne, and the end result wasn’t pretty. Over the weekend, the Young Money rapper was scheduled to perform a concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday night. Fans became restless after Weezy didn’t appear on stage until around 3:30 a.m. according to TMZ. One fan in the crowd took it upon himself to vent publicly, aiming his iPhone to the stage, where people in clear view could see the scrolling “Shut the f*** up and put on Weezy” message on the cell phone’s screen.

When Lil’ Wayne showed up, the screen was then changed to simply say “F*** Weezy.” Not amused by the heckler’s actions, Lil’ Wayne appeared to point out the culprit to one of his security guards, who then seeked out the unknown man in the crowd and then went on to knock him out cold. In video obtained by TMZ, the security guard rushes back on stage after throwing heavy blows to the heckler, who was carried out by clubs security.

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Amber Rose isn’t done with the Kardashian clan just yet. After going in on Khloe and Kim on Twitter earlier this week, Amber turned her attention to the older sister once again today after catching wind of Kanye West’s “30 showers” remark that he made during a radio interview in New York this morning. Let’s just say she reminded Kanye who hit his wife first.

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So, as you may have heard, Drake broke the Internet last night by releasing a brand new mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The blistering, 17-track effort contains some of Aubrey’s most aggresive rhymes to date, including a scathing shot at Young Money rival Tyga on the closing track, “6PM In New York.”

I heard a lil lil homie talking reckless in VIBE/Quite a platform you chose, you shoulda kept it inside/Oh you tried, it’s so childish calling my name on the world stage/You need to act your age and not your girl’s age.

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James Prince aka J. Prince has a long and very well documented history in Southern hip-hop music. He was there to help acts like the Geto Boys and UGK get on, and even assisted Drake in linking up with Cash Money.

The Houston mogul usually stays silent in matters regarding issues with rappers, but he just sent out a menacing message to Diddy, Lil Wayne, Birdman and Slim. There’s been some issues with James’ son and Cash Money regarding monies owed over Drake’s signing with Cash Money/Young Money.

Today (Feb 12), after proclaiming that “Drake is family,” he has sent a very clear message to Diddy, Lil Wayne, Birdman and Slim.

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50 Cent is back in attack mode. The G-Unit rapper has been the talk in recent days over his recent comments on Instagram. Things first started late last week, when 50 lashed out at ex-girlfriend Tatted Up Holly, calling her out for hooking up with singer Trey Songz and NBA player J.R. Smith.

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A new year means starting on a new positive note for many, including YG and DJ Mustard. The two California artists took to social media early Thursday morning, letting fans know they’ve come to a resolution, ending their short-lived beef in late December. “Me & bro @djmustard squabbled up and got it over wit. 2015 is the takeover 4realz Bless up Yall,” said YG on an Instagram post. “What ya thought a head up was gone end this ?! Jokes on yall dick heads !!!!,” said DJ Mustard shortly after, as the two posted same photo posed in front of two Rolls-Royces.

Their feud started late last week, after Mustard accused YG for not paying him for executive producing his My Krazy Life debut album.

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Azealia Banks has been the talk of the rap community, following her emotional and very open interview with HOT 97’s Ebro In the Morning show earlier this week. The Harlem artist, whose Broke With Expensive Taste debut album released in November, spoke on her well-known beef with Iggy Azalea, issues with T.I., “culture smudging” of America, artists she’s a fan of such as Rae Sremmurd and Big K.R.I.T., and much more.

As expected, shortly after the interview aired online, the responses soon followed starting with Iggy Azalea on Friday. Things later took a turn on Twitter as the 23-year-old rapper got into war of words with Action Bronson.

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Update: TMZ received a tip that Drake and Diddy got into their fight over a song. According to sources, Boi-1da handed both Puff and Drake a record over 8 months ago but Drizzy was getting frustrated with waiting around and released the song on his own (and it performed well). You can do your own research and narrow it down to what track it might be. Done? Good.

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The “culture vulture” argument has been particularly prevalent these last few years, and Azealia Banks accused Iggy Azalea of being just that during her latest Twitter rant last night. The outspoken Harlem MC put Iggy (who she referred to as “Igloo Australia”) on blast for staying silent, at least on social media, about black issues — in particular yesterday’s news that the NYPD officer who choked Eric Garner to death will not be indicted.

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Spotify is feeling the effects of Taylor Swift pulling her music from the streaming service. Only a week after they begged for her reinstatement (she shunned them from streaming her platinum 1989 album), Spotify founder Daniel Ek has written a dissertation of why they have helped the industry, by paying artists, instead of watching other competitors not pay a single penny to artists, labels or publishers.

It seems like more desperation tactics from the company, who is probably losing out on millions by not Taylor’s music on there, but she’s not looking to buck down either way.

Read a statement from Daniel Ek After the jump….

“At our current size, payouts for a top artist like Taylor Swift (before she pulled her catalog) are on track to exceed $6 million a year, and that’s only growing – we expect that number to double again in a year. Any way you cut it, one thing is clear – we’re paying an enormous amount of money to labels and publishers for distribution to artists and songwriters, and significantly more than any other streaming service.”

Read the entire post over at Spotify.

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