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While Pusha T and Drake’s beef appears to be over, another battle has been brewing out of New York. Former collaborators Dave East and Tray Pizzy are now exchanging heated words, the source of their prior relationship souring is unknown. Pizzy recently dropped the song “Retribution,” taking aim at East by questioning if the Def Jam star is really from the city he reps. “I could tell you ain’t from Harlem, they don’t drip like that/ I know some real Harlem ni**as, they don’t crip like that,” raps Tray on the intro.

Dave East wastes no time, clapping back two days later on “I’m Good Cuz, Enjoy (Detox).” For six minutes, East leaves it all on the table with a vicious response. The two previously worked on “All I Know,” off Dave East’s Hate Me Now project. Stream both records below.

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Despite setting the stage for a “surgical summer” (and best believe blood has already been spilled), Pusha T has officially deaded his beef with Drake — or more accurately, has been forced to lower his weapon. “These conversations have been had and, to my knowledge, it’s all over,” Push says in a new interview with Vanity Fair. “It’s all over with.” There you have it, straight from the horse’s mouth.

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The full-fledged rap battle between Drake and Pusha T appears to be over. After exchange vicious lines and harsh words at each other in “Duppy Freestyle” and “The Story of Adidon,” fans of the heated beef were awaiting for a second response from Drake. Hip-Hop enthusiasts loving the competitive back-and-forth are now disappointed as its been revealed that the beef has ended. In an interview with Maryland’s DTLR Radio, Drake’s mentor and legendary Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince said he recently had a phone conversation with the 6 God and instructed the Canadian superstar to not respond and end the battle.

I made an OG call to Drake this morning telling him ‘I don’t want you to respond to this’,” said J Prince. The Houston entrepreneur, who has business ties with Drake, cites Pusha T’s attack of those closest to Drake in “The Story of Adidon,” calling it disrespectful as to why he demanded the verbal war to be over with. The news comes a few days after Kanye West, a main subject of Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” tweeted in his eyes the beef was dead.

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After dropping his latest — and most devastating — Drake diss “The Story of Adidon” last night, Pusha T called into The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss his sizzling beef with the 6 God.

King Push explained that “Adidon” is a reference to Drake’s upcoming clothing line with Adidas, which is named after his alleged son, Adonis, with model Sophie Brussaux. “But we couldn’t know about your child until you start selling sweatsuits and sneakers?” Push said. Later, he added, “I don’t even hang with my friends who have child support issues.”

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There is R&Beef brewing between Tory Lanez and Eric Bellinger. After Bellinger accused Tory of stealing his trademark tag on two seperate occasions, Lanez took aim at the L.A. singer/songwriter on “Hate to Say” off his Memories Don’t Die sophomore LP. Eric returned fire, hopping on Tory’s song for his response diss track “Yikes.” Eric Bellinger now throws a funeral for the Toronto crooner, dropping a dark visual for the diss track, where in the visual he buries Tory Lanez’ new album.

Watch below as Eric’s Eazy Call album drops this Friday featuring appearances by Ne-Yo, Wale, Ma$e, DOM Kennedy and more.

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R&Beef is here as things are brewing on wax between Tory Lanez and Eric Bellinger. Their issues started when Lanez used Bellinger’s “This gon’ be your favorite song,” tag on DJ Drama’s “Wishing” remix and later on DJ E Feezy’s “Baby.” After being called out by Bellinger, Tory responded on the song “Hate to Say” off his new album Memories Don’t Die. “R&B ni***s with Sisqo haircuts, wildin’ and stylin/ They dissin’, guess they just tryna go viral. I feel ’em/ This your favorite song, this gon’ be your favorite song/’ Cept when I say it, it’s really the people’s favorite song,” raps the Toronto singer.

Bellinger now claps back on “Yikes,” where he goes over that same Tory song. On the track, Eric calls out Lanez for jacking the styles of Trey Songz, Fetty Wap and Kendrick Lamar, and now riding Drake every other minute after ending their much publicized feud. Listen to it below.

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XXXTentacion and Migos got into an altercation on Monday night. According to the Florida rapper, he was assaulted by the Atlanta group outside a Los Angeles hotel. The always controversial XXXTentacion took to Instagram to give his thoughts on the altercation, in which he alleges the Migos or people in their crew pulled out a gun. With clear bruisings and injuries to his face, XXXTentacion states he was with his girlfriend and friend when the confrontation went down. In another video posted online, Migos’ Takeoff and a member of their entourage can be seen escaping at XXX is heard screaming towards them.

After all the sh*t I’ve been talking, how the f**k you ain’t shoot me?,” says XXXTentacionin one of the now deleted videos from his Insagram Stories. “….He was scared to fight me one-on-one. These ni**as were scared to fight me! Y’all ni**as like 35! I ain’t mad because I got 35-year-olds afraid to fight me…..Migos just gave me free clout.”

The issue between XXXTentacion and Migos appears to stem from Offset’s comments, responding to XXXTentacion’s claim that Drake stole his flow. “You n**as is silly. How you unheard of talking about a ni**a stole your swag? We ain’t even heard of you, shorty. Get your ass out of jail,” said Offset on his Instagram Stories.

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Remy Ma and Fat Joe saw plenty of success last year with their “All the Way Up” single, leading up to the their Plata O Plomo LP in February. Remy is now focused on her new solo album, 7 Winters, 6 Summers, and the Bronx spitter appears to have found a home. TMZ reports Queen Reminisce has signed a multi-million dollar deal with Columbia Records.

While exact details on the signing are unknown, TMZ also reports Remy has teamed up with Lil’ Kim on a new single titled “Wake Me Up.” A video for the track was recently filmed in NYC, and the song features subliminal shots aimed at their nemesis Nicki Minaj. “That crown I’m gon take that sh*t. Cause you a clown and homie don’t play that sh*t,” Remy says on the track. “I heard he lay that d***. You let them filet that fish. You just met him how he bae that quick?,” she continues, referring to Nicki’s relationship with Nas.

Check out some photos from the video shoot for “Wake Me Up” below.

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Lil’ B had to cancel his set at the Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival in Mountain View, CA on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 21). Moments before hitting the stage, the Based God was allegedly jumped by A Boogie with Da Hoodie and PnB Rock’s entourages, where Lil’ B claims they stole his laptop and equipment.

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Cardi B made history on Monday (Sept. 25) when her “Bodak Yellow” single landed No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. The accomplishment, a first for a female solo rap artist since Lauryn Hill in 1998, was praised by many of Cardi’s peers including Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim, Migos. Azealia Banks had a different agenda, calling the Bronx rapper a “poor mans Nicki [Minaj]” in a now deleted Twitter rant.

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