Tensions were high as men from T.I. and Floyd Mayweather’s camp got into a small altercation early Sunday morning in Las Vegas. The Atlanta rapper and undefeated boxer got into a shouting match according reportedly over T.I.’s wife, Tameeka “Tiny” Harris, who was hanging out with Mayweather while T.I. was performing at the nightclub Prive.

One TIP caught wind of the meetup, the two coincidentally ran into each other in the parking lot of Fatburger. Things got out of control when Money Mayweather told the rapper to “Control your bi**h,” where T.I. responded with a punch that did not land. People from Grand Hustle’s camp, including artist Young Dro, started yelling and at one point seen throwing chairs at Mayweather and his security guards. Various bystanders took to Twitter and Instagram to give details on the incident, which occurred shortly before 5 a.m. EST.

As the news continued to spread online, 50 Cent took time to poke fun at the incident with a few videos on Instagram. Click for more below. UPDATE: Necole Bitchie spoke with Floyd Mayweather Jr. about the incident, what sparked the brawl, and Mayweather sends an apology to Tiny Harris.

Floyd on his relationship with Tiny:

“I been knowing Tiny before T.I. I’ve never slept with her, I never kissed her, never touched her in no inappropriate way. Her friend Shekinah wanted to come to the [May 4th] fight, she brought Tiny with her. They came to the fight.

After the fight was over Saturday night, Sunday they came over my mother’s house. My mother had a big, big party for me. They came over and showed love. They came over to my house all cool, all respect. Hang out with The Money Team, my crew. Everybody was cordial. No disrespecting type. After that, I guess she put a picture up on Instagram of her at the fight so I guess he [T.I.] was feeling some type of way.”

Read more quotes and hear the interview below.

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The drama between Lil Durk and Tyga is only spilling over. After hearing some hefty Chicago name drops on Tyga’s response diss from The Game, LEP Bogus Boys’ G Count has released a video response aimed at the Compton rapper. In the street-heavy visuals, Count sets a few things straight and addresses The Game’s alleged Chiraq affiliations.

Watch the video below…


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Even though he told XXL the “ChiRaq” remix was his one and only response to Tyga, Lil Durk is planning to clap back (lyrically speaking) at his other West Coast enemy.

Hit the jump for all the latest developments on the beef…


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Tensions between Tyga and Lil Durk are heating up. After the Chicago rookie warned T-Raww he can get his “shit snatched” on Meek Mill’s “ChiRaq” remix, the Young Money rapper has responded with his own version, and he’s brought along The Game for back up.

Read more after the jump…


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We heard Lil Durk take aim at Tyga on Meek Mill’s “Chi-Raq” remix over the weekend, and now T-Raww has fired back on his own “Chi-Raq” freestyle. The Young Money rapper posted a preview of his response track on Instagram, in which he raps, “Who the fuck is Lil Durk? I dust you like ash and purp/Your flow wack, my flow crack/Got marble floors, your floor’s cracked.”

Lil Durk explained his beef with Tyga in a recent interview with XXL. He said that Tyga felt some type of way about Durk namedropping his baby mama Blac Chyna on an upcoming song called “Get Dat Money” (which features Chris Brown and French Montana), so Durk agreed to shout out Tyga in his verse. After patching things up and promising to work together, Tyga apparently stopped replying to Durk’s text. So here we are, folks.

Durk also claimed that if he ever sees Tyga in the streets, “he’s getting his shit took.” But for now, this beef belongs on wax.

Listen to Tyga’s response below…


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Tensions between 50 Cent and Steve Stoute have been building (and not for the first time) lately when Fiddy confronted Steve at a Knicks game for comments he made about him on Hot 97. The Queens rapper addressed the topic in two separate interviews this week, and gave two very different answers.

Sitting down with MTV’s Rob Markman, 50 played his cards close to his chest. He joked that he basically told Steve what he said wasn’t very nice and he wanted an apology (giving the clean version, of course). He also discussed their history and recalled the time Steve allegedly advised him against signing with Eminem.

During his interview with Complex News, however, Curtis wasn’t scared to let the safety off. He warned Steve that he is “getting closer to actually getting his ass whooped,” giving a detailed account of what a right hook from Curtis Jackson would look like. Despite his not-so-subtle threat, 50 claims that he is simply responding to, not provoking Steve, and believes he is unfairly portrayed as the “bully” in these situations.

Do we say, “Good for him!”? If I smack the fire out of him in front of everybody at Madison Square Garden. WOW! When you see his skin damn near come off the side of his head. Does anyone say, “Good for him!”? Or do they go, “Oh man, why 50 do that? He bully him.”

Watch both interviews after the jump…



Freddie Gibbs’ split from Young Jeezy and CTE Records in 2012 was not amicable. Since their fallout, the Gary, Indiana native has kept quiet for the most part, refusing to speak on his brief period signed to Jeezy and what caused their separation. On March 18, Gibbs and producer Madlib will be releasing their collaborative Piñata LP, and on the record “Real,” Freddie speaks out on The Snowman for the first-time on wax.

During a concert at Chicago’s Metro, Freddie Gibbs debuted the diss song featuring plenty of scathing words towards Jeezy.

“You wanna be Jay Z, ni**a you just a fu**ing puppet”
“You say you’re the realest but Ross had you scared to drop a diss record”
“You had the whole team looking weak, I guess that’s why they ran up on you at BET”
“Seen Gucci by himself when we were 30 deep at Magic and you didn’t bust a brick”

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This is not a diss to Frank Ocean, so slow down before you start throwing shade at us. But Frank’s reasoning behind his decision to pull out of an upcoming Chipotle campaign is a bit peculiar.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Ocean entered an agreement with the Mexican food chain to create a song for an upcoming Chipotle ad campaign that advocates local and sustainably-sourced food, while warning of the dangers of industrial farming. Frank reportedly saw a version of the commercial that was about 80% finished and was paid $212,500 to produce the song, which was half of his fee. However, after catching wind that the final version would have a Chipotle logo, the singer backed out.

To his defense, Ocean’s lawyers say: “When Frank was asked to participate in this project, Chipotle’s representatives told him that the thrust of the campaign was to promote responsible farming. There was no Chipotle reference or logo in the initial presentation, and Chipotle told Frank that was an intentional element of the campaign,” the letter said. “Frank was also promised that he’d have the right to approve the master and all advertising.”

However, the chain claims that this is completely false and not the agreed-upon terms at all. They have since replaced Frank with Fiona Apple and are suing the singer for the lump-sum paid plus additional damages.

Check out what Frank put on his Tumblr account in response below…


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It was a pretty routine evening at MSG last night — by that I mean the Knicks lost their fifth game in a row, falling 126-103 to the Warriors. One slice of entertainment, however, came from courtside when 50 Cent appeared to confront Steve Stoute. The two have, shall we say, history (Stoute dropped Fiddy from Sony/Columbia back in 2000 following his shooting), but just this week, Stoute appeared on Hot 97 and passed a few not-so-flattering comments about Curtis Jackson:

50 hasn’t had a hit in a really long time. He has not made anything musically that has changed anything in a very really long time. I feel like he’s always gearing up for something that never happens.

You’re a brave man, Steve, we’ll give you that.

Check out another photo after the jump…


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Having recently left rehab after completing his court-ordered 90-day anger management treatment, Chris Brown’s focus is firmly back to music; just over the weekend he announced the release date (May 5) for his forthcoming X album and dropped a new track off his joint LP with Tyga, Fan of a Fan 2. But it appears Breezy is still caught up in some drama. Yesterday he accused his former manager Tina Davis of leaking music off his new album and refusing to return his back up hard drive.

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Chris has since deleted the tweet, but later wrote, “Snakes in the grass….. Just stay positive.” Davis responded to his claims on Twitter by writing, “Trace it! Find out where it originated from… RCA can do that for you. Then send a defaming tweet out on who really did it.” She, too, deleted her tweet.

Tina Davis managed Chris Brown since the start of his career before parting ways earlier this year. Breezy is now represented by Def Jam VP of A&R, Bu Thiam.

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