There’s been questions about Gucci and Waka’s relationship ever since the two traded Twitter jabs two weeks ago. While Future was rocking the Fader Fort and Weezy was having a health scare, La Flare publicly ousted Flocka From Brick Squad. However, they both deleted their tweets and Gucci’s team claims his account was hacked. Little did we know, Waka gave out another clue at last night’s Dipset anniversary show. During his guest verse on Jim Jones’ “848 (Remix),” he’s heard changing his lyrics from “Free my N*gga Gucci” to “F*ck that n*gga Gucci/Free my n*gga Boosie/I swear to God my life is like a f*cking movie.” We initially missed this altogether. What is happening with BSM? (via Sohh)
They are back together and ready to put their recent tumultuous past behind them. Leading up to their 20-year anniversary tour, Mobb Deep sat down with MTV to discuss their much publiczed split in 2012 and reunion. While Havoc confirms he sent out those allegations on Twitter last spring, the Queensbridge-natives call the incident a brotherly dispute and have moved forward for their fans and music in general.
“The tweets definitely happened and I take my part in that. When family goes through things it’s like, they shouldn’t be handled in the streets. I definitely take responsibility for that.
Me and Hav got a different type of relationship man. We been through a lot of stuff growing up, just personal stuff. When you dealing with somebody for that long every day, you’re gonna have your little squabbles or whatever, it’s nothing.”
While Lil Wayne’s health condition has dominated headlines tonight, long-time friends Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka are currently engaged in a war of words over Twitter. Moments ago, Gucci made a surprise announcement that Waka had been dropped from Brick Squad, calling him a “disloyal lil ni**a.” It didn’t take long for Waka to respond as he bluntly fired back with “Somebody tell Gucci Mane 2 SUCK A D**K.” This all comes just minutes before Gucci is expected to drop his Trap Back 2 mixtape at 10:17 p.m. EST tonight.
Hmm…Rahim from Warner/Atlantic says Gucci’s manager claims Gucci’s twitter account was hacked into. But then why is it that more than 12 hours later, 1) there is no “explanation” or retraction tweet. And 2) The diss tweet is still up. Look, hacking happens, so it’s possibility. But it doesn’t seem to add up in this situation. Also, usually you don’t see just one hacked tweet. Also…Gucci can be volatile. So, I’ll just say instead, I hope this incident of bad blood between one of my favorite buddy teams in trap rap isn’t irreversible.
Read Gucci and Waka’s tweets…
And Rahim’s statement about twitter hacking…
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“Let me tell you what happened. I come outside, they got cameras all out when I’m leaving out. ‘Yo Consequence, that’s effed up what you did.’ Snuffs me. Boom. [Joe] runs. ‘Come here fat boy, let’s get it rocking!’ So I got my hands up, let’s get it. Security holding me back, son run up on me. Boom boom boom, we tussling. Here comes Joe. ‘Oh, this is you, aight cool, let’s go!’ Boom boom boom. That’s where, when you seen the footage, I get up, I’m laughing.”
Cons also mentions he’s in possesion of Joe Budden’s cellphone and alleges he found some interesting conversations on there.
Listen to Consequence sound off, and read what he allegedly found in Joey’s phone below……
I’m sorry to do this to you…but misery loves company. Yesterday, we heard about how Consequence ran up on an unsuspecting Joe Budden, who was on a smoke break with Tahiry during the taping of the ‘Love and Hip Hop New York” reunion taping, and smacked him on the head. Cons immediately bragged about the attack on twitter. Joe immediately called Angie Martinez to scoff and tell how Tahiry punched Cons. Is this all sounding most noble so far?
Well, apparently, after all the showboating…all parties went back into the soundstage to keep shooting the reunion. Obviously. And afterwards, Joe exacted some sort of revenge. He and Cons had another altercation…and judging from the camera-phone footage, this time Joe Budden ran off while security tucked Cons into his minivan and his wife Jen screamed bloody murder.
(PS: by the way…Joe and Tahiry are apparently dating again. No big surprise there.)
Brace yourself….for a perfect storm of horribleness
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If there isn’t enough drama on-screen in Love & Hip Hop: New York, there sure is off it. Tensions between co-stars Joe Budden and Consequence apparently escalated moments ago at the show’s reunion as, according to a tweet which just set the Twittersphere ablaze, Cons “smacked The S**T” out of Budden. Less than half an hour later, Joey gave his own version of events, tweeting that Cons sucker punched him and then ran as Tahiry snuffed him. He called it “the most pu**y display ever seen from a ni**a to be quite honest.”
The tweets below are all we have to go off right now, but we’ll update you if any footage surfaces.
I’m not really the type to surf WSHH all day watching pregnant hookers fight in the parking lot. But still, I was completely hypnotized by the brawl that popped off at a Gay and Transvestite Fashion Ball in North Carolina (Spotted on Sandra Rose). This is the best 4:98 minutes of chaotic aggression to suck you out of your sedentary cubicle coma. There are windmill punches, flying chairs, squeals, mini-stampedes…an enormous woman named Marva who picks up an 8-foot picnic table and hurls it across the room at her enemies. The action comes in waves. There is allegedly a man wielding an ax. Also a hammer. There is someone who sparks up a stun-gun to show that he is serious. There is fur.
(In the 2014 Sochi Olympics: Marva’s picnic table discus.)
Yes, it’s totally random,
Yes, it’s ignorant behavior…but it didn’t seem like anyone got seriously injured.
Just watch it. Like a palate cleanser.
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Even after years of playing enemies, it looks like Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight might have put their past behind them. Snoop posted the above picture of himself and Suge in Los Angeles’ AV Club on Instagram earlier today, with the caption, “N d club wit Suge miss those death row days!” According to TMZ, the rapper performed at the club on Monday night, and his former Death Row Records boss was there to catch the show. They also tell that after the performance, Suge met up with Snoop and the two hit it off.
Relations between the two former Death Row colleagues soured once Snoop accused the executive of being involved in 2Pac’s murder in 1996, and subsequently left the label. Although this is definitely a turn up for the books, it’s not like the Long Beach MC is the sprightly young pup he used to be. His spiritual enlightenment might have something to do with that.
Just days after Lil Wayne rallied a “f*ck the NBA” chant (complete with some allegations about Chris Bosh’s wife), this emerging war of words between rap and the NBA bled over into Washington D.C. last night, where Wale took exception to a few cheeky comments made by Raptors TV announcer Matt Devlin.
Sitting courtside for the Raptors-Wizards game, the MMG rapper was apparently talking trash to the visiting team’s new forward, Rudy Gay. Picking up on the exchange, Devlin — out of comical slander or pure ignorance — introduced the MC to the viewers at home as “local rapper Wall-Aye” and asked if anyone on Twitter had “ever heard of Wall-Aye.” Adding insult to injury, Devlin then remarked, “He’s not Drake, that’s for sure.” (Ether!)
Overhearing Devlin’s comments, Wale tweeted to him directly “watch ur mouth” and shortly after approached the announcers’ table and interrupted the commentary. Hey, at least he didn’t get called will.i.am.
You know the only thing missing from the Harlem Shake videos? Actual Harlem Shaking.
Oh yeah…remember that little wobbly dance craze that was all the rage in the early 2000′s when it appeared in various Bad Boy music videos? One of the few dance fads that was best done by kids under the age of 16. Something about loose connective tissue perhaps.
Well, the Baauer song and viral meme is not about that Harlem dance. Sorry G.Dep.
And when Shlepp Films went to Harlem to see if the streets are “con los terroristas” with the rest of the “Harlem Shake” fanatics….the answer was a big fat no.
“They look like they smoked some dust…”
To be fair…I’m pretty sure there are more kids in Harlem dancing around in spirit hoods and “air humping” to the EDM “Harlem Shake” than there are kids doing the Harlem “Harlem Shake” in 2013…but it would be great to see someone tackle a hybrid-homage video to both past and present dance crazes. DO IT!
Until then….Let’s compare the Porn Star “Harlem Shake” to the Bad Boy “Harlem Shake”…
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