50 Cent Drops The Game From G-Unit!; Jadakiss Replys!
Remember what I said about 50 Cent and The Game having beef
? Well, tonight 50 Cent was on Hot 97.1 in New York
and told Funkmaster Flex he was disappointed with The Game
when he made comments about not getting involved in the beefs 50 Cent stirred up with Piggybank. The Game even f*cked around and said he was gonna do a song with Nas, who just finished making comments about the 'CB4 Gangstas' ruining the rap game
. For the disloyalty, 50 Cent said The Game has to get the f*ck out of G-Unit
. I wonder if Nick Cannon is his replacement
? And in 50 Cent almost getting killed
news, a man in his 20s from L. A. was shot in the left leg during an altercation in the station's lobby
and was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, while 50 Cent was talking to Flex. The injury was not serious, and he is expected to recover. Early reports say it's one of Fifty Cent's bodyguards
. Stay tuned for more. BREAKING NEWS
called up to Hot 97.1 during Clue's show and said he'll sit down and talk with 50 Cent, "after he airs him out". He went on to talk about how this is all promotion for 50's new album
and even said everyone at Interscope
wants him to give it to 50 Cent. He said besides the sales put on an instrumental and dude can't f*ck with him. Jadakiss ended by saying he won't let down the fans, the inmates or himself.
Lizzie Grubman Brought Hip-Hop To White People!
You know Lizzie Grubman
, right? Well the publicist
says she “made” Ja Rule. She also says she engineered Jay-Z’s crossover into the mainstream, which took her four days to accomplish. She also takes credit for making sure middle-class white people discovered hip-hop. “No one believed in hip-hop but me. Everyone was like, ‘Lizzie, are you sure you’re going to be able to get this in the mainstream?’ ”
She even goes further. “But I would beat those reporters down, and look at it now. There’s nothing bigger. Everyone looks at me now and says, ‘You were so right.’ ” Yeah, Whatever, Thanks! Now Please Shut The F*k Up!
Fat Joe vs. 50 Cent:"He Messing With The Truth Now"
Yo you gotta hear the audio of Fat Joe getting at 50 Cent
. Fat Joe called up to Hot 97.1 in New York
only minutes after 50 Cent finished an interview. Fat Joe
goes on to say some interesting sh*t about how 50's a hermit and how "the diesel white dudes" who are always around 50 "didn't grow up with him in The Southside
." He even calls 50 Cent "Nino Brown
". Sh*t goes on and on. And 50 Cent and The Game got beef now too. I'll get into that later this week.
Krayzie Bone:"I Take Care of All My Kids and Love 'Em All!"
Contrary to public reports, Krayzie Bone is not a deadbeat dad
. Krayzie Bone was indicted last August on two counts of nonsupport of dependents, after which he placed $40,000 in an escrow account for the mother of his son.
The money was released after paternity tests confirmed that Krayzie was the father."I just simply needed to know if this was in fact my son, because unfortunately there are many women who prey on entertainers such as myself,"
said Krayzie."After the funds were released, it was to my understanding that the non-support case would be dismissed,"
Krayzie continued. "However, I was contacted by my California [attorney] telling me that I was supposed to appear in court on February 23 and a warrant was issued for failure to appear."
He finished with, "Just to let everybody know, Krayzie Bone is far from a dead beat dad, I take care of all [my kids] and love 'em all!"
Awww that's sweet!!! Yo cop that Bone Brothers.
C-Murder Got A New Video!
Yeah you read it right. C- Murder made a new video in the joint
. He also made an album "The Truest S*** I Ever Said",
that's set for release March 22. After a conviction for second degree murder and a mandatory life sentence, everybody must have thought it was pretty much a wrap
. But he's back with a video featuring Hot Boy B.G. Sheriff Harry Lee of the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center is mad as hell and has ordered his attorneys to find out whether any laws have been broken. At the very least, Lee said he wants to see the profits from the record's sales frozen. "They used my jail. I think I'm entitled to some money," the thirst bucket sheriff said. C-Murder's attorney says he has a good chance of winning on appeal, and then all he has to do is beat that other charge of second degree attempted murder.
LL Cool J Vs. Fubu
LL Cool J is suing clothing line FUBU
, claiming they failed to compensate him correctly for his role as the company's pitch man. Can you believe Fubu's revenues had reached over $200 million a year by 1999 and the company grossed an estimated $380 million dollars last year? Who the f*ck is still buying that sh*t?
Yo, who knew Bizzy Bone and Layzie Bone
had their own group called Bone Brothers
? Their new sh*t came out yesterday. Peep a sampler
. N*gg*s know Bone
was that sh*t.
50 Cent's Piggybank
For all you thirsty mofos, 50 Cent's sh*t is already on the net
. I won't post it here. You gotta find it yourself. But here's Piggybank
, 50's song getting at Fat Joe
, Shyne and Jadakiss
. Oh yeah it's kinda f*ck*d up how 50 Cent said he'll pay somebody to stab ya boy Shyne
while he's in P.C
Fabolous Sued For 85 Million!
Whoa! Lisa Natson aka DJ Golden Girl
of Philadelphia's Power 99 FM
has sued Fabolous and his entourage for allegedly assaulting her after the station's annual Powerhouse concert in 2004. She is seeking $85 million, alleging that she was picked up and slammed to the ground by the F-A-B-O's
bodyguard, while he watched and one of his homies videotaped, in the backstage parking area of the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia.
By Any Means Necessary!
El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
May 19, 1925- February 21,1965
Yo, for those who don't know him, peep his website
or this interview from Allhiphop.com
. This nigga's ill and that's something coming from me. Shit, I don't even f*ck with 90% of that south sh*t. The first time I heard him was about 2 years ago when my peoples brought his tape back with him after getting kicked out of the navy. It was some sh*t with Paul Wall
The D-Nice Journal
This right here
is something I want you new dudes to peep. Word, "Call Me D-Nice
" was my favorite sh*t back in the day.
Suge's Gonna Tell His Side of The Story!
So, Suge is finally gonna get a chance to tell his side of the story
, huh? Is he gonna tell the truth? No, but I'll still pay to see that sh*t anyway. In a correction of the story about the restraining order and Crooked I
, his publicist has spoken and let it be known that they have a "Gag"order on Suge Knight, not a restraining order
. In related news, the public has spoken and let it be known that they do not want a Crooked I album.
Crooked I Needs Protection
Sh*t's crazy. This gotta be the dumbest n*gg*
in the game, besides Kurupt
. Dude already knew all the sh*t Suge Knight
would put a m*th*rf*ck*r through, from making a n*gg* drink piss
to sonning you out by smacking fire out of you in public to getting you jumped
to making you wait years without dropping an album to sliding a herb 5 grand to steal on you on national T.V.
and the list goes on and on. But he still chose to sign with him
. Now he has to get a restraining order against Suge, effectively ending the rap career he never had by destroying his own street credibilty. Damn. And you know what? Even though Tony Yayo really did
get the order of protection
against Murda Inc. so he could get a settlement and chill, 50 denied
the sh*t. This idiot admits to it
. Somebody forgot to tell him this rap sh*t is all about image. And that ain't a good look.
50 Cent The Massacre
What the hell is this?
Suge Knight Goes Home
After being stopped by police on Feb. 5th, Suge Knight was arrested on suspicion of violating his parole after police found marijuana in the vehicle
he was driving. Well guess what? He has now been released and placed on 24/7 home monitoring until he gets off parole in 2 and a half months. With the electronic home monitoring, Suge must be in the crib from 8pm to 6am every night and submit to random drug testing. You know what bugged me out though? When Department of Corrections spokesperson Margot Bach said, "He has been found guilty, but we don't like to return people to prison if possible. If the person has a job or a family, and there is an appropriate way to treat someone, we're going to do it this way, rather than return him to prison
" Oh sh*t, since when?
Rap News: Who's Next Part 3 and Other Questions (to be con.)
- Aasim: Word is Big Pun was gonna trying to sign duke before he died and I believe it. When I first heard his song "Stress" I was mad impressed, it was the usual sh*t, for real. But after signing with Diddy, the only question is Will he end up dead, in church or in prison?
- Mike Jones: I don't really f*ck with country *ss rappers and I haven't heard too much raw sh*t from him. And he beefed with my n*gg* Chamillionaire, who's about to drop in the summer, but I gotta admit some of his sh*t sounds aight and he's real enough to put his number on the internet. Being that Houston is the next city to blow you're probably gonna really start hearing this dude. Bur f*ck hearing him, if you see him ask him Why the f*ck do you keep repeating sh*t?
- Bathgate: Yo remember when he ripped that 'Evening, is a time of day' sh*t on that Clue Mixtape? Well dude should have been blown up. I guess label politics had him f*ck*d up. Even though he's not as bad as Angelous or Sacario, Why does he gotta try to sound like Hova?
- Shea "Punch" Davis: Dude is fire and I'm gonna be the first to openly say he's hot. His flow is mad raw and needs to be polished but he got crazy energy with his sh*t. He already got the street credibility in New York, but Can he stay out of the bing long enough to get a deal?
- Remy Martin: I've been feeling her ever since I first heard her on Big Pun's last album, Yeeeah Baby. And being that she writes her own rhymes, besides the lines she bites from Jay-Z, she's probably the best rapper in Terror Squad. Here something to think about though, If Jean Grae wasn't stuck underground, would Remy Ma still be the so-called "Hottest Bitch on The Market?
- Red Cafe: This n*gg* can be seen draped in red, flossing different color ice, and flashing mad cash, while implying it's drug money, on just about every mixtape dvd including Smack, The Come Up and All Access. Besides the stunting and the fact that he was supposed to drop every year for the past 7, that's my n*gg*. Shit, I even remember the group he was in called Da Franchise with Dirty Money's Gravy back in like '96. All I wanna know is, After ripping damn near every mixtape I heard him on, Why did he drop that bubblegum sh*t for the Coach Carter soundtrack?
The Game Takes It Back!
So The Game says he don't want it with Hov. That's f*ck*d up. I was really anticipating Jay-Z crushing this dude. The craziest sh*t is that he says Bleek and the Young Guns can still get it because they're not on his level. Yo, how the f*ck do you expect to come at his peoples and not get touched?
Rap News Review: The Come Up Part 3 Mixtape DVD
The Come Up Part 3 starts with a message from Dirty Money CEO Fendi and J Platinum to b*tch *ss n*gg*s, telling them to "turn it off if they're not smoking a fatty, getting sucked off, holding a 9 or counting a stack". Besides that corny sh*t, this is hot. Matter fact I think this is the best one so far. Murda Mook starts it off right with some witty punchlines spit a capella. He gets through 3 different freestyles. In one he says some slick sh*t about murdering Jadakiss after he calls him his favorite rapper. Towards the end of the video Murda Mook gets another chance to shine and f*cks it up over weak production. D-Block soldier Jae Hood does a video and discusses his upcoming video and the grind. You know the song where some foreign dude is singing,"Killa Cam", that was on all Cam's and the Diplomats mixtapes and the Purple Haze album? Well you finally get to see him when Cam'ron performs at the Apollo. I could have swore duke was African but it turns out his face is chalky, pale and pasty as hell and he looks Romanian or some sh*t. Anyway Camron does like 2 or 3 songs with Dame Dash and Kareem "Biggs" Burke watching and then Juelz Santana and Jim Jones come out. They also bring the little kid who sings the hook on the S.A.N.T.A.N.A. song from Diplomatic Immunity 2 out. At the end of the song the kid tells Cam he has to go to school in the morning and asks for his money so he can go home. Camron pulls out a big *ss stack and little man snatches it and dips offstage. One thing I can say about this Dvd is they keep the talking to a minimum. There's mad videos and stage performances and alot of unsigned dudes get a chance to put it down. Stack Bundles aka Seymour Cake reps Red Fern Houses in Far Rockaway, Queens, Gravy shines for Bed Stuy and Jae Hood hollas D-Block on their song New York, New York Pt. 2. Stack Bundles next scene is ended early when his n*gg*s start busting shots in front of the building. Of course Gravy gets mad exposure on this m*th*rf*ck*r. And don't sleep, Gravy got some sh*t too. Gravy and Fendi talk to the camera on the Brooklyn Bridge and do a few videos before they announce Dirty Money just got a deal through Warner Brothers for 3.5 million. Littles gets his chance to get at Prodigy, Illa Ghee and Alchemist with a song whose chorus goes, "I'm not sorry for not stopping niggas from slapping Alchemist and taking his chain". I guess this is where everybody got the idea about Mobb Deep breaking up, with Littles rapping about how Prodigy thought he was better solo and turned his back on Havoc and all. At the end he goes into a long *ss tirade against P. Damn I guess he's really mad. Papoose gets off in a video of his own and Uncle Murda from GMG does two videos and flows over Snoop's "Drop It Like It's Hot". Jae Millz shows up to take the cameraman to a T.I. concert at the Apollo. Shea Davis aka Punch, who will be featured on Rap News: Who's Next Part 3, rips a quick freestyle. Look out for this dude, for real. It's funny as hell when battle rapper Lux goes up against somebody in his crew and damn near gets chewed. Un, Verbal, Donna Black, some chick from Bridgeport, Conneticut who says, "F*ck Queens" while standing on Jamaica Ave., and VIP from Cali all make appearances. VIP swears he's hood as f*ck but keeps looking back and forth like crazy, with some big *ss eyes, while he's standing on that dark street in Brooklyn. They run into Red Cafe coming out of a corner store in Brooklyn and he's flashing mad cash and talking reckless. One crazy thing about this video is the number of incriminating statements mofos make. I guess they didn't hear what happened in Baltimore. Dirty Money keeps it hood though and like I said this might be the Best Come Up Dvd Dirty Money made. There's mad freestyles, little talking and you even get the chance to see what 50 Cent was talking about when he says dudes have been saying sh*t on these Dvds. I won't give it away, just watch for the part where they talk to Jadakiss and then he performs with Ja Rule and Fat Joe.
The Game Hollas Back At Jay-Z
Looks like The Game had a few choice words for Jay-Z
at a concert he did in Europe a few nights ago. He also mentioned Ja Rule, Ashanti, Irv Gotti, Joe Budden, Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel, Murda Inc., and Rocafella. The Game done started some sh*t for real now. Listen to the sh*t here
. Read more about the story right here.
Rap News Review: The Come Up Part 2 Mixtape DVD
The Come Up DVD Volume 2
The Come Up DVD Vol. 2 is fire. Dirty Money CEO Fendi takes you through the hood, lets you see Times Square and gives you a behind the scenes with different rappers and industry insiders. Dirty Money rapper Gravy gets to shine when he performs "U Already Know". I ain't gonna lie I thought he was a Biggie knockoff but dude is official. Gravy also has an interview with DJ Kay Slay that's funny as hell. The streets of Brooklyn stand up on this on. You get mixtape murderer Red Cafe chilling on 19th St. with a 645 BMW discussing his record deal, where Shyne used to live and where he got shot at. He even says a Rest In Peace for the n*gg* who did it. I told you this sh*t is hood. His freestyle is hot too. They got 50 Cent and G-Unit's performance at Summer Jam where they get into it with former G-Unit capo Bang 'Em Smurf and his clique, SilverBack Gorillas. 50 starts taking off his jewelry, screams, "Y'all some b*tch *ss n*gg*s" and almost jumps in the crowd when they start throwing chairs and sh*t at him. Of course you got a couple of freaks shaking *ss and talking about the nasty sh*t they do in the next scene. Jadakiss walks through NYC and signs autographs. There's appearances from Lil Jon, The Game, Fabolous, Usher, Elephant Man, Kanye West, UTP, Foxy Brown, Floyd Mayweather, Nick Van Exel, Jalen Rose, Styles P., Juvenile and Trick Daddy. Jae Millz talks about his label deals and freestyles some raw sh*t. I have to say the best parts are the freestyles. You got Cory Gunz, a 16 year old prodigy, who's already better than his father Peter Gunz. Lux, a sick up and coming rapper, and a freestyle from Houston rapper Slim Thug. Underground rapper Uncle Murda and The GMG get gully as well. The funniest sh*t is when they talk to Suge and Kurupt, who's obviously scared as hell of Suge, and Suge makes Kurupt talk. Then Suge makes a comment about only f*ck*ng with gutter Brooklyn n*gg*s like Gravy and not f*ck*ng with Hollywood Brooklyn rappers(Jay-Z?). The thing that's ill is that you get to see everybody acting natural as hell without handlers and managers and all that sh*t. Mixtape DVDs like The Come Up are the future. Cop it at Hip Hop Dvd Spot.
Jay-Z vs.The Game
I know you heard about Jay-Z and Memphis Bleek's appearance on Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex Show in New York. Now everybody's buzzing about beef. Even though The Game has had words for Bleek in the past it's supposed to be resolved. Jay says there's no beef but I don't know. Just peep the freestyle and judge for yourself.
Franchising Rap: The American Way
So I'm talking to some dude I used to know in high school, well I didn't really f*ck with him back then because he was a herb. But you know how sh*t kind of evens out after awhile. Anyway he's like, "I could see you as a millionaire". Pause. I give dude a funny *ss look and say "What?" So he starts going on about how easy it is to get money these days and all this other ying yang. After like 5 minutes and me trying to speed him along while looking annoyed, he gives me the inside scoop. Keep in mind, the n*gg*'s standing outside of Taco Bell in front of a beat up Honda. The deal is you gotta pay a couple hundred for some b*llsh*t and get 5 people to do the same. They in turn recruit 5 people and so on and so forth. You get 5% of everybody's' dough too. Oh yeah you keep doing this until you get 5,000 people under your belt, at which point you would start receiving a check for $100 every month. Anyway before he went in and started his shift he hit me with some real *ss sh*t. He said, "Yo, if you see somebody do something successful in business, just follow them, do the same thing, that's how McDonalds' always works." Even though it made no sense in relation to what he was talking about, I realized that sh*t is true. And you know what else I realized, that's what's wrong with music (the sh*t I listen to anyway) right now. You know how before a rapper drops their album they gotta go on about how they're Alpo before he snitched, been getting that bread on the streets, are a straight hustler, and still got bricks for 10 Grand each. See, m*th*rf*ck*rs peeped the blueprint and now that's all we get. Right now Jay-z's story is the main one n*gg*s are following. Sh*t they're already trying to call T.I. the "Jay-Z of the South". Not to digress but what's good with Swizz Beats using Hov's old lines for hooks on his beats? Ain't it kind of early for that sh*t? For real though franchising is the American way. See something successful and copy that sh*t step for step. What do we really expect from the music business anyway? It's just business.
The Game Gets Dumped On Change Of Heart
Remember when Yukmouth
was beefing with The Game and kept yapping about his tongue ring and appearance on Change of Heart
? Well here is a picture from the episode. The chick that deaded him is kinda official too. Look at her, smiling harder than a m*th*rf*ck*r. I know she wishes she never did that sh*t, The Documentary just went platinum
. Oh yeah and peep dubcnn.com
's interview with 50 Cent where he talks about the rumors of beef between The Game and Lloyd Banks
Master P And Silkk The Shocker: Straight Publicity Hounds And Herbs
Something's not right about the recent arrest of Percy "Master P
" Miller and his brother Vyshonn "Silkk the Shocker
" Miller. It seems like Master P and Silkk the Shocker were stopped while driving near UCLA's campus in a leased Chrysler 300 with no license plates
. During the traffic stop, officers found two loaded guns. One gun was by Silkk and the driver's seat and the other was found under Master P's seat
. The fact that the car didn't have license plates is bad enough, but if you're really expecting something to pop off, why is the gun under the seat? All that's gonna lead to is a gun charge. Plus any 'tru thug from da hood' will tell you," ride with the gun in arms reach or just stash it". What good is a gun under the seat when your brains are on top of the dashboard? Master P knows that sh*t. All that leads me to think mofo's planned that sh*t for the publicity. P knows that the only thing he and The Shocker are gonna get is probation, if that. Shit, duke even plugged 2 albums that he's releasing through Koch
in his statement about the situation talking about, "What did they expect me to be carrying? A can of Mace? If you really want the real story, pick up The Truth (his group TRU's
upcoming album) on February 22nd, and my upcoming solo record, The Ghetto Bill Gates."
. I guess he still hasn't grasped the fact that nobody gives a f*ck about No Limit
Robert Nesta Marley
February 6, 1945- May 11, 1981
Suge Knight Arrested, Again!
Marion "Suge" Knight, Ceo and Founder of Death Row Records, was arrested on suspicion of violating his parole after police found marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop. Police said they searched Suge's Ford pickup and found weed after pulling him over for making an unsafe U-turn. He was also cited for not having insurance. A woman with him, identified as Alexis Wilkenson, 18, of Las Vegas, allegedly had a fake ID and was arrested for investigation of providing false information to police. She was later released. Sheriff's Cpl. Lorraine Riser says Suge will be held in Barstow, Calif., where he was arrested, by sheriff's officials pending a transfer next week to state prison.
Peep 50 Cent's New Video For Disco Inferno
Yo peep 50 Cent's new video for Disco Inferno. Click right here. This video got mad *ss and a guest appearance by bald-headed herb Nick Cannon. I guess Nick Cannon is the newest member of G-Unit. Ha!
Rest In Peace, Ossie Davis
December 18, 1917 - February 4, 2005
Tray Dee of Tha Eastsidaz Gets 12 years in Prison
Remember Snoop's gangbanging *ss group Tha Eastsidaz? Well the old one, Tray Dee aka Tracy Lamar Davis was sentenced to 12 years after pleading guilty to shooting at an occupied vehicle. Prosecutors dropped two counts of assault with a semiautomatic weapon and one count of possession of a firearm as part of the plea bargain. The f*ck*d up thing is he got all that time and didn't even hit nobody. I know some dumb *ss*s are gonna look at this as rap just showing it's true colors but mofo's still gotta live they life. This ain't got nothing to do with Hip Hop, even though duke was probably still mad at Snoop for raping him on the record deal. But sh*t just happens.
Houston Flips Out!
In a Chingy-related story, singer Houston wilded out in his hotel room in Europe. First he tried to jump out a 13 story window in his hotel room. His security saved him and brought him to a lower floor. Next thing you know this n*gg* f*ck*ng gouged his own eye out. The sh*t's graphic but peep the picture. I found it right here. This sh*t ain't even funny yo. His own peeps say he was probably gone off water and was under psychiatric care last year for manic depression.
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