Walking alongside Iggy in the street, Young gushed over his girlfriend's booty.
"You see all of this, you see all this," Nick asked paparazzi while walking alongside Iggy Azalea. "This is what I'm on, man - I'm the star - you see what I'm going into this car with? What I'm gonna do with this shouldn't be legal. [laughs] All that a**." (TMZ Sports)
Despite growing speculation and widespread reports, Iggy demolished recent nude pic rumors last week.
"Anyway, that was cute guys. Try again soon. Better luck next time…
Details of Drizzy's legal woe surfaced online early Thursday (April 17).
Drake cheated and lied on his latest album -- shamelessly stealing a jazz musician's lyrics and then lying on the album that he got permission -- so claims the jazz musician's people. The song in question is "Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2." The song begins with a 35 second monologue from a 1982 song -- "Jimmy Smith Rap" -- recorded by jazz musician Jimmy Smith. According to a new lawsuit -- obtained by TMZ -- Drake never got permission to use the clip. Even worse, represented in the liner notes that the clip was properly licensed. (TMZ)
Not only concerned with Drizzy, the rapper's Cash Money…
Miami rapper Trina is reportedly still upset over the overnight romance between speculated boyfriend French Montana and reality television superstar Khloé Kardashian.
According to reports, the "Baddest Chick" is ready to move forward with her life without Frenchie.
"She feels like French is an opportunist," the insider tells us. "He dropped Trina and went right on to Khloe, Trina stood by his side through everything and he just discarded her. They were living together, I mean come on. She has no clue what's going on, she's reading about it just like everyone else is." He'll eventually have to go back to New Jersey and face the music but Trina might not be there. "She's so angry, she may just move out or throw his things on the curb," our source adds. "She's so angry and hurt." (Hollywood Life)
Earlier this week,…
New York rapper Papoose is not falling back on recent comments he made about fellow Big Apple native Jay Z, specifically the fact Young Hov is not as elite an emcee as himself.
In Pap's perspective, Jigga Man's lyrical skills do not match up to his own.
"It was an uproar, as always when I speak the truth. It was just an uproar. Some people agree with me. Some people disagree with me. That's what happened. It was definitely an uproar, I can say that. A lot of people reacted to that statement. Like I said, I seen a balance. Me just doing my own [analysis] of it, I seen a lot of people who said, 'Yo, technically Papoose is better than Jay Z. Lyrically Papoose is.' If you put all the extra sh*t aside which has nothing to do with our craft. ... Facts is facts, lyrically he's not on my level." (VLAD TV)
Earlier this month, Pap…
Death Row vs Top Dawg
Suge Knight made some interesting comments to Arsenio Hall on his late night show a month or so back concerning the types of record deals that artist, specifically the two most notable ones from Compton (Game, Kendrick Lamar) signed to become major label artists that have riled up the feathers of the otherwise relatively soft-spoken TDE CEO. Suge initially had this to say to Hall:
The deals are still messed up. I think it’s unfair if you really look at it, if you look at Interscope, the two guys from Compton—Game, Kendrick Lamar—got two of the worst deals in the industry. And when you look at it, it’s not so much the production company fault, but what people don’t realize is that if you’re on Universal, it’s the ship. Then Interscope get they cut, then Aftermath get they cut, then G-Unit get they cut. Then the guy who really has Game signed, it was another production company, then it came to Game. The reality is there’s more slavery now than ever.
Last night, on BET, Suge …Continue
Nasty Nas took a hands-on approach to understanding why Keef may behave the way he does.
"What people gotta understand that in the street, you don't exist until you do something to put your name on one of the history book pages. When you out there and you think you have nothing, the smallest thing can give you some purpose," he lamented. "Whether it's you make people scared of you, you demand respect, you put fear in people's hearts around you, you took something from this dude, you joined that crew and you about that life... Whatever you're doing, you feel like now you can be counted. So people don't care about consequences because they feel like they're starting from nothing, anyway." (REVOLT TV)
The rap mogul also acknowledged…
Despite students angry at the school's decision, Howard University has no plans of etching him out of the commencement event.
Howard U.'s students are up in arms after Sean "Diddy" Combs was selected to speak at the school's graduation -- mostly because Diddy dropped out of Howard ... and many students believe he isn't a worthy role model. But Howard's not backing down -- a rep for the school tells us, commencement will go forward next month as planned ... with Diddy helming the prestigious commencement speech. The rep adds, "Howard University continues the tradition of identifying leaders whose work has clearly contributed to the advancement of their fields and the world ... We are honored to have Mr. Combs serve as our speaker." (TMZ)
According to reports, Puffy's big day will go down on Saturday, May…
The "Talk of New York" jumped onto his Twitter page to speak out on the Unit.
"As much bullets I took for Gunit. My moms crib shot up almost killed my sis and my niece. Now I'm compared to milk. I made that brand.," Yayo tweeted April 16. (Tony Yayo's Twitter)
Last month, Fif said his longtime pal had come to rely on him for too much.
"I just shot 13 music videos for Animal Ambition," Fif said in an interview. "With Ya, I put him in like 4 of the joints - I think some people are like milk. They have an expiration date. No matter what you do, they'll spoil after awhile. What I'm saying to you is I've done a lot for them. Being personable with people, they'll feel like that homeboy code - 'You got it, so you should give it to me,' versus what makes sense. If you don't sustain your value in the marketplace, I gotta pay you the market rate." ("The Breakfast Club")
Recently, 50 said frustration and anger may have contributed to Yayo's publicized anti-Unit remarks.
"I had a wonderful journey with the people I grew up with. I think the frustration comes from shock, probably, that it's not everything they wanted it…
With support from Los Angeles' Mayor Eric Garcetti, Jay will help California fans enjoy the festival locally.
The Budweiser Made in America music festival is coming to Los Angeles, but who is performing and how the city will manage the two-day concert are still mysteries. Jay Z and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti held a news conference Wednesday to announce the music festival, which is planned for Labor Day weekend and will be held simultaneously with one in Philadelphia. They did not announce the lineup of performers or address residents' concerns about the venue -- a park in downtown Los Angeles that is crossed by several streets and partially surrounded by residential buildings. (ABC News)
During the conference, Young Hov…
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