Apparently there is beef between Tyga and Drake, in a recent interview with TMZ, Tyga was viciously honest. He said that Drake was “fake” and he also went on a twitter rant about the YMCMB label.
According to Tyga, he has had beef with both Drake and Nicki Minaj. Although he admits that he likes the Toronto Native’s music, he said he didn’t think he was the real deal.
How did Drake respond? In a very immature way of course. He went on social media, Instagram to be exact; and liked a few of Tyga’s “boo-thing’s” selfies.
Later one of Drake’s associates, OVO Chubbs, made a direct response to Tyga via an Instagram video.
The video shows footage of Tyga, before he was famous on a failed MTV show named “Bustas.” In the video, Tyga talks about his upbringing in the valley.
Yet, Tyga later claimed that the show was scripted and that he actually grew up in Compton. Chubbs then hashtagged the video with #TheyRWhoWeThoughtTheyWere #Eps1.
What is your opinion? Did they respond in the correct matter or was it a bit immature?
As most of you may know, Young Thug is an up and coming artist. Even with his different style of music the rapper also known as Jeffrey Williams is slowly climbing the charts. Along with that, here are a few facts that you probably didn’t know about the Atlanta rapper.
1. He is the youngest of 10 children, and only 22 years old.
2. Future offered him $1.5 million to sign with the Freebandz family, he is currently with 1017 Brick Squad Records.
3. His unique sense of style.
Along with his distinctive taste in music, Young Thug also tends to have a very interesting sense of style. But not in a sense of Kanye style but more of a… Drag Queen. Whether he is doing it to draw attention or simply because he enjoys dressing the way he does, it’s working. The rapper tends to catch the media’s attention every time.
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4. His hair looks like a spider… Literally.
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5. He actually uses clothes pins when he raps.
A promoter for the Kentucky Derby Festival is suing The Game for $75,000 for not performing at the festival.
Apparently, the rapper had agreed to headline at the festival and was paid $35,000 in advance. Yet the day of, the L.A. rapper did a no show for his set after he found out that he had been bumped down from the headliner spot.
According to Courthouse News, the game was wired a deposit before the show. Although, he didn’t show the rapper did not pay the amount back.
The promotion company received a call from The Game’s manager on the day of and said that “The Game would not be performing unless he was headlining the event.”
Would you pick your Pride over the money or should he have behaved differently and did his part?
After all, The Game’s fans were expecting his performance. What is your point of view on this law suit?
As most of you probably know, Snoop Dogg posted continuously on Instagram about Iggy Azalea yesterday. Not only was he posting images of her but he was continuously dissing her via social media.
Snoop began by posting a photo of Iggy without any makeup and this led to Iggy going on a Twitter rant about him basically saying that he was acting two-faced, that in person he acted like they were cool.
Instead of apologizing, Snoop decided to continue posting memes about the rapper and upsetting her even more. He even posted an image of Nicki Minaj with a caption that said Iggy doesn’t write her own raps.
Iggy then turned to Twitter to respond to Snoop’s behavior.
She tweeted, “for the record I only had an issue with the meme in the first place because he acts another way to my face, he even follows me. But the real joke here is the middle aged man who’s butt hurt I asked why he was pulling a Regina George move on social media.”
This afternoon Snoop took it upon himself to apologize to Iggy by saying, “I just got off the phone with my homeboy Tip, king of Atlanta, and it’s officially over. No more bad talk. I apologize. Yeah, I apologize. I won’t do it again.”
Who’s side do you take?
Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder; and his wife Priscilla Chan have announced on Tuesday that they will donate $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation.
The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has infected at least 8,000 people and killed more than 4,000, which makes it the worst in history. The world Health Organization has estimated that they will need at least $1 Billion to stop it.
Zuckerberg’s donation will provide funds that are well needed, but how will they be used?
The CDC director Tom Frieden, said, “This significant contribution from Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Priscilla Chan will help us rapidly advance the fight against Ebola.”
He then added that the generous donation “will provide flexible funding allowing [the] CDC to address the most pressing needs as the epidemic shifts and evolves.”
The donation is going to the CDC Foundation’s Global Disaster Response Fund, this will help address needs that are identified by the CDC.
“It’s easy to say Ebola is still small compared to other diseases of that it’s mostly in other countries and won’t affect us,” wrote Zuckerberg.
“But if we don’t get this under control soon, then it will spread and become an epidemic we have to deal with for decades to come," he added.
What do you think about his generous donation?
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