Posts Tagged ‘beef’

Adrien Broner is mere days away from a crossroads bout against Jesse Vargas. But instead of being focused on that fight, Broner has his eyes set on a more unlikely foe in troll rapper extraordinaire Tekashi 6ix9ine.

The ill will began with 6ix9ine setting Broner’s IG on fire by commenting “clown” on a picture the former champion posted of himself and Charlamagne tha God. Considering 6ix9ine’s recent interview with the Breakfast Club, the “clown” comment was likely for Charlamagne. However, Broner immediately retorted with his own vitriol for the rainbow-haired rapper.

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@6ix9ine_ bitch ass nigga better chill out #OnGod #ThisAintThat

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That was all 6ix9ine needed to post his own video challenging Broner to a $300k bet he loses to Vargas this Saturday.

Maybe the PBC needs to add 6ix9ine to the promo team? Broner vs. Vargas airs on Showtime this Saturday at 9 p.m. ET.

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You a comedian/ We don’t come to you for bars/ We straight/ On top of that you fake/ You signed to G Unit 10 years too late!

A sleeping giant has awakened. After Uncle Murda threw some shots on wax with his version of the “Rap Up” and then took it further with a disrespectful DM, Skillz has decided to unleash some lethal bars on “Murda Gram.” He breaks down the full origin of the beef while deconstructing Murda’s style and standing amongst the legacy of Brooklyn emcees (and goes on to name a bunch of past and present rappers better than him).

Uncle Murda has an uphill battle (no pun intended) with this one. He doesn’t have the high ground since he shamelessly bit the “Rap Up” concept, and there’s really not any dirt on Skillz out there. And Murda’s not witty enough to put together a diss like this and frankly, empty gun talk threats and adlibs ain’t gonna cut it.

Not even a week into the year and a body has already been caught…

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You gotta love the irony when it comes to Blac Youngsta. Out on bail for allegedly shooting up Young Dolph’s truck at CIAA, the man starts off the track professing his innocence. Not even five seconds later, he’s threatening to kill Young Dolph with lines about “putting him on a t-shirt” and “shooting him in the face on a church day.” Don’t expect this beef to end anytime soon.

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Foxy Brown is not taking that Remy Ma’s stray shot lying down. The Brooklyn emcee is throwing down her name in the beef gauntlet by releasing a preview of her “Takeover” backed diss “Breaks Over.” After Remy’s brutal “ShEther,” many speculated on if a Nicki Minaj response could muster the same level of disrespect, naming getting personal about Remy’s recent miscarriage. Well, Foxy has no qualms about taking it there.

I’m a motherfuckin’ BK savage

And I heard about that bitch’s miscarriage

For those unaware, Remy and Foxy already have a combative history. We can be most assured that Fox will get a response.

Gucci Mane ft. Nicki Minaj – “Make Love”

Posted: February 24, 2017 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj are reunited, but it’s the latter that steals the show on “make Love.” In a verse that will surely fuel the rumors of a Nicki-Remy beef, Minaj goes in on a anonymous challenger to the throne.

You see, silly rabbit, to be the queen of rap

You gotta sell records

You gotta get plaques

There’s a few other lines about this unnamed adversary needing to stay in her “bum ass” place. But before we all jump out the window, it should be noted that Remy has said she has no problems with Nicki. And because the talent pool on the mainstream level is so thin for female emcees, every aggressive bar from either Remy or Nicki will be perceived as directed towards each other, for better or worse.

“Make Love” is available now on all streaming platforms.

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“I’ve been sparring you for the last five years…” Dolph

Young Dolph is ready to challenge for the crown. The Memphis young gunner is coming at Yo Gotti’s neck on the Zaytoven-produced “Play Wit Yo’ Bitch.” Dolph gets very personal by disparaging Gotti’s brother, their past business dealings and who truly reps Memphis correctly. And in true “Hit ‘Em Up” fashion, the track ends with a minute-long rant.

Dolph’s Gelato mixtape drops February 3.

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A rehab stint for drugs and depression hasn’t stopped Kid Cudi from making a threatening promise to Drake on social media. After being the target of a few slick lines on Drake’s “Two Birds One Stone” this week, Cudi challenged the OVO leader to a one on one confrontation.

Apparently, they don’t take away your phone privileges anymore during recovery. It’ll be interesting to see how Drake plays this since he received backlash for using Cudi’s condition as a punchline.