Word around the street is that Diddy slapped Drake at Club LIV in Miami last night (Dec 7), when the two were attending DJ Khaled's birthday party. According to a few reports circulating the internet this morning, things got physical between the two rappers.
There were a few notable people on twitter claiming to have seen or at least confirm that Diddy slapped Drake , such as DJ Sam Sneak and Charlamange Tha God. MTV is also reporting on the incident.
The details as to why the two would be fighting are unclear, but Sam Sneak says on twitter
XXL Reports: DJ Paul recently visited New York City to celebrate the release of Good Wood NYC’s LordInfamous Smoke Kit. Designed and curated by Paul and Good Wood, the smoke box pays tribute to LordInfamous and his contributions to the hip-hop community.
Lord Infamous, who passed away last year in his sleep of a heart attack in Memphis, started his career in the early 1990s and helped form the legendary group Three 6 Mafia. This past Halloween, the currently-named Da Mafia 6ix (which no longer includes co-founder Juicy J) released a project titled Hear Sum Evil mixtape that featured unreleased verses from Lord Infamous.Read more
AHH Reports: This is going to get messier by the day.
Jas Prince filed suit against Cash Money Records for breach of contract, saying the company allegedly owes him $4 million in profits for rapper Drake.
Now Lil Wayne’s manager, who is also an exec Prince’s company Cortez Bryant lawyer says that his client only signed off on the documents because he was afraid for his life.Read more
Rare.us Reports: Comedian Chris Rock gave an interview with The Vulture recently where he weighed in on a number of topics, including President Obama and the latest with Ferguson, Missouri.
Notably, he talked bout racial progress in America. Continue reading hereRead more
The grand jury decision not to bring charges in the chokehold death of Eric Garner, announced Wednesday, was followed with public demonstrations in cities across the nation -- and the Internet.
Thousands of tweeters are up in arms against racial profiling and police brutality in America, issues that have been hard to ignore amid recent protests over the police killings of Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Akai Gurley and others. #BlackLivesMatter and #HandsUpDontShoot have played a large role in addressing these issues on social media, but there's a new hashtag in town: #CrimingWhileWhite. Continue reading here:Read more