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Birdman and Lil' Wayne end feud and Meek Mill and 50 Cent feud

A lot going on in the music world, which is good I guess, since it gives me news to report and comment on. First up, is the beef between 50 Cent and Meek Mill. If Meek thought he couldn't keep up with Drake, 50 Cent is in a totally different category. It all started when Meek threw a dis at 50 Cent on his new EP. In typical 50 Cent fashion, he responded with a slew of insults on Instagram. He clowned Meek for his career being over to him simply needing to get Nicki(Minaj) pregnant so he can collect child support. This is getting nasty real quick and its really all entertainment. 50 Cent: 1 Meek: 0 One feud that has been patched up for the time being is that between Birdman and Lil' Wayne. If you recall the two had been embroiled in a nasty lawsuit. Wayne accused Birdman of withholding money and things just got nasty from then on out. It forced Lil' Wayne to release several mixtapes to keep his fans happy as "The Carter 6" was held up indefinitely. And who could forget Birdman running into Lil' Wayne in the club and tossing water on him. Well now it looks like all has been forgiven. Birdman and Lil' Wayne were seen partying it up at LIV, a popular nightclub in Miami(I believe). Birdman took time to address the hate he had been receiving lately namely from Rick Ross and Trick Daddy. He called his foes out before announcing that he and Wayne were back together, no pun intended. Something tells me Wayne is just trying to save face because he wants badly to release "The Carter 6". But this could also be a genuine makeup so hopefully it is. We'll have to see how this all plays out. Until next time folks! Thanks for reading!
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