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Drake calls out Meek Mill again and Andre 3000 disses Drake

  • Drake called Meek Mill a "pussy" while in Philly, Meek Mill's hometown. I guess it looks like these two won't be making up anytime soon. Drake is obviously feeling himself and with good reason. It's being reported that Andre 3000 threw some shots at Drake on Frank Ocean's "Blond" album. I heard the track in question but I didn't listen very closely to notice any jabs.
  • Azealia Banks said she would smash Jay Z and she's mad at Beyoncé for standing her up in the studio. She claims Beyoncé bolted to the club to make sure Jay Z wasn't cheating. Azealia later cleared this story up saying she would sign to Jay Z in a heartbeat if he gave her a deal. But I don't see that happening being that she is so vocal in regards to Beyoncé, his wife. Besides Jay Z just signed another female rapper to his Roc Nation label. Her name is Rapsody. Have you heard of her?
  • Due to the #SoGoneChallenge spearheaded by Chance The Rapper, reports say the song has found it sales go up some 300% percent. "So Gone" was originally released in 2003 and was performed by Monica and Missy Elliott. Hopefully this inspires Monica to go back in the studio with Missy and really crank out some hit songs and a great album cause I can't remember the last time I truly enjoyed a Monica album the whole way through. 
  • Those pesky cheating rumors continue to dog Tiny and T.I. Harris. It was revealed that T.I. started following some Ana Nicole chick, who is the same girl T.I. was accused of cheating with. I believe this is the girl that is an escort and is a part of the infamous Taz Angel's syndicate. I actually follow Taz Angel's on Snapchat because someone told me I should follow them. A lot of times I skip through their snaps and with good reason. They're boring!
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