According to a familiar cliché, a picture is worth a thousand words. Your favorite celebrities—including rappers—are doing less and less press, but luckily their thumbs and smartphones still work. Instagram has provided a way for them to document their lives and/or thoroughly embarrass themselves for our collective enjoyment. The beauty of it all is that you don’t even need to join Instagram, as most rappers are perfectly fine leaving their feeds open for public viewing. And if you’d rather avoid the IG life altogether, we’ve filtered through the top rapper’s pictures and videos and consolidated all the week’s events into one convenient feed.

This week, Drake meets his dream girl, Angie Martinez works her first shift at Power 105, and Tyler, The Creator poses with his inhaler. Check the rest of the week’s top Instagram posts below.

A Kiss From Skylar Diggins, Drake's Dream Comes True

Bobby Shmurda's name is new to many who don't peruse the funny videos on Vine or constantly check on what's hot on YouTube. The Brooklyn emcee has swayed a few hips since the beginning of summer with his now signature shimmy dubbed the "Shmoney Dance." it could have been considered another fad, until Beyonce and Jay Z came along and co-signed 20-year-old Shmurda on their On The Run tour stop. It continued to go uphill since. Bobby recently announced that he signed to Epic Records and poses for a picture to prove it.

Angie Martinez Kicks Off Her First Show At Power 105

Cam'ron claims he and Mariah Carey were always just friends but the best part about this Throwback Thursday picture is that he added the hashtag "#NickWasntThere" in the caption of the post. It's true. These pictures were probably taken around the time they recorded "Boy (I Need You)" and that was all pre-Nick Cannon. According to one of the commenters, "Nick wasn't even born yet." 

Tyler, The Creator & His Inhaler

The concertgoers at the 2014 Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival were in for a surprise treat when Jay Z walked out and joined Jay Electronica on stage. It's also a double treat whenever you catch Jay Z performing in his home borough of Brooklyn. Jay Z performed a few of his classic hits and both Jays performed their remix of "We Made It." If you don't remember what kind of commotion that song received when it first dropped, click here to remind yourself.

DJ Premier Pays Tribute To Guru On His Birthday

Makeup at its finest. Los Angeles Clippers player Blake Griffin disguised himself as Drake to confuse Drake's fans in the "Drake vs Blake" skit that was aired this week during the Drake-hosted ESPYs. In the skit, the rapper and the athlete find themselves in a rivalry when they disagree on a title for their upcoming imaginary action movie. Drake dresses up as Blake and defends his flopping in an interview to make him look bad and Blake dresses up as Drake to completely sabotage his rap persona. "Tbt to that one time I started from the bottom," wrote Blake. He even perfected the Drake stance.

Meet Gunplay At Wingstop

No idea if Nicki Minaj is a regular on Vine or just happened to stumble across Vine user King Bach's videos but when she realized one of her Pink Friday singles was used in a video about saving Jordans by any means possible, she had to repost it. "#video no yall did NOT turn "save me" into a ratchet Jordan commercial. Good nite sir! Y~(C)Y~(C)Y~(C)Y~(C)Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~,Y~, #bruh," she wrote in the caption for the "Save Me" video. That's the beauty of music. Everyone has their own interpretation.

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