This latest NYC Hip Hop dust-up will be ample ammunition for rival Funkmaster Flex's next bomb.
50 Cent and Steven Victor had their work cut out for them but inclusions from Quavo and Future sent the late Woo star off properly.
Atlanta hot sauce and hot music are on the menu for the LVRN R&B star.
Could the Florida singer be the next John Legend or Anthony Hamilton?
Both sides apparently want The Marathon to continue but the silent treatment has prevented that from happening.
The music mogul explains the term "economic empowerment" and how young adults in their 20s can get on the path to becoming billionaires.
Now that her Tekashi 6ix9ine-assisted 'TROLLZ' is No. 1, The Pinkprint is looking for more action.
"Imagine getting kidnapped by J Prince squad and that nigga just lecturing you slow as hell. Just kill me already, brah" one fan tweeted.
"My first huge ass chain! Aku Aku! Half a million!" the "Dark Knight Dummo" rapper exclaimed.
The date is widely erroneously credited to be the official date that ended the enslavement of Black people in the U.S.
Makeup, facial masks, scented pine cones and nail polish are just a sliver of the products that will bear the Yeezy trademark.
The part-time MC actually feels no sports should return until the country fully addresses its racial tension.
The Detroit rhyme legend sat down with HipHopDX to release some steam on growing up in Detroit and being called the n-word for the first time in the wake of the nation's civil unrest.
The Little Brother MC shares his truth after BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch sets a deadline for action.
"This what the streets needed," the GOOBA rapper gleefully boasted.
"I'm about to bring six Klansman to their knees ..."
But wait, there's plenty more!
"Fuck it, why wait?" they collectively ask.
The multi-platinum singer is donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, along with a handful of other celebrities.
"The look of enticement, the pure joy and climax on the face of this bigot, murderer, thug, pig, bum, Derek Chauvin, haunts me!!"