These days, you can find everything on the ‘Gram. From updates about your favorite artists to discovering the future of the culture in pretty much every corner of the app itself, no moment goes unnoticed in a mass media driven world. Instagram has long been a mainstay for photographers and video lovers alike, but the app also serves a very special purpose for musicians, celebrities and anyone who wants to get their voice heard and connect with each other.
This week’s edition of Instagram Flexin’ includes Trippie Redd linking up with J. Cole and Smokepurpp spending a fortune on jewelry.
Trippie Redd Meets J. Cole
Trippie Redd has previously expressed his admiration for J. Cole on several occasions, saying, “He’s hard, regardless of what you think. He is a rapper. He gives you nothing but bars and lyrical play, which is amazing.” It appears the two have finally met in person, though it’s unclear where or for what occasion, as the photo’s location was tagged as “FAR AWAY.”
Smokepurpp Drops $1.5M On Jewelry In One Day
Purpp shared a video rocking what looks to be pounds of diamonds and gold during his trip to jewelers Avianne & Co. He can be heard asking the jeweler how much the total is, to which the man responds “$1.5 mil.”
21 Savage Challenges Rappers To FIFA Match
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21 went on Instagram Live to post a clip of himself playing FIFA, saying, “Any of you rappers want smoke in FIFA, we playin’ FIFA right now in the G5. We could bet whatever you want.”
Chief Keef Honors The Late Fredo Santana
Chief Keef’s cousin and collaborator, Fredo Santana, passed away from a seizure in January. This week, Sosa commemorated his birthday with an Instagram post.
Lil Pump Drops “Drug Addicts” Video
Pump shared the visuals for his “Drug Addicts” single on IG. In May, Pump said he wanted Charlie Sheen in the video, a feat which he has evidently pulled off.
Cardi B. Complains About Raccoons In New York
Cardi, who just declared herself the “king of New York” in a verse, addresses the raccoon “epidemic” in her city, hilariously theorizing that the government is placing rabies-infested animals in their communities.
Swizz Beatz Has A Message For Timbaland
In a since-deleted video, Swizz called out Timbaland and repeatedly played a Lil Wayne track featuring the lyrics of “Pistol on my side/ you don’t wanna hear that thang talk.” The caption also promoted his forthcoming Poison album.