This week, Stitches got knocked out by The Game‘s manager after waiting outside of a Miami nightclub for the Compton, California rapper. Elsewhere, Rick Ross apparently disses Drake, Lil Wayne and Puff Daddy on leaked Black Market cut “Color Money.” Lastly, Young Money signee Jae Millz defends Lil Wayne’s No Ceilings 2 mixtape after radio personality Charlamagne Tha God criticized the project.

Stitches Punched By The Game’s Manager & Game Disses Stitches

On Friday (December 4), Stitches was knocked out by The Game‘s manager, Wack 100, in front of Story Nightclub in Miami.

Stitches was apparently denied entry into the club and waited for The Game to come out.

In a video, Stitches can be seen hitting the pavement after Wack 100 punches him in the face and the two were later arrested for the altercation.

The Game and Stitches have been immersed in a social media back and forth since the incident occurred with Stitches declaring it’s “wartime pussy” and The Game clowning Stitches for getting stitches.

“The same mouth this pussy talked about MY KIDS from got busted the fuck open now the stitches on ya mouth ain’t no fuckin tattoo……” The Game wrote on an Instagram Friday (December 4). “You brought ya lil dumb ass up there wit 5 clowns packed in a Porsche, drove around for 2 hours making a Insta-Movie, all 5 got out the car acting tough because the police was out there, you ran up, ya homies didn’t move & you got yo pussy ass knocked out on video in front of the police…… Now all of a sudden, ya IG page PRIVATE lol.”

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Rick Ross Disses Drake, Lil Wayne & Puff Daddy On “Color Money”

“Color Money,” a cut off Rick Ross’ forthcoming album Black Market was leaked this week.

On the track, Ricky Rozay takes shots at Puff Daddy, Lil Wayne and Drake while making references to the OVO rapper’s Meek Mill diss track “Back 2 Back.”

“My lil homie made a million on his girl tour / We back to back and down to whack a nigga unborn / Miami niggas got them changing all the gun laws / So run Forrest got some shooters and they dying too / I got more money than that pussy that you’re signed to,” Young Renzel raps.

Despite Ross enlisting Puffy as co-executive producer for his Mastermind album and apparently promoting Apple Ciroc on social media recently, the MMG boss dropped a few lines for Puff Daddy too.

“Double M, we balling way harder than Puff and them / It ain’t no love lost, I only see one boss,” he raps.

Rick Ross recently made an appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club in which he vaguely answers questions about “Color Money,” saying he was just with Lil Wayne in the club and leaving whether or not he was dissing Drake up for interpretation.

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Jae Millz Responds To Charlamagne’s Criticism Of Lil Wayne’s “No Ceilings 2” Mixtape

Lil Wayne released his No Ceilings 2 mixtape on Thanksgiving and radio personality Charlamagne Tha God took to Twitter to express his displeasure in the project.

“Lil Wayne No Ceilings 2 is WEAK. Best thing about that tape is the features. Now who from Wayne camp going to be mad I tweeted that?,” Charlamagne tweeted.

Young Money’s Jae Millz, who is featured on the project, didn’t take too kindly to the radio personality’s tweet and blasted him over the criticism ensuing in a back and forth between the two.

“4ever sucking wild dick hoping for attention then wanna joke thru airwaves & social media when he get it!,” Jae Millz tweeted in response to Charlamagne.

The Young Money signee then makes reference to Charlamagne and rapper Fredro Starr‘s exchange during a Breakfast Club interview last July and a viral video of Charlamagne allegedly running around cars to avoid being jumped.

Charlamagne later sent out a tweet saying, “Fuck You and Fredro tho.”

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