50 Cent & Floyd Mayweather Are Out Here Wilin’

So, to be honest, I have no idea why 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather are beefing, son. At this point, I can’t keep track of their issues with each other. I mean, I can vaguely remember 50 being upset with Mayweather for renigging on making The Money Team a joint business venture. However, I’m not sure about any of that, man. All I know is, this conflict has officially gotten out of hand, fam. On the real, if anyone has been paying attention to social media, it’s clear that these dudes will stoop to any level just to diss one another.

Ok, for those who missed it, there’s A TON of fuckery in the air. Now, I’m not sure how the drama got reignited, but 50 and Mayweather have been going at it on Instagram. The latest battle between the two began when 50 made fun of the fact that a woman named Bad Medina left Mayweather. This caused Mayweather to “write” an entire diatribe about how 50 is a broke, herpes-infested snitch who hasn’t had a hit in years. Side note, I put the word “write” in quotations because we ALL know that Mayweather isn’t the strongest reader. Hell, that’s one of 50’s most consistent jokes about him, bruh.

Now, here’s where shit starts to go off of the rails, son. Look, it’s one thing to call each other names, but it’s another thing to bring up family issues and dead associates, man. So, after their initial back-and-forth, 50 went on to claim that Mayweather was the reason that rapper Earl Hayes murdered actress Stephanie Moseley and then killed himself. Originally, it was alleged that the Hit The Floor actress had an affair with Trey Songz and was confronted by Hayes about it. However, 50 suggested that Hayes actually confronted Mayweather on FaceTime about sleeping with Moseley before committing the murder-suicide.

To make matters worse, 50 then released a screenshot of a domestic violence police report against Mayweather. In the report, it details an incident where Koraun Mayweather, Floyd’s son, recounts a situation when Floyd assaulted the boy’s mother. All in all, I can’t believe this entire scenario has gone this far, fam. I mean, in all seriousness, what the fuck is wrong with 50 Cent, bruh?

Keeping it a buck, I really don’t see how 50 can justify any of this, son. Shit, what is there to gain from bringing up two dead people and a domestic violence victim? For the love of God, how fucking old are we, man?! 50 Cent is in his fucking 40’s, fam! Frankly, he’s too cotdamn old to be this immature, bruh. And for what? To win a fucking argument on social media? Good Lord, this is some of the dumbest and most reckless shit I’ve ever witness, people!

In the end, both of these dudes need to grow up, son. Ultimately, this brand of tomfoolery should not be on display for the world to witness. Then again, nothing I’ve said here will make a bit of difference, man. By and by, I used to be a 50 fan, but this is just who he is, fam. At the end of the day, I should be more shocked that I can still be shocked by his fuckery. That is all. LC out.

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Rap Beef Has Always Been Disrespectful

Man, I’ve been talking about Pusha T for almost a week, son. All I know is, between his album, Daytona, and his beef with Drake, all of his moves have been good for Hip-Hop. So, I don’t regret a cotdamn thing, man. In any case, today’s post isn’t exactly about Pusha, fam. If anything, his recent diss to Drake has brought out all of the sensitive people, bruh. Listen, for those who are new to Rap music, battling has ALWAYS been disrespectful, brethren. All in all, if anybody thinks that Pusha went too far on “The Story Of Adidon,” then CLEARLY that person doesn’t know Rap history, folks.

Ok, before I continue, I want to give everybody a little homework, son. Now, it’s impossible for me to highlight every diss song ever released, man. I mean, waaaaaay too many muhfuckas have been snapped on, fam. However, there are three particular songs that are strong enough to prove my point. So, I want everyone to go listen to Tupac Shakur‘s “Hit ‘Em Up,” Jay-Z‘s “Supa Ugly” and 50 Cent‘s “Back Down.” The first song came out in 1996, the second came out in 2001 and the third came out in 2003. Basically, in that decade alone, three of the most disrespectful diss tracks were released, bruh.

Now, let’s examine these songs, son. To begin, let’s talk about “Hit ‘Em Up,” man. So, in the span of one verse, Tupac talks about smashing The Notorious B.I.G.‘s wife, Faith Evans, he calls Lil’ Kim all types of “bitches and hoes” and he threatens to kill the entire Junior M.A.F.I.A. In “Supa Ugly,” Hov talks extensively, and grossly, about how he and Allen Iverson had sex with Nas‘s baby mama, Carmen Bryan. In “Back Down,” 50 explicitly talks about murdering Ja Rule‘s mother, father, wife and children. Shit, he literally says that he would “erase” Ja’s “dirty ass kids,” fam. My God, that’s another level of beef, bruh.

So, in light of all of these songs, is Pusha’s diss to Drake really that disrespectful? Ok, yes, it is, but it’s still not the harshest response in Rap history, son. Look, individually, we all might taken offense to certain punchlines. However, at the end of the day, this is Hip-Hop, man. The entire objective of beef is to demolish the opposition, fam. Needless to say, Pusha is doing EXACTLY what it takes to come out on top, bruh.

In the end, folks need to lighten the fuck up, son. Ultimately, as long as no one is throwing hands or busting shots, let the beef cook, man. By and by, a little verbal gymnastics never hurt anybody, fam. With that being said, I’m still looking for Drake’s response, bruh. All I can say is, he’s going to need to come five times harder than “Duppy Freestyle,” people. That is all. LC out.

So… Nicki Minaj Finally Responded To Remy Ma…

Welp, the beef between Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj got wack very quickly, didn’t it? Look, it started off with a bang when “ShEther” came out. However; every subsequent event after the release of that song has been trash. I mean, Nicki was galavanting all over the world like she wasn’t thinking about this, while Remy put out the uber-basura “Another One.” In addition, Remy hit the interview circuit, talking to anyone who would listen about her gripes with Nicki. *Sigh* I was hoping for more, son. I was hoping for a helluva lot more, man. With all of that being said, Nicki’s response on the newly-released “No Frauds” can’t save this feud, bruh. It’s already dead.

So, in the middle of the night, Nicki decided to drop a trio of records. She put out the aforementioned “No Frauds” with Drake and Lil Wayne, “Changed It” with another Wayne feature, and “Regret In Your Tears,” a Meek Mill takedown. All in all, I guess these songs make sense since pictures of the recently-reunited trio started circulating around social media. I mean, it’s all cool in theory, but none of these records move me, man. Now, in regards to Nicki’s replies on “No Frauds,” they were good enough to beat “Another One,” but definitely not “ShEther.”

Moving on, after listening to that record a few times, it’s evident that Nicki is responding directly to “Another One.” This further proves the point that Remy’s second diss track was a terrible idea. If she just left it at “ShEther,” I doubt Nicki would’ve ever responded. Remy let her back in the game with that corny ass follow-up record. Shiiiit, everyone on her team should be fired for letting her release that garbage. In any case, Nicki made a couple of references to record sales and plastic surgery, but nothing hit hard for me.

Ultimately, this battle was not what I envisioned, son. I won’t lie, man, I’m disappointed in both Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj. On the real, both of these women can actually rap, bruh. I just wished they brought bigger guns to the shootout. This whole shit ended up being a waste, man. *Sigh* LC out.

P.S. Did Nicki really drop a diss song with features on it? Did Nicki really drop a diss song where the hook is a “No Type” ripoff? Man, this shit is an obvious ploy for radio play. When she enlists Drake and Wayne, she doesn’t even have to have a good song. The record will sell based on the names only. Look, either battle for real or don’t, Nicki. I can’t stand the tomfoolery, son. That is all.

P.P.S. Nicki’s Instagram rant was harder than the damn music. Man, what part of the game is this? She must’ve learned about “Twitter fingers” from Meek. Good Lord, this is fucking corny, son! For the last time, numbers don’t fucking matter! KRS-One was a nobody when he took down MC Shan. 50 Cent was underground when he destroyed Ja Rule. The game is soooo fucked up, man. *Sigh* No mas.