Aretha Franklin Drags Nicki Minaj And Remy Ma In Hilarious Parody Diss Record

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Y’all play too much!

Case in point: This new parody of what the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin would say if she actually had some skin in the game when it comes to the beef between Nicki Minaj And Remy Ma. Following in the hilarious footsteps of Got2BReal, on Wednesday Youtube user named Darcell Bios created this fake savage clapback video that will give you life!

Yes, she really did say: “You out jail and you must have hired Annalise Keating.” That and, “You got weak walls, do some kegels.”

The same week this video dropped, we reported that Remy Ma came to The Wendy Show dressed for a funeral. The ShETHER rapper, who dropped Another One last night, opened up about her issues with Minaj and revealed it’s deeper than mere punch lines.

She accused Minaj of snubbing her at past awards shows and attempting to keep her off of the red carpet at certain events.

“When you’re trying to stop my bag, when you’re trying to stop me from taking care of my children, then I have a problem with that,” she said.

Later on, Williams insisted that the 36-year-old came “dressed for a funeral,” to which Ma took replied: “I came appropriate for the services. My grandmother always told me to never speak ill of the dead.”

Minaj has yet to explicitly address the beef or issue a rap response.


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Exclusive: Kevin Hart Weighs In On Meek Mill & Beanie Sigel’s Beef At ‘What Now?’ Premiere


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Kevin Hart is geared up for the release of his third stand-up comedy special to hit the big screen, titled Kevin Hart: What Now?.

Kevin used his own money to pay for the tour and movie, and partnered with Universal to distribute and release it. Now, that’s a boss move. Mouse Jones caught up with the funny man on the red carpet during the New York premiere on Wednesday, and got to know a little bit more about Kevin’s new comedy special.

We also heard Kev’s thoughts on the rap beef between Beanie Sigel and Meek Mill. He said he’s not about negativity, but wants them to settle things because they are so important to the city of Philadelphia.

Kevin Hart: What Now? is in theaters everywhere today.

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Lupe Fiasco Threatens Kid Cudi During A Recent Show


During a recent show this past weekend in Milwaukee, Lupe Fiasco seemed to rekindle a beef with rapper Kid Cudi. During his se, he told the crowd the next time he runs into Kid Cudi things would get physical. “To all my enemies, you are now forgiven / Except Kid Cudi cause that’s not my m****f****n’ buddy / If I see him in the streets, it’s getting m*****f****n’ ugly”.

Just a few moments later at the same show, Lupe Fiasco is heard saying “I’ma let that shit with f****n’ Cudi go.” Additionally,  Lupe Fiasco responded top a few fans on twitter questioning his beef with the Cleveland rapper stating that he “had a moment” and decided to let it go. He later deleted his post about the situation.






5 Crushing Examples Of What Happens When You Lose A Rap Beef


One thing is for certain: after more than 30 years, hip-hop has had its fair share of beef. From MC Shan vs. KRS-One, to LL Cool J vs. Canibus, to Meek Mill vs. Drake, beef is plentiful. But as it in every battle, there is a winner and loser.

While there’s no doubt that a little competition is good for the culture, sometimes the stakes can be rather high; a good beef could cause you to go from a platinum-selling artist to not being able to get a feature or worse, it could be a career-ender.

So, we’d like to take this time to look back at some of the biggest beef losers in recent memory. Check out our list, in no particular order.

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In the ’99 and the 2000, Ja Rule was on top of the world. His Venni Vetti Vecci album went platinum and he followed that up with the triple platinum Rule 3:36. In 2002, he put out another triple platinum album called Pain Is Love. Then he got bombarded with a series of non-stop disses from 50 Cent that left his new next two albums barely going gold until legal issues and diss track sent him on a 5-year hiatus. Fortunately, after a jail term, Ja Rule is back, rebranded, and has a reality TV show that’s actually really good. Follow The Rules premieres Monday, October 26th on MTV.

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The mixtape game belonged to Canibus in the late ’90s, but after borrowing LL’s microphone off his arm, he found himself in a beef with the rapper who offed legends like Big Daddy Kane and MC Shan. While LL’s diss record on “4,3,2,1” was ill, it was ultimately interviews and Canibus’s removal from the song that had the Jamaican-American rapper losing the battle – even though his reply “2nd Round Knockout” was filled with crazy battle rhymes and Mike Tyson. Still, after several awful albums, his career turned as hot as Sarah Palin’s house. Click here to see what he’s up to now.



In 2002, Benzino decided to take on Eminem in a rap feud that was easily the most lopsided fight since Ronda Rousey vs. (Insert a name here). We all knew Benzino was going to lose, but the biggest and most surprising effect of the battle was the complete and total collapse in credibility and influence suffered by the Source Magazine. Prior to early 2002, The Source was damn near the literal home of hip-hop. But by the end of the battle, The Source was in such a bad place, its own employees objected to co-owner Benzino’s actions. According to reports, he ordered his staff to lower the rating of Little Brother’s The Minstrel Show from four-and-a-half to four mics, while demanding Lil’ Kim’s release, The Naked Truth, receive the five mic rating instead. No bueno.

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Lil Kim

Lil Kim is a legend. Without a doubt, she is the blueprint to Nicki Minaj’s entire style, but when the Queen Bee came out against Nicki, she was no match for her influence, lyrics, and overall love from the fans. Kim ended up selling an album on PayPal and making some statements that couldn’t quite be verified by facts. She also is barely recognizable thanks to some interesting plastic surgery choices.



When Tyga decided to voice his opinion about his grievances with his label Cash Money, he took it a step further by making some comments about how labelmate Drake is “fake.” Then Drizzy lyrically murdered him on “6pm In New York.” The emcee from the 6 called Tyga the “lil lil homie” and then told him to act his act – not his girl’s age. After that, Tyga put out a mostly disregarded album, and continues to hide behind his girl Kylie Jenner’s Snapchats.

Honorable Mentions: Meek Mill, Aaron Hall, Big Daddy Kane, and 50 Cent


Maino On Trinidad James: “I Wish He’d Manned Up” [VIDEO]


In an interview with VLADTV, rapper Maino gives more insight into his confrontation with Atlanta rapper Trinidad James after the “All Gold Everything” rapper claimed that NY didn’t represent its own artists during a Converse event in Brooklyn, and added that the South runs New York music, which set the “Let it Fly” rapper off. Maino then explains what led to their phone conversation that was leaked online, and he reveals if he was the one who released the phone call online.

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“I was tweeting from a very comedic place,” he says of the Tweet about ‘brushing James’ teeth’ and ‘being his Huckleberry’. But feels Trinidad has not been forthright in his responses. “He went on Instagram and said ‘Maino wanna shoot me.’ Shooting? That’s a bit much. That’s for the police though. The hip-hop boys are on Twitter. That’s for them so when he do come they ain’t gonna let me on the block. That’s [his] tactic. ‘I’mma scream loud enough so y’all can hear me.’”

Maino reiterated that he was not simply being a bully and that he was looking for respect for his city, not for himself. When asked if he leaked the phone conversation between the two of them he didn’t deny it directly, but sought to clarify his position.

“I don’t think that guy is a bad guy and I think he’s smart,” he continues. “But I think he went to a place that he shouldn’t have and I wish he’d manned up a little bit more and apologized to my city. That doesn’t happen anywhere else. Am I bugging? Men don’t do that, artists don’t do that, giving 20 minute lectures about a city then asking ‘What you wanna do?…”

“We know we got our issues. We got issues in our city. Who the f*ck is you to get on a New York City stage and tell us what our issue are and then ask us what we wanna do about it?”

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Kendrick To Drake: “Nothing’s Been The Same Since They Dropped Control”[VIDEO]


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Just when you thought things had died down a bit since Kendrick Lamar popped shots at half of the rap game in his “Control” verse, things have gone into extra innings.  Drake has been going on a passive aggressive award tour talking about the verse in several interviews, seeming to shrug it off while being a little peeved at the same time.

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Well, Kendrick has been listening and in his BET Awards Cypher rhyme fired more shots directly at the OVO CEO spitting:. “And nothing’s been the same since they dropped ‘Control’/And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes/Ha-ha, jokes on you…” he says before high-fiving one of his TDE crew members SchoolBoy Q and concludes, “I’m bulletproof.”

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The full verse will be seen on at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards on Tuesday October 15 but you can watch the snippet below courtesy of

So no, we will not be seeing a performance of Kendrick and Drake’s “Poetic Justice” live any time soon.

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Waka Flocka Disses Gucci Mane At NYC Concert [VIDEO]

waka Flocka Disses Gucci ManeWhile The Diplomats and the rest of Harlem were celebrating the group’s anniversary at a concert in New York City, Waka Flocka was there to air out a former friend. Waka dissed Gucci Mane at The Diplomats show and the footage has hit the internet.

Waka Flocka was on hand at The Diplomats show to perform his verse on Jim Jones‘ song “848.” There’s a line in Waka’s verse where he says, “Free my brother Gucci.” He changed the line to say, “F**k that n***a Gucci.” In changing the lyric, the “No Hands” spitter added fuel to the fire known as the Waka Flocka/Gucci Mane beef. Gucci Mane started the beef when he tweeted that Waka Flocka had been kicked off of his label 1017 Brick Squad. As with all rappers, a rep from Gucci Mane’s label immediately said Gucci’s Twitter had been hacked.

I’m not inviting the situation to escalate into physical violence, but Waka might want to watch what he says because Gucci has been in a recent firestorm because of his violent outbursts. Two men have come forward claiming Gucci attacked them on separate occasions. If Waka Flocka doesn’t shape up and fly right he might find himself on the wrong side of that ice cream tattoo’s lighting bolt. And who wants that?



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HAVE A SEAT: Shyne, Gucci Mane & Soulja Boy Are The Black Donald Trumps

It’s a tried and true formula for a rapper to pick a fight with a peer when they get close to an album release to drum up news.  But sometimes it’s just for lack of attention or trying to get back on the relevant page.

For the most part we have been ignoring the recent desperate pleas of rappers looking for attention, but it’s reaching near epidemic proportions. Each diss is coming off more ridiculous than the last. It’s like when Donald Trump offered President Obama $5 Million to show his papers like a freed slave and continues to pout because no one seems to care–especially the President. The moves reek of desperation and only underline how irrelevant the instigator is.

Shyne was one of the first to put his foot in his mouth calling Kendrick Lamar’s new album, good kid m.A.A.d City “trash.” In a classic case of hating from outside the club, the exiled former Bad Boy has less than a leg to stand on, as no one has given his comeback attempts any real thought. Everyone is entitled to an opinion but he comes off more like a bitter old man with a grudge against the industry than anyone with any credibility.

Here is a recent song from Kendrick’s new album and you tell us if this qualifies as “Trash.”

Kendrick Lamar, “Sing About Me/Dying Of Thirst”

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Gucci Mane has not only be revitalizing his long standing beef with Young Jeezy, he’s taken shots at Nicki Minaj, Nas, Yo Gotti and French Montana. It all seems totally random until you realize that Lefluer has a new Trap God project out to promote. Is this seat taken? No? Please have it.

And now Soulja Boy has crawled out from the far reaches of Twitter to kick his former brother in shirtlessness Bow Wow while he’s down. He wrote, “Keep it trill, bow wow can’t f*ck wit me no more…I ain’t trying to go broke like (Bow Wow)..”

The online snap referring to Bow Wow’s financial troubles came just hours before Soulja released a new song called “There Goes Soulja.”

In the two years since his last hit, Souja Boy has made more headlines for picking up Lil Scrappy’s sloppy seconds and crying at awards shows than any music he’s put out. So he also needs to have a seat.

From this point on we implore all rap fans to push the “Ignore” button when these requests for attention come through your inbox.

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DJ Drama Gives Account Of BET Awards Fight Between Rick Ross & Young Jeezy [VIDEO]

The 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards were taped in Atlanta tonight at the Atlantic Civic Center to be aired in October. The event was interrupted at one point when Rick Ross and Young Jeezy’s entourages met backstage and an altercation of sorts ensued.

The two rappers have had words in the past over Ross’s “BMF” record where he shouts out convicted drug dealer Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory. Jeezy, who is affiliated with BMF Entertainment, released a freestyle over the beat with some lines that were interpreted as a response to Ross: “How you blowin’ money fast/ You don’t know the crew/ Oh, you part of the fam?/ Sh–, I never knew.”

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Atlanta’s DJ Drama, who was with Jeezy when his crew ran into Ross and his security, gave his account of what happened on the air during his show on Hot 1079 FM.

“It just went bad, it just went bad back stage,” Drama told his audience tuned in to his Saturday night show. “All parties walked away unscathed, I can tell you that for sure.”

Though there were reports of shots being fired in the parking lot later, DJ Drama says he had already left the venue when that transpired. Watch his full account below.

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UPDATE: We have the actual footage of the Rick Ross/Young Jeezy brawl. TMZ was the first to break the video. In the clip, you see Rick Ross screaming at a few people and others getting pushed and shoved. DJ Drama is seen in the video walking away from the incident. View that footage below.

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Four Reasons Common’s Beef With Drake Shouldn’t Have Gotten This Far

“Make no mistake. I’m talking to Drake,” Chicago rhymer Common ad-libbed at the end of a venomous 16 bars directed at Toronto spitter Drake. Thank you! After several back and forth jabs thrown almost blindly at one another, here, my friends, is some clarity.

It all started when Common released “Sweet,” a single from his new album The Dreamer, The Believer, weeks ago attacking singing rappers. Drake responded last Friday on Rick Ross’ ”Stay Schemin” with a verse directed at veteran male rappers that act like “broads.” Com hit back this morning by tacking a fresh verse to “Schemin” and actually saying his name.

The bout’s been entertaining for many, but really, should have never begun in the first place. Here are the reasons this beef should’ve stayed in the freezer.

  1. This isn’t Common’s style – I wouldn’t go as far as saying Common is a nice guy and definitely wouldn’t say he’s soft. He’s not a troublemaker, either. He’s a finisher. For him to throw the first jab at Drake is unlike him. This isn’t like his 1994 battle with Ice Cube over “I Used to Love H.E.R.,” where Common rhymes about hip-hop’s transformation and Cube took offense to it.
  2. The pot calling the kettle black – Common attacks Drake for being “sweet” (see: emotionally available, soft, girly), but Com has always been one of the most honest, lady-loving, rappers out. And occasionally, he’s even sung a bit himself. Granted, he’s doesn’t crooner as much as Drizzy, but it’s there. You would think that Common would appreciate a Drake, who raps well and delivers his music in a unique fashion.
  3. Drake NEVER responds to diss records – Common isn’t the first rapper to try Drake. He’s just the first that’s gotten a response. Drake has always said the best response is no response, opting not to leave rappers who aren’t as hot as him alone. Apparently, Common’s “Sweet” struck a nerve.
  4. Common initially didn’t call Drake out at first – For a rapper that never responds to hate, Drake sure did pick an odd track to snap at. If Common never said Drake’s name on “Sweet,” why did he feel Com was talking to him? Maybe he felt like he had to rep for his kind?

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