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The Migos rapper broke the number one rule on dating, never tattoo the name of the person you’re dating even if it’s your husband or wife. In this case, Cardi B and Offset are engaged, but still, people do break up and divorce rates are at an all-time high right now. Nevertheless, the Atlanta rapper hit up his favorite tattoo artist recently and got himself a tattoo of the “Bodak Yellow” rapper on his neck.
The tat depicts Cardi B as a Power Puff Girl with her name under it the image in large letters. Some fans think that Offset instantly lost all of his street creds the moment he debuts the new ink, while others think he is just plain old dumb. But sources are saying he just wanted to prove to her just how much she means to him even after she objected to it. “She was flattered but not too happy that he did and for a number of reasons because now this puts extra pressure on her to also get his name tatted on her and I don’t think she wants to get any more tattoos,” sources said. “Matter of fact she regrets the large one she has now and wished she could get read of it. A lot of people see her and her gangsta vibe, but she is not big on tattoos.
Dancehall HipHop was also told that Cardi B’s favorite cartoon growing up was Power Puff Girls and that’s the reason why Offset got a tattoo with that theme. The tat is also symbolic in that it shows her as a strong woman. Sources added that Bardi has since warmed up to the tattoo and feels the gesture shows her how much he loves her.
The tattoo comes in the wake of a cheating scandal plaguing the couple’s relationship after hackers hack his iCloud account and started leaking videos and photos. There is also a rumored explicit tape floating around of the two, prompting Cardi B to fire off a letter from her attorney to stop the leaking.
The Florida rappers teamed up on the new collaboration which was debut over the weekend and now we have the visuals. This clip will show you that Kodak and X have much more in common than we previously thought. They both wrestle with legal troubles last year and their public image has come under fire on more than one occasions. This video highlights those issues as both rappers continue to face retribution from the justice system and from some hip hop fans who openly criticized their music and public life.
The video starts out with a court setting with the judge walking in and taking his seat in front of an audience made up of manikins. XXXTentacion did not make a cameo in the video but a monologue from one of his social media videos before his recent court date in December was injected in the middle of the cut. “I was just given seven more charges by the state attorney’s office and now I have a court date on the 15th [December], so I would ask that everyone come to support me and to show the positive influence that I have,” he said.
Kodak Black shows off his playboy and flashy lifestyle by throwing stacks of cash everywhere. X could not appear in the video because of his house arrest. He has a mountain of legal troubles ahead of him after being slapped with more than a dozen new charges filed against him last month for tampering with a witness who his the victim. His next court date is set for later this month and he is facing years in prison from both his previous charges of assaulting and kidnapping a pregnant woman and his new charges.
Just before his departure from Everyday Struggle last month, Joe Budden openly criticized Eminem new album Revival calling it trash. Despite getting heavy backlash from Em fans, the Slaughterhouse rapper stands firm about his remarks, insisting that it’s the worst music the Detroit rapper ever released throughout his entire career. The criticism is particularly striking given that Bidden has always been an Eminem ally.
Rappers like 50 Cent and D12 member Bizarre have been going after the rapper turn podcaster on social media. The G-Unit emcee took it a step further and threaten to give Joe a proper beat down when he sees him. “That was a bad idea, look you got a little ass whopping coming. It’s not a big deal, you will get over it. ?#denofthieves Jan 19,” 50 wrote while using the opportunity to promote his new movie Den of Thieves.
Joe Budden is now off Everyday Struggle and rumored to have a new show coming after signing a new deal with Revolt TV. Despite his harsh criticism of Revival, the album debut at No. 1 on Billboard 200 and is currently at No. 6 in its third week on the chart. The album sold 267,000 copies in the first week with 197,000 copies being from traditional album sales.
JAY-Z files a trademark to protect his Jaybo animated character from “The Story Of O.J.” video and it makes perfect sense.
Last week news surfaced that his 4:44 album inspired a book about finance and now this week the rapper filed a trademark to protect the beloved character Jaybo from one of the singles on the project where he raps about money and finance, “The Story Of O.J.” TMZ reported on Monday that JAY-Z filed the trademark under his company S. Carter Enterprises.
The Jaybo character was inspired by the famous Sambo character from the 1899 children’s book, The Story of Little Black Sambo. The character is often characterized as racist due to his depiction and JAY-Z’s single also has a racial tone. There is also some resemblance to the character Dumbo from the 1941 film which also sparked condemnation of racism.
“The Story of O.J.” is the first video to be released from the album and it received raved reviews among rap critics. There are already some talks that JAY-Z is planning to release some merchandise featuring the Jaybo character like mugs and T-Shirts, or perhaps he could be featured in some upcoming music videos. During a recent interview with iHeartRadio, Hov spoke about the meaning behind the single, saying it was just a song about “we as a culture, having a plan, how we’re gonna push this forward. We all make money, and then we all lose money, as artists especially.”
The two female rap veterans are still friends, according to Kimmy Blanco, despite some recent statement from Eve on her show The Talk. The former Ruff Ryder rapper is a co-host on the CBS daily show and she often used her platform to discuss what’s happening in hip hop currently. In this segment in question, she details her early days in the music business where she was a big fan of Lil Kim who was already an established rapper.
“When I first started in the business, I’d been a big, big giant fan of Lil Kim,” she said. “And I just thought that there was this sisterhood in the music business, so I would run up to her and be like, ‘Oh my god Kim, oh my god, hey girl I love you so much. I just got signed, could you please be on my album?’ and whatever, and she’d just look at me, like, ‘Uh uh. Yeah. Ok.”
Eve says she then decided to stop going up to her, but at the time she just didn’t think Lil Kim hated her. Kimmy has since responded on Twitter saying that she is not the bad guy everyone making her out to be. “Why do you girls always do this to me? Trying to make me out to be the bad guy?I don’t remember it that way at all [Eve] is my girl that’s my baby y’all.We are not fighting.We are real friends.We can have this debate and still cuddle on the couch and watch a movie 2gether,” Lil Kim Tweeted, while telling Eve that she would love for a chance to come on her show to explain what went down.
— The Talk (@TheTalkCBS) January 10, 2018
Why do you girls always do this to me?Trying to make me out to be the bad guy?I don’t remember it that way at all?@TheRealEve is my girl that’s my baby y’all.We are not fighting.We are real friends.We can have this debate and still cuddle on the couch and watch a movie 2gether.. https://t.co/NYHWBstAv0
— Lil' Kim (@LilKim) January 12, 2018
Oooohhh I can’t wait to have this debate on your show. ? What is really in those cups that ya’ll be drinking? ?
— Lil' Kim (@LilKim) January 12, 2018