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The Weeknd has reportedly ended his relationship with Selena Gomez from before the actress and Justin Bieber started hooking up again.
News of the couple’s demise came last weekend just days after she was spotted hanging out with her on-again off-again ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. The Weeknd fans were quick to blame Justin Bieber for the breakup, but it turns out that the pop star had nothing to do with it except the fact that he make a good rebound for Gomez. TMZ reported that the XO singer pulled the plug on the relationship a few weeks ago after the two grew apart.
Their relationship has been fizzling out since around summer mostly due to his extensive touring and her shooting and new movie. They started talking a lot less and spending less time together. Sources say he called her up a few weeks ago to explain his stance on the relationship and why he is breaking up with her. The Weeknd felt like he was enjoying single life a lot more than he thinks and the relationship was putting a strain on him. The two have remained friendly since their split but with Justin Bieber coming back in the picture that will likely change.
Abel was spotted last night in the club grinding on a mystery female so he has been handling it pretty well.
T-Pain and Lil Wayne will likely not be doing anymore music together after the auto-tune singer threw the Young Money emcee a curve ball in the form of a lawsuit. TMZ reported that T-Pain’s company Nappy Boy Productions has filed a lawsuit against Young Money Records for hundreds of thousands of dollars owed. According to the suit, T-Pain produced Lil Wayne’s song “Get Money” which also features the hip hop singer.
Pain also added that his artists Young Fyre also produced the song “How to Hate” on Wayne’s album “Tha Carter IV” but never get paid. T-Pain says that the deal was for Young Money to pay him royalties which was not forthcoming. The album “Tha Carter III” was released in 2008 and sold 3.2 million copies in the United States alone.
T-Pain believes that he and his artist Young Fyre are owed at least $500,000 and he wants Young Money to pay up. This is the latest lawsuit in the ongoing legal battle between Lil Wayne, Birdman and Cash Money. Young Money is a subsidiary of Cash Money Records. Weezy is already suing Cash Money for $51 million and says he wants a judge to release him from the label for breach of contract.
Who knew that French Montana and Meek Mill had beef. Montana was one of the headlining acts on the show, as well as, Meek Mill who put on a show for his home crowd. Sources say the Philly rapper’s crew confronted the “Unforgettable” rapper because he name dropped Meek in a song and did some other unnamed things that upsets Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend.
So because of that the Dreamchsers allegedly put the paws on him. It didn’t take long for French Montana to take a jab at the allegations. He posted a video on social media showing off his scratch free face and unsoiled sneaker, as well as, his diamond chain and bracelet. He also made a point to show that he was eating some good Philly cheese steak and drinking Ciroc. Usually in these fights someone always take someone chain just to prove a point. But none of that happened this time around and according to French the rumored fight never happened. Nevertheless, someone from Meek Mill’s crew posted on IG that something did went down.
Last year, French Montana commented on the beef between Drake and Meek Mill during an interview with Larry King. “I feel like it’s just a sport. It’s a sport, so it’s like competition,” Montana said. “Sometimes you spar with somebody. That’s what that is. Cause ain’t nobody get hurt. Nothing happens. So, I feel like it’s just part of the game. It brings excitement to the game.” Meek wasn’t too happy about his statement and took a subtle jab at him on Instagram.
So last night I heard French Montana and crew got pressed by Meek Mills’ crew. Meek wasn’t involved but his crew felt some type of way because French allegedly named dropped him and did some other stuff I can’t say. I don’t have a video of what went down but the streets are talking about it ?Link in bio to watch Gillie full live about this
Watch the video clip below to see what French Montana and his crew are saying about the alleged fight.
The two female emcees collaborated for the first time on Migos’ new single “Motor Sport” but despite being featured on the same track some folks thinks that they are still beefing. Yesterday, Nicki Minaj responded to some conspiracy being spread by Joe Budden on Everyday Struggle that she never know that Cardi B would be featured on the track with her. She called the claims bogus and said that she always has to okay every single that she is featured on before they’re released.
Cardi B spoke with Complex where she addressed the rumored beef saying that people [Joe Budden] would still not be satisfied even if she and Nicki Minaj were kissing in a photo. “I feel like people wouldn’t be satisfied if me and her were making out on a freaking photo, or if I was with any female artist,” she said. “People just want that drama, because it’s just entertaining,” offered the Bronx native. “When Remy and Nicki were going at each other, everybody was getting entertained, and I think that’s what people want.”
Cardi B seems like she is over the chatters of a beef between herself and Nicki Minaj and just want to make music with as much female rappers as she can. She also blast some of the industry personalities who calls for unity in hip hop culture but then at the same time tries to put women against each other. “They don’t do that sh*t in pop music,” she said.”
Despite Cardi B’s claims though, pop stars have been feuding with each other just the same, think Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, or Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey, to name a few. Nevertheless, Cardi’s point is duly noted that a lot of folks in hip hop are trying to fuel a beef between herself and Nicki Minaj.
Andre 3000 told GQ that his Outkast partner Big Boi is a better rapper than he is and that triggered a Twitter firestorm.
Outkast is one of the most legendary group’s in hip hop and Andre 3000 is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all time. The Atlanta rapper covers the upcoming issue of GQ magazine where he opened up about his group member among many other topics. The famed lyricist made a bold statement when he said that Big Boi is a much better rapper than he is. Perhaps he was just giving his partner in rhyme some major compliments, but black Twitter thinks he was talking rubbish.
“Big Boi is smart as f**k,” Andre 3000 said. “We went to the same high school. I dropped out in 11th grade. Big Boi graduated with honors. When you watch early OutKast videos, Big Boi’s the leader. He always had the confidence, where I was kind of like the shy one. Big Boi can rap better than me—I always said that. If somebody said, ‘Pick who you want from OutKast to go to battle with you,’ it wouldn’t be me. ’Cause like, what I’ma do? Say some mind sh-t? You can’t have thoughts in a battle—nobody gives a shit about that.”
Despite Dre’s comments, he always seems to get a lot more praise than Big Boi inside the hip hop space. His name often pops up in discussions of the top ten greatest rappers of all-time, yes he is that genius of a rapper. Whenever Andre 3000 name pops up in the headlines, fans always hope that its some new music coming from OutKast. But Dre says he actually hates going into the studio, kinda a bit sounds like Lauryn Hill, who is another genius artist who fans wish would make more music.
Yeah, Andre 3000 was a better rapper than Big Boi. Let's not get that twisted. It's just people disrespect big boi to praise 3k.
— porzingis fan acct (@ELITEbreak_) October 30, 2017
i understand why people love andre 3000 but lets not act like big boi never carried his own weight in outkast.
— Alina (@alinathequeenx) October 30, 2017
Been telling y'all Big Boi was the better rapper of Outkast. What's your argument now that André 3000 is saying it?
— ?hris¹³? (@MrChristopherX) October 30, 2017
I never viewed Big Boi and Andre 3000 as nothing more than two artists that came together to make timeless music. They're equals to me. pic.twitter.com/BEfbcJbM6s
— ? ???? Hammer (@GoldAKRoch3) October 30, 2017
i think folks that admire andre 3000’s eccentric style say silly things like “he’s better than big boi” or “top 5”.
— brian b.dot™ miller (@bdotTM) October 30, 2017
Andre 3000 and Big Boi have always been opposite sides of the same coin. Both are masters at their specific approaches to rapping.
— Dave (@TrapBasquiat) October 31, 2017
Ain’t no Andre 3000 without Big Boi, put some respect on that mans name.
— CHVF (@LVRDCHVF) October 30, 2017
i loved that Andre 3000 interview. opting out gracefully is an art. also stop arguing abt who's better, him or Big Boi. it doesn't matter.
— Fire Marshal Meaghan (@meaghan_garvey) October 30, 2017