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[Verse 1: Hailee Steinfeld]
You made plans and I, I made problems
We were sleeping back to back
We know this thing wasn’t built to last
Good on paper, picture perfect
Chased the high too far, too fast
Picket white fence, but we paint it black

[Pre-Chorus: Hailee Steinfeld]
Ooh, and I wished you had hurt me harder than I hurt you
Ooh, and I wish you would have waited for me but you always do

[Chorus: Hailee Steinfeld]
I’ve been hoping somebody loves you in the ways I couldn’t
Somebody’s taking care of all of the mess I’ve made
Someone you don’t have to change
I’ve been hoping
Someone will love you, let me go
Someone will love you, let me go
I’ve been hoping
Someone will love you, let me go

[Verse 2: Florida Georgia Line]
It’s been some time, but this time ain’t even
I can leave it in the past but you’re holding on to what you never had
It’s good on paper, picture perfect
Chased the high too far, too fast
Picket white fence, but we paint it black

[Pre-Chorus: Hailee Steinfeld]
Ooh, and I wished you had hurt me harder than I hurt you
Ooh, and I wish you would have waited for me but you always do

[Chorus: Hailee Steinfeld]
I’ve been hoping somebody loves you in the ways I couldn’t
Somebody’s taking care of all of the mess I’ve made
Someone you don’t have to change
I’ve been hoping
Someone will love you, let me go
Someone will love you, let me go
I’ve been hoping
Someone will love you, let me go (go, go, go)
Someone will love you, let me go (go, go, go)
Someone will love you, let me go (go, go, go)
Someone will love you, let me go (go, go, go)
Someone will love you, let me go

[Outro: Hailee Steinfeld]
I’ve been hoping somebody loves you in the ways I couldn’t
Somebody’s taking care of all of the mess I’ve made
Someone you don’t have to change
I’ve been hoping
Someone will love you, let me go


Meek Mill will have a chance to be released from prison when he appeared at his new bail hearing set for November 27.

Lawyers representing the Philly rapper have been working overtime to find even the smallest of crack in the justice system that would get him free from prison. If you have been living under a rock for the past two weeks, Meek Mill is currently in a Pennsylvania state prison serving 2-4 years for probation violation. But the case drew so much scrutiny and widespread outcry that from some big-name celebrities like JAY-Z.

Come November 27, Meek Mill will again be in front of judge Judge Genece Brinkley for a bail hearing and no one knows yet where things will go from there but the fact that he is getting a bail hearing while he is serving a sentence in prison likely means that the judge had some time to think about her heavy-handed sentencing and want to right her wrong.

Meek Mill has been on probation for years following his drug and gun conviction in 2008. Earlier this year, he was arrested in St Louis for allegedly getting into a fight at the airport. He later told authorities that he was simply breaking up a fight. He was arrested again in August In New York City for popping a wheelie on a dirt bike while shooting a music video. Cops say they arrested him for reckless endangerment among other traffic violations.

Both cases were later dismissed after he took a plea deal and was given just community service. JAY-Z, who signed Meek Mill to his management company Roc Nation, penned an opinion piece in the New York Times today where he spoke out in depth about the justice system preying on black people for years.

“The specifics of Meek’s case inspired me to write this,” JAY-Z wrote. “But it’s time we highlight the random ways people trapped in the criminal justice system are punished every day. The system treats them as a danger to society, consistently monitors and follows them for any minor infraction — with the goal of putting them back in prison.”

The rap legend argued that tax payers will have to spend thousands of dollars to keep Meek Mill in prison for the duration of his sentence just for a small crime that could see him doing community service and giving back in some way to his community. “Taxpayers in Philadelphia, Meek Mill’s hometown, will have to spend tens of thousands of dollars each year to keep him locked up, and I bet none of them would tell you his imprisonment is helping to keep them safer,” Hov wrote.


Ninjaman attorney closes her argument in the Home Circuit Court on Thursday asking the jury to set the artist free.

The dancehall legend, whose real name is Desmond Ballentine, his son Jamiel, and Dennis Clayton will likely know their fate today. The jury is currently in deliberation since yesterday evening. The three men are charged with the murder of Ricardo Johnson, more popularly known as Ricky Trooper in the Kingston 13 area. The prosecution argued that they killed Trooper in cold blood over a simple domestic dispute in March 2009.

Ninjaman has maintained his innocence saying he had nothing to do with the murder. Prosecutor introduced seven witnesses who testified against the deejay once including a man who is in the witness protection program. He testified that the three men fired two shots at him but he managed to escape and ran. The prosecution asks the jury to return a guilty verdict to give the victim and his family justice.

Ninjaman and his two co-accused gave unsworn testimony in court. The judge gave his summation of the trial and gave the jury instructions on their deliberation.

If found guilty, the three men could be sent to prison for life for the murder. Ninja says that he is anxious to put the case behind him and return to his regular life.

[Intro: PnB Rock]
I don’t really care about this
You talk too much about me
You make things up about me
Never would’ve came up without me
From people we love, yeah

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I don’t really care about this
And I don’t ever waste a minute
You talk too much about me
You make things up about me
You talk too much about me
Never would’ve came up without me
From people we love

[Verse 1: PnB Rock]
Why you wanna make things up
Why you wanna waste my time
Girl we used to be in love now
Now I don’t really care about you no more
We used to be perfect now it ain’t working
All my niggas swerving
Drop top coupes, girl you used to be my boo
Now you telling lies on me
Shawty this sad but true
Yeah yeah drop top coupes
Girl you used to ride with me
Girl you used to slide with me
Now you telling lies on me

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I don’t really care about this
And I don’t ever waste a minute
You talk too much about me
You make things up about me
You talk too much about me
Never would’ve came up me
From people we love

[Verse 2: Wiz Khalifa]
You talk too much about me
Say I don’t show you love
You doubt me
I’ma roll one up, get cloudy
When my pockets wasn’t up, you wasn’t round me
Why you wanna roll one up
Why you keep calling my line
Girl you used too keep it G but
I don’t need to smoke one with you
Drop top coupe, girl you used to be my boo
Now you see my brand new thing
Wishing you was in her shoes

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I don’t really care about this
And I don’t ever waste a minute
You talk too much about me
You make things up about me
You talk too much about me
You make things up about me
Never would’ve came up without me
From people we love

[Outro: PnB Rock]
I don’t really care about this
And I don’t ever waste a minute
You talk too much about me
You talk too much
You talk too much
Far too much
I know what you like, I know what you like
From me

[Intro]
Oh my god Ronny

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Samantha
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Amanda
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign

[Verse 1: PnB Rock]
Fuck on that bitch, she get kicked to the curb
She gave me brain like a nerd
Fuck on that bitch ’til she get on my nerves
I kick her out, I’m like swerve
Fucked the hoe, three times
Got the head, three times
Kick her out, peace sign
She calling my phone, I decline
Lil bitch, she love to eat up the dick
I let her swallow that shit
I put it all on her lip
Yeah, go crazy
She wanna be my lil baby
She snowin’ like it’s the 80’s
She ride me like a Mercedes

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Samantha
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Amanda
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign

[Verse 2: Smokepurrp]
Yeah you know we really having shit
Lil Purrp came in with a half a brick
I pour a deuce and I pop a stick
She give me neck with another bitch
Fuck on that hoe, you could have her
Walk in the spot, pull out camera
She eat the dick like banana
Came with a bop, that’s a hammer
Fuck on that bitch like three times
And she doing blow, she do three lines
And I’m counting money like a banker
All these other niggas on the decline
Wait, I’m on a perc
Fuck on that bitch, then I skrt
Chopper on me, it go skrt
Chopper on me, it don’t flirt
And I’m off a bean, I be geeked up
I be smoking gas, really reek up
You can catch a ball like Bautista
I just seen yo’ man in a Nissan
Fuck on yo’ hoe and that’s facts
I hit that bitch from the back
I met a bitch in Atlanta, she love to throw that shit back

[Chorus: PnB Rock]
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Samantha
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
I just came back from Atlanta
I fell in love with a dancer
She love to eat the banana
I think her name was Amanda
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign
Fucked the hoe, three times
Kicked her out, peace sign