#drake a fool 😂😂. He wanna know if pusha t and joe Budden diss songs to him ring off at a pool party 😂😂
#drake wit the vocals
#lilpump got a new date idea
Today lil yachty turns 22 years old. Drop ur top 3 fav yachty songs . Happy bday @lilyachty !!!!
Sending ❤️ and prayers to #teegrizzley and family
It’s only 10 days before @unitedmasters stop accepting INDEPENDENT ARTIST songs for NBA 2k20..tag some Indy artiSt
#liltecca to drop a album or EP? NEED IT or KEEP IT
Goons in Toronto claimed they robbed #kidbuu most likely a stunt but idk
Is #ybnnahmir under appreciated in Alabama?
Story via PItchfork - Kodak Black has pled guilty to federal weapons charges, CBSMiami and The Associated Press report. According to The AP, authorities say that Kodak could face up to eight years in prison. Sentencing is reportedly set for November 13. Kodak Black’s lawyer Bradford Cohen offered no comment when reached by Pitchfork. Kodak was arrested on the charges in Miami-Dade County, Florida in May, shortly before his planned Rolling Loud set. He has been incarcerated since his arrest, with a federal judge calling the rapper “a danger to the community.” According to the grand jury’s original indictment, viewed by Pitchfork, Kodak Black is accused of lying on two separate occasions when trying to buy firearms at a Florida shop. He allegedly indicated on forms “that he was not under indictment or information in any court for a felony, or any other crime for which the judge could imprison him for more than one year
Looks like #tekashi69 girlfriend may have gotten her conjugal visit with him
#funkflex speaks on JD comments about jay z / nfl
#ykosiris with the shot
Seems #liltjay was actually shooting a video and didn’t get arrested after all
Story via COMPLEX - Tee Grizzley was reportedly involved in a Detroit shooting that left his aunt/manager, Jobina "JB" Brown, dead. Law enforcement sources told TMZ the incident occurred Tuesday night as the rapper got out of the passenger side of his Cadillac Escalade. At that time, the gunman approached the vehicle on foot and opened fire, hitting Brown on her left side as she sat in the backseat. The 41-year-old was pronounced dead shortly after she was rushed to the hospital. Insiders say neither Grizzley nor the driver were wounded during the shooting. At this time, it's unclear if the rapper was the target. Complex has reached out to Grizzley's representatives for comment. Stay tuned for further developments. In wake of the tragic news, many fans and artists have sent their thoughts and prayers to Grizzley and his family.
Story via CBS SPORTS - The narrative seems already established that media mogul Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter essentially has a handshake deal for partial ownership of an NFL team or is on a fast path to eventually having a team of his own. But that's not the case. Multiple people connected to NFL ownership and the league office have told CBS Sports that this TMZ-reported rumor is simply false, that there are no plans in place for the rap legend to become an NFL owner. The report was connected to the deal Carter's Roc Nation has to become the "live music entertainment strategist" for the NFL's major events. There was already enough to unpack in that. How will Roc Nation impact social justice campaigns with the NFL? How will this affect artists unwilling to work with the NFL in the aftermath of Colin Kaepernick's exit from the league? When and how will money be spent? How different will the Super Bowl halftime show look under Jay-Z's leadership? And unfortunately, the timing of the report, amid an already-charged atmosphere, has further complicated a murky situation which will take time to play out. Sources said it had people directly tied to the deal -- within the Roc Nation team and within the NFL offices -- scurrying to try to figure out who put the flawed info out there. Regardless, the deal does not include any ownership stake or parameters of a potential one. That's not to say that Jay-Z will not at some point get a piece of a team through his work with the league and its owners, but this is nothing like the situation between him and the Brooklyn Nets, where he paid the most nominal of fees to get a portion of the team while he campaigned for their move to that borough and served a particularly public function as the face of the franchise. Carter would have to be fully vetted and approved by membership, and he would have to divest himself of his growing athlete representation empire as well. "Those kinds of deals don't exist in the NFL," as one super-plugged in ownership-level source put it. "There is no ownership component to this arrangement."
They cancelled #cardib high school giveaway