Tyler is a talented brother and I do understand his I don’t give a
you know what image. However, people with that I don’t give a you know what mentality needs to start giving a you know what sometimes; especially in terms of whom they go after and not go after. But then again, Tyler does have a point.
“I don’t know if she’s gay or not,” Tyler said referring to Lyte. “It was a joke. But if she took offense, so be it — I’m not gonna apologize, but I didn’t mean for her feelings to get hurt. Usually people in that position, you’d think they would laugh it off and go on with their day. But I guess she caught feelings. I didn’t mean to do that, but whatever.” (Drama Like The DJ)
Yet then again, I’m also feel what the queen MC Lyte is saying as well.
“Well, the point is just ’cause words rhyme or sound alike doesn’t mean I need to be your stomping ground. So I do have to take it personally, unfortunately whether he meant it personally or not. I’m sure there was a more tactful way, if in fact skilled, you can deliver a rhyme on your own account and not involve me in the shenanigans.” (HHDX)
While brief with the reference, Tyler’s diss appears on the new OF Tape Vol. 2. project.
“See these girls talkin’ all that sh*t (What?)/I’m just tryna see some t*ts (What?)/,” Tyler raps, “Let’s get it poppin’ like, MC Lyte, around some dykes/I’m, out this b*tch like hocus pocus/And me and Lucas got a couple of pickles” (“Rella”)
Check out Odd’s Future interview below with DJ Drama and hear what he had to say about the MC Lyte diss.
Upcoming singer Treena Ruberg filed a lawsuit against music producer Scott Storch for coming up short on their production agreement. According to a media source, Storch agreed to produce six songs for Ruberg for a total of $45,000. Ruberg paid him $30,000 up front and would pay him the remaining balance upon completion of the project. Scott Storch didn’t produce any of the songs for her and sources say that he used the money she gave him to purchase cocaine. If this is true, Storch may need to consider one of the best luxury top rehab centers to help with his addiction.
DISSED by Disrespect
by Claron Chatmon
Many relationships begin with a fairytale harmony. You wake up starving to see the one you with. Every minute of time you spend with them is “irreplaceable” and “irresistible”. Your emotions have you telling your significant other constantly how much you feel for them. In the heat of the moment you forget about every imperfection you have no matter how negative and so does your significant other, but who cares right? Your indulged in the emotions of love.
The worst part to this fairytale emotional game is when the worst part of two people collide and disrespect erupts like a volcano. Disrespect in a relationship is a major no no. Once disrespect is initially introduced to your relationship realize that the door for disrespect is now cracked open. Depending on your first episode with disrespect from that person should be a red flag and a notice (depending on the severity) whether or not you should move forward in that relationship or find the next body passing by.
Laws of the Relations
1. Don’t introduce somebody your not
2. Be real with your conversation
3. IF you gotta change or cover up something about yourself dip out a.s.a.p
4. Avoid people with no values
William Leonard Roberts, better known as the rapper Rick Ross can legally use his rap name. The real Rick Ross took the rapper Rick Ross to court and lost a 10 million dollar lawsuit against him. Freeway Ricky, featured on American Gangsta for his role in trafficking crack cocaine in Los Angeles in the 1980′s, was upset about the rapper using his name to promote a glamorous lifestyle of drugs, money, and mayhem.
Since the court ruled in favor of William Leonard Roberts (the rapper Rick Ross), Roberts now owns trademark to the name “Rick Ross”. Freeway Rick Ross has to now adjust his strategy to promote his business ventures since he can no longer use his real name as a brand. Freeway is very upset about this court ruling. Below is an interview by Freeway Rick Ross about his opinion on how the court of law fail him again.
I know a lot of students are enjoying there spring break from school right now. Some are walking on the beach in their open toe sandals or flip flops while others are just at home waiting to find something to get into today. Whatever you decide to do this spring break, make sure you have fun and stay out of trouble. If you get bored, don’t hesitate to come back to this site, we have a lot of interesting material for you.
S/0 to Lil Wayne and Bruno Mars for this joint. “Mirrors” is not your average hip-hop song. It’s kinda deep in a sense especially if you talk to yourself through a mirror sometimes. I’m sure Lil Wayne ask himself “Why did I do it” when looking at all of those tattoos. Check out the video …