This rap sh*t is mine, motherf*cker.
This self-inflicted roasting stems from a rap battle between rappers Eminem and MGK (Machine Gun Kelly). They've smacked each other with a couple ruthless diss tracks, and the debate seems to still be raging on who took home the win. Anyways, in this case, MGK opened for Fall Out Boy, and asked the audience (attending the show for Fall Out Boy...) to flip off Eminem when he sang his diss track. Things backfired big time, and MGK found himself getting booed off the stage by irritated FOB fans that couldn't have given less of a sh*t about his Eminem diss track. Queue up the A+ social media trolling.
On Sunday's Watch What Happens Live, Vivica A. Fox started throwing some major shade at her ex, rapper 50 Cent.
And she totally didn't do him any favors with those already infamous gay rumors.
Host Andy Cohen asked her about her upcoming appearance on Empire and her thoughts on 50 Cent blaming a rating dip on "gay stuff."
"First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I'm saying," Fox said.
She eventually confirmed he wasn't gay, but said a magazine with Soulja Boy raised some major questions for her.
50 Cent took to Instagram to call out Fox in a very Not-Safe-For-Work way, which included mentions of booty-eating.
In conclusion, 50 Cent is definitely maybe not gay.
And we can all agree it would really suck to have an ex that goes on TV talk shows.
Lil' Wayne is having a no good, very bad day.
First, someone leaked a sex tape of him wearing nothing but socks with two strippers. He's said he had no idea he was being filmed, and he plans on suing.
Next, his ex Karrie Stefans popped up on social media with some things to say about the naughty video.
The homie @LilTunechi has a sex tape? I know that sh*t is short than a mugg... *presses play*— Karrine & Co.® (@karrineandco) October 12, 2015
Chile...that @LilTunechi sex tape is so dry. Brought flash backs of texting and looking at the ceiling in missionary for 8 years. Sigh.— Karrine & Co.® (@karrineandco) October 12, 2015
Listen, I can only protect a dude for so long. Once the sex tape drops, the jig is up!— Karrine & Co.® (@karrineandco) October 12, 2015
Anywho, I hope no one else sees this tape in its entirety. It's an illegal recording and a violation. And it's dry. Dry. Dry. Dry.— Karrine & Co.® (@karrineandco) October 12, 2015
Here's an excerpt of Stefans talking about her relationship with Wayne, where she cheated on her current husband with him.
Lil Wayne a savage... Supahead can never sneak diss or slander the GOAT name.. Not after this.. pic.twitter.com/ryXZrkUyJp— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) October 12, 2015
She seems like a great person.
Last summer, rapper Juicy J announced via Twitter that he was going to award "...a 50K scholarship to the best chick that can twerk." Despite the huge response from fans, Juicy insists that twerking was not an actual requirement to win. "50K is a lot of money and I don't want to waste it on some chick twerkin' her ass," he says. "Next time I send a Tweet out about a scholarship take it serious and read the words!"
He awarded the money to Zaire Holmes, a 19-year-old mother and student at the State College of Florida who did read all of the rules and explained in a video (which she did not twerk in) why she deserved the money. "A lot of people thought you had to twerk, but you actually had to read the rules," explains Holmes. "I'm a biology major so the scholarship would be able to cover all of my lab expenses."
Looks like Coolio is trading in his Gangsta's Paradise for an electric range. The 90s rapper has put 123 of his songs up for auction on Royalty Exchange to help fund his cookbook series Cooking With Coolio, the first of which was released back in 2009. He also plans to invest in an online cooking series, and if it is anything like his 2008 YouTube project, we can't wait to check it out.