P-Dice "No Vaseline 2" (Music Video), Fetty Wap Diss Track

Former Remy Boyz rapper P-Dice didn’t waste much time before going at his previous click, releasing a derisive diss record only weeks after returning to the streets from jail. “No Vaseline 2” is the first track off of P-Dice’s coming mixtape, “From Remy Boyz to Wonder Boy,” slated for release through Wonder Boy Records. As is made apparent by its title, the record is a 90’s West Coast production inspired by Ice Cube’s classic attack on N.W.A.; a scenario P-Dice has likened his falling out with Fetty Wap and RGF to.

“N****s better lay low/ n****s touring, they ain’t even on the payroll/ You know what it’s called when you work for free? It’s called slavery/ tell ya men they work for me, now,” P begins, as he goes about venting on the various grievances he’s gone public to allege since being cut from the group back in January. “I ain’t smelling you n****s, the hell with you n****s/ the way that Lyor Cohen Jerry Hellered you n****s/ I’ll [sic] you n****s/ walk up and poke Fetty’s good eye, Hellen Keller the n***a,” he eventually finishes, before popping off over flashes of his boys repping in a low-rider.

Fans of the Remy Boyz may have thought they saw the last of P-Dice, if not due to his exclusion from the music, because of his arrest on attempted murder charges stemming from the accidental shooting of a 7-year old by a stray bullet. But both his life and his career looks to have taken on a second wind thanks to NASCAR mogul, Ralo Wonder, whom in wanting a piece of the Hip Hop industry, posted $250,000 to bail, then sign the rapper. Now P-Dice, who claims to have formed RGF, and credits himself with the majority of their writing, is going after Fetty, not only on wax but in the courts, with Ralo Wonder backing him in his pursuit to recoup what he says he is owed in publishing.

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Faith Evans Used Goodfellas' Movie Quotes to Respond to Promoter

A concert promoter took legal action against Faith Evans after she bailed on his show to perform at a Bad Boy Reunion date.

The promoter, Jeremy Hill claims Faith used “Goodfella movie” quotes to cancel her performance. “It’s not personal, it’s only business,” she reportedly said. Hill asked a judge to block her from performing at the Bad Boy Tour. Faith’s agent tried to smooth things out and offered a refund on his deposit for her performance. “I can’t give up 25 dates for 1. I tried to work it out; she was going to do both shows, but it’s impossible,” wrote Faith’s manager in a text message to the promoter.

The singer will receive $800,000 for performing with the Bad Boy Tour.

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Gilbert Arenas Keeps Trolling Nick Young During Phone Call with Iggy Azalea

No Chill Gilbert Arenas is at it again with his favorite target Nick Young.

Arenas likes to joke on his friend and former teammate, especially about Nick’s relationship with Iggy Azalea.  He’s posted jokes on Instagram and Snapchat, making fun of Nick “getting dumped” by the rap star.  Iggy revealed that she broke up with Nick after viewing the security cameras and seeing him bringing women into the home they shared.  It was later revealed, that Nick got his baby mother Keonna Green pregnant again.  Keonna is the mother of Nick’s 4-year old son Nick Young Jr.

Well, Nick and Iggy may be working things out, or just keeping in contact, because Arenas taped himself yelling at Young to get off the phone with his ex-fiancée.

“What you and Iggy talking about?  Come on ni–a, we got sh-t to do!  We got bitches to f–k!  We got hoes to get!” Arenas screamed while Young was on the phone.

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Italian Restaurant Dragged for "Black Olives Matter" Slogan

The Black Lives Matter movement has made headlines because of the unrelenting and in-your-face efforts to show that black people’s live are worth more than the media and world perceives them to be. Many outlets and citizens have tried to shut down the statement of the movement by saying “All Lives Matter,” or making a mockery of the statement at hand. Now, a New Mexico Italian restaurant called Paisano’s has come under fire for selling T-shirts and hats that said “Black Olives Matter.” The restaurant caught national attention after a photo was taken of the phrase placed on their store sign outside the restaurant.

Restaurant owner Rick Camuglia said the purpose of the phrase being put on a sign and merchandise was to sell his latest tuna and black olive tapenade dish. Upon posting the photos of the merch and signage to Facebook, Camuglia said his Facebook was flooded with negative comments calling him racist. According to Fox News, Camuglia said “It’s gone so viral. We’ve gotten calls from Australia, Spain, France, you name it. People were calling us racist. Saying we were a white supremacist restaurant. Some got really derogatory and just started cursing me out.”

Despite the negative backlash, Camuglia claims he wasn’t trying to create racial tensions and that he was only looking to sell his new dish.

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Giuliani Forgets 9/11: Terrorists Didn't Attack U.S. Before President Obama

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani has said some questionable things in his attacks against President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton while showing support for the GOP ‘s presidential candidate Donald Trump. Giuliani’s latest assertion, however, was the most bizarre of them all.

“Under those eight years, before Obama came along, we didn’t have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack inside the United States,” Giuliani said in a speech introducing Donald Trump in Youngstown, Ohio. “They all started when Clinton and Obama got into office.”

Giuliani appeared to forget about the worst terror attack in U.S. history; the attack that happened in New York City while he was the mayor. The attack occurred in 2001 when George W. Bush was in office. Obama was not sworn in until nearly eight years later, on Jan. 20, 2009.

Survivors of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and wounded more than 6,000 others, were of course noticeably upset with the mayor’s major snafu.

The exclusion of 9/11 was especially strange, given that, just a moment earlier Giuliani had been discussing the attacks and praising vice presidential nominee Mike Pence for a “very, very timely” visit to Ground Zero and for his help, as a then-congressman, on the Judiciary Committe to help “fashion the Patriot Act.”

“He was a member of the Foreign Affairs and Judiciary committees during the time of Sept. 11, when we went through the worst foreign attack in our history, since the War of 1812,” Giuliani said.

Giuliani also appeared to forget what state Pence was the governor of.

“You know better than I do what a great governor he is of your state,” Giuliani told the Ohio crowd.

Pence is the governor of Indiana.

Reports made mention of Giuliani’s head injury he suffered earlier this month; he appeared on national television with a massive bump on his head. During an Aug. 7 appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” Giuliani appeared with a bruise over the right side of his forehead. In an interview with the Daily News later that day, he explained that he had hit his head on a glass door during a fall in the shower.

Head injury or not, Guiliani, has made the same controversial claim about attacks before. In 2010, he repeatedly said that the U.S. saw “no domestic attacks under Bush.”

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Michael Jackson's Daughter Defends Kanye After He Breaks Her Dad's Record

Paris Jackson revealed that her father used to listen to Kanye West over the weekend, as she defended the now 10th most prolific Billboard Top 40 artist against criticism after he surpassed the King of Pop’s mark of 39 Top 40 hits.

The exchange happened on Twitter, after a user by the name of Corey_Young expressed anger over news of Ye’s historic accomplishment. “I’m f***ing mad, screw Kanye West for knocking Michael off the chart,” she said. Paris came across the rant and replied with the kind of insight that will undoubtedly make West’s day.

“The first time I ever heard Kanye’s heartbreak album was from my dad, he played it for me all the time. He liked him,” she responded, before explaining that her father recognized good music regardless who made it. Paris then recommended that fans give recognition where recognition is due, the same. “So if someone breaks a new record, be happy for them. They worked hard for it and they earned it.”

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James Harden is Confronted by Fan Accusing Him of Flopping

NBA stars may go out on summer days and handle what to them is light work among other invitees to the pro-am Drew League, but that would by no means automatically translate to the fans in attendance being any less passionate. James Harden learned that the hard way on Sunday, August 14, when he was screamed at by a heckler who got tired of his flopping.

“He ain’t tackled you, you flopping bro! You Vlade Divac-ing out there bro,” the livid fan could be heard screaming on a recording of the confrontation. He then comes into view when James approaches him in an attempt to school the guy on what flopping is. James was cut off as soon as he accused his defender of getting physical. “Hell naw James, he hit you? Man, come on man. You got to be honest man, we boys scouts!” he responded to laughs from those sitting near.

James would finish up the game in his typical high scoring fashion, with 42 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. The fact that he had scored 27 points on only seven shots by the half speaks to the amount of times he must have gotten to the free throw line, and considering his history of taking an embellished fall, why the fan must have been upset.

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