Soulja Boy Challenges Kanye West to Boxing Match

Soulja Boy wants all the smoke with Kanye West.

A day after putting him on blast for cutting his verse from DONDA, Soulja has proposed that they settle their beef in the boxing ring.

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“Idk how to feel, Kanye sent me that song ‘remote control’ and I don’t hear my verse on it… hmm fuck that ni**a,” he tweeted after discovering that his verse didn’t make “Remote Control.”

He continued to take shots at Ye and even threatened to kick his ass. “On God. You a bitch @kanyewest and if u got a problem with what im saying I’ll knock u out my ni**a,” said Soulja.

On Tuesday, he took things a step further by challenging Ye to a boxing match. “I wanna fight. Do u know how to fight?” tweeted Soulja. “@kanyewest I feel like u a hoe. Let’s get in the ring?”

When TMZ caught up with the “Crank That” rapper on the streets, he once again floated the idea. “That’s just me having a little fun, you know what I’m saying? We ain’t trippin’, man,” he said. “Unless Kanye wants to get in the boxing ring, know what I’m saying?”

Soulja thinks it could be lucrative for both parties. “I think we could make $100, $200 million,” he said.

During his anti-Ye rant, Soulja tried to shoot his shot with Kim Kardashian and claimed that Kanye removed him from his 2008 song “RoboCop.” “I hate working with this dude. He needs help seriously,” he added.

He also shared the verse he recorded for “Remote Control” that didn’t make DONDA.

While Soulja tries to get in the ring with Ye, Aaron Carter recently challenged him to a fight, and Soulja isn’t backing down. “Boy, I’ll beat the candy out your pockets,” he told the pop star.


Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London’s Son Kross Celebrates 5th Birthday

Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London’s son Kross turns five.

In honor of his birthday on Tuesday, his mother shared a new photo of the couple’s son, who bears a striking resemblance to his late father. Kross paid tribute to his dad by wearing a pendant with his face on it while striking a pose.

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London also penned a touching tribute to her baby boy. “Kross The Boss!” she wrote in her Instagram caption. “My baby is 5. My Lighthouse My Strength Love.”

Kross, who London calls “Baby Hussle,” was born Aug. 31, 2016. When he was born, Nipsey shared a black-and-white photo of the newborn holding his mother’s hand.

London passed on taking a role in the FX series “Snowfall” in order to have her son. “Lauren was handpicked by John Singleton to do ‘Snowfall.’ She read, got the part, shot the pilot…did stunts…this was her dream role,” Nipsey told GQ in a 2019 interview. “And then she got pregnant with our son. That was a really hard decision for her to make.”

“It was the toughest decision of my career by far,” added London. “Do I choose my soul or myself? I went with my soul.”

Nipsey remained supportive of her decision. “I didn’t put any pressure on her for whatever decision she wanted to make,” he said. “I learned then that what she believes in, she really believes in.”

London also shares a 12-year-old son with Lil Wayne, Kameron, while Nipsey has a 13-year-old daughter, Emani, from his relationship with Tanisha Foster.

London can be seen in the new trailer for ATL 2. She reprises her role as Erin “New New” Garnett in the sequel to the 2006 movie, which also stars T.I., Jackie Long, Jason Weaver, and Evan Ross.


21 Savage Reveals His Top 5 R&B Artists

21 Savage’s love for R&B is no secret.

The Savage Mode rapper has sang along to many R&B classics, from Beyoncé to Lauryn Hill to Jhené Aiko, and even shared his viral karaoke sessions with fans on Instagram Live.

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During an interview with the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast, he revealed his top 5 R&B artists of all time.

The list, in no particular order, includes Mary J. Blige, Usher, Keith Sweat, Aaliyah, and Avant. “I ain’t gonna lie, I f**k with Avant,” Savage said of the “Read Your Mind” crooner. “Avant got them motherfu**ers.”

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He also shared his love for R&B groups like SWV, Xscape, Jagged Edge, 112, and 702.

In 2019, Savage shared his top 5 rappers including JAY-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Young Nudy, and Nipsey Hussle.

Watch 21’s hilarious rendition of Beyoncé’s “Me, Myself, and I” below.


DaBaby Meets with 9 HIV Awareness Organizations, Apologizes for ‘Hurtful Comments’

DaBaby is doing the work.

In the wake of his homophobic comments at Rolling Loud, the embattled rapper had a virtual, private meeting with nine HIV awareness organizations during which he apologized for his “inaccurate and hurtful comments.”

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According to a press release, on Aug. 25, DaBaby met with representatives from groups including Black AIDS Institute, GLAAD, National Minority AIDS Council, Southern AIDS Coalition, and Transinclusive Group “to discuss HIV facts and share personal stories of living and thriving with HIV.”

The organizations called for a meeting with DaBaby in an open letter on Aug. 4 and he “affirmatively responded.”

“The open letter to DaBaby was our way to extend him the same grace each of us would hope for,” the organizations said in a statement Tuesday. “Our goal was to ‘call him in instead of calling him out.’ We believed that if he connected with Black leaders living with HIV that a space for community building and healing could be created. We are encouraged he swiftly answered our call and joined us in a meaningful dialogue and a thoughtful, educational meeting.

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“During our meeting, DaBaby was genuinely engaged, apologized for the inaccurate and hurtful comments he made about people living with HIV, and received our personal stories and the truth about HIV and its impact on Black and LGBTQ communities with deep respect,” the statement continued. “We appreciate that he openly and eagerly participated in this forum of Black people living with HIV, which provided him an opportunity to learn and to receive accurate information.”

Marnina Miller of the Southern AIDS Coalition commended DaBaby’s “willingness to listen, learn, and grow,” and was hopeful he “will use his platform to educate his fans and help end the epidemic.”

DaBaby previously apologized to the LGBTQ+ community for his offensive remarks, but the apology was later removed from his social media accounts. Many also questioned the sincerity of his apology, the latter of which came after he was pulled from several festival lineups including Lollapalooza, Day N Vegas, Governors Ball, and more.

In the wake of his controversy, DaBaby returned to the stage at Hot 97’s Summer Jam and made a surprise appearance at Kanye West’s DONDA listening party in Chicago.


Kanye West Wanted to Move His Mom’s Actual House Into Soldier Field

Kanye West rebuilt his childhood home in the middle of Chicago’s Soldier Field for his DONDA listening experience last week.

But Ye had an even loftier plan. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, he originally wanted to move his mother’s actual house where he grew up into the stadium for the event.

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But his plan was thwarted after the city denied him permission to move the abandoned structure at 7815 S. South Shore Dr.

“Moving a home in Chicago is a very technical process that requires structural engineer reports and multiple city permits,” explained Chicago’s Buildings Department. “The request to move the house at 7815 S. South Shore Dr. was denied last week because no permit application had been received to excavate and move the vacant property which is also in Demolition Court.”

So instead he erected a replica of the 1,600-square-foot home in the stadium, complete with a giant cross on top. During Thursday’s listening event, where he debuted his 10th studio album, he brought out guests including Travis Scott, DaBaby, Marilyn Manson, and Don Toliver as performers in SWAT gear circled the perimeter.

When Kanye was three years old, his mother moved from Atlanta to Chicago where they lived in the home for about eight years. The former English professor sold the house for $121,000 in 2003. The home changed hands several times throughout the years before Kanye bought it last year for $225,000. He had plans to renovate the house, which has been empty and boarded up for several years.


Video: Tory Lanez Ft. EST Gee,VV$ Ken “Tuh”

Tory Lanez’ got it on lock with his new single “Tuh”. Produced by Smash David, the coloration features labelmate VV$ Ken and and CMG’s Est Gee.

In the Stylo-directed clip, the trio hosts a rodeo-themed get together at the crib full of smoke, drinks, tons of money, and plenty of racy and twerking eye-candy.

Source: Rap radar

Trick Daddy Trends After Revealing He Gets 'Ate Out'

Trick Daddy went viral in his latest interview on Drink Champs for another “booty” related comment. At one point during the conversation, the Miami legend was asked about the “eat a booty” gang to which he said he’s looking to expand the “franchise” to include women who also engage in the activity.