I beat up wreckless tweeters. U gon see me eventually.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) July 29, 2014
Gibbs ain't a joke.
DEAR LUDACRIS WHAT HAPPENED YOU WERE THE FUCKING BEST NOW YOU MAKE KINDA GAY TECHNO RAVE SONGS MAN YOU WERE MY FAVORITE COME BACK PLEASE— Tyler, The Creator (@fucktyler) July 28, 2014
https://t.co/nX4oGRmga9 LUDACRIS WOW!— Tyler, The Creator (@fucktyler) July 28, 2014
Streets need that "Southern Hospitality."
were I'm from we dont speak 2 people that we don't know. But in a weirdo age they mistake your non dick riding for being anti social #iGuess— TROY AVE B$B (@TroyAve) July 29, 2014
Nowadays everything I tweet be over analyzed .... I don't give a fuk tho! It's the Gift N the Course of Success. AND IM BUILT FOR THIS— TROY AVE B$B (@TroyAve) July 29, 2014
ALTHOUGH DICK RIDING Or "TROLLING" AS THEY CALL IT NOW HAS BECOME POPULAR that doesn't mean it's RIGHT! DIK RIDING NEVER BEEN COOL— TROY AVE B$B (@TroyAve) July 29, 2014
Chance are that he's referring to the fuss around the uncovered homophobic tweets.
Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) July 28, 2014
Jay Z references are so real.
I'm never gon vouch for white pants on the dead homies.— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) August 1, 2014
What if you wanna eat some chili cheese fries how you gonna maneuver in them white pants? Foolish.— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) August 1, 2014
Can't walk around with chilli on your white pants.
Women gotta stop that “I’m only arguing cuz I care” shit… I always reply with “so how can I get u to care less ?”— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) July 31, 2014
& that women’s intuition shit gotta go too… Cuz y’all be dead ass wrong talmbout “I just got a feeling”.. Lol— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) July 31, 2014
"YEAH, THAT'S RIGHT" — Men everywhere
Lil Wayne is being sued for a million dollars by a jet company.
In an ideal world, Remy Ma would be in this edition of 140 Bars Or Less: Tweets Of The Week instead of being in jail for another week. But, then again, Remy Ma wouldn't have been serving time in the first place. Still, life goes on and the tweets still roll.
This week, Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa provide some insight into the human condition (trust us, it's not too deep), while Freddie Gibbs reminds his followers there's a huge difference between the e-streets and the streets. Also, what happened to hit-making, pre-Fast & Furious Ludacris? Find out the answer to that (although there really isn't an answer) and more in the following slides.