Yesterday we reported that Solange Knowles was caught on security cameras assaulting Jay-Z in an elevator after the Met Gala. Jay-Z and Beyonce were later spotted sitting court side at last night's Miami Heat game with all smiles. The incident, it seemed, left the couple with little impact.
Solange and Jay Z's elevator scuffle has been the inescapable news story of the last 24 hours, mainly because of the lack of information provided. The joke of the day was coming up with the most ridiculous scenarios that could have put the younger Knowles sister in such a frenzy.
The phrase "Shoulda Coulda Woulda" has been around for quite some time, with variations on it popping up everywhere from a song title on Chief Keef's 2013 tape Almighty So to a title of an episode of "Sex In The City." Most recently, 2 Chainz borrowed a variant of the phrase ("Wuda Cuda Shuda") for the name of a t
Suge Knight is known to talk crazy from time-to-time and, today, he's making headlines yet again for that very reason. Just moments after claiming that children need more positive role models in the same interview with PopCandiesTV, the Death Row mogul threatened violence on Rick Ross.
While it's not clear what spawned it, August Alsina has made it clear that he and Trey Songz have not seen eye to eye in the past. Most recently, the topic resulted in a very awkward interview on 106 & Park, where August was asked about the feud after specific instructions not to bring it up.
The Lil Durk and Tyga beef continues to snowball, with new rappers getting involved almost every day. So far both Game and Compton Menace have contributed to the beef, and according to Durk, it's not quite over yet.
Yesterday we saw the responses from Lil Durk, and randomly enough, Compton Menace (who used to be friends with Game, or so we thought) following the release of Tyga and Game's joint diss record "ChiRaq To L.A.", which not only took aim at Chicago native Durk but also at West Coast native 40 Glocc.
As you probably saw, Lil Wayne had the opportunity to escort Floyd Mayweather to the ring where he fought Marcos Maidana this past Saturday night. Weezy F also performed his new single "Believe Me" for the very first time while walking Mayweather to the ring.
Earlier this year, YG stirred up some beef on his Hot 97 freestyle, lobbing subtle disses at fellow Golden State residents Tyga and Problem. Now, Problem has spoken on the diss in a new interview, and he doesn't seem that bothered by it.
The beef between rappers and Funkmaster Flex of Hot 97 continues. After Iggy Azalea got on Hot 97 and cleared up her issues with the veteran New York DJ just the other week, it seems Funk has made himself another foe, this time Atlanta's 2 Chainz.