2 Chainz Runs And Falls During Robbery [Video]

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Last week the blogs exploded with chatter of 2 Chainz getting his jewelry, money, and syrup taken at gunpoint while in San Francisco, but of course out of embarrassment 2 Chainz took to twitter to deny the rumors.

2 Chainz tweeted, “Rule #1 if a rapper gets robbed people usually post items that has been taken. Rings, chains, watch, money etc.” He also said, “Rule #2 if a rapper gets shot he usually go to hospital or dies.” Lastly, the rapper added, “Rule #3 we definitely got geeked up in San Fran, best smoke in the world. 2 blessed 2 stress.”

Now, Tmz obtained tapes from the scene that clearly shows 2 Chainz running from the gunmen, falling like a white chic in a movie and getting his jewelry and money snatched from his ever loving hands.

Whole entourage running down the streets slow as hell I might add, while  assassins skips to a victory dance and still catches up to you…pitiful……smh.

The video is better than words check it


 Rrrrruuuuuunnnnn Forest Run

2 Chainz Robbed at Gun Point in San Francisco

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I guess not everybody can have ride or dies by they side as 2 Chainz quickly learned.  Hours before he was scheduled to perform in San Francisco him and his entourage was robbed at gunpoint while the sun was still out.  Unfortunately, his crew fled the scene quicker than you would’ve said go playing red light green light.

Shots were fired and 2 Chainz was clearly the target, and if it was up to him and police weren’t so quickly involved, 2 Chainz would’ve dealt with the situation himself, as he told police.

Titti Boi, isn’t so liked everywhere and he better wear 2 Chainz and a vest next time he plans on traveling without top flight security.   SMH

Scarface Says Hip Hop Is White Washed


President of Def Jam South Mr. Scarface never been one to mince words, and nothing has changed. Scarface seems to think that hip hop isn’t what it use to be now that the higher ups who has no ties other than money to hip hop culture has taken over and the power to be has the final say.

Check Out what the Original Geto Boy had to say about old white men with their hands in the cookie jar via HardKnock. TV.

“I feel like we losing it.”

”I feel like the people that are in control of what Hip Hop does is so f**king White and so f**king Jewish and so they don’t give a f**k about what the culture and the craft really is about.”

“Let me say this sh*t right because I want this to be as offensive as I can f**kin’ make it for these old-ass punks that’s running these record labels that’s in the powerful positions to dictate what the Black community hears and listens to. I f**king hate that sh*t. That sh*t pisses me off.”

“There’s no f**king way that you can tell me that it’s not a conspiracy against the Blacks in Hip Hop. You put out f**king records that make us look stupid. You make us look dumb. You brainwash a generation of Hip Hoppers with this f**king crud and then when these other rappers come out, splitting it down the middle, these other rappers’ sh*t sound like ‘Wow!’ Y’all look great!’ ‘Y’all look stupid!’ … Then motherf**kers start going over here and pretty soon, Hip Hop is White now.”


  Do you agree?????





20 Year Old Charged With Rapper French Montana Bus Shooting


Suspect in Rapper French Montana tour bus shooting captured by Philadelphia’s finest. 20 year old Frank Briggs from Uptown, the Germantown section of Philadelphia was arrested and charged with murder.

According to Philly.com A 20-YEAR-OLD MAN has been charged with murder and a slew of related offenses for allegedly shooting one man to death and wounding another outside a rapper’s tour bus late last week.


Police say 20-year-old Frank Briggs, of Shedaker Street near Baynton in East Germantown, pulled up in a car and opened fire on a crowd gathered outside rap artist French Montana’s tour bus late Thursday night, after the bus stopped near a Holiday Inn Express on Columbus Boulevard.


Fatally wounded in the drive-by shooting was Jowann King, 26, of New York. A second man, age 28, was also wounded in the shooting, but survived.


Briggs is charged with murder, attempted murder, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, weapons offenses and related charges, police said.


Police have not said what motivated the shooting, but trouble has a way of finding Montana, whose real name is Karim Kharbouch.


He boasted to an entertainment website that he once survived a gunshot to the head and that he had beaten the murder rap that was pinned on him after the man who shot him was killed.


Just last month a fan left one of his shows in Las Vegas and allegedly shot and killed aspiring rapper Wayne Cherry Jr. as each drove along the strip.


Mjj says, It’s sad another young black man lost to the world of violence and the penal institution.







Youngstown native R&B and Rap artist JTRIP drops his much anticipated ‘I Got It Covered‘ mixtape, which comes loaded with twenty tracks for your listening pleasures that include covers of Frank Ocean, Chris Brown and Drake as well as original recorded material. ‘I Got It Covered’ is being presented by Two-time Ohio Hip Hop Award winner for Best Turntablist, DJ Jack Da Rippa and Best Host, Shuga Booga.

The clever, pop-leaning single “My Girl” ‘Take U There” and ‘Wonder Woman’ is already available on itunes and will impact pop/urban radio after the release of ‘I Got It Covered’ mixtape.

A double feature video for ‘My Girl’ and ‘Wonder Woman’ is available on popular social network Youtube, as well as ‘Take You There’ and ‘Millionaire’ featuring Kenny Ali and platinum selling recording artist, Young Buck, formally of 50 Cent’s G-Unit. JTRIP’s digital blueprint consists of over 1.8 million YouTube views and close to 70,000 followers on twitter, instagram, facebook and other social networks combined!

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2 chainz posted with cops after weed arrest

Around 10 pm, Maryland State Police pulled over rapper 2 Chainz.  While he wasn’t traveling alone he was the only one arrested for marijuana possession.  Like any other person busted, 2 Chainz was pissed and later shared words with twitter.  He also says he didn’t have weed but he had a grinder in his possession (to grind up the Kush), and the cops were just F***in with him.

But wait, while 2 Chainz was arrested, booked, and later released he had time to pose for the camera with two of the cops at the station?  Apparently after the rapper was released cops asked for a photo op with him? Something smells fishy here but 2 Chainz says he only took the pic for the cops own personal interest.  SMH guess the cops ended that session of “riding round and getting it” early! LMFAO



Lil Wayne Dishonors Emmet Till


Lil Wayne who is known for his insane metaphors heard through his rap music has pushed the envelope of disrespect too far. Lil Wayne and Future’s new song “Karate Chop” refers to Weezy popping a pill and beating the “P” up like Emmett Till has the Till family outraged as it should.

Emmet Till in 1955 a fifteen year old boy who was brutally beat to death and had his eye poked out because he whistled at a white girl. The Till family and other African American Leaders are calling for a boycott of the song and asking for it to be pulled. The family has reached out to Lil Wayne’s camp in efforts of resolution…..without much success.


Airickca Gordon Taylor a spokesperson for the Till family had this to say:


“I just couldn’t understand how he could compare the gateway to life to the brutality and punishment of death.”


Mjj says, Sometimes we can be our own worse enemy without even realizing it.

Joe Budden Covers Rolling Out Looking Like A Million Bucks


Joe Budden rapper turned reality star talks to Rolling Out Magazine. Joe the outspoken, very articulate rapper who you either love or hate gives up the tea about the real skinny on his off and on love affair with Tahiry aka Ms. Deliciousness.

If you’ve been watching the show and I know you have, then this interview answers all your questions…….as Joe do what he do, he holds nothing back….. his drama filled love life to his slipping back into the darkness to his new beginnings he lay it on the line….check out some excerpts from the interview

On becoming a better person since his bad boy days:

“My sole purpose is just to improve and evolve and keep the focus on me. Doing that, you pick up on certain things and you learn certain things. Looking at myself back then, my mind-[set] was in a very different place. Not to say volatile, but I wasn’t as intact as I am today.”


On his roller coaster friendship with his Tahiry:

“Closure would be nice. But that’s a luxury at this point between her and I. Would I prefer it? Yes. Will it ever be? Who the f–k knows?”


On his relationship with former friend Raqi Thaunda:

“That relationship is nonexistent. I won’t say it’s because of the show. It’s because of her. The show didn’t do anything — to me, anyway. That was bound to come to its end whether the show was happening or not.”


On being perceived as a ladies’ man:

“As much as it is communicated, I don’t view myself that way, It’s almost a joke when I hear it. To me, it’s as simple as, I’m attracted to women that a lot of other people seem to be attracted to as well. They’re all beautiful and amazing women — physically, at least. It doesn’t set me apart. But I’m very transparent with them. Maybe most other people are not. Maybe I live in a bubble, in that respect. But that pretty much is always what it is.”


On using drugs:

“It was just a severe case of me being overwhelmed. I’ve been in this game for a long time and people drinking and doing whatever happens to be their vice of choice — that never affected me. That was me. Not to say other people wouldn’t be influenced, but for me, it was never that. For me, it was, ‘If I wanna do something, I’m gonna do it.’ Whether other people agree or disagree.”


On fame not playing part in his mistakes:

“The fame part is the simplest part. You’re more recognized than the average person. Whoop-de-do. I’m filled with too much humility for that to move me one way or another. I’m not altered by it. But all the things that come along with fame probably affected me. And the way I deal with those things today is entirely different.”

Read this interview in it’s entirety @ Rolling Out


Ladies Can Joe Budden Get It??????