VIDEO: Nicki Minaj Says Rapper Ransom is Wack & Will Never “Pop”


TMZ cameras caught up with Nicki Minaj last night and got her all riled up after inquiring on rapper Ransom’s recent line in his song “Man Alone” where he suggests he did some ghost writing work for Minaj in the past.  “Before Nicki was wearing those crazy wigs/I was doing verses for her/just hoping she made it big,” said rapper Ransom.

After being questioned, Nicki proceeded to rant about how she’s never needed or used any ghost writer in her career.  Minaj also goes on to diss Ransom and makes it clear how she feels about him and his career.



AUDIO: Drake Disses Chris Brown, Talks Rihanna + Much More on EVR Radio

drakeDrake recently had a thorough sit down with Elliot Wilson on his East Village Radio show and discusses a number of topics.  One important one which has the internet going nuts and the fans talking has to be his comments in regards to Chris Brown and Rihanna.  Drake decided to keep it real and promote the idea that he is more popular and in fact makes better music than Breezy.  The former Degrassi star also took aim at Chris when Draked made the comment that Rihanna “fell into his lap”.  Drizzy also discusses two new records that are in the works and that will be dropping next week; one being “No New Friends”.  Take a listen to the stream below to hear Drake also talk about his thoughts on the Weeknd, Pusha T and more.

Here’s a quick clip if you want to hear the Chris Brown and Rihanna comments

Full Interview below:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

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AUDIO: Young Jeezy – R.I.P. Remix ft. YG, Kendrick Lamar, & Chris Brown | Drake Diss


After just being interview by Power 106’s Big Boy and downplaying his beef with YMCMB rapper Drake, Breezy decides to send shots at the Toronto artist over Young Jeezy’s new “R.I.P” Remix.  The record features verses from other talents like YG, and Kendrick Lamar.

Deciding to spit some bars over the track, Chris makes reference to Drake’s popular “Started From The Bottom” single and raps:

“Now dearly departed, I bought a plane I departed/and if you started from the bottom go ahead and come out the closet…”

Not to be forgotten, Drake’s recent offering with “5 AM In Toronto” off his upcoming project also caused some eyebrows to raise when the former Degrassi actor rapped:

“Bad press during the summer over allegations/ I ain’t lyin’ my nigga my time is money/ that’s why I ain’t got time for a nigga whose time is coming…”

You know what this means right?  Put all the liquor bottles away because shit is about to get serious, tables will be flipped, and all kinds of bottles are about to take flight.

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AUDIO: Joe Budden Details VH1 Reunion Fight w/ Consequence

Joe Budden Consequence

Consequence confirmed a physical confrontation went down today as the cast of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop show gathered to film the reunion episode.  He stated that he’d basically punched Joe and served him the business but it didn’t take long for Joe to respond and clarify that he was “sucker punched” from behind.  From what Joe states is that he and Tahiry were on there way to smoke a cigarette during a break and Consequence decided to let one fly.  After making his remarks on Twitter, Joe decided to call into HOT 97’s The Angie Martinez Show to let Angie know his side of how things went down.  Take a listen and hear what Joe said Tahiry did when this happened.


AUDIO: Consequence – Looka Here Baby

If you follow Love and Hip-Hop on VH1 Cons recently played a snippet of a new diss track intended for Raqi Thunda who recently got into a verbal confrontation with his girlfriend.  “Looka Here Baby” is the newest edition to Cons’ ConsTV exclusives.  Peep the record below.


AUDIO: Gunplay speaks out about BET Hip Hop awards fight

Gunplay calls into Power 105’s Breakfast Club to speak on the altercation at the BET hip hop awards. Lets just say his description of the way it played out in comparison to what the visuals show is very different.

CLICK HERE to see video of TMZ catching up with 50 Cent who appeared to be unfazed by the altercation as he landed in New York following the BET Hip Hop Awards Show in Atlanta.