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RICK ROSS ATTACKED BY DRAKE GOONS AFTER PLAYING KENDRICK LAMAR DISS AT CANADA SHOW

Rick Ross's beef with Drake has turned physical as he was attacked by OVO goons after playing Kendrick Lamar's "Not Like Us" at a show in Canada.
Rozay was performing at Ignite Music Festival in Vancouver on Sunday (June 30) when he played Kendrick's chart-topping diss track, which contains accusations that Drizzy is a pedophile.

After coming off stage, with the song still playing, Rozay was confronted by a group of men who were seemingly angered by him playing the track on Drake's home soil.

The two parties then exchanged words before one of the men sucker punched Ross in the face, leading to an all-out brawl that last for several minutes.

Team OVO appeared the clear winners in the fight, which saw several of Ross' entourage beat up and knocked to the floor. The rapper himself largely avoided the scuffle after being initally punched.

At the end of the melee, one of the MMG mogul's team was left lying unconscious on the grass and had to be carried away.

Rick Ross and his crew were assaulted after his show in Canada after they played Kendrick Lamar's 'Not Like Us' pic.twitter.com/AiZbxS2qwt

- The Art Of Dialogue (@ArtOfDialogue_) July 1, 2024

The incident comes shortly after The Weeknd was threatened with violence by Toronto rapper Top5 for siding against Drake in his feud with Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin and co.

On his Instagram Stories, Top5, who is awaiting trial for murder, wrote: "All these n-ggas are mad at one I dare you n-ggas to come to the 6ix #noflyzone."

He then posted a picture of The Weeknd and said: "@theweeknd you started doing coke now your from Compton? Wait till my GGs see you."

Rick Ross, meanwhile, has been beefing with former friend and collaborator Drake since April, attacking him with the diss track "Champagne Moments."

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"Weezy gave you the juice/ Another White boy at the park wanna hang with the crew," he rapped on the song, mocking Drizzy's mixed heritage.

Ross also said in the outro: "You ain't never want to be a n-gga anyway, n-gga. That's why you had an operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose, n-gga."

He further taunted Drake over his alleged plastic surgery, saying: "Yeah, you had that surgery, that six-pack gone. That's why you wearin' that funny shit at your show, you can't hide it, n-gga."

The Teflon Don also revealed that the reason he and Drizzy fell out was over a cease and desist letter sent to French Montana regarding a feature.

"I unfollowed you, n-gga, 'cause you sent the motherfuckin' cease-and-desist to French Montana, n-gga. You sent the police, n-gga, hated on my dog project. That wasn't the same white boy that I seen, n-gga, when we were makin' them early records, n-gga.


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LIL WAYNE, JUVENILE & MORE GATHER TO CELEBRATE CASH MONEY RECORDS FOUNDERS SLIM & BIRDMAN

Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh were among the Hip Hop luminaries gathered in Los Angeles this week to celebrate Cash Money Records founders Slim and Birdman.

The brothers, born Ronald and Brian Williams, were the guests of honor at the second annual YouTube Leaders & Legends Gala, which took place in LA on Thursday (June 27).

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During the star-studded black tie event, the New Orleans moguls were given their flowers through speeches from YouTube's head of music, Lyor Cohen; BMI's vice president of creative Catherine Brewton; producer Polow Da Don; and Republic Records' chief executives Avery and Monte Lipman, who are also brothers, and who recognized the Williams brothers as mentors throughout their own careers.

Others in attendance included 2 Chainz, LL Cool J, NLE Choppa, Saweetie, Queen Naija, Yo Gotti, Kevin Liles, and Quality Control co-founder Pierre "P" Thomas.

Taking to the stage alongside his brother, Birdman used his acceptance speech to recall his and Slim's upbringing and the business impact Cash Money's legendary run had on the game, per Billboard.

"Life wasn't easy for us; living in every project in New Orleans," he said. "I was a real lost youngster trying to find a way because I'd been in and out of homes, in and out of jail, jumped in the streets at 12 years old; at 14 years old, I was wearing two Rolexes. I met some youngsters and didn't want them to go my route, right? [Cash Money rapper] B.G. was hitting that route, and I saw that [Lil] Wayne looked like he was going that route too. "

He continued: "I wanted to save their lives. My whole mission was to try to spare a life. And I needed help too because I was reckless. The only person that I respected enough to spare my life was my brother. And my way of saving their [B.G., Lil Wayne] lives was putting them in the studio. The studio was going to be the new streets.

"But all due respect to Jay-Z, I remember when he said he retired and Wayne shot a video and said since the best rapper retired, I'm the best rapper alive. And a lot of sh-t changed for us from that moment. At the same time n-as were saying hip-hop is dead. And we're like honestly, what the f-k is they talking about? We ain't know nothing about that type of sh-t."

Birdman concluded: "So we felt like this was our time to take over hip-hop. That's when the birth of Young Money came, Nicki and Drake came. We kind of held hip-hop down. We survived the warfare in New Orleans. Now we're surviving in life, and we did a great job at it. [When] we started, all I thought about was saving four lives, and we end up saving thousands of motherf-kers' lives. I give all gratitude to my brother, who was like my father, for saving my life."

Slim, on the other hand, started out his address to the crowd by celebrating the three celebrated Cash Money alums who were on hand for the event.

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"I want to say that I'm so proud of Juvenile, Wayne, [Mannie] Fresh because I saw them when they was in that studio," he said. "They were in friendly competition with each other. We started off doing two songs and would end up doing five songs a night. They were there competing like a basketball player for real. But what really makes me so proud that they're going on in their careers with generational wealth, doing other things outside of music while keeping music going.

"My brother and I went through a lot to get to this point. Someone once told me growing up that I ain't never going to be sh-t and ain't worth a quarter. But you've got to do better than that to break me down. I ain't breakable like that. It made me want to go hard and work hard, so I've got a few more quarters now.

He then closed out with a bit of advice for the crowd: "Don't let no one tell you what you cannot do! You do your thing. That's the only way you're going to win.

"I love y'all," Slim added after shout outs to Polow, Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, Jeezy, Turk and Wayne. "Ain't nobody else alive going to do what we've done - ever.


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DRAKE & KENDRICK LAMAR BEEF IS 'SO FRUSTRATING,' SAYS CAMILA CABELLO

Drake and Kendrick Lamar's beef has been the basis for a great deal of contention, and Camila Cabello is among those who aren't all that impressed by the back-and-forth.

In an interview with The Times of London that was published on Thursday (June 27), the former Fifth Harmony member talked about working with the 6 God and his ongoing feud with K.Dot.

"He is such a delight," Cabello said. "It's so frustrating to see people talk about someone you know in a way that is negative. You're like, 'Dang, if only you guys could just have dinner or something.'"

Drake has two guest spots on the 27-year-old's latest album C,XOXO, and it all traces back to the singer sending him a DM.

"He's the fucking GOAT, so it felt like shooting for the stars," she told Billboard in May, before recalling the Instagram exchange with the Canadian superstar. "I showed him the album when I felt comfortable enough and he really liked it. [The feature] came out of a nontransactional place. He had this idea of a song called 'Hot Uptown,' and it just felt like I was in the city. I was in Miami."

The track was finished in Turks & Caicos, following which Drizzy reportedly continued crooning over synths for two minutes - singing that was subsequently chopped up into an interlude titled "Uuugly."

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"He wanted to do one more thing for the album," she explained. "Why does he have his own song? Because selfishly, I just want to hear Drake on my own album ... I love that for me - it's like that rebellious mood. Who says I can't do that? It's Drake talking his shit."

Back in December, the two began getting attention from the paparazzi after Pop Crave published footage of them hanging out at Noah's Ark Beach Club in the Caribbean. The stars could be seen riding jet skis together in addition to chatting and laughing on a boat.

The Toronto superstar reportedly started following the 26-year-old singer over the spring, after she shared a mirror selfie online and quoted his song "Search & Rescue" in the caption: "Take me out the Club. Take me out the Trap. Take me off the market. Take me off the map. I'm trying to hit the group chat and tell them it's a wrap.


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South Florida radio station leaving listeners stunned and disappointed

A major shake-up at a South Florida radio station leaving listeners stunned and disappointed after finding out several of their favorite on-air radio personalities were abruptly let go. James T. Thomas. Jill Tracey and Missey Bailey were taken off the air Monday as morning hosts on HOT105, as part of a downsizing move by Cox Media Group.Tracey has been in the radio industry for more than 30 years. She served as news director and morning news anchor on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show where she brought vibrant energy, insightful commentary on the HOT NEWS NOW segment. She also hosted her popular weekend evening show "Hot Talk with Jill Tracey" which aired at 11:00pm on Sundays. Missey Bailey served as the station's Sunday morning Gospel show "On Assignment". She's been with Cox Media Group Miami since 1999 first at WEDR before moving to WHQT HOT105 in 2004.Tracey says the decision was made due to declining numbers at the station. "They are just trying to cut everywhere they can because they aren't doing the numbers that they used to," Tracey told the Miami Herald.The news has many in the community and industry speculating and questioning the move.Cox Media Group which is the owner of HOT105 and 99 Jamz have remained silent about the firings.James T. Thomas has been with HOT105 for decades as midday and afternoon host. He started his journey in South Florida radio and news media scene more than 50 years ago including WIRK-AM, WHRS-FM, WRBD/WCKO and Channel 5 WPTV in West Palm Beach.His smooth delivery made him a favorite among listeners. His talent led him to become the host of the James T Morning Show on co-owned Hip Hop WEDR. In 2003, Thomas returned to his roots as the midday on-air talent at WHQT HOT105.These well known radio hosts are not the only ones who have left Cox Media Group Miami.Earlier this month prominent radio personality, Cindy Doucet known to many as SUPA CINDY resigned from sister station WEDR-99 JAMZ as morning show host, after more than 20 years with the station. In a June 7th video message posted on instagram to fans, Cindy said prioritizing her mental health and personal well-being was important for her. "I have reached the ceiling in the room I am in, limiting myself when I know what greatness I possess. We have to be realistic; when something no longer serves you, you can only ignore the signs for so long."
Cindy spoke about a recent dream she had about a bat flying around her home. When she Googled the significance of dreaming with a bat it meant - "to trust your gut and follow your instincts when making important decisions". "It's time to move forward to explore new goals and my happiness", she said. In closing, Cindy said, "I want to focus on my happiness... I'm not willing to sacrifice my happiness, or my mental health, for that matter." Cindy stressed that she is not leaving South Florida and will remain busy with her nonprofit organization. Supa Cindy's departure also followed the exit of WEDR afternoon radio host 'Julezz' Castanon who also left the station last month


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South Florida radio station

South Florida radio station

A major shake-up at a South Florida radio station leaving listeners stunned and disappointed after finding out several of their favorite on-air radio personalities were abruptly let go. James T. Thomas. Jill Tracey and Missey Bailey were taken off the air Monday as morning hosts on HOT105, as part of a downsizing move by Cox Media Group.Tracey has been in the radio industry for more than 30 years. She served as news director and morning news anchor on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show where she brought vibrant energy, insightful commentary on the HOT NEWS NOW segment. She also hosted her popular weekend evening show "Hot Talk with Jill Tracey" which aired at 11:00pm on Sundays. Missey Bailey served as the station's Sunday morning Gospel show "On Assignment". She's been with Cox Media Group Miami since 1999 first at WEDR before moving to WHQT HOT105 in 2004.Tracey says the decision was made due to declining numbers at the station. "They are just trying to cut everywhere they can because they aren't doing the numbers that they used to," Tracey told the Miami Herald.The news has many in the community and industry speculating and questioning the move.Cox Media Group which is the owner of HOT105 and 99 Jamz have remained silent about the firings.James T. Thomas has been with HOT105 for decades as midday and afternoon host. He started his journey in South Florida radio and news media scene more than 50 years ago including WIRK-AM, WHRS-FM, WRBD/WCKO and Channel 5 WPTV in West Palm Beach.His smooth delivery made him a favorite among listeners. His talent led him to become the host of the James T Morning Show on co-owned Hip Hop WEDR. In 2003, Thomas returned to his roots as the midday on-air talent at WHQT HOT105.These well known radio hosts are not the only ones who have left Cox Media Group Miami.Earlier this month prominent radio personality, Cindy Doucet known to many as SUPA CINDY resigned from sister station WEDR-99 JAMZ as morning show host, after more than 20 years with the station. In a June 7th video message posted on instagram to fans, Cindy said prioritizing her mental health and personal well-being was important for her. "I have reached the ceiling in the room I am in, limiting myself when I know what greatness I possess. We have to be realistic; when something no longer serves you, you can only ignore the signs for so long."
Cindy spoke about a recent dream she had about a bat flying around her home. When she Googled the significance of dreaming with a bat it meant - "to trust your gut and follow your instincts when making important decisions". "It's time to move forward to explore new goals and my happiness", she said. In closing, Cindy said, "I want to focus on my happiness... I'm not willing to sacrifice my happiness, or my mental health, for that matter." Cindy stressed that she is not leaving South Florida and will remain busy with her nonprofit organization. Supa Cindy's departure also followed the exit of WEDR afternoon radio host 'Julezz' Castanon who also left the station last month


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WILL SMITH SUMMONED TO PERFORM AT 2024 BET AWARDS

Will Smith is set to perform a brand new song at the upcoming 2024 BET Awards.

Taking place on June 30, Smith will premiere an as-yet-unknown new single exclusively at the ceremony.

"From his start as a rapper to The Fresh Prince to being a box office king as one of the Bad Boys, Will Smith is truly a global icon, and we are honored to welcome him back to grace the BET Awards stage," Connie Orlando, EVP specials, music programming and music strategy at BET, said in a statement.

She added: "We look forward to Will adding to yet another defining night for the culture that is not to be missed."

Taraji P. Henson will host the awards for the third time, with confirmed performers for the night including GloRilla, Ice Spice, Latto, Lauryn Hill and Sexyy Red.

Will Smith has been quietly making moves back into music in recent months.

First, he made a surprise appearance during J Balvin's set at Coachella to perform his classic hit "Men in Black".

Smith appeared wearing his black suit and sunglasses from the classic 1997 film of the same name for a rendition of the Grammy-winning hit.

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The elaborate, alien-themed performance saw Balvin dragged off stage by dancers in matching black suits as The Fresh Prince pulled out a "Neuralyzer," a fictional device from the sci-fi comedy that erases memories.

He also returned with his first new music in nearly five years with his Sean Paul collaboration "Light Em Up," which was featured on the Bad Boys: Ride or Die soundtrack.

Over a hard-hitting, dancehall-flavored beat, Smith showcased his agility on the mic with different flows, while reminding listeners that he hasn't missed a beat since the days of Big Willie Style.

"Back in this bitch like I never left/ The Devil came for me, should have worn a vest/ You thought I lost something, I ain't miss a step/ You want some old me? Say less," he raps.

He continues: "I'm bad to the bone when I get it rocking/ I'm back in my zone, 'bout to get it popping/ Will still plugged in, yeah, it's pretty shocking/ Like a brand new Porsche, I got plenty options.


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GHOSTFACE KILLAH RECALLS JAY-Z REMINDING WU-TANG CLAN ABOUT BEING OWED $500

Ghostface Killah has recalled the time JAY-Z reminded Wu-Tang Clan about the $500 dollars they owed him.

The Staten Island legend stopped by Million Dollaz Worth of Game earlier this month and recalled the time Hova came calling for money he was owed.

Reminiscing about the early days of Wu, Ghostface Killah began: "One time, RZA and [GZA] were telling me that Hov was on the list with us to do a show or whatever. We gave him some time ... Long story short, n-ggas ain't pay him the money.

"You know how Hov is. He wait. A few years down the line, and bring it up to one of the n-ggas. Like, 'Yeah, remember that time you ain't really pay me?'"

Pretty Toney and co-hosts Gillie Da Kid and Wallace Peeples then laughed about the now-billionaire never forgetting a debt.

Check out the clip below, which begins at around the 33:06 mark.

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The unpaid debt isn't the only connection between JAY-Z and Wu-Tang Clan.

Last year, RZA sat down with Rolling Stone and shared a story about his influence on a young Hov.

"I think that what I did was necessary. I think that it was ordained," he said. "One day, JAY-Z told me, 'Yo, I got [the idea for] The Blueprint from you.'"

He continued: "At that time, I was headed to Hollywood already. Now, here's a path, here's a way it can work. And it continued to work in different regions of the country and with different crews."

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Perhaps one reason why Ghostface Killah, RZA and Wu-Tang feel so strongly about JAY-Z is because they remind each other of a bygone era.

Last month, Ghost spoke with Rolling Stone about how he didn't think today's rappers knew about the art of storytelling.

"I don't hear n-ggas doing storytelling no more, man," he said. "There might be Nas. You might still got [Slick] Rick out there doing it ... Raekwon, [GZA]. A lot of stuff be regular darts, regular raps. Everything with this new generation is about clubs."

He continued: "A lot of pussy getting thrown around and shit. It ain't like with MC Lyte. Even when Lil' Kim did it, she was gangsta with it. She was a rapper's rapper. ... But the Lauryn Hills of this shit [are] gone.

"Even the Foxys and shit like that, like a lag came over it. But all this other 'lick my ass,' 'my butthole brown' shit, it's like ... it's too much.


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DESTROY LONELY DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF PHYSICAL & MENTAL ABUSE BY EX-GIRLFRIEND

Destroy Lonely has denied allegations of physical and mental abuse from a former girlfriend.

In a series of lengthy social media posts on Monday (June 24), an X account under the name of @ayishamia made a number of claims against the rapper, who is signed to Playboi Carti.

"Cry baby ass n-gga," she said. "Mad over Lucki you verbally abused me for an entire 21 hr flight to Germany and when I finally snapped and hit you choked me and and then called my mom to play victim."

The account then posted pictures of bloody injuries and added: "Cracked my head open in Germany after pushing me into a bed frame and then threw all my shit in the hallway ..... all because i was tired and didn't want to get up at that exact second to roll a blunt."

Another post said: "We were out once with at least 10 ppl. We argue, I want to sit in the car till the race over you take one of my phones to try n stop me.

"I order a Uber to go. you hop in my Uber and slapped me in my face 4 times and then same night u go cry on the song w @pinkpantheress2 about it."

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The account then accused Destroy Lonely of saying homophobic slurs about Don Toliver when she tried to listen to his music.

"Just weird af I couldn't even listen to @DonToliver," she said. "Any time I tried he either make fun of me or him calling him g*y and a fagg*t.

"Then the second we stop talking for a month u go record music with him and send it to me verbatim 'now I see why you like him so much.'"

She also revealed why she eventually broke up with the rapper: "Broke up with him cause the second to last time we were together he had a knife in his hand Infront of everyone we knew and said word for word 'Imma kill this bitch' and we were apart for 3 months after."

Broke up with him cause the second to last time we were together he had a knife in his hand Infront of everyone we knew and said word for word "Imma kill this bitch" and we were apart for 3 months after.

- brazil (@ayishamia) June 24, 2024

Destroy Lonely has now commented on the allegations, denying them all.

Taking to social media, he said: "Everybody know the true story not doing no clout cap for u."

He also dismissed the photos purporting to show injuries: "Bitch beat on me 1000 times wanna post a fake ass injury. Never cracked nobody skull ask my manager."

Destroy Lonely released his last album If Looks Could Kill in 2023 via Carti's Opium label and Interscope Records.

The title track has over 90 million streams on Spotify, trailing his biggest song "NOSTYLIST" by just over 20 million streams


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KANYE WEST & DONNA SUMMER LAWSUIT DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have settled their lawsuit with the estate of Donna Summer after they were sued for using the singer's hit "I Feel Love" without permission.

The hook of the classic song was sampled on Vultures 1 track "Good (Don't Die)," leading to the late singer's estate alleging copyright infringement.

The matter has now reached a confidential settlement with the case being dismissed with prejudice.

A settlement had been in the works for months after the song was removed from streaming platforms. It's not known if the settlement will allow it to return to services such as Spotify.

According to the lawsuit, Kanye West applied to sample "I Feel Love" but was rejected by Summer's estate and Universal Music Group.

Court documents show West attempted to get around the rejection by using an interpolation instead of a sample. This, the estate says, still counts as copyright infringement.

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have not publicly commented on the lawsuit.

Shortly after Vultures 1 dropped, Donna Summer's estate addressed the use of her signature song on the album: "Kanye West asked permission to use Donna Summer song, 'I Feel Love,' [but] he was denied. He changed the words, had someone re-sing it, or used AI but it's 'I Feel Love'...copyright infringement!"

West had other sample problems on Vultures 1 after Ozzy Osbourne criticized him for using Black Sabbath's classic song "Iron Man" on the album.

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In an Instagram post, Osbourne wrote: "@KANYEWEST ASKED PERMISSION TO SAMPLE A SECTION OF A 1983 LIVE PERFORMANCE OF "IRON MAN" FROM THE US FESTIVAL WITHOUT VOCALS & WAS REFUSED PERMISSION BECAUSE HE IS AN ANTISEMITE AND HAS CAUSED UNTOLD HEARTACHE TO MANY.

"HE WENT AHEAD AND USED THE SAMPLE ANYWAY AT HIS ALBUM LISTENING PARTY LAST NIGHT. I WANT NO ASSOCIATION WITH THIS MAN."

Kanye West would later remove the original "Iron Man" sample and change it to an interpolation of his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy track "Hell of a Life," which was cleared to use the iconic hard rock song.

Ye also allegedly failed to receive permission from the Backstreet Boys to sample their song "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"


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LATTO TAKES ANOTHER JAB AT ICE SPICE WITH BIRTHDAY BASH CELEBRATION

Latto has taken another shot at Ice Spice in a social media post celebrating her historic performance at Atlanta's Birthday Bash concert over the weekend.

Just before she was set to take the stage at the Hot 107.9 summer concert on Saturday (June 22), the rapper took to X (formerly Twitter) and shared a cake it the form of the poop emoji, with a message that read, "Holy shit, you're Headlining."

She captioned the post, "Think I'm the shit , bitch?????," a direct reference to Ice Spice's single "Think U the Shit (Fart)," which fans have always taken to be a diss aimed at Latto.

Check out the post below:

Back in February, the Bronx rap star aimed the "Put In Da Floor" hitmaker on her song "Think U the Shit (Fart)" where she rapped: "I got my foot on they necks, I can't let up/ She all on the floor, told her get up."

In turn, Latto struck back at Ice Spice on "Sunday Service" when she rapped: "Think I'm the shit, bitch, I know it, ho/ Jesus walked on water, I got ice boilin' though."

The song includes other less obvious stabs at her contemporary including: "These bitches corny, soon as monkey see, then you know monkey do/ Do you rap or do you tweet?/ 'Cause I can't tell, get in the booth, bitch" and "I just want a one on one, don't know why she so nervous."

Latto also threatened a confrontation if she and Spice are booked on the same bill: "Every time y'all book me with them hoes, it's gon' be big drama."

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For her part, Ice Spice explained that "Think U the Shit (Fart)" was an "homage" to female rappers past and present - "even the bitches I'm beefing with."

However, Ice Spice later admitted that the song is indeed about Latto.

In March, it was revealed that the "Big Energy" star was set to make history as she becomes the first woman to ever headline Atlanta's Birthday Bash concert, hosted by Radio One station Hot 107.9 every summer.

She shared the news that she will headline the annual event with a video clip that sees her recreating a scene from her latest music video, while heading to the radio station wearing a shirt that reads.


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