Drake was not the only one left feeling some type of way after he was allegedly punched in the face by Diddy in Miami last December. The scuffle has left Drizzy’s mentor, Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince, feeling uneasy and though he is not a rapper he entered the booth to issue warnings to those who have disrespected him.
On “Courtesy Call,” Prince tells Diddy that now that he has laid hands on Drake that it “open the doors for his family to be touched.” He had also had some words for Suge Knight, whom he called Sugar Bear, who mentioned Drake during a chat about Lil’ Wayne a few months ago.
It doesn’t look like Suge is going to be able to walk away from trouble this time around. He was recently released from the hospital after suffering from what we originally thought was a panic attack during his last court case, but later found out he fell suddenly ill due to a blood clot.
The 911 call that was made after witnesses saw the former Death Row Records CEO run over 2 people with his car has been released to the public.
New York Daily News Reports:
A witness to the fatal hit-and-run involving Marion (Suge) Knight made a breathless call to 911 after taking photos and trying to follow the co-founder of Death Row Records as he fled the scene, a new recording obtained by the Daily News reveals.
The unidentified female caller frantically dialed 911 after passing by Tam’s Burgers in Compton, Calif., Thursday afternoon and seeing the alleged murder and attempted murder in progress, according to the exclusive audio.
“This car ran over two guys. They were fighting and then, um, he just pulled back and pulled forward and run them over,” the distressed female caller told the operator.
Suge Knight has been charged for murder & if convicted, will sit down for a life sentence. He pleads not guilty to all charges. Listen below to the 911 call.
Master P, Lil Wayne and Money Mafia team up on a historical moment with a Monster Club Banger, Fans are excited all across the world. The New Orleans Natives take it back to the swamp. No Limit and Young Money together on a track is HISTORY. This is the Most anticipated collaboration of the year, the ICE CREAM man is back it at it. This single “Power” is from the Money Mafia Album- ” We All We Got”
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MASTER P Feat. LiL WAYNE, GANGSTA AND ACE B – “POWER”
Music Produced by BlaqnMild
All I want is power, get this get this money by the hour man,
the power the power the power, all I want is the power
this power, all I want is power, money bring me the power.
All I want is power, money and the power,
Money Mafia middle finger to you cowards,
her pussy got power that’s a different kind of power,
nigga work his ass off to get a million fuckin dollars (2X)
Aint no body gave me naythin, I started with a dream
nigga call me Benson, the way I put together this team
we all came from the struggle, but I came from the cream
they say the cream rise to the top, motherfucker what you mean
I took my daddy out the brick, bought my grandma that new house
every body that I left nigga they didn’t want out
so I did it on my own I don’t owe no body shit
im a hood nigga but im muthafuckin rich
and Im ridin around in that Rolls Royce cuz I made it
and this family shit done got crazy
for a million dollars your friends will change
you might lose your fuckin old lady
and it aint no limt to us gettin paper
nigga work hard middle finger to you haters y’all cant stop us
Yeah , tunchi, yeah , yeah , mullah baby, ugh
I got all this power, I got all this powder,
plus I got all these downers, I got heavy fire power
I put the pow in power, split your avocado
hair trigger Pollomalo,
im the first to find out the last to know
im the shit on the bathroom floor
used to sell fake crack for soap
they don’t make soap like that no more
you live by the gavel or by the gun, find out you tattle,
we chop your tongue and mail that bitch to yo mama house,
with a note sayin we got your son,
I’m a beast in these streets nigga say that then, I just did
well say that again, I’m a beast in these streets
nigga gloc 40 on fleek nigga blood gang bitch
respect the powers that be niggga ahhhhhhh
Listen!!! I got street money I drive fast cars,
my 71 cutlass look like a Nascar
I got army guns I tote pocket monsters I run the hood
cause I control the yungsters.
Boy I chase paper not pussy I been gettin it in
you cant over look me
I’m mobbed up the whole squad tough No limit money mafia
we get it, we get it
these niggas is hattin we jump in the ghost be gone
nigga we on, play games and its on one call and u gone
Damn. Supremely bad news for the family, friends, and fans as just announced is Bobby Shmurda Bail Revoked, Will Remain in Prison. “We are working on a more viable package” says his newest attorney Kenneth J. Montgomery. What’s really going on???
Bobby Shmurda Bail Revoked, Will Remain in Prison as his recent bail package has been withdrawn by courts and the $2 million that WAS posted–has since been pulled earlier today. (Where they do that?!)…this is after last week’s reports of Shmurda’s bail being posted by the “celebrity bail bondsman” Ira Judelson. Kenneth J. Montgomery said then–“due to a 72 hour surety, the package would have to be secured by the government. If approved he is released. Is not a hearing would be rescheduled to litigate any issues.”
But that’s not even the case anymore. Bobby Shmurda Bail Revoked, Will Remain in Prison, the suretor is confirmed to have pulled out, and Shmurda’s lawyer confirms the bail is on hold. According to his lawyer the math behind this move is as follows:
“We’re trying to do a new bond application and are in the process of figuring that out,” he said. “We’re hoping to get it done within the next week.”
…damn. Hopefully that’s really the case, because so far it seems every week is something new (SMH). Bobby Shmurda Bail Revoked, Will Remain in Prison and he and the GS9 remain in jail on 101 counts of conspiracy, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of weapons, and further results of an expansive narcotics operation.
Do you buy the “next week” rationale or do you feel like it’s beyond a #TeamTooMuch situation??? Check the vid!
The Dipset reunion is really happening. After giving us Have My Money last week, Cam’ron and Jim Jones hop on Puff Daddy’s classic Victory instrumental for this new diss record aimed at Jay Z. The subliminal shots stem from Flex’s recent rant on Hov’s Life + Times website for allegedly stealing his ideas (that audio can be heard below). A new Dipset mixtape is on the way!
Listen to the diss record below.
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Tonight Lil Wayne dropped an “sorry my album’s not out” apology note in the form of a new mixtape, and as is so often the case with Weezy these days, the project’s highlight features Drake. Used To is an outright banger that brings to mind Worst Behavior, with Drizzy taking the wheel, handling first verse and hook duties and Wayne closing out the festivities with some typically wild vocals. Oh, and did I mention the Riff Raff ab-libs? That’s a thing that happens too. There was once a time when Drake needed Wayne to make a song a hit – oh how have times have changed.