“King of diss” is on it again. 50 Cent releases a new single dissing Lil Wayne this time, his love for skateboarding and tight pants. Ouch!
“Actin’ like a white boy,bored/Now you trying to jump a flight of stairs on a skateboard/N***a, why the f**k your pants so tight?/You tryin’ to show n***as your a**, your alternative life?”
But Fifty, doesn’t stop there and slams The Game in the next verse.
“You said you was gonna see me when your homie got shot / It’s been a while so I’m guessin’ you must’ve forgot / Once again you forget, ain’t this some shit? You forgot about me, b**ch I wrote your hits.”
Well, listen to the track below and tell us what you think?
Designed by Spanish architect Luis de Garrido, the glass dome-shaped house is completely energy and water self-sufficient and features an amazing indoor landscaped terrace and also shaped like an eye of ancient Egyptian deity, Horus. The house is located on the Isle of Cleopatra in Turkey. According to reports, the architect was given an unlimited budget to create one of the most unique green homes ever built. Green features include: photovoltaic panels, geothermal heating, and a rainwater harvesting system. This a 25 bedroom home with hall for parties, constant flow of light and beautiful natural surroundings. More than that the house itself provides water and electricity so if there’s an environmental catastrophe, the owners of the house do not have to worry about it.
But yeah, back to the owners..as you already guessed, the house wasn’t just built for sale. In fact it was an idea of a Russian billionaire, Vladislav Doronin, to build this house as a birthday gift to his girlfriend – Naomi Campbell. That’s one hell of a birthday gift we have to say…jump inside to peep more photos of the house. It looks out-of-this-world amazing.
Black leather is becoming more and more popular again. This week already few of our favorites were spotted rocking black leather outfits. Check out the pictures below. Who rocked it better and are you feeling the black leather trend?
Ciara was spotted in all-black outfit while attending Barbara Bui Ready to Wear Spring / Summer 2012 show during Paris Fashion Week at Hotel Ritz yesterday.
Keri Hilson rocked her black leather dress exposing her bra with pair of Louboutins that completed the look also in Paris last night.
Confident and fresh, Weezy covers the upcoming October/November issue of Vibe magazine where he talks about competitions between music artists and Jay-Z.
“There’s no competition [with any artists]. Music isn’t about competition no more,” – says Lil Wayne. “All the gangster rappers are happy, all the skateboard rappers are happy, all the white rappers are happy… Everybody just happy to do music these days. There are no problems. That shit died a long time ago with them old-ass rappers. We are just making music, making money and having fun feeding our families. Competition is for the old guys.I don’t look at it like that. Drake is my artist. If he wasn’t my artist, then yeah maybe. But that’s my artist. He’s not [just] a friend. We’re more than friends. It’s business. It would be impossible for it to be a competition. I mean, I’m the guy’s boss.
This sounds very positive and guess this is why he was so sure that there wouldn’t be any repercussions for his latest diss on Hov:
“Mother of Hip Hop” and a legend of hip hop community, Sylvia Robinson, died this morning of congestive heart failure at Meadowlands Hospital in New Jersey. She was 75 years old. Sylvia Robinson got her title “Mother of Hip Hop” since she produced the first rap song in history to hit the mainstream airwaves, “Rapper’s Delight” by Sugar Hill Gang. She was a singer ["Pillow Talk"], producer and co-founder of Sugar Hill Records along with her husband. She was also one of the first people to use “sampling” method as Sugar Hill Gang sampled the breakdown of “Good Times” by Chic in “Rapper’s Delight.”
She was recently mentioned in a popular book “Tanning Of America” by Steve Stoute who said:
“I hope the world remembers Sylvia Robinson as a pioneer and innovator that, because of her contribution to society, a culture was born and a generation was raised.”