After the city of Flint, Mich.'s water supply became severely contaminated, hip-hop artists have stepped up to help the residents survive. Diddy, Eminem and Wiz Khalifa are just a few rappers helping out.
50 Cent is on the warpath and he is straight gunning for Meek Mill. After the Philadelphia rapper threw shots at the G-Unit leader on “Give ‘Em Hope” from his just-released mixtape, '4/4,' Fiddy is obliterating Meek on his Instagram page.
It looks like Meek Mill doesn’t want to let go of his infamous rap feud with Drake that he started in 2015. And if this snippet is any indication, Meek is intent on firing more shots at Drizzy in 2016.
Although the Drake and Meek Mill feud is over, it appears that Funkmaster Flex is still feeling a little salty about how it all went down. The Hot 97 radio personality decided to throw a random shot at Drizzy during his DJ set at Jadakiss’ concert in New York on Saturday (Nov. 21).
The Drake and Meek Mill feud is far from over at least from a fan’s perspective. Since Drizzy turned 29 years old today (Oct. 24), his fans are trolling Mill’s Instagram page with birthday wishes to the Toronto rap star.
You would think Meek Mill understood that he wasn’t the victor in his rap battle against Drake, but it looks like he’s trying to diss the Toronto rhymer one more time. A clip has surfaced featuring audio of the Philly spitfire rapping over Drizzy’s “Back to Back” i…
Norm Kelly has absolutely no chill. The city councilman of Toronto, Canada is still throwing shots at Meek Mill weeks after his feud with Drake is over. The 74-year-old politician went on Twitter to poke fun at the Philly rhymer’s net worth.
Meek Mill may have some quick Twitter fingers but he's not too fond of the social media etiquette going down. The rapper is sounding off on Instagram about his disdain for certain comments, the "suckas" and Jay Z's wise words.
From Beyonce, who delivered a high-powered performance, to Meek Mill bringing out Nicki Minaj to Vic Mensa’s energetic set, take a look at the hottest moments of day one at the 2015 Made in America festival.