In this clip we wax philosophically about Rick Ross sharing his thoughts on 50 Cent: ‘I’m the Biggest L He Ever Took’.

The Miami MC also weighed in on his beef with 50 Cent, who recently filed a $2 million lawsuit against Ross for remixing his breakout hit “In Da Club” for his #RenzelRemixes mixtape.

“At this point, my relationship with Curtis is really amusing, due to the fact that I’m the biggest L he ever took,” he said. “I’m still enjoying life. My kids love me. I’m blessed.”

“And when it comes to Curtis, it’s just unfortunate,” he continues. “I’m not happy that his boxing company went under. I’m not happy that his clothing company went under. I’m not happy his record label went under. I’m not happy that he went bankrupt. I’m not happy that he doesn’t have a relationship with his son. That’s not something to be happy about. But to see him parading around, still able to hold his head up every day, with all of that weighing on him – that makes me happy. I admire him for being able to hold his head up in a city that has revoked all of his passes. We’ve had a quite enjoyable past, and I still smile when I see him.”

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In this clip we wax philosophically about Meek Mill dissing Drake & 50 Cent On Surprise “4 – 4” EP.

The general consensus amongst the Hip Hop community is that Meek Mill has a lot of ground to make up for after the 2015 he recently endured.

The MMG lieutenant apparently has taken heed to the unsolicited advice evidenced from the surprise release of his new EP, 4-4.

Over the course of four tracks, the Philly rhymer blitzes through the bass-heavy production with the staccato lyricism he’s renown for. He also found time to send shots at his arch-nemesis on the song “I’m the Plug Freestyle” where he answers the infamous “Back to Back” line with coldhearted libel like, “Was that my girl tour or the world tour?/I do not know what you pussy niggas going for / This that 100k a night when you perform tour/Swimming in that good pussy while you on tour.”

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In this clip we wax philosophically about Chloe Goins releasing “Bill Cosby: Diss-Record”

Actor/comedian Bill Cosby is at the center of a diss record released by one of his accusers. reports that 25-year-old Chloe Goins, who goes by the rap name Chlo-Chlo, has released “Bill Cosby: Diss-Record.”

Goins, who unsuccessfully attempted to file a case against Cosby after he allegedly sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008, takes aim at the former “The Cosby Show” star on her record.

On the song, she asks “What you gon’ do Bill, poppin’ pills on the girls when they come through?”

Goins also speaks on Cosby’s other alleged victims as she raps: “You’ll keep getting protested and booed at ya shows / It’s a trip, you kept on for all these years / Too bad your victims were women with voices to hear / It’s not going away it’s time to face the facts, I can guarantee that you’ll never make a comeback.”

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In this clip we wax philosophically about Michonne from ‘The Walking Dead’ playing Afeni Shakur in the Tupac Biopic.

The once troubled Tupac Shakur biopic just landed The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira (Michonne) for one of the film’s most pivotal roles, Afeni Shakur. Gurira will join the “already underway” All Eyez on Me in Atlanta shortly, Deadline reports. Afeni, Tupac’s mother, is widely known as a respected political activist and is considered instrumental in her son’s eventual status as a modern poet.

As previously reported, All Eyez on Me also stars Demetrius Shipp, Jr. as Tupac and Jamal Woolard as Notorious B.I.G., reprising his performance from the 2009 biopic Notorious. Described as “the keeper of the flame” on her son’s estate, Afeni Shakur takes an executive producer title for the project.

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In this clip we wax philosophically about Donald Glover’s new Series “Atlanta”.

Donald Glover is back on TV, but he’s a long way from (his former) home.

The former Community star created, exec produces and stars in FX’s new half-hour comedy Atlanta. The series centers on Earnest “Earn” Marks (Glover) a loner who returns to his hometown of Atlanta to try to make ends meet before being drawn into the rap scene when his cousin suddenly skyrockets to stardom.

“I just always wanted to make Twin Peaks with rappers,” Glover joked to reporters Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

Atlanta marks Glover’s return to TV following Community, on which he starred for five seasons. In the time in between, Glover headlined a semi-autobiographical comedy for NBC in 2012 that was never picked up and also launched a successful rap career under the name Childish Gambino.

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In this clip we wax philosophically about a Day care teacher who is facing decades-long prison sentence after ‘baby fight club’ conviction.

A Virginia woman was convicted on more than a dozen criminal charges related to abuse at a day care center where she taught. As well as committing other types of abuse, she forced toddlers under her care to fight each other.
A judge convicted Sarah Jordan of seven felony counts and six misdemeanor counts on Wednesday. Charges included assault and battery and child cruelty. She was found not guilty on four counts. Twenty more were dismissed by the judge, as prosecutors failed to prove that they had happened before the statutes of limitations expired.

The children under the 31-year-old’s care were between the ages of one and two. The traumatizing abuse happened over an eight-month period in 2013.

One prosecutor said in her closing arguments that the environment cultivated by Jordan was “almost creating like a baby fight club,” doing great psychological damage to the toddlers involved.

Upon hearing the guilty verdict, parents of the affected children were overcome with emotion.

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In this we wax philosophically about the stoner sloth anti-marijuana campaign going viral for all the wrong reasons.

“DRUGS are bad, mmkay?”
That’s the message of the NSW state government’s new anti-pot social media campaign, but it’s turned out to be an epic fail.
The bizarre #stonersloth campaign features male and female version of hairy sloth-headed teenager, too incapacitated by the wacky weed to participate fruitfully in school, social and family life.
While sitting a class test, hanging at a backyard party and sitting at the family dinner table, these drug-affected creatures communicate only in feeble grunts and moans, unable to write a single word on a test paper, converse with their peers or even fulfil a request to pass the salt.
Their schoolmates, siblings and friends shake their heads in disgust and mutter: “stoner sloth.”
“You’re worse on weed”, the tagline reads.

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In this clip we wax philosophically about the 911 Operator who missed an  Emergency Call because she was ordering pizza.

A 911 operator in Broward County is accused of missing a call involving a man who fainted while she ordered her lunch.
Francis Francois, a Broward emergency operator, was on the job in September placing her lunch order and apparently for co-workers too.

Meanwhile, at the Clearsight Opticians in Fort Lauderdale, a man had fainted and the workers inside called 911 but got not response and no call back.
“He started to convulse, had a seizure, fell out of the exam chair,” Clearsight’s Jared Goodman said. “I thought there would be more than one person answering the phone. I can’t believe there is just the one lady.”
NBC 6 tried to contact Francois Friday but was unable to reach her.

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