“Who Run It” season continues with the official studio version of G Herbo's updated take on the Three 6 Mafia classic. As previously teased, Lil Uzi Vert uses his portion of the barnburner to go all the way off.
Your shit weak, tryna compare us or somethin'
What I made last week? Like a million or somethin'
Rich, mad 'cause your bitch ate my kids or somethin'
Man, I could fuck your wife like you sharin' or somethin'
The line about Rich's wife is likely in reference to a recent report that she filed for divorce from the rapper. It was alleged that Rich cheated on his wife with Blac Chyna and India Love.
Just last month, Rich was convinced that his Uzi-mocking “Dead Friends” wouldn't get a response from the Master of 666 at all. “I doubt it,” Rich toldRap-Up. “Not on a music level. I'm not really looking for him to respond. It really ain't no disrespect. He was talking on Twitter.”
Stream Herbo and Uzi's “Who Run It” remix below via Apple Music or grab it on iTunes.
The official “Who Run It” stream arrives at the perfect time, as there's clearly something major afoot in the Uziverse. As I wrote about Wednesday whilst unforgivably missing an obvious Mike Jones reference, Uzi’s Instagram has purportedly been taken over by a variety of people who aren’t Uzi after some login info (allegedly) found its way onto a brothel’s bathroom wall.
The latest post sees Uzi in a contemplative mood in front of a tent, with the caption—supposedly not written by Uzi—taking aim at Uzi’s “bosses” for not letting him drop new music. “Thank me later Uzi I'm leakin' songs for your fans,” the caption promised.
Blac Chyna is no stranger to controversy. Whether she’s exposing Tyga on Snapchat or mocking Kylie Jenner’s lip injections on Instagram, Chyna is always up to something. Here are some of Blac Chyna’s most controversial social media moments.
Rob Kardashian is fed up with Blac Chyna, again. Over the weekend Chyna decided to attack a woman with Dream’s stroller while at Six Flags and that was, apparently, the final straw. TMZ reports that Rob has decided to take Chyna back to family court.
Rob and his lawyers are reportedly going to file legal documents to ask for a hearing. In the hearing, they hope to set legal rules for what Chyna can and cannot do when Dream is in her presence.
Kardashian is not only concerned about the social media star’s behavior, but who she brings around Dream. Chyna recently procured 18-year-old YBN Almighty Jay as her new bae. Rob reportedly wants to come to an agreement in court where neither parent can introduce a new boyfriend or girlfriend into Dream's life unless the relationship is more than six months long. He also plans to ask for a reduction in the $20,000 a month he pays to Chyna for child support. They currently share 50/50 joint custody over Dream.
Video of Blac Chyna starting a fight at Six Flags surfaced over the weekend. In the video, Chyna is seen lashing out with Dream’s stroller after a woman reportedly touched her daughter. On her Instagram story, Chyna responded to the footage.
“Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story,” she writes. “I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and Dreams Mommy.”
As TMZ points out, a video of Blac Chyna at Six Flags Magic Mountain has surfaced online, and it doesn't exactly paint a pretty picture. While at the theme park with her daughter Dream, Chyna was spotted attempting to start a fight of some sorts, and her use of weapon is interesting to say the least.
Twitter user @AliciaaAngiee managed to capture numerous videos of Chyna lashing out at an unidentified person, attempting to use her daughter's stroller as a weapon.
On her Instagram story, Chyna has responded to the video. “Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story,” he writes. “I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and Dreams Mommy.”
TMZ says one of the women fighting in the third video is one of Chyna's friends, assumedly attacking whoever provoked Chyna and her team. Chyna's daughter is nowhere to be seen in the video.
Nearly two weeks after Tyga's L.A. based Last Kings flagship store was broken into, authorities have tallied up the value of the stolen merchandise. Turns out it was a shade over $53,000 that the store lost ($53,150 to be exact), according to TMZ.
Of the $53,150 in pilfered goods, roughly 50,000 dollars worth came from stolen clothes. As for the rest of the damages: $800 for a flat screen TV, a $500 iPad, part of a security system that was valued at $1,600, and a $250 safe that was empty.
Law enforcement officials also detailed the method with which the thieves likely pulled off their crime, as they figured that they forced their way in through a pried open backdoor either late Friday night or early Saturday morning. The police are also yet to narrow in on any suspects, though they did add that they haven't ruled it out as an inside job.
While you make think losing $53k isn't the end of the world, the burglary comes just three months after Tyga made a settlement with a former business partner that has increased to more than $2 million. This all comes just a few months after his ex, Blac Chyna, called him out on Snapchat for not making child support payments for their son. At some point it's really going to start making a dent. So please return the goods if you stole them.
In celebration of the record’s seventh anniversary, The Pinkprint rapper reflected on her iconic verse and what it meant to collaborate with some of the biggest names in hip-hop. Nicki also mentioned the time she had to convince Kanye West to keep “Monster” on MBDTF, after he expressed his hesitation.
“Kanye called me to tell me Jay put a verse on this song & that he was still deciding if he would put it on his album,” she wrote on Instagram. “Haha. It was like an hour long call where I tried to convince him to let the song stay on his album. He felt this verse would end up being the talk of the album. I said: YOU’RE KANYE WEST!!!!”
She also admitted there was a minor disagreement when it came to her signature growl. Kanye wanted more, while Nicki feared it would be “overkill.”
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“Monster” debuted Sept. 21, 2010, on Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Friday music program; however, it didn’t get an official release until Oct. 23, about a month before MBDTF dropped. The song went on to receive a platinum certification as well as plenty of critical praise, with many people applauding Nicki as the track's standout. Pretty impressive considering she was featured alongside Jay Z, Rick Ross, and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver.