Joe Budden Fires Back at Chance the Rapper on ‘Everyday Struggle’

On today's Everyday Struggle, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska run through the day of rap news that includes YG asking for more credit in light of Eminem going at Donald Trump. The crew also break down Rick Ross' very direct shots at Birdman over the Lil Wayne situation and debate whether Rozay is overstepping his boundaries. Budden also responds to Chance the Rapper and shares some facts for the Chicago MC. 

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Is Lonzo Ball’s Trainer Trolling Nas With This Photoshopped T-Shirt?

The Lonzo Ball and Nas saga continues.

A photo of Ball's manager/trainer Darren Moore wearing a T-shirt with a Photoshopped version of Nas' 1996 album It Was Written with Ball's face on the cover rather than Nas' face has surfaced. Lonzo posted the picture, which includes fellow Lakers star Brandon Ingram and others, to Instagram on Wednesday night with the caption “H8FUL 8️⃣ .” 

 

H8FUL 8️⃣

A post shared by Lonzo Ball (@zo) on Oct 11, 2017 at 5:22pm PDT

Nas and Lonzo haven't been on the best of terms since the 19-year-old made some disparaging comments about the legendary Queens MC. It all started when the season premiere of Ball in the Family aired. In it, Ball said, “Y’all outdated, man. Don’t nobody listen to Nas anymore…Real hip-hop is Migos, Future.”

The comment, understandably, didn't sit well with many rap fans.

Even philosopher and critical race theorist Lil B threatened to curse Lonzo for his Nas remarks. 

Shortly after Lonzo made the comments about Nas not being relevant anymore, Nas' manager fired back on Twitter, saying that Nas has no idea who Lonzo even is. 

But who knows? If Lonzo—who has been dropping rap songs left and right lately—keeps this up, the “beef” between him and Nas might end up spilling over onto some tracks. At this point, would you even be surprised?

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Watch Kevin Durant Take on the Hot Ones Challenge

Last week, Kevin Durant invited Sean Evans to the YouTube Space in L.A. for a special livestream featuring some of his favorite YT creators. For those who missed it or want to relive the action, here's our version of the Hot Ones interview—now with more bomb drops! As he marches through the wings of death, KD opens up about his rap dreams, Twitter clapbacks, and the one NBA player he'll never take style advise from. 

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