New Orleans rap legend C-Murder suprised everyone with a snippet of a diss track coming at ATL rapper 2 Chainz, calling the G.O.O.D. Music representative a “ho” and says he is the originator of the “TRU” movement.
On the cover art, C Murder played off of previous 2 Chainz albums. The art now features red ink crossing out the words “Tru,” writing above the crossed out title “Not”. The incarcerated No Limit soldier has it out for the ATL rapper, saying,
“I made this Tru sh*t 2 Chainz, f*ck you n*gga, pu*ssy ass n*gga..”
The principal of an Atlanta high school is under fire after unleashing racially charged comments at a graduation ceremony this Friday.
Nancy Gordeuk, who is also the founder of TNT Academy, took to the podium after realizing that she had accidentally cut the ceremonies short before the valedictorian could make his speech.
Gordeuk initially apologized for the confusion and asked people who were exiting the hall to return. Clearly losing patience from her inability to control the crowd, she then angrily referred to someone as a “coward” and began to berate the audience.
“You people are being so rude to not listen to this speech. It was my fault that we missed it in the program. Look who’s leaving — all the black people!” she said, prompting an angry response from the audience, even causing some on the stage to get up and leave.
TNT Academy is a “nontraditional educational center” in the predominantly African American city of Stone Mountain.
Tiny Harris Drops a big record and Bombay Hott Radio love it. Song goes back to the pure R&B Vibe of the 90’s that is missing today.
T.I. spoke with MTV about Tiny’s single. When the Atlanta rapper was first asked about “What The F**k You Gon Do?” he replied by saying he had “no reaction” to the track and called it “comedy.”
The Hustle Gang boss did reveal that Tiny asked him if he wanted to review the song before it was released, but Tip said he decided to experience hearing the single with the rest of the general public. He now thinks the audience’s reaction to “What The F**k You Gon Do?” has been positive.
“I’ve been hearing very very good things about it, [from] people in the community, just saying that it’s a lot better than the stuff they’ve been hearing lately — so that’s good,” added Tip. “[Tiny] kinda has her own ideas about business so I stay out of it.”
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