Drake Catches Heat Over Megan Thee Stallion Dis In New Song, Celebs Rally Around Megan

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The Wrap Up with L’Orèal Luchi, keeping you informed on everything that happened in hip hop culture this week:

Dr. Miami x Drake:

Dr. Miami is riding with Megan Thee Stallion. After Drake and 21 Savage dropped Her Loss, the track Circo Loco, caught heat after Drake seemingly dissed Megan Thee Stallion. Some fans say Drizzy was being clever with his words, others, like Dr. Miami feel it was a direct diss. The celebrity surgeon trolled Drake on Tik Tok and fueled rumors that Drake had lipo done. 


It’s been nearly two weeks since we lost Takeoff. His homegoing service goes down on Nov 11 at the State Farm Arena, home of the Atlanta Falcons. It was open to the public; tickets were sold out. Justin Bieber and Alicia keys will perform. We continue to send love to Takeoff, his family, the Migos, the entire QC, and his fans. 


Adidas announced the company plans on selling Yeezys, but with a different name in 2023. Adidas reportedly emphasized to their shareholders that the company remains the sole owner of the core designs of the current Yeezys in circulation. They feel they have every right to keep selling them. It’s not clear what the new name will be. Since ending the partnership with Kanye over his Anti-Semitic comments, Adidas said they expect to lose up to half a billion dollars in annual revenue. 


Did DaBaby fall off? This week, social media dragged him after it was announced he was selling his concert tickets for buy one get one free. DaBaby responded to the jokes with a funny video. Critics say he fell off since he spread misinformation about HIV & AIDS at Rolling Loud last year. This year, he canceled a show due to low tickets sales, and his album, Baby on Baby 2, only debuted at No. 34 on the Billboard 200 chart; DaBaby says he’s being “blackballed,” what do you think?

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg’s blunt roller said Snoop smokes up to 100 blunts daily. Unk Snoop refuted those claims and said, “F*ck I’m gonna smoke all that weed in one day. What am I, a f*ckin’ machine? “

Snoop has some exciting news; he’s finally getting his first biopic, developed by Universal Pictures and Snoop’s Death Row Pictures. Black Panther co-writer Joe Robert Cole will write the film, and Allen Hughes, who directed the 1993 classic movie “Menace II Society,” will direct it. No release date yet.

Coi Leray:

Coi Leray cooked up a new ladies anthem using the sample of Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five’s 1982 classic hit “The Message.” It sounds like a banger; check it out right now on the brand new hot 97 app.