Ja Rule Responds To 50 Cent Clowning Him, Boosie Reacts To Donald Trump’s Arrest 

(L) WE TV's "Hip Hop Homicides" New York Premiere (R) Ja Rule attends the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center on September 12, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City
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The Wrap Up with L’Orèal Luchi, keeping you informed on everything that happened in hip hop culture this week: 

Young Thug:

Young Thug said his final goodbye to his sister, Angela Grier, who passed away in March. He was temporarily allowed to leave prison to attend her private viewing at Gus Thornhill’s Chapel in Atlanta. The cause of death is unknown, but we are sending condolences to the family. As far as Young Thug’s YSL trial, jury selection is underway.

Daz Dillinger:

Daz Dillinger claims Jay Z once used his lyrics while writing the classic 1999 track, “Still D.R.E.” During an interview, Daz says his own lyrics from his song, “Serial Killa” inspired Jay Z on “Still D.R.E.” Daz says he tried to handle the matter professionally, but was met with resistance and the threat of legal action.

50 Cent x Ja Rule:

Every so often, the 50 Cent and Ja Rule beef gets sparked up again. This go around, 50 Cent and the Minnestota Timberwolves poked fun at Ja Rule over his infamous 2019 halftime performance, and at the time, Ja Rule responded and said “You just jinx yourself talking to the GOD this way… you’re CURSED NOW!!!” 

Fast forward to now, 50 cent has a new partnership with the basketball team, and they trolled Ja Rule together. The team and Fif joked that his new deal with the sports team will break “the curse.”

Boosie x Donald Trump:

Former President Donald Trump was indicted by a grand jury for falsifying business records. Trump is accused of paying adult film star Stormy Daniels hush money after an alleged affair in late 2016, days before the presidential election. Boosie reacted and Piles also chimed in and in a separate post.

Jay Z:

Jay Z holds the crown as the only rapper listed on Forbes 2023 world’s billionaire’s list with a net worth of $2.5 billion! He’s tied with Oprah Winfrey. Hov became hip hops first billionaire in 2019, huge congratulations! 

Tina “Over You:”

Our very own Bobby Konders, Massive B, dropped a new song with TINA formerly Hood Celebrityy, called “Over You.” Check it out.