Tag: Thursday April

50 Cent Slams Irv Gotti For Saying DMX Overdose on Crack Cocaine & Fentanyl

50 Cent is calling Irv Gotti an idiot for saying DMX died from crack cocaine and fentanyl overdose. Irv Gotti has recently found himself on the wrong side of fans after an outlandishly made claim that DMX died from a ‘bad dose’ of crack mixed with fentanyl. The record executive has apparently disturbed famous foe 50 Cent, who took to Instagram on Thursday (April 29) to attack Gotti for the statement he made a few days ago. The “Many Men” rapper reposted a snippet of Irv Gotti’s recent interview where he said, “They said it was a bad dose of crack and they said some drug, fentanyl was mixed in the crack and that’s what made him overdose.” It’s not certain whether 50 Cent is upset that the producer addressed questions of DMX’s death...

Yung Bleu Reveals He Might Be The Artist With The Last DMX Feature

Yung Bleu came under fire from fans accusing him of clout-chasing after reports surfaced of DMX passing away. Legendary rapper DMX has sadly passed after being on life support for the last week in which time he never regained any brain function. Unfortunately, before his actual demise, a hoax about his death got started on Thursday (April 8) when comedian Luenell claimed the rapper had been taken off life support when she posted a premature RI.P message online. DMX’s manager, Steve Rifkind confirmed that the rapper was still alive at the time but not before R.I.P messages came pouring in on social media and even started trending on Twitter. While the misinformation was circulating online, rapper Yung Bleu took the opportunity to announce that he might have the last DMX feature in the...

Popcaan Told PM Andrew Holness To Invest “Your money into dancehall music”

Popcaan added an interesting twist to the ongoing discussion of Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness blaming dancehall for crimes in the country. In an early morning tweet on Thursday (April 8), Popcaan told PM Holness to invest some of his own money into dancehall music. His statement comes after PM Holness says that he’s the first Jamaican Prime Minister to openly embraced and support dancehall music. Still, his recent statement triggered a backlash not only from entertainers but also from fans, a lot of whom have voted for him in past elections. “Good morning mr prime minister, invest some of your money into dancehall music, Embrace it for a year!!!! you’ll never regret your investment,” Popcaan tweeted. While it’s very unlikely that the Prime Minister wil...