50 cent ” I should have Knicked Diddy out”



Recently Machine Gun Kelly was on the Breakfast Club when he was asked about 50 cent running up on Diddy and he confirmed it was trueLater on 50 All but confirmed that rumor on twitter

“@50cent u should a knocked diddy out lmaoooo,” tweeted a follower.

The rapper retweeted, “I know RT @50cent u shoulda knocked diddy out lmaoooo.”

What do you think? You think 50 would have punked Diddy?

Confirmed: 50 cent and Diddy had an altercation that nearly came to blows over a Comment about Floyd Mayweather



50 Cent at the 2009 American Music Awards Red ...


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I swear 50 cent was on one the night of the B.E.T/Hip Hop awards


First he buried the hatchet with Fat Joe so we thought it would be a peaceful night


However inside we hear 2 of the richest most successful  Black businessmen that we have  in the music business  were in each others face  about to come to blows.. According to My man  C  who was in attendance for the awards he also is a good friend of one of the Ciroc Boys  who were rolling with P Diddy that night. According to my source  Diddy and 50 cent were joking  around  and everything was fine but then Diddy made a comment about Floyd Mayweather “leaving” 50  or their bromance being over” and how Floyd punched 50 in the face,  50 did not find that funny   ” You a bitch ass nigga for  that comment’ 50 allegedly said ” you questioning my manhood? why don’t you punch me in the face”?  I was told everyone got real quiet because they did not know whether 50 was kidding or not  because ” they were just getting along”  When Diddy was making comments about 50 doing the same thing Jarule was doing” you can see 50 getting agitated but he brushed it off and came back with his “How does it feel to be Beyonce’? ” comments  referring to Diddy being the lead singer of Dirty Money. I heard Diddy brushed it off and they kept joking but when Diddy came with the Mayweather comments 50 allegedly  got really offended.Eventually Diddy realized where it was going and said  you know what  I got too much money and im much to grown to be out here fighting” Peace!!


They say these are the pictures  from that night  it is from Mediatakeout  so who knows?









Do you think 50 was wrong for overreacting  or was Diddy wrong for the comment





Full video Gunplay gets jumped by 50 cent and G unit

Gunplay MMG



You knew more footage was out there  well here it is. As You know Gunplay has been going around  radio stations and Blogsites claiming that 50 cent and his crew jumped him and he was trying to get to 50 but  he was hiding behind his security, well this footage shows a little something different. You be the judge

From what I hear Gunplay was talking reckless all night  and months leading up to the awards show. 50 went walking towards his trailer and saw the opportunity to get back at him  and that is what he did. You can hear Tony Yayo screaming Yeah N…a  Yeah N…a  and it was Yayo who allegedly snatched Gunplay’s MMG chain

Exclusive: Gunplay says 50 cent laid grown man hands on him and his chain got taken


Here is more. Gunplay the member of M.M.G that got jumped by G unit members have now said  that it was not Yayo or Banks it was actually 50 and his security  that jumped him. Gunplay called up The Breakfast Club in New York and set the record straight  and said “if it was Miami  50,jeezy and  the rest would have been laid out”


I give him props for being 100 but damn Gunplay come on dog you need your people  with you  you know how dudes get down these days



Rick Ross and Jeezy gets dissed at the Hip Hop awards show Black people blamed

Rick Ross

We have seen this before and it seems like  it will never end. Rick Ross& Young Jeezy got into an altercation inside the awards  meanwhile G Unit and Gunplay got into outside the awards   SMH

English: Young Jeezy performing in July 2005.

Breaking News: Shots fired at B.E.T/Hip Hop Awards fight Between Rick Ross and Jeezy

All I Really Want (Rick Ross song)

Young Jeezy - The Recession

This is why they pre tape this s**t cause  we just never learn.

A fight broke out backstage at the BET Hip Hop Awards tonight between Rick Ross and Young Jeezy that resulted in shots being fired .. sources at the awards tell TMZ.

According to our sources, Ross and Jeezy exchanged words backstage and started pushing and shoving each other. We’re told BET security and bodyguards for each of the rappers eventually separated the two.

Our sources on the scene say that after the fight had been broken up, a member of Rick Ross’ entourage pulled out a gun while in the parking lot and shots were fired. It is unclear if the man was arrested.

We’re told Jeezy and Ross are still at the awards, which are being taped tonight in Atlanta and air next month.


“Strong, Steppin’, Struttin’, Movin’ On/ Rhymin’, Cuttin’, And Not 4Getting’/ We Are The Ones To Give Birth 2 The New Generation Of Prophets/ ‘Cause It’s Ladies First.”- Monie Love.

Simone Wilson – aka  Monie Love, is an English MC and former radio personality in the United States. She is a well-respected figure in British hip hop, and made an impact with American hip hop audiences as a protégé of female American MC Queen Latifah, as well as through her membership in the late 1980s/early 1990s Native Tongues. Also, Monie was one of the first BritHop artists to be signed and distributed worldwide by a major record label.

Monie began her hip hop/BritHop career as an emcee in the British Jus Bad crew, which featured DJ Pogo, Sparki, and MC Mell’O‘. The group released the single “Free Style/Proud” on the independent Tuff Groove record label in 1988.

Mo first gained critical and commercial notice in the United States in 1989 for her cameos in Queen Latifah‘s Grammy Award-winning and pro-woman single “Ladies First,” in the Jungle Brothers‘ well-received single “Doin’ Our Own Dang,” and in De La Soul’s hit single “Buddy.” The acclaim led her to a recording contract with Warner Brother’s Records, making Love one of the few British hip-hop efforts released by a major label. She also has a place in Hip-Hop history as a member of the Native Tongues, a positive-minded hip-hop collective that included Queen Latifah, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, the Jungle Brothers, and a number of other acts. Her versatility was demonstrated with her involvement in the emerging popularity of House music, with her own single Grandpa’s Party as well as providing rap for the The Dancin’ David D Remix of Adeva’s house hit Respect.

Monie’s debut album, Down To Earth, spawned two, Grammy-nominated hits, “Monie in the Middle” high school-set track dealing with a woman’s right to determine what she wants out of a relationship and “It’s a Shame (My Sister)” The Spinners’ “It’s a Shame” written for the band by Stevie Wonder and featured house-music vocalist and then-labelmate Ultra Naté. The album reached #26 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

Mo was featured on her brother Dave Angel‘s remix of Whitney Houston’s R&B hit “My Name Is Not Susan” in 1991, and appeared in the music video alongside Houston. Love’s 1992 single, “Full-Term Love,” from the Class Act movie soundtrack, reached #7 on the Hot Hip-Hop Singles chart.

Monie collaborated with Marley Marl on her second album, In a Word or 2 (1993), which featured the Prince-produced single “Born To B.R.E.E.D.” (which reached #1 on the Hot Dance Music chart and #7 on the Hot Rap Singles chart), as well as a re-release of “Full-Term Love.” The same year, Prince asked her to write lyrics for a few songs on a side-project, Carmen Electra‘s eponymous album, Carmen Electra.

Mo’s last musical release was the EP “Slice of Da Pie” in 2000.

From 2004 until the week of December 11, 2006, Monie was the morning drive host on Philadelphia’s WPHI-FM 100.3. The 22 of December 2006 edition of the Philadelphia Daily News confirmed that Mo left WPHI-FM on amicable terms after contract negotiations stalled. Monie’s departure from WPHI followed soon after her December 2006 interview with Young Jeezy, where the two argued over whether hip hop is dead.

Monie is also an Official MySpace.com DJ, according to her MySpace page. She currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is the single mother to four children. Currently, she has a radio show on called Ladies First Radio with Monie Love. It airs Thursdays 6PM ET and Sundays 8PM ET.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

BET’s Top 10 Rappers Of The 21st Century.

After much debate & deliberating  BET released it’s list of The” Top 10 Rappers of The 21st Century.” Comprised of Rappers who have made their debut on the music scene as of 1999, the “Supreme Court” deciding panel consisted of: Jermaine Dupri (Producer – ATL); Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur (AllHipHop.com); Boy 1da (Producer); DJ Diamond Kuts (Power 99 FM – Philadelphia); DJ Greg Street (V103 – ATL); Tony Neal (CEO, Core DJs);  DJ Timbuck2 (107.5 WGCI – Chicago); Chloe Hilliard (Managing Editor/Social Media Manager, Vibe Magazine – NYC); and DJ Vlad (VladTV.com – NYC).

Personally, I’m wondering why Game, Fabolous, Nelly weren’t included. Not too mention not a female MC on the list, i.e. Eve. At any rate, here is the list:

1)  Eminem
2)  Lil’ Wayne
3)  Kanye West
4)  50 Cent
5)  T.I.
6)  Ludacris
7)  Drake
8)  Young Jeezy
9)  Jadakiss
10) Rick Ross

And might I add that Drake has ONLY been around for all of 30 Seconds, therefore making him undeserving to be on this list, but …

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.