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Lil Mosey – BB Saggin Lyrics

[Intro]
Ooh, ooh
Yeah
Yeah, yeah
Yeah

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Verse 1]
Hop in my whip across the border, and they didn’t stop me
And my nigga on probation and I have my glocky
I miss my brother Kari, he said don’t let no one stop me
I just met your bitch, and she said she wanna top me
I just one four six, and I’m coolin
Nigga you are lame, what you doin’?
With a bad bitch, and she movin’
We got pleasant club, that’s for shootin’

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Verse 2]
I just hit a lick, my bank maxed out, oh
Tossin’ and the city got packed out, uh
I just faced three woods, I might pass out
And that bitch she want me ’cause she seen I brought my racks out, uh
I just seen a thot, she in my hotel lobby
Ask me why I’m here, I say, “money is my hobby”
She don’t ask no questions, she goes straight to some sloppy
Pulled off in the beamer, and I met another thottie

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Outro]
(Skrrt, skrrt)

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Lil Mosey – BB Saggin Lyrics

[Intro]
Ooh, ooh
Yeah
Yeah, yeah
Yeah

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Verse 1]
Hop in my whip across the border, and they didn’t stop me
And my nigga on probation and I have my glocky
I miss my brother Kari, he said don’t let no one stop me
I just met your bitch, and she said she wanna top me
I just one four six, and I’m coolin
Nigga you are lame, what you doin’?
With a bad bitch, and she movin’
We got pleasant club, that’s for shootin’

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Verse 2]
I just hit a lick, my bank maxed out, oh
Tossin’ and the city got packed out, uh
I just faced three woods, I might pass out
And that bitch she want me ’cause she seen I brought my racks out, uh
I just seen a thot, she in my hotel lobby
Ask me why I’m here, I say, “money is my hobby”
She don’t ask no questions, she goes straight to some sloppy
Pulled off in the beamer, and I met another thottie

[Chorus]
That my little brother Midget and he hold the clip for me
30 and an FN and we sprayin’ for a week
I was in Seattle, cause I missed the fucking streets
In the city, with my shooter, and we geekin’ on a beat
Flying to New York, I got my B.B. Saggin
Bitch, she think she special but I know she average
Thirty in my teeth, she think it’s so fantastic
Hundred for the whip, nigga swervin’ in the traffic

[Outro]
(Skrrt, skrrt)

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Fivio Foreign Arrested After Police Chase With Loaded Gun With Missing Serial Number

Fivio Foreign was arrested on several weapons charges.

2020 XXL Freshman Fivio Foreign is reportedly in custody after being arrested by police in New Jersey. The rapper, who first ignored an officer’s plea to turn over his driver’s license after he left his car running in a no parking zone, fled the scene on foot resulting in another officer pursuing him.

According to the Daily Voice, Fivio Foreign, whose real name is Maxie Ryles III, jaywalked across the street while Officer Gabriel Avella was in pursuit, and while he acknowledged the officer, he still ignored him and “continued to walk away.” The rapper reportedly ran towards The Modern luxury apartments on Park Avenue, which is where the officer caught up with him in a parking garage.

A loaded .25-caliber handgun reportedly fell from Fivio Foreign’s waistband, and it had the serial number scratched off. After being taken to the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, the rapper was hit with several charges, including resisting arrest, defacing a firearm, and possession of that firearm.

Fivio Foreign’s arrest stemmed from Wednesday night at around 7:30 p.m. local time when he left his 2018 Mercedes Benz in a no parking zone as he ran into a nearby Citibank. Upon his return, Sgt. Howard Ginsburg asked him for his driver’s license, but the rapper ignored him and walked away.

The struggle that ensued with Fort Lee Police Department officers only served to pile on more charges for Fivio Foreign. Backup officers were dispatched and had to help force the rapper in handcuffs and secure the firearm. The officer involved in the chase, Officer Avella, was also transported to the hospital to treat a minor wound.

Fivio Foreign was scheduled to appear in Hackensack’s Central Judicial Processing Court today (April 22) and is reportedly still currently in custody.

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Fivio Foreign Arrested After Police Chase With Loaded Gun With Missing Serial Number

Fivio Foreign was arrested on several weapons charges.

2020 XXL Freshman Fivio Foreign is reportedly in custody after being arrested by police in New Jersey. The rapper, who first ignored an officer’s plea to turn over his driver’s license after he left his car running in a no parking zone, fled the scene on foot resulting in another officer pursuing him.

According to the Daily Voice, Fivio Foreign, whose real name is Maxie Ryles III, jaywalked across the street while Officer Gabriel Avella was in pursuit, and while he acknowledged the officer, he still ignored him and “continued to walk away.” The rapper reportedly ran towards The Modern luxury apartments on Park Avenue, which is where the officer caught up with him in a parking garage.

A loaded .25-caliber handgun reportedly fell from Fivio Foreign’s waistband, and it had the serial number scratched off. After being taken to the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, the rapper was hit with several charges, including resisting arrest, defacing a firearm, and possession of that firearm.

Fivio Foreign’s arrest stemmed from Wednesday night at around 7:30 p.m. local time when he left his 2018 Mercedes Benz in a no parking zone as he ran into a nearby Citibank. Upon his return, Sgt. Howard Ginsburg asked him for his driver’s license, but the rapper ignored him and walked away.

The struggle that ensued with Fort Lee Police Department officers only served to pile on more charges for Fivio Foreign. Backup officers were dispatched and had to help force the rapper in handcuffs and secure the firearm. The officer involved in the chase, Officer Avella, was also transported to the hospital to treat a minor wound.

Fivio Foreign was scheduled to appear in Hackensack’s Central Judicial Processing Court today (April 22) and is reportedly still currently in custody.

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Moneybagg Yo Recruits Pharrell, Polo G, Future & Lil Durk For ‘A Gangsta’s Pain’ Album

Moneybagg Yo’s new album features Future, Polo G, Pharrell, and more.

Interscope Records signee Moneybagg Yo has a new album coming this Friday (April 23) and with fans already buzzing about the drop, the rapper released the tracklist for the upcoming record. The album titled A Gangsta’s Pain is a 22-track project loaded with guest appearances by some of today’s hottest rappers.

Taking to Instagram to stir up some excitement among fans on Wednesday, Moneybagg wrote, “Let Me Hear U Ready For Tomorrow Night!! #AGangstasPain 4/23,” alongside a photo of the album tracklist. The Memphis rapper has a pretty impressive lineup set to debut with features from the likes of Future, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhene Aiko, Pharrell, and more.

A Gangsta’s Pain follows Moneybagg’s Time Served which was released at the top of 2020. That album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart and has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Moneybagg’s new album includes the previously released tracks “Time Today” and “Hard for the Next,” Both titles appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart peaking at No. 37 and No. 49 respectively. The former is also now officially certified gold by the RIAA.

After seeing the tracklist for A Gangsta’s Pain, fans reacted favorably pointing out that “it looks promising” and telling the rapper, “Oh, you been workin workin.” The album also includes guest appearances by Kaash Paige, BIG30 and Tripstar.

Moneybagg Yo has been promoting the new album hard recently and on Wednesday night he shared a sneak peek of him filming for the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The rapper will also be playing some of the tracks from the album on Thursday night (April 22) on Apple Music’s First Listen with Ebro Darden.

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Moneybagg Yo Recruits Pharrell, Polo G, Future & Lil Durk For ‘A Gangsta’s Pain’ Album

Moneybagg Yo’s new album features Future, Polo G, Pharrell, and more.

Interscope Records signee Moneybagg Yo has a new album coming this Friday (April 23) and with fans already buzzing about the drop, the rapper released the tracklist for the upcoming record. The album titled A Gangsta’s Pain is a 22-track project loaded with guest appearances by some of today’s hottest rappers.

Taking to Instagram to stir up some excitement among fans on Wednesday, Moneybagg wrote, “Let Me Hear U Ready For Tomorrow Night!! #AGangstasPain 4/23,” alongside a photo of the album tracklist. The Memphis rapper has a pretty impressive lineup set to debut with features from the likes of Future, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhene Aiko, Pharrell, and more.

A Gangsta’s Pain follows Moneybagg’s Time Served which was released at the top of 2020. That album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart and has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Moneybagg’s new album includes the previously released tracks “Time Today” and “Hard for the Next,” Both titles appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart peaking at No. 37 and No. 49 respectively. The former is also now officially certified gold by the RIAA.

After seeing the tracklist for A Gangsta’s Pain, fans reacted favorably pointing out that “it looks promising” and telling the rapper, “Oh, you been workin workin.” The album also includes guest appearances by Kaash Paige, BIG30 and Tripstar.

Moneybagg Yo has been promoting the new album hard recently and on Wednesday night he shared a sneak peek of him filming for the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The rapper will also be playing some of the tracks from the album on Thursday night (April 22) on Apple Music’s First Listen with Ebro Darden.

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50 Cent To Play Crooked Footballer In Lionsgate Thriller “Free Agents”

50 Cent’s next big screen role will be a crooked pro footballer.

New York rapper 50 Cent continues his ascendancy in the film world as he’s set to star and executive produce a movie called Free Agents. The movie seems to be a “high-concept sports action heist thriller,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. They also disclosed that the movie “tells of a group of professional football players who come together to steal from the team owners who are exploiting them.” The film will be produced by Lionsgate and directed by Deon Taylor, who recently directed Fatale starring Michael Ealy and Hilary Swank last year.

The story, which follows a player who is lured into a life of crime, will see 50 Cent’s character involved in most of the complex relationships that form. His character’s foray into crime eventually threatens his football status as well as the safety of his family. He seems to be the main protagonist as his character is the one who lures the younger teammates into a life of crime all to get back at the owners.

Fifty used Instagram to update fans about the new movie. He casually posted, “oh yeah, it’s lit. you know i’m working. Green Light Gang let’s Go!”

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Taylor said he was impressed by 50 Cent’s effort on screen.

“50 has been legendary in all ways I have been extremely impressed by his amazing energy on screen and his ability to light up every scene he is in. I truly believe this extremely complex role will truly allow the world to understand just how unbelievably talented 50 is as an artist,” he said in a statement.

Lionsgate also owns Starz, which is the cable network behind the rapper’s hugely successful Power franchise as well as the upcoming Black Mafia Family series. President of motion picture production, Erin Westerman, also applauded 50’s on-screen energy. “50 is part of the Lionsgate family and time and again has proven to be a compelling presence as an actor,” he said.

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50 Cent To Play Crooked Footballer In Lionsgate Thriller “Free Agents”

50 Cent’s next big screen role will be a crooked pro footballer.

New York rapper 50 Cent continues his ascendancy in the film world as he’s set to star and executive produce a movie called Free Agents. The movie seems to be a “high-concept sports action heist thriller,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. They also disclosed that the movie “tells of a group of professional football players who come together to steal from the team owners who are exploiting them.” The film will be produced by Lionsgate and directed by Deon Taylor, who recently directed Fatale starring Michael Ealy and Hilary Swank last year.

The story, which follows a player who is lured into a life of crime, will see 50 Cent’s character involved in most of the complex relationships that form. His character’s foray into crime eventually threatens his football status as well as the safety of his family. He seems to be the main protagonist as his character is the one who lures the younger teammates into a life of crime all to get back at the owners.

Fifty used Instagram to update fans about the new movie. He casually posted, “oh yeah, it’s lit. you know i’m working. Green Light Gang let’s Go!”

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Taylor said he was impressed by 50 Cent’s effort on screen.

“50 has been legendary in all ways I have been extremely impressed by his amazing energy on screen and his ability to light up every scene he is in. I truly believe this extremely complex role will truly allow the world to understand just how unbelievably talented 50 is as an artist,” he said in a statement.

Lionsgate also owns Starz, which is the cable network behind the rapper’s hugely successful Power franchise as well as the upcoming Black Mafia Family series. President of motion picture production, Erin Westerman, also applauded 50’s on-screen energy. “50 is part of the Lionsgate family and time and again has proven to be a compelling presence as an actor,” he said.

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Jay-Z – Things That U Do Lyrics

(feat. Mariah Carey)

[Jay-Z]
Uh-huh, uh
Jigga man, uh-huh MC
ThatÒs right
Swizz Beatz
Uh, uh, come on

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so…
(Come on, inhale, exhale, breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, bounce)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Exhale breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain (Yeah)
I love you
(Uh come on)
You thug look at what you make the clubs do

[Jay-Z]
You know the flow sicka, know Jigga, mo’ sicka now right
You know what me and Swizz’s shit sound like
Crazed and demonic, uh without blazin chronic
Product of Reaganomics
You know that motherf*ckin stoop raised me
Ringin in da hoops but I was too lazy
School made me sick, teachers said I was too crazy
Low and behold, it’s the new and improved Jay-Z
Let me explain this to you baby
I spent nights out, days in
Niggaz was blazing, twelve noon where I was raised in
I felt caged in but kept roaming
Prayed for the Day of Atonement
Married to the streets no date of annulment
It seems every time it comes up
They postpone it
So I kept my chrome at the waist
Waiting for the omen
Savoring the moment and now you know
The reason that I flow the way I flow baby

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
(Uh, inhale, exhale, breathe on it)
That make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explains
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake, bounce, shake)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Uh, exhale, breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain (Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Drop, bounce, yo)

[Jay-Z]
You know I move like an ounce
Bottled up like crack
That’s how I make you bounce like that
Defy Webster’s words they can’t pronounce like that
That’s why no other rapper got a sound like that
Trap, trap of my life
Flashback, kill niggaz
Rap skills unmatched, Jigga man baby
I can’t entertain it sometimes I can’t explain it
God given, gifts of a soul for hard living
Far be it from me to question Allah’s wisdom
Could’ve been lost in the system
Instead I’m involved with the rhythm
I dodged prison, came out unscathed from car collisions
I know I must be part of some mission
Shit I used take it for granted
Why they placed me on this planet

I would ask myself while writin raps to myself
But right there under my nose
Was the flow of all flows
Not a demon but a rose in the cement, come on

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Inhale, exhale, breathe on it MC)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake, shake it, uh)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Exhale, uh)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Lights out nigga)

[Jay-Z]
You know I’ve traveled through zones
Homes spazzed like a bad back
I came into this game on Jaz’s back
I jumped off stood on my own two like boom, that’s that
Yeah I’m here to show and prove
Don’t matter to me the Garden or flowin on Clue
Whatever niggas wanna do – it’s alright with me
Whether you big or bossy, jig or flossy
Dusty or musty, sober or saucy
Broker than Todd Bridges, richer than Bill Cosby
Forgive me for my arrogance or you still salty?
Past on to the next life and you still haunt me
I’mma keep doing me unfortunately
I make the club rock, make thugs pop guns
Make old folks do the bus stop; can’t stop son
Shit I give you what’s hot and what’s not, I never knew
Y’all (niggas) know (niggas) how (niggas) do

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh, exhale, inhale)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Uh, bounce, shake, what? uh-huh)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh-huh, inhale, exhale)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake ladies)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh-huh, breathe for me, uh, uh-huh)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Lights out niggas)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do

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Jay-Z – Things That U Do Lyrics

(feat. Mariah Carey)

[Jay-Z]
Uh-huh, uh
Jigga man, uh-huh MC
ThatÒs right
Swizz Beatz
Uh, uh, come on

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so…
(Come on, inhale, exhale, breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, bounce)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Exhale breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain (Yeah)
I love you
(Uh come on)
You thug look at what you make the clubs do

[Jay-Z]
You know the flow sicka, know Jigga, mo’ sicka now right
You know what me and Swizz’s shit sound like
Crazed and demonic, uh without blazin chronic
Product of Reaganomics
You know that motherf*ckin stoop raised me
Ringin in da hoops but I was too lazy
School made me sick, teachers said I was too crazy
Low and behold, it’s the new and improved Jay-Z
Let me explain this to you baby
I spent nights out, days in
Niggaz was blazing, twelve noon where I was raised in
I felt caged in but kept roaming
Prayed for the Day of Atonement
Married to the streets no date of annulment
It seems every time it comes up
They postpone it
So I kept my chrome at the waist
Waiting for the omen
Savoring the moment and now you know
The reason that I flow the way I flow baby

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
(Uh, inhale, exhale, breathe on it)
That make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explains
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake, bounce, shake)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Uh, exhale, breathe on it for me)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain (Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Drop, bounce, yo)

[Jay-Z]
You know I move like an ounce
Bottled up like crack
That’s how I make you bounce like that
Defy Webster’s words they can’t pronounce like that
That’s why no other rapper got a sound like that
Trap, trap of my life
Flashback, kill niggaz
Rap skills unmatched, Jigga man baby
I can’t entertain it sometimes I can’t explain it
God given, gifts of a soul for hard living
Far be it from me to question Allah’s wisdom
Could’ve been lost in the system
Instead I’m involved with the rhythm
I dodged prison, came out unscathed from car collisions
I know I must be part of some mission
Shit I used take it for granted
Why they placed me on this planet

I would ask myself while writin raps to myself
But right there under my nose
Was the flow of all flows
Not a demon but a rose in the cement, come on

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Inhale, exhale, breathe on it MC)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake, shake it, uh)
It’s the things that you do
That make me feel so..
(Exhale, uh)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Lights out nigga)

[Jay-Z]
You know I’ve traveled through zones
Homes spazzed like a bad back
I came into this game on Jaz’s back
I jumped off stood on my own two like boom, that’s that
Yeah I’m here to show and prove
Don’t matter to me the Garden or flowin on Clue
Whatever niggas wanna do – it’s alright with me
Whether you big or bossy, jig or flossy
Dusty or musty, sober or saucy
Broker than Todd Bridges, richer than Bill Cosby
Forgive me for my arrogance or you still salty?
Past on to the next life and you still haunt me
I’mma keep doing me unfortunately
I make the club rock, make thugs pop guns
Make old folks do the bus stop; can’t stop son
Shit I give you what’s hot and what’s not, I never knew
Y’all (niggas) know (niggas) how (niggas) do

[Mariah (Jay-Z)]
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh, exhale, inhale)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Uh, bounce, shake, what? uh-huh)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh-huh, inhale, exhale)
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Bounce, shake ladies)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
(Uh-huh, breathe for me, uh, uh-huh)
And I don’t know the way I feel
I can explain
(Uh)
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
(Lights out niggas)
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do
It’s the things that you do that make me feel so..
And I don’t know the way I feel I can explain
I love you
You thug look at what you make the clubs do

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Cardi B To Launch Beauty Brand “Bardi Beauty” After Trademark Filing

Cardi is making a move on her dreams of being a billionaire like Rihanna.

The Grammy award-winning artist has filed a beauty trademark for a brand named “Bardi Beauty,” which is expected to be her line of a range of beauty products. The latest money move by Cardi B was filed by her incorporated company Washpoppin Inc which lists nobody but Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar as the owner of the upcoming brand.

While there are few details as to what the line will include, we do know Cardi B has mentioned that on top of her list of beauty products would be hair care items that she uses or has created to help her hair grow down her back. The rapper has credited her traditional cultural recipes for the inches she has, and fans are here for it!

It appears that the beauty line has been in the works since 2019, when she said she wanted to do a make-up line. However, between then and now, there was not much going on until earlier this year when the rapper said she was frustrated at people thinking her genetics was why she has gorgeous hair, and she intended to put out her secret recipes for her fans to also capitalize on.

According to TMZ, which released the Trademark filing, the rapper and actress want to create everything from cosmetics, fragrance, skincare, nail polish, nail enamel, and more. The application was filed on April 16, 2021.

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Cardi B To Launch Beauty Brand “Bardi Beauty” After Trademark Filing

Cardi is making a move on her dreams of being a billionaire like Rihanna.

The Grammy award-winning artist has filed a beauty trademark for a brand named “Bardi Beauty,” which is expected to be her line of a range of beauty products. The latest money move by Cardi B was filed by her incorporated company Washpoppin Inc which lists nobody but Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar as the owner of the upcoming brand.

While there are few details as to what the line will include, we do know Cardi B has mentioned that on top of her list of beauty products would be hair care items that she uses or has created to help her hair grow down her back. The rapper has credited her traditional cultural recipes for the inches she has, and fans are here for it!

It appears that the beauty line has been in the works since 2019, when she said she wanted to do a make-up line. However, between then and now, there was not much going on until earlier this year when the rapper said she was frustrated at people thinking her genetics was why she has gorgeous hair, and she intended to put out her secret recipes for her fans to also capitalize on.

According to TMZ, which released the Trademark filing, the rapper and actress want to create everything from cosmetics, fragrance, skincare, nail polish, nail enamel, and more. The application was filed on April 16, 2021.

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Diddy Gets Called Out By Black Rob’s Manager For Not Helping To Save His Life

Diddy is under fire by Black Rob’s manager, who he felt could have done more to help the rapper during his lifetime.

Black Rob, who is a former Bad Boy rapper, passed away on April 17 at the Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. He was only 52, but his short life was plagued by numerous health issues that ultimately led to his life being cut short. It also seems that the rapper was in financial ruin. He disclosed before his death at he was facing homelessness. It’s speculated that the cost of his medical treatments brought him to that state, and if he had had the financial resources, he could have been able to get a kidney transplant to save his life.

While the fans of the rapper and his family are in mourning, many, however, are lashing out at Diddy, who they feel should have acted sooner if he truly cared for the rapper. Diddy came out days ago and said he would pay the funeral expenses of the late rapper to ensure he had a dignified send-off, but fans and Black Rob’s former manager are not happy with Diddy seeming to profit from the attention of the rapper’s death.

The late rapper’s manager Kal Dawson says Diddy’s assistance comes too little, too late. During an interview on the Murder Master Music Show, Dawson mused on why only now Diddy has stepped up to assist. According to him, Diddy had reached out earlier when the first video of Black Rob came out, but he didn’t act, which might have made a difference.

“Through somebody else that was affiliated with Rob, Diddy reached out and was gonna do something for Rob, this is when the video first went up when he was in the hospital,” he explains. “People draggin’ their feet and nothing got done. So now you gonna pay for his funeral, he dead and gone now! Everybody wanna do something for you when you are dead and gone!”

Both Black Rob and Diddy had a seemingly close relationship while the former was under Bad Boy management. However, Black Rob later ditched the label after he said they neglected him while he was in prison, even though one of his hits helped to save the label, which was struggling with keeping some of its big-name artists due to Diddy’s bad blood with them.

The two were not friends or on speaking terms until Black Rob was in the hospital fighting for his life, or so it appears from news surrounding the time Diddy reached out.

Dawson says the initial video of Black Rob in the hospital that sparked concern was filmed by him.

“I’m the one that was in the hospital and put him on video and it went viral,” he says. “I did that I was there with him. A lot of people that could’ve helped didn’t help. That’s why I put the video up to show ’em that everybody wanna keep shit hush-hush, but he is not getting no help.”

He said money might have changed the late rapper’s fate. “Who is gonna put two or three hundred thousand dollars behind this man? They’ll take that money and go buy a guy or finance or lease a Rolls-Royce or Lamborghini to ride around, look pretty, because that is something for them.”

He added, “You can’t tell people what to do with their money, but a lot of people that were in position to help but they didn’t and it was too late because he passed away Saturday, a week after DMX.”

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Diddy Gets Called Out By Black Rob’s Manager For Not Helping To Save His Life

Diddy is under fire by Black Rob’s manager, who he felt could have done more to help the rapper during his lifetime.

Black Rob, who is a former Bad Boy rapper, passed away on April 17 at the Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. He was only 52, but his short life was plagued by numerous health issues that ultimately led to his life being cut short. It also seems that the rapper was in financial ruin. He disclosed before his death at he was facing homelessness. It’s speculated that the cost of his medical treatments brought him to that state, and if he had had the financial resources, he could have been able to get a kidney transplant to save his life.

While the fans of the rapper and his family are in mourning, many, however, are lashing out at Diddy, who they feel should have acted sooner if he truly cared for the rapper. Diddy came out days ago and said he would pay the funeral expenses of the late rapper to ensure he had a dignified send-off, but fans and Black Rob’s former manager are not happy with Diddy seeming to profit from the attention of the rapper’s death.

The late rapper’s manager Kal Dawson says Diddy’s assistance comes too little, too late. During an interview on the Murder Master Music Show, Dawson mused on why only now Diddy has stepped up to assist. According to him, Diddy had reached out earlier when the first video of Black Rob came out, but he didn’t act, which might have made a difference.

“Through somebody else that was affiliated with Rob, Diddy reached out and was gonna do something for Rob, this is when the video first went up when he was in the hospital,” he explains. “People draggin’ their feet and nothing got done. So now you gonna pay for his funeral, he dead and gone now! Everybody wanna do something for you when you are dead and gone!”

Both Black Rob and Diddy had a seemingly close relationship while the former was under Bad Boy management. However, Black Rob later ditched the label after he said they neglected him while he was in prison, even though one of his hits helped to save the label, which was struggling with keeping some of its big-name artists due to Diddy’s bad blood with them.

The two were not friends or on speaking terms until Black Rob was in the hospital fighting for his life, or so it appears from news surrounding the time Diddy reached out.

Dawson says the initial video of Black Rob in the hospital that sparked concern was filmed by him.

“I’m the one that was in the hospital and put him on video and it went viral,” he says. “I did that I was there with him. A lot of people that could’ve helped didn’t help. That’s why I put the video up to show ’em that everybody wanna keep shit hush-hush, but he is not getting no help.”

He said money might have changed the late rapper’s fate. “Who is gonna put two or three hundred thousand dollars behind this man? They’ll take that money and go buy a guy or finance or lease a Rolls-Royce or Lamborghini to ride around, look pretty, because that is something for them.”

He added, “You can’t tell people what to do with their money, but a lot of people that were in position to help but they didn’t and it was too late because he passed away Saturday, a week after DMX.”

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Spice Slams Her Haters After Panama City Sold-Out Show: “I’m hot for 20 years now”

Spice is letting her haters know she’s been hot for two decades.

Spice’s energetic performance at Panama City Beach in Florida on Monday, April 19, has proven why she is the Queen of Dancehall. It turns out that the queen is not so satisfied with the amount of money she is receiving for her elaborate performances.

The “So Mi Like It” artiste posted a number of clips from the thrilling performance, including her entrance to the stage with her lover Justin Budd, along with shots of the crowd enjoying her performance.

On Monday, April 21, the “Cool It” deejay posted a clip of herself demanding more money from the stage show promoter and producer, Jb Production Worldwide. Spice noted that the promoter claimed Dancehall is not as popular in certain areas of the world, and as such, used this as a bargain to pay her less for her performance. Spice expressed her disagreement, using the large crowd of fans at her feet as evidence.

“JB, When yuh call mi booking agent, yuh say nothing nah too gwan well over yah and yuh gi mi di show fi likkle bit a money, mi wah more money,” she said in the video rocking her blue hair, a black bodysuit, and a colorful corset.

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She continued, “JB, look pan mi fans dem an tell mi now, yuh nuh see how the bl**dcl*t show ram, an unu say Dancehall nuh big over yah.”

She proceeded to ask her assemblage of fans, “Dancehall nuh big over yah?” to which they responded with a chorus of “Yess.”

After the speech, the artiste dropped her remix of Stylo G’s money anthem “Dumpling” and continued with her performance.

In the caption, she wrote, “All promoter try don’t call my booking agent and talk bout Dancehall no big over certain area and use it bargain cause mi ago claaaat unu. Any where mi get a good Fking show!! Mi want more money. @jbproductionworldwide big up yuh self but yuh owe me. #Panamacitybeach RAM JAM.”

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The artiste is apparently serious about her demand, even though the number of laughing emoji’s used. Spice has always been one to say how and what she feels at any given moment. Jb Productions have not yet responded to her demand.

Spice also used the opportunity to take a dig at her haters while reminding them that she’s been doing this for 20 years.

“To all my haters S**k unu maaaaaada,” she wrote. “This unu hate mi fah, it’s ok to be hot for 2-5 years but I’m hot for 20 years now so let’s sit and talk about that. You don’t have to give me my flowers I did this shit with no Major support and yes I’m proud of my own self. My fans know my songs from over a decade ago.”

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