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Meek Mill Blasts Michael Rapaport On Twitter After Calling Meek’s #NBAAllStar Performance Trash – “Don’t Ever Use The Word Trash When You Speaking On Nothing From Our Culture Unless You Tryna Get Trashed”

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Meek Mill put on a show at the NBA All-Star Game with his performance last night. He did draw some haters though as it was from Michael Rapaport. He's known for being a culture vulture throughout his entire years of fame as an actor. He's also

Pusha T’s reaction to Drake winning Best Rap Song has become social media’s latest meme, as fans dig up 2017 interview, where Pusha says he will have Album of the Year #GRAMMYs [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Everybody knows that fans love a good joke and Pusha T has become one, over the past 24 hours. Since early in Drake's career, Pusha T has enjoyed taking shots at Drake, knowing he wouldn't reply. When Pusha returned, in 2018, many wondered if he'd go

HHV Video of the Week: Meek Mill ft. Drake – “Going Bad”

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Yeah, Soulja Boy is still talking about having 2018's biggest comeback, but Tyga got that. Probably, right behind him is Meek Mill, who had the anthem with "What's Free?," featuring Rick Ross and Jay-Z. That song wasn't even a single. The song people couldn't wait to hear

Meek Mill Adds Kash Doll And Lil Durk To “The Motivation Tour”

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Meek Mill released his "Championships" album in November and has been buzzing with tracks off of the project such as "On Me" featuring Cardi B and "Going Bad" featuring Drake. Meek also announced a month-long "The Motivation Tour" from February 19-March 24. Meek announced guest artists for

Michael Rubin talks business come-up, friendship with Meek Mill, and REFORM Alliance on “The Breakfast Club” [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Last year, Meek Mill shouted out some of his rich friends on his breakout song, "What's Free?," featuring Rick Ross and Jay-Z. Without being a single, that song has become the standout track. That helped cement Meek Mill's comeback, second to only Tyga's 2018 comeback. Michael Rubin