Drake has resumed his war of words with Chris Brown -- and he says, "I get a feeling it could end really badly."
Drake made the comments in GQ, where he claims he'd like to be the bigger man, but refuses to back down. "I wish we could sit down and talk it out man-to-man. But that’s not going to happen. I’m not confrontational, but if someone challenges, I’m not going to back down."
Drizzy says he's "embarrassed" that the feud "distracts from the music," but adds, "He’s made me the enemy, and that’s the way it’s gonna stay, I guess."
Just minutes after leaving a Chicago courthouse today and pleading guilty to a speeding ticket, Chief Keef was arrested by Chicago police officers and charged with a misdemeanor trespassing charge…
The charge stems from a complaint made by a security guard back in May, complaining about the rapper being on the property of a housing complex. The security guard told the rapper numerous times to leave the property because he wasn’t allowed to be there, but apparently Keef refused. Another police official said the rapper used to live at that location.
Keef could have been sentenced to a year in prison and fined up to $2,500, but the judge fined him $531, put him on probation for 18 months, ordered him perform 60 hours community service and undergo random drug testing instead. He must also complete eight hours of traffic school.
The 17-year-old rapper has been arrested several times within the past few months and was scolded by the judge who ordered him not to drive. "You think you're invincible, and you're certainly not," said Cook County Circuit Court Judge Earl Hoffenberg. "Violate and you'll find out you're not. I sure hope I don't see you again, because if I do you better be ready to go to jail."
I'm Jus Sayin': This guy is gonna be more famous for being arrested, than being a rapper?
Lil' Wayne might not got no worries, but he sure seems concerned that people think he trampled an American flag on purpose.
Weezy took to Twitter after TMZ posted a clip showing him stepping on the flag while filming the video for his new single, "God Bless Amerika." He wrote, "I didn't step on the flag on purpose! It's a scene in a video where the flag drops behind me and after it drops, it's just there as I perform."
As TMZ points out, however, several times during the shot, Wayne looks down on the flag as he walks on it.
I'm Jus Sayin': To be honest, Wayne doesn't look like he's trying to disrespect the flag in the clip.