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Nipsey Hussle Drags TV Reporters Who Dissed Diddy

The rapper threatened to beat the reporters up after they suggested Diddy could not own an NFL team. 

Earlier this week (Dec. 17), Diddy announced his plans to buy the NFL's Carolina Panthers. The billionaire businessman seemed to receive support from a number of celebs, including Colin Kaepernick, but Bay Area reporter, Henry Wofford, didn't seem to be on board. Wofford reportedly mocked Diddy during a live broadcast, suggesting he should stay in his lane. His comments incited many fans, including Nipsey Hussle, who later expressed his frustrations on social media.

"I’m offended to my core," Nipsey wrote in an Instagram post, which also included a video clip of Wofford and another reporter joking about the Bad Boy mogul. "And both these clowns can’t even pay the water bill at one of @diddy estates...but THEY CANT TAKE HIM SERIOUS? 'He looked like he jus finished Drinking a 40?' You talking bout a owner of a vodka company! 'I don’t even know what he does' @forbes do tho."

Nipsey also scolded the reporters for encouraging the mindset of remaining in a comfort zone. "'You gotta stay in yo comfort zone?' That’s the mentality of a FAILURE," he added. "U Never speak when you This STUPID AND OUT THE LOOP OF REALITY!!! @diddy I HOPE THEY MOTIVATED U EVEN MORE AND WHEN U BECOME THE 1st Blac @NFL owner we gone only wear. Yo team jerseys and make sure u get a super bowl trophy!!! Fucc these bitches and this whole way of thinking..."

Shortly after the story went viral, Wofford apologized for his remarks, stating that his words were taken out of context. But it seems Nipsey was still heated. TMZ Sports caught up with the the rapper shortly after he shared his first post, where he elaborated on his thoughts. "They’re gonna get it. Yeah, they’re gonna get that,”Nipsey told TMZ Sports. "First NFL black team owners. Puff, Kaepernick—Hussle might donate a couple dollars to it. Bet on that."

He also issued a warning to the reporters: "F**k the n***a on the news that was woofing that s**t. We gonna catch you and beat your a**,” he said. "And we got some homegirls for that b***h, too."

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Ebro Darden Denies Report That Says 'Hot 97' Will Not Play Tekashi 6ix9ine's Music

'Hot 97' radio personality Ebro Darden denies a TMZ report which stated that the station will not play Tekashi 6ix9ine's music once, and if, he's released from prison.

Earlier today, the outlet published a report stating that a Hot 97 executive said the station has never really been fans of Tekashi 6ix9ine, and that they will not play his music upon his release. Shortly after the report was published, Ebro responded.

"All execs @HOT97 deny speaking to anyone @TMZ," Ebro wrote in a tweet, "So this means that Tekashi marketing machine is revving up to rally his on-line #Bots and drive stories."

All execs @HOT97 deny speaking to anyone @TMZ ..... so this means that Tekashi marketing machine is revving up to rally his on-line #Bots and drive stories.

— El Viejo Ebro (@oldmanebro) October 14, 2019

A follower replied how Ebro shuts down new artists. And Ebro responded by saying that he will play Tekashi's music.

And then this... hahahahaha! I just said I was gonna play it. Ya’ll dumb https://t.co/JQAjkE2L9W

— El Viejo Ebro (@oldmanebro) October 14, 2019

6ix9ine reportedly signed a $10 million deal with his former label, 10k Projects, to record two albums upon his release from prison. It's been reported that one will be recorded in English and the other will be recorded in Spanish. As for his looming release, the rapper's sentencing has been scheduled for Dec. 18 at 10 a.m. EST.

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Hot 97 Will Reportedly Not Play Tekashi 6ix9ine's Music After His Prison Release

With 6ix9ine expected to come home soon, reportedly to a record deal worth $10 million, New York City's Hot 97 radio station is making it known that they will not play his music.

According to a report by TMZ, an executive from the radio station confirmed that they are not planning on playing 6ix9ine's music upon his release from prison. Hot 97's exec admits that the station has never been a big supporter of the rapper. They also dislike the Brooklyn rapper's decision to testify against his former Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods associates.

This also includes possibly banning the rapper from Summer Jam concert. TMZ  reported that the "Gummo" rapper is too much of a liability to preform at the celebrated concert.

Last year, Hot 97 personality Ebro, host of Ebro in the Morning, traded shots with 6ix9ine after the rapper berated Ebro on "Stoopid."

The executive states  that unless there's a public uproar that demands the station to play an overly successful song, then the company would consider it.

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Justin Bieber Flips 50 Cent's "Many Men" During Studio Session

Less than two weeks after becoming life partners with Hailey Baldwin, Justin Bieber returns to the studio where he's seen flexing his rap skills on his Instagram Stories.

The "Let Me Love You" singer rapped about his absence from pop culture, and his wife.

“Took a couple years off/Shed a couple tears, dawg/Been a victim of the system/I’m a Christian with a vision/My wife, yeah, I put her on a pedestal/My life is like a movie, The Incredibles," raps Bieber.

He also rapped about taking medication for his depression before borrowing a hook from 50 Cent's "Many Men."

“They put me on some medicine/Never thought that my depression would depend on it/Many men, wish death upon me/ Blood in my eye dog and I can’t see/I’m trying to be what I’m destined to be / And people trying to take my life away."

sounds like justin bieber has a new song on the way that flips 50 cent's “many men” 👀pic.twitter.com/cvdLpAEpFt

— Genius (@Genius) October 11, 2019

Bieber is reportedly back in album working on a new album. Last week, he joined forces with country duo Dan and Shay for the record "10,000 Hours."

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