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6ix9ine Shames Young Chop For Studying Music In College

Young Chop arrived in New York Wednesday, just a few hours after the "Fefe" rapper's comments. 

It's pretty unorthodox to shame someone expanding their talents through higher learning but it's 2018 so here we are. In Chapter Fifty-Eleven of the draining saga of 6ix9ine versus everyone in Chicago, the "Fefe" rapper has gone after producer-rapper Young Chop.

In an attempt to clown Chop Tuesday (Sept. 25), Tekashi pointed to his education. “Somebody tell Young Chop’s fat a** to get in here,” 69 said in an Instagram Live session with friends. “Yo, Young Chop get a band. Stupid a** n***a went to college to make beats. He big brave. Son is stupid.”

Chop, known for his work with Chief Keef, began making beats at the age of 11 and towards the end of his teens crafted Keef's breakout hit, "Don't Like." He's also gone on to create his own label Chop Squad Records, releasing his debut project Still in 2014.

Chop struck gold a few times as he continued to work with Chicago allies like the late Fredo Santana, Lil Reese and Lil Durk. He's also worked with big names in the game like Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa.

6ix9ine, on the other hand, failed to pass his GED test in January which was a stipulation during his sexual misconduct case.

 

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Chop has shared his own views about education, telling VladTV in 2014 why dropping out of high school ended up being a blessing for his family. "School really taught me a lot of sh*t, though,” he said. “But as I got older, like 18, I was like, ‘This sh*t irritating. Why I’m still at this sh*t? That sh*t ain’t for me.’ Then, at the time, I was getting hot, too. Money started coming in.” He's never stated publically if finished or attended college.

It's also not known if Chop heard the Brooklyn rapper's comments but he did land in New York just a few hours after the comments hit social media.

 

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6ix9ine's quarrels with Chicago creatives started this summer following his brief relationship with rapper Cuban Doll. After it was reported Doll was assaulted by Keef affiliate Tadoe, 6ix9ine called the rapper out leading to a war of words with Keef and Lil Reese. Complex notes Chop subtly commented on the beef, calling 6ix9ine a “goofy a**."

READ MORE: A Timeline Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Controversial Moments

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Cardi B To Join James Corden On A Forthcoming "Carpool Karaoke" Segment

Your rapper’s favorite rapper Cardi B is slated to make her debut on “Car Pool Karaoke” with James Corden, Billboard reports. The Late Late Show host teased the upcoming episode, which airs Monday (Dec.17) via Instagram along with a small schedule of the show’s upcoming guests.

 

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Here’s what the next two weeks look like on the @latelateshow! Seeing the year out with a bang x x x

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In addition to the “Money” rapper, Amber Heard and Armie Hammer will also appear on the same episode. Corden is closing out the last leg of 2018 strong by having a slew of other prominent stars on the show on the last week before the program goes on break for the holidays. The likes of Gwen Stefani, RuPaul, Jennifer Lopez, Emily Blunt, Leah Remini, Lin-Manuel Miranda, among others will be featured on the show after Bardi’s Monday episode.

To say the least, we're sure the British talk show host and the newly minted Grammy-nominated rapper are going to have the time of their lives.

The 26-year-old's now estranged husband Offset, along with the other members of Migos were guests on the beloved show. Joining Corden as he drove through the streets of Los Angeles, the trio performed a slew of hits including "Walk It Talk It"  while also giving a nod of praise to past hits, including Whitney Houston's "Wanna Dance With Somebody."

With all the fun Migos had with Corden, we can only imagine what shenanigans James and Belcalis are going to get into.

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Usher Releases "Peace Sign" Video Off Of 'A' Project

Given Monday's (Dec. 10) debate about who's the king of R&B, one of the names that steadily popped up in the conversation has stepped onto the scene. In a visual promotion for his A soundscape, Usher released the video for "Peace Sign" alongside producer Zaytoven.

Previously, the pair hit the studio for an eight-track project that pays respect to their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. It was surprise-released in October and effortlessly fuses ATL's aura on the soundscape. Now, the "Peace Sign" video puts that decision into cinematic motion.

"Atlanta offers a certain attitude and a sauce that I can't explain, and it is a little bit in 'No Limit,' it is a little bit in 'TNT.' I'm literally talking sh*t, man," he said in an interview with The Fader. "I'm popping sh*t that I haven't popped, like really ever. And that's what being in the moment creates. When you have months and months to think about it and you begin to analyze all the people who you need to think of and what you want this entire project to work out, you'll lose certain elements of your spontaneity an incredible culture that just happens in the moment. I didn't give that space. I really was honest with the feelings, I was honest with the conversation and I was really in the moment. And I thank Zay for that."

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T.I. Releases Short Film For "The Amazing Mr. F**k Up"

T.I. keeps himself accountable for his wrongdoings in the cinematic visual for "The Amazing Mr. F**k Up."

Premiered Monday (Dec. 10) on his series T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle, the track featuring singer-songwriter Victoria Monet, is flipped into a 10-minute-short film. Directed by Mike Ho, the short film stars comedienne Britney Elena, Colombus Short, Woody McClain and model Denise Rodriguez.

Starting at a fancy dinner gathering among friends, things take a turn for the worst when the rapper's other partner invades the feast. On the Dime Trap cut, T.I. calls out himself for his past mistakes and deviances with acknowledgment on how he needs to do better.

"It's amazing all the sh*t I done / Such examples I've been setting for my son / All she did was stay down and have my kid / All the time just to realize I ain't sh*t," T.I. spits. In addition to the rapper flexing his acting chops, the album version of the song includes the infamous scene in ATL between Tip and Lauren London, where his character snatches a necklace he gifted for New New.

The rapper is currently closing out the year on an impressive note as it was revealed that his music has been streamed 276 million times on the music streaming service Spotify. "A modest flex to end my 18th year in this sh*t!!!! Multitudes of Gratitude!!! #NextYearWeGoBigger!!!!," the Grand Hustle emcee tweeted on Saturday (Dec. 8).

Check out the video above

 

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Extra thx to @brittneyelena @woody_thegreat @mikeho_ @officialcshort and errrrbody involved in bringing this vision to life!!! #TheAmazingMrFuckUP out @vevo after tonight’s episode of Friends and Family Hustle!!! @vh1

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A modest flex to end my 18th year in this sh*t!!!! Multitudes of Gratitude!!! #NextYearWeGoBigger!!!! pic.twitter.com/7J6FFsUicS

— T.I. (@Tip) December 8, 2018

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