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For those who stayed busy this past week and were absent to all the action that took place, we are here to give you an awesome rundown. Among all the beef and drama, we managed to catch up with some of the best in the industry to have very in-depth conversations. See what happened.
We were given the rare opportunity to ask Kendrick Lamar how he ended up collaborating with 50 Cent on the new single "We Up."
The "Poetic Justice" rapper told Jack Thriller that since day one 50 has been a mentor in the business.
He stressed how much of an honor it is to be on the track.
Watch their hype performance at Roseland Ballroom in New York City.
During Part 5 of the interview with DJ Whoo Kid, he recalls meeting Lil Wayne when he was like 12 and how even back then he looked like a rat. He also reminisces about the first time meeting Dr. Dre in a studio session with 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg. Whoo Kid didn't speak much on that encounter because Snoop was talking some real gangsta sh*t.
Check out the DJ address the rumors that Snoop was about to sign to G-Unit.
The DJ illustrated how he first met Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo in part 6 of the interview. Whoo Kid said they didn't like him very much in the beginning.
Catch him name the original members of G-Unit and give his opinion on a reunion every happening.
Before the birth of his baby boy, Jack Thriller and Thisis50 had the chance to catch up with Wiz Kahlifa on the basketball court.
He told us the first thing he was going to do when the baby arrived. Although the rapper and his lady Amber Rose already came up with a name for their seed, Wiz was open to Jack brainstorming on some baby names.
At a sit down with hip hop pioneer Chuck Chillout, he leaked the real name of Funk Master Flex. Chillout also introduced his new artist Yungstar 63, who graced us with a freestyle while Jack Thriller poured syrup on his waffles.
See him give us the background story on how he became a legend, speak on the historical New York club Roxy, share untold stories about RUN DMC and Slick Rick, and tell us how he met Yungstar 63.
In Part 2 of the interview with Tahiry from Love and Hip Hop, she opened up about how she first met her rapper ex-boyfriend Joe Budden. She claims she was bored that day so she paid him some attention. It was on a Sunday at a alleged album release for Ciara.
Also, watch the reality star answer the ultimate questions of whether she had any butt injections and if the game has changed her.
Part 3 of the interview with Tahiry focused on her altercation with her Love and Hip Hop co-star Raqi. She claimed she doesn't have a problem with Raqi but still thinks she slept with Joe. At this point the "Devil" singer says she doesn't care.
Additionally see her speak on how she continues giving Budden chances. She blames it on their long history.
See her reaction to the question of whether Joe Budden was physically abusive.
Speaking of Joe Budden, we met up with the rapper for a little chit chat. He just finished an episode on Wild 'N Out that doesn't air until June. He said he was a bit nervous because that was his first time doing something like that.
He speaks on his drug free lifestyle, saying he doesn't need anything to add to his destructive behavior.
Check him explain why he won't be getting on Tahiry's new track.
We took the time to also address the verbal confrontation that occurred between Joe Budden and Consequence at Hot 97.
Although some of the public thought the confrontation was staged, Joe revealed he wasn't aware that the cameras would be there.
See what he said would happen if Consequence spoke ill of him again.
Erica Mena denied all the rumors that she is a drug addict in the second part of her Thisis50 interview. However, she had no shame admitting that she knows how to role a nice blunt. The reality star and aspiring singer also discusses her beef with radio personality Angela Yee. Erica said the highlight of the The Breakfast Club host's career was when she brought her a box of donuts.
See Mena address accusations that she is bipolar, her song "Where Do I Go From Here," and her difficulty being accepted in the industry.
Now check out Trinidad James' new video for the "All Gold Everything" remix with T.I., Youn Jeezy, and 2 Chainz:
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