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Future & Lil Keed Collab On "Undefeated" 

He has yet to announce a formal forthcoming album following his SAVE ME project he dropped last month, but Future has been delivering new music as if there's something new brewing. Earlier this month he shared his track "100 Shooters" featuring Meek Mill and Doe Boy, and now Future is back with his Lil Keed-assisted single, "Undefeated."

Keed recently released his impressive debut mixtape Long Live Mexico, a 20-track project that was received well by fans. The up-and-coming rapper has been linking up with many of his fellow Atlanta artists, including Future, but none have mentored him like that of Young Thug. "He just wants to see everybody get the money," Keed said of Thugger when he sat down with us. "He doesn’t care if you make more money than him. He’ll say, 'I don’t care if my brothers make more money than me, I just want them to make the money and do what they gotta do with it.' You don’t have to be like him but just handle your business and you’re family."

Quotable Lyrics

Two loaded guns, I got double the shells
Count all the blue when I'm in the Chanel
Choppa in the Coupe and I move like a snail
You could smell all type of Kush in the air
Supply and demand and you movin' them bells

A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Wu-Tang, Lil Uzi Vert Headline Rolling Loud NY 

He's been detained in a Swedish jail for three weeks, but Rolling Loud officials must be confident that A$AP Rocky will be home in time for their festival. Nearly a month after announcing the line-up for their Bay Area concert, Rolling Loud New York has shared which artists will take to their stages in October.

The show will take place at Citi Field in New York City and will last its traditional two days. On October 12, Travis Scott, Meek Mill, and the Wu-Tang Clan will headline. There will also be performances by Playboi Carti, YG, Gunna, Trippie Redd, DaBaby, Wale, Blueface, Fat Joe, Fabolous, Moneybagg Yo, Desiigner, Young M.A, Flipp Dinero, Rico Nasty, Jay Critch, Lil Keed, Polo G, Lil Gotit and many more. Although he remains locked up in a Florida prison, Kodak Black is also listed as a performer for Day One of the festival.

The following day A$AP Rocky shares the headlining title with Lil Uzi Vert. Other artists on the roster for Day Two include Tyga, Juice Wrld, A Boogie With Da Hoodie, Pusha T, Ski Mask Tha Slump God, DMX, Lil Skies, Megan Thee Stallion, Smokepurpp, Saweetie, Dave East, Melii, Denzel Curry, Kash Doll, Action Bronson, Curren$y, Machine Gun Kelly, Lil Mosey, Don Q, and $uicideboy$.

Tickets for the first New York installment of the Rolling Loud festival go on sale this Friday, July 26. 

R. Kelly's Crisis Manager Darrell Johnson Steps Down "For Personal Reasons" 

Things have to be going way left for R. Kelly in order for his crisis manager to hand in his resignation. For months, Darrell Johnson has taken center stage to defend his client, often attempting to put out media fires that have been spread by the ever-growing news, speculation, and gossip surrounding the child pornography and sexual assault allegations against Kelly. 

"Mr. Kelly feels like the devil is working overtime in effort to try to destroy his musical legacy for selfish, personal enrichment," Johnson told TMZ back in May, adding that Kelly was remaining positive during these trying times. "We feel everything will line up right on track when it is all said and done." Following Kelly's latest arrest, Johnson delivered a press conference where one of Kelly's girlfriend's parents shouted at him to bring his daughter home. More recently, Johnson sat down with CBS This Morning and gave comments that made some believe that things may not be copacetic on the "Free R. Kelly" front.

When asked if he would allow his 20-year-old daughter to be alone in a room with his client, Johnson told Gayle King "Absolutely not. I wouldn’t leave my daughter with anybody that’s accused of pedophilia." Following that interview, CBS News reports that Johnson has issued a statement announcing that he is removing himself from Kelly's team.

"I step down as crisis manager for personal reasons," he said. "Mr. Kelly is in good hands with Mr. [Steve] Greenberg [Kelly's criminal defense attorney]." During his interview with King, Johnson described Kelly as "normal" and stated there was nothing in his actions that made Johnson suspicious. "They've indicted Mr. Kelly," Johnson said in his interview. "He's in jail right now. He will have his day in court, and they'll have to bring the evidence. And that's what has to be done. If the evidence stick, Mr. Kelly will spend the rest of his life in the penitentiary."

Ex-NFL Star Shawne Merriman Sued Over Playboy Employee's Overdose 

Playboy employee Kimberly Fattorini's death has been shrouded in mystery for years. Back in 2017, the 30-year-old model and casting assistant was found unresponsive in a Hollywood home after being discovered by her friends. A coroner's report revealed that Fattorini died of an accidental overdose after alcohol, cocaine, and GHB was found in her system. GHB is known as the "date rape drug" that can render a person unconscious within minutes.

On the evening of her death, Fattorini was reportedly partying with friends at a nightclub because they were invited by the event's promoter. The group went back to his home for the afterparty that allegedly continued into the early hours of the following morning. Now, this is where former NFL star Shawne Merriman's name enters into this sordid equation. In a lawsuit filed by Fattorini's parents, Deann and Ferdinand, the promoter allegedly texted Merriman by writing, "Got 3 whores over." The lawsuit states that Merriman joined the party at the promoter's home and, according to a witness, arrived with a bottle of an unknown substance.

"You friend just poor'd half G in my drink," Fattorini texted to the promoter while at the party, according to court documents. The deceased woman's parents believe she was referring to GHB. Following that text, Fattorni sent out a slew of others that were difficult to comprehend. She eventually left the promoter's home and traveled to another friend's house with Merriman. Later on that afternoon, her friend found her unconscious and called for an ambulance. According to TMZemergency responders claimed Fattorini was "half-naked with her jeans unzipped and unbottoned." Merriman was also reportedly on the scene when medics arrived, but told everyone there that he wanted to keep that fact under wraps.

Fattorini's parents are suing Merriman, the nightclub Fattorini attended the evening she died, and a number of others for wrongful death, battery, and negligence. They suggest that Merriman drugged and possibly sexually assaulted their daughter before she died. The grieving parents also include texts they've discovered that were included in a correspondence between the promoter and one of their daughter's friends that state, "Shawn killed her ass, what a f*cking idiot" and "That dumbass been drugging girls for years."

Merriman denies any responsibility or wrong-doing. His representative told TMZ, "As of right now Shawne, nor his attorney, have any knowledge of him being named in any lawsuit. This alleged lawsuit is baseless. Shawne attended an after party more than two years ago where a young woman unfortunately overdosed. The police thoroughly investigated and found no wrong doing whatsoever by Shawne. The fact that they are raising this now, two years after the fact, demonstrates the baseless nature of these allegations."

Bow Wow Tells Angela Simmons He's Single; Woman He's Dating Smashes His Window 

Remember last month when we reported on a woman going all Jazmine Sullivan on Bow Wow's vehicle a la "Bust Your Windows"? Well, it looks like Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta cameras were rolling to capture the entire scenario. Following his dramatic split from ex-girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie, Bow has stated that he's "in a good place" as he's relishing in his playboy lifestyle. He may want to inform the women in his life because they don't seem to know that he's enjoying the company of more than one woman at a time.

When he first shared a photo of his broken car window, Bow called the woman responsible "crazy" and wrote, "Really? So this what you do? you pull up to my place of business and bust the windows out the g wagon? While I’m working? Really...? Come on girl..." In the promo clip of an upcoming episode of GUHHATL, Bow tells ex-girlfriend Angela Simmons that he's not dating anyone. Yet, he is later confronted by a woman named "Corey" after he is snapped by paparazzi while he's out on a date with Angela. It looks as if "Corey" shows up at the studio and takes a golf club to his vehicle while the couple yell at each other as Bow's friends hold him back.

Bow shared the clip on Instagram, writing "Hot boyz we up 30 points right now!" He also made some admissions in his caption, "I sure do know how to pickem😂 but i Aint know it would turn into some thin line between love and hate type sh*t. She bust the windooows out my caaar and i lied to @angelasimmons damn! Bow you suck bro!" Staged or not, it's all not a good look, especially following the comments he recently said about ex-girlfriend Ciara.

Funk Flex Criticizes "Gimmick Rappers" Who Don't Write Their Own Rhymes 

Famed Hot 97 DJ Funk Flex is calling "Times Up" on today's social media-driven rappers. It's true that in today's era of hip hop, artists of all ages are able to get their music directly out to consumers via social media. Whereas previously there was a music industry hierarchy ladder that artists would have to climb before their songs would be widely distributed to the masses, now rappers just need a solid Instagram presence and a Soundcloud account.

The accessibility can be a double-edged sword as talented artists are able to share their creativity with fans with the click of a button. However, there are others who gain popularity through becoming viral sensations and top the charts not because they're particularly good at what they do, but because they are willing to do whatever is needed to become famous.

Flex has had enough, and he took to his Twitter account to issue a warning to those that have entered the hip hop arena for fame and not passion, specifically targeting rappers who don't pen their own rhymes. "Hahaha! Attention Gimmick Rappers: You will never be taken seriously when u don’t WRITE your OWN songs!" he wrote. "I’ve seen rappers fade into the wind for years! #ThisIsYourLastSummer #TimesUp."

He shared his tweet on Instagram, adding to the message by writing in the caption: "The same 'social media' they use to blow up quickly is the same 'social media' that pushes them aside for the next wack 'social media' trash rapper!" Who do you consider to be a "social media trash rapper"? Is Flex speaking facts?

Odell Beckham Jr. Not Fazed By Gay Rumors: "It Was Almost More Funny To Me" 

Whether he's wearing a kilt or kicking it with his male friends in a hot tub, football star Odell Beckham Jr. has become the target of rumors that he's secretly living a homosexual lifestyle. Beckham has made it clear that he's heterosexual, but for some reason, the public seems overly concerned with his sexual preferences.  

In his latest GQ cover feature for the magazine's August issue, the Cleveland Browns wide receiver shared his thoughts on the headlines that suggest that he's gay. Beckham said he's never directly addressed the topic, but it wasn't something that offended him. "I've never once had no problem with anybody who has their own personal life that they live," he said. "I have friends who are gay. It was almost more funny to me. I almost messed with them even more. It's like when someone gives me an ultimatum, I'm usually always going to go to the opposite way of what you want me to go. So when they would say that, I would almost mess with them even more. I have no problem with anyone's sexual orientation."

The reasons why people, including the media, believed that Beckham was a closeted homosexual had to do with him dancing on Instagram or because he decided to bleach his hair blond. "Or because they're 'close with other men,'" Beckham added. "Even like little videos where they see me leaned back or something, they'll say that I'm looking at a guy's ass. And I'm like, 'Bro! You don't even know where my mind is at.'"

"It was just a lose-lose," he continued, adding that even when he was with a woman, it wasn't the right "type" of woman. "They'd see me with a white woman and be like, 'Why don't you be with any sisters?' I have no problem with any race. Love is love. If you're attracted to somebody, you're attracted to somebody. There was such a stigma built up, [as though] I don't like my own women. It's like, no, I don't like anybody who annoys me [laughs]."

Nef The Pharoah Drops Off Raunchy New Single "Tap Yo P***y" 

There's no doubt that the Bay Area has been a hub for talent from time. These days, there are a gang of young kids who are making some serious waves and carrying the torch as the next generation of rappers out of the Bay. Nef The Pharoah is among them. Over the years, he's made a name for himself with his albums, The Big Chang Theory, and The Chang Project. But, he's also been releasing a ton of new music as well. Two weeks ago, he linked up with Tyga for "High Voltage." Now, he comes through with a brand new single titled, "Tap Yo Pussy."

Nef The Pharoah is back with a track for the strip clubs on his latest track. "Tap Yo Pussy" is an energetic track that has a very heavy old school West Coast feel to it. 

Peep his latest record below.

Quotable Lyrics
Wobble, wobble, on my dick
I can't stand a bitch who don't swallow, it make me sick
In dem little booty shorty so I could see the pussy print
You outta pocket if you twerkin' and your pussy got a stench

A$AP Rocky's Mom Speaks Out: "Sweden Is Making An Example Out Of Our Boys" 

A$AP Rocky is still in the custody of Swedish officials over an incident that happened a few weeks ago. The rapper's been locked up overseas and the prosecutors have decided to hold him even longer because they believe he's a flight risk. TMZ recently sat down with Rocky's mom, Renee Black, who spoke out about the incident.

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Rocky's mom recently said that she only spoke to her son but she feels like things are working against her and Rocky right now. She admitted that she's feeling hopeless ever since Trump's failed call to Swedish officials in an attempt to try and get Rocky out. "We thinkin' that if the president himself got involved, you know, and contacted who he did -- if that ain't help, what will help?" She asked. 

There are many who believe race has played a factor in Rocky's treatment in Europe. There have even been a few other rappers, including G-Eazy, who've made it abundantly clear that they believe the color of Rocky's skin is why he's being treated the way he is. Rocky's mom alluded to race playing a factor. "I feel like Sweden is making an example of our boys and it's so unjust," she told the cameraman.

"I don't want to call the race card, ok? But, that's what it's looking like," she continued. "If it walks like a duck and it quacks like a duck, then it's a duck."

Peep the clip below. 

OMB Peezy Is Back With New Single "Big Homie" 

OMB Peezy's profile has grown tremendously in the past two years. The Mobile, AL native has consistently dropped heat and kept the streets hot. He's released four projects in the past two years including Loyalty Over Love and Preacher To The Streets which arrived a few months ago. He hasn't stopped applying pressure and now, he returns with his latest drop, "Big Homie."

OMB Peezy takes a more somber tone on his latest drop, "Big Homie." Over guitar-based production and auto-tuned vocals, the rapper's pain his heard on his latest track as he discusses personal experiences in the streets. "I know I can't do nothin' without my iron/ I fucked around and shot the wrong n***a tryna slide," he raps on the record. It's not a banger like his other singles but OMB Peezy continues to showcase his vulnerable side on his record.

Peep "Big Homie" below.

Quotable Lyrics
I hope you n***as ain't forget homie
Young n***a, still a killa, n***a, big homie
Word around town, I'm ridin' 'round with that stick on me
And I'll do a walk through like Rich Homie