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Birdman Opens Up On How He Felt When Lil Wayne Dissed Him

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50 Cent: "There’s A Place For Bad Music. It’s Called Television" #TRU

50 Cent explains his personal ambition that led to the success of "Power."

50 Cent says that the making of the Starz television program Power was an example of persevering with your vision even if people don't see it right away.

"You've went, met with networks, pitched it, and they didn't respond to it immediately," 50 Cent says at the Southpaw media day in Los Angeles, "and you're going, 'Something's wrong with these people. They didn't hear what I just said because this is it right here' and they still didn't just, didn't accept it the first time."

The G-Unit boss says that the creator of Power, Courtney Kemp Agboh, was about ready to give up on the project after a year and a half of pitching, but 50's idea for a total package finally gave the show the success that he envisioned. He says he wrote about 10 songs based on the characters of the show. The rapper says that the quality of the music, along with the quality of the show itself, finally put the idea over the top.

"There's a place for bad music, it's called television," 50 says. "That's where it goes. That's someone's cousin, someone's friend just put that shit at the end of the scene. It's cool. That's where that ends up. So when you play music that's up to standard and you say that there's no additional cost for it, it's because of how well the project is gonna be and put together, that they listen and people are intrigued by the music at the same time so this is a good deal."

Power has been granted a third season and the premier of the second season was the most-watched episode for a Starz original series.

50 says his personal ambition has allowed him to wear several hats, from rapping to acting to executively producing the television program. But he says he can't do it alone.

"I'm able to have tunnel vision," he says. "Ambition I don't think is a learned behavior. I think it's a part of a person's natural character. I think for me, I can convince myself that the project is a success and that's what allows me to have a lot of passion for the project, to work hard enough to make it a success. A lot of times, people need some support. They need someone around to believe in it as much as they believe in it for the moment that it doesn't feel like it's gonna be that."

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Meek Mill Releases Retaliation To Drake

Meek Mill drops a 15-second retaliation to Drake, which is just him screaming.

If you weren't already mad at Funkmaster Flex's whiff at providing fans a Meek Mill retaliation to Drake's recent shot at him with "Charged Up," Hip Hop fans widely are disappointed with Meek's actual response.

Taking to Twitter, Meek Mill decided to release the diss himself. However it wasn't a song or a rant. It was just him screaming over a 15-second track called "Beautiful Nightmare." While the Philadelphia native seemed to think the whole thing was funny, his fans didn't.

Twitter was up in arms about the occurrence. Statik Selektah took to the social media site to relay his disappointment.

"Drake won. Meek just pulled some love and hip hop ass shit. Rap just took an L," he said. "We went from the G-unit vs everybody era to the Social media gossip non rapping ass era. Tune in Thursday night @Shade45 ... I'm going in."

Listen to Meek Mill's latest retaliation to Drake below:

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David Banner Suing Lil Wayne Over Unpaid Royalties

Lil Wayne may be locked in a legal dispute with his label Cash Money

Records, but it appears he is being hit with a lawsuit from another rapper. TMZ reports David Banner is suing Wayne for unpaid royalties.

[ALSO READ: Lil' Wayne Reportedly Did Not Drop The Lawsuit Against Birdman]

According to the website, Banner claims to have signed a contract with Wayne's imprint Young Money in 2008. The Mississippi emcee says YM owes him $138,787 for producing Tha Carter III tracks "La La" and "P*ssy Monster." He also believes he has been denied $15,392 for the 2009 track "Streets Is Watchin" off the We Are Young Money compilation.

Wayne's $51 million fight for unpaid royalties and advances with Cash Money became public late last year. Legal documents from the suit hit the internet in January. The case includes Wayne suing CMR for other artists hitting Young Money with legal action because of Cash Money's negligence.

Banner is set to release his next studio album The God Box later this year. The project is likely to feature the song "My Uzi" featuring fellow Mississippi rapper/producer Big K.R.I.T.

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Nicki Minaj Announces BET Show

Nicki Minaj performed at the Barclay's Center on "The Pinkprint Tour."

On Instagram today (July 27), Nicki Minaj announced that she's working on a BET show.

"BET was filming my show last night for a special we're working on," she says for the caption of a picture of her performing with Lil Wayne. "Can't wait for u guys to see it. Love u BET! New York, I can't even explain your energy last night. I just know I've never felt anything like it. Thank you."

The picture is from yesterday's show (July 26) at the Barclay's Center, the Brooklyn stop of "The Pinkprint Tour."

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Eyes Everywhere!

So a woman is sitting next to her hubby at a baseball game, (allegedly) sexting another man when a pair of young ladies over her shoulder figure out what's going on.

It's the Braves versus the Dodgers on the field, but in the stands, it's Upright Citizens versus Lying Hoe.

That's the characterization of the Upright Citizens, by the way, not mine.

Their names are Brynn and Delana Hinson, and when they saw what was going on, they snapped some pix of the explicitexts.

Not only that, they wrote a note to the hubby on the night's player roster that read:
"Your wife is cheating on you. Look at the messages under Nancy! [It's] really a man named Mark Allen. There [are] pictures on my phone. [I]f she has deleted the messages... Sorry, just thought you should know!"

That was Delana, and she even gave the guy her phone number. They say he called for the pix later on.

Uh oh...
 
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If You Plan to Fly - Ever! - Do Not Watch This Video

I'm already a terrible flyer.

When I do fly, I have to buy another ticket for my flying companion, Xanax.

But even he couldn't have helped with this landing.

A KLM pilot brought an airliner in for a wobbly landing at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on Saturday, and the video has gone viral.

Getting pushed from side to side by strong winds, it looks at one point that the plane might actually tip over.

The touchdown was uneventful, but you couldn't pay me enough to be on the KLM clean-up crew for that particular flight...
 
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Goodbye, Dr. Huxtable... Hello, Mr. Hyde

It's one of the saddest falls from grace ever.

Bill Cosby, one of the most respected entertainers of the 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond, is now one of the most reviled men on the planet.

To date, 46 women have come forward, accusing the comedian of heinous acts.

This week, New York magazine pictures 35 of them on the cover - along with an empty chair, for the next victim.

A sad story all around.
 
 

So far, 46 women have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault, in some cases, according to a recently unsealed deposition, with the aid of quaaludes—a powerful sedative that can render a person functionally immobile. But these allegations are by no means new, with some stretching back decades—to a time when the culture of rape in America left victims little recourse but to suffer silently, and in shame. Today, the way we think and talk about rape has evolved, creating a safer space for survivors to feel empowered by speaking up and reclaiming their victimhood. And that’s led us here. Of the 46 women who have come forward to accuse Cosby, we spoke to 35 of them — “a sorrowful sisterhood” of women united by their dark experiences, steadfast in their resolve to remain silent no more. Read more: nymag.com/cosby-women. ?: Amanda Demme

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Hut One, Hut Two, Boo Boo BOO!

This is a pretty funny video.

One of the coaches of the Ohio State University football team dressed up like one of the mannequins in the hallway at the training facility, and waited for unsuspecting players to pass.

Then, he pounced!

Most of the players jumped. One guy was pretty nonchalant about it.

But the last guy not only jumped, he tumbled over.

Very funny prank. Nicely played, Coach!

 
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