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My Fox Atlanta reports the incident happened at the Velvet Room club, located in Chamblee Tucker Road in DeKalb County, during an album release party for Ross. DeKalb police noted that the shooting happened at around 3 a.m. after a dispute between the club DJ and another man in the back parking lot. Continue reading
*50 Cent offered his two cents on the sexuality of Sean “Diddy” Combs and Rick Ross on Sunday, suggesting the two hip hop artists are gay lovers.
50 posted two pics to Instagram. One showed a pink-shirted Steve Stoute embracing a pink-shirted Diddy. The other shows Diddy and Rick Ross from an angle that makes it look like they’re kissing.
“I ain’t saying nothing, but something ain’t right. Lmao,” he captioned the photo. He took the pics down a short time later.
The photos were the latest in 50′s ongoing feuds with the rap titans — Stoute recently appeared in a VH1 documentary about hip hop, in which he called 50 a has-been.
*Rick Ross is clarifying a line from one of his songs that addresses the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.
On the track “Black & White” from his latest album “Mastermind,” Ross raps, “Trayvon Martin, I’m never missing my target,” which some have perceived to mean that he is comparing his success to George Zimmerman gunning down the teen.
After the lyrics sparked controversy, Ross, 38, issued a statement to Vibe.
*I think I speak for a lot of normal black people when I say that I sometimes grow tired of the rapper Rick Ross.
Ross has always been a creative, yet relatively useless public figure in the past, but his recent disrespect for the legacy of Trayvon Martin might be the straw that breaks the fat man’s back.
Rick’s use of Trayvon’s name in the song “Mastermind” could be subject to interpretation, and he’s being very careful to try to brush it over.