Hip Hop Week In Review: Meek Mill, Rick Ross & Vic Mensa

HipHop News Posted on July 30, 2017 at 6:40am

Hip Hop Week In Review: Meek Mill, Rick Ross & Vic Mensa

In addition, an exclusive interview with N. O. R. E. and Twista.

HipHopDX – This week in Hip Hop, Meek Mill released a song dissing Drake, while Trick Daddy tried to ban Meek of Miami. Rick Ross stopped by The Breakfast Club on Monday (July 25), and explained the reason he never had a sign of a female rapper, but quickly issued an apology. We also have an early version of Vic Mensa's album, Autobiography.

Meek Mill Stops The Winning Streak With Drake Diss

Meek Mill has recently shown some growth after his beef with Drake and break up with Nicki Minaj, but shortly after the release of profits And Losses, a radio edit of the song "1942" Flow includes a diss to Drake. It is unsure if the clean version of the song was to be released with the sim included, taking into account their growing maturity. He has recently squashed his beef with 50 Cent as well.

Obviously, Trick Daddy, you don't care about any of that and has revoked Meek Miami move on after some comments he made about Cuban links and yachts during an interview.

#PressPlay #TrickDaddy has a message for #MeekMill 😩

A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on July 23, 2017 10:59 PDT

Needless to say, the Meek do not care what Trick has to say.

Read more about the Meek of the recent string of victories and defeats here.

Rick Ross Admits that He would Expect Sex If you Signed A Woman

Rick Ross admitted that he had never sign a female rapper because there was, finally, wants to "fuck a couple of times."

The offensive of the comments made during The Breakfast Club interview he came with great backlash and prompted an editorial on the subject by HipHopDX Kyle Eustice. Interestingly, Ross issued an apology for the comments in the Thursday (July 27) through Facebook.

Reading Rozay's apology here.

Vic Mensa Drops "The Autobiography"

Vic Mensa gave fans one of the first versions of The Autobiography, July 20, after employing a search of the treasury for the project in Chicago, book stores.

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