Hip Hop Week In Review: Young Thug, Rittz, And Las Vegas Shooting

HipHop News Posted on October 8, 2017 at 5:28am

Hip Hop Week In Review: Young Thug, Rittz, And Las Vegas Shooting

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HIPHOPDX – This week in Hip Hop, Young Thug was in line asking for his fianceé again in the midst of rumors of deception. Rittz released his last album with Strange Music, Last Call, and stopped by the HipHopDX offices in Hollywood to talk about it.

Also, the Possibility that The Rapper Rick Ross, Vic Mensa, and Russell Simmons, among others, the Hip-Hop notables — shared their condolences to the people who lost their lives during a shooting on the las Vegas Route 91 Harvest country music festival.

Young Thug Deals With Cheating Rumors

Young Thug reportedly was caught cheating on his fianceé Jerricka Karlae with his friend, but he insists that he was not. He published a denial and asked for a second chance in the social media before the bending in the spectators with their sneakers of Balenciaga's mid-apology.

From the desk of #YoungThug

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Just to make things clear, Karlae twitter that she is in the market, indicating that Thugger's apologies have fallen on deaf ears. The rapper from Atlanta doesn't seem to be as well.

"What market?" he replied in a quoted retweet. "Bitch u goin to die OnGod."

Read more about Young Thug and Jerricka Karlae public of the rupture from here.

Rittz Ends Run With Strange Music

Although the Last Call is Rittz's last album with the Strange Music, in the southern lyricist clarified that all is well between him and the label.

"[It's] my last album contract with the Music is Strange, but everything is good with the Strange," Rittz said DX. "I signed a four-album contract with Strangers and my contract is up, so it's time to figure out what to do next. Everything is good, though. The business will not stop running with Strangers. We had a great conversation with Travis, with the Technology".

Last Call earned a 3.9 rating from HipHopDX, who described it as "a good collection of soul-baring

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