Vixen Sophie Brussaux is serious about her aerobic ability. The popular model went to her Instagram page to share a glimpse at herself pulling off the viral Red Cup Challenge. Despite using a transparent cup, rap star Drake‘s former girlfriend and baby mother still slays the challenge.
Drake is not feeling T.I. these days. On Friday (Oct. 16) the Atlanta rapper dropped his 7th studio album, The L.I.B.R.A. (The Legend Is Back Running Atlanta). The album featured many notable cameos including Young Thug, Lil Baby, Snoop Dogg, Jeremih and more. While the projects features those high profile guests, it recently made headlines after Tip confirmed some shocking information.
On his track “We Did It Big,” the T.I. rapper confirms that his friend urinated on Drake back in 2010 T.I. raps, “
“While I’m fightin’ my own somehow got you home So drunk in LA, end up pissin’ on Drake, sh*t F**k it, that’s still my brother Since back in the trap house”
During their highly publicized beef back in 2015, Meek Mill alleged that the incident occurred. Seasoned Hip-Hop journalist clarified the incident back in 2015, following Meek’s allegations.
“so i was asked to clarify that the alleged pee incident was like unintentional splatter lol… not a golden shower. he was just really drunk.”
Many were shocked at the confirmation, but it is not the scene that one may assume. Well Drake was not feeling the line from T.I.’s song. Therefore, he unfollowed the ATL rapper on Instagram.
The overwhelming anticipation of Drake’s upcoming album continues to grow. Over the past few months, we’ve gotten hints from the OVO camp, the Boy himself and even DJ Akademiks. Back in the July, Drizzy released the Lil Durk assisted, “Laugh Now Cry Later.” The track debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and remained in the top 10 until recently. In addition, we have seen many of his friends don the CLB merch including Swae Lee, Fabolous and many more. The CLB merch package includes t-shirts, hats, jackets and more.
So far the exclusive gear has only been seen on celebrities and influencer. Fans have been anticipating both the gear and the album. It is assumed that they will be available once the album drops, but a date has yet to be confirmed. A Certified Lover Boy truck was spotted over the weekend by a fan. It is safe to assume that the OVO CEO is loading up on more CLB merch and an album announcement can be coming soon.
The superstar artist is set to celebrate his 34th birthday on Saturday (Oct. 24). An album can possible come a day before Drake’s birthday. If not, then we are headed towards November. Take Care is the only Drake project to release this late in the year. So far the only confirmed song from CLB is “Laugh Now Cry Later.” Hopefully the album is released this Friday, where we can celebrate its release along with the 34th birthday of Champagne Papi.
T.I. recently dropped his latest album The L.I.B.R.A. and confirmed a years old rumor that one of his friends urinated on Drake back in 2010.
T.I. confirmed the rumor in the song “We Did It Big,” featuring John Legend. In the song, T.I. raps about his friend Terrance Beasley, aka Cap, who was killed in prison last year. “While I’m fightin’ my own somehow got you home,” T.I. raps. “So drunk in LA, end up pissin’ on Drake, shit/Fuck it, that’s still my brother since back in the trap house,” T.I. raps.
The incident happened back in 2010 during a screening of the Idris Elba and Chris Brown movie, Takers. Drake and Beasley were at the screening, and Beasley was so drunk that he began to urinate on himself. Somehow some of it got on Drake.
The incident was brought up in Meek Mill’s diss track towards Drake “Wanna Know” during their beef in the summer of 2015. “You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater ni**a, we ain’t forget/Real ni**as back in style this shit is lit/This that Ja Rule shit and 50 Cent,” Meek rapped. The bar went largely unnoticed due to many believing that Meek’s diss was inferior to Drake’s “Back to Back.”
It looks like Drake has tapped into his A&R bag for Meek Mill. Champagne Papi recently hopped in the comment section of the Philly rapper’s IG post to suggest a new track. It has been some time since Meek Mill has dropped music. Following the success of his platinum album, Championships, the Dreamchasers CEO is taking his time with his next project. His previous two single releases “Other Side of America” and “Believe.” The latter featured Justin Timberlake.
Early on Friday (Oct. 16), Drake encouraged his friend to drop an unreleased track. Based on his distinguishing catalog and career, Drake has one of the best ears for music ever. If he recommends a song, it is like that it is a hit. According to HNHH, the track feature both Roddy Ricch and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Both artists are proven hitmakers. Ricch held the No.1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for more than 12 weeks in 2020. A Boogie has had his share of success. Both artists have collaborated with Meek before.
A man that is claiming that Drake and others assaulted in him at a club in Los Angeles in 2018 has taken it up a notch and is asking that the situation be heard by a judge.
According to a report from TMZ, Bennet Sipes is suing Drake, football star Odell Beckham Jr. and Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-beau Younes Bendjima for an alleged assault that occurred outside of L.A. hot spot Lady Delilah.
Sipes has included the venue in the lawsuit as well.
Sipes says he suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was attacked by Drizzy and Beckham’s entourages in an alley next to the club, while Drake and Beckham themselves allegedly observed the entire ordeal, which was caught on video. Sipes even claims that Drake gave him the “off with the head” gesture as he left the VIP room of the club.
Sipes is citing “past and future pain and suffering, medical bills, lost future earnings, past and future emotional distress and punitive damages” in his $250,000 lawsuit.
Neither of the parties mentioned in the suit have yet to publicly respond to the allegations,
TheSource.com will update this story as details develop.
It surely hasn’t been a good year, unless you’re Drake of Future.
Back in January, before things went left, Future dropped his Drake-assisted single “Life Is Good” off of his eighth studio album High Off Life. The single earned its gold certification after just two weeks of being released, and its platinum certification less than a month after being released.
Just last week on October 8th, the single received its seventh platinum certification. The music video has surpassed over a billion views on YouTube as well.
This is good news especially for Drake who has fans waiting for his upcoming album Certified Lover Boy. There is speculation that the album is supposed to release next Friday, October 24th.
The drought is almost over. Two whole summers have passed since rap star Drake last dropped an album but the Grammy-winning rapper’s newest project Certified Lover Boy is near. Drake Links With Longtime Collaborator 40 No official date has been given for the impending release of Certified Lover Boy but speculation is that Drake’s sixth […]
In an exclusive interview with Hollywood Unlocked, one-third of the legendary R&B trio TLC, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, tells how the music industry completely shunned her and Chilli following the untimely death of TLC frontwoman Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in 2002.
“Honestly, when Lisa died, the whole industry turned on us. Ev-er-y-body,” T-Boz stated three minutes into the interview. “They was like, ‘It’s over for them. They’re never going to do it again.’”
T-Boz then goes on to name several people within the industry that she feels contributed to the blackballing of the group. She name-dropped ATL-based music bigwig L.A. Reid when she mentioned: “all the big execs who we put on the map, made them all kind of millions.”