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Joe Budden’s Ex-BFF’s Rory + Mal Have Their Own Plans After All

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Former Joe Budden podcast co-hosts Rory and Mal are rumored to be paving their own way with a new podcast. Mal sparked rumors when he posted what seemed to be a promotion for the new show through a social media post. Rory + Mal Podcast in the Works The promotional image Mal shared through social […]

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Kevin Hart Says Joe Budden Podcast Fiasco is “An Example of Poor Leadership”

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It appears everyone is talking about Joe Budden. During an episode of Straight From The Hart, Kevin Hart spoke about the Budden fiasco and stated the rapper turned media personality is “an example of poor leadership.”

“I actually was a supporter of the progression of him and his podcast. From afar. I’m a fan of your growth, I’m a fan of what you’re doing and the conversation behind it. It’s dope. He’s not doing business here, he wants to own it, he wants to control it, that’s dope,” said Hart. “But to see you publically shit on the guys that was with you, that’s an example of poor leadership. That’s an example of why you are where you are. This is why. Here’s the answer. Point blank.”

Hart would go on to shout out Rory and Mal for their efforts.

“You wanna be by yourself, you wanna be King. You can’t do that. You can’t do that. Wealth should be shared, not owned. Facts. So this is a shoutout to Rory and Mal, you guys were dope as fuck at that job, once again I was a fan of that fucking podcast. It’s a sad day to see this shit end when you guys were on your way to what seems to be higher levels of success.”

You can hear it from Hart below.

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Joe Budden’s podcast ends for good: “Helluva run!”

New Jersey rap veteran Joe Budden has called it quits on one of hip-hop’s most popular podcasts. After a few months of uncertainty, the Joe Budden Podcast is apparently finished, as announced by its namesake on social media. Joe Budden says his podcast is done Amid what appears to be a feud between Joe Budden […]

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Weekend Recap: Drake Randomly Targets Joe Budden

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Life is good for Drake, but the chart-topping superstar apparently still hasn’t gotten over an old rap rival. Drake confused his Instagram followers recently when he posted a photo of Joe Budden, the hip-hop veteran and popular podcaster who had a heated rivalry with Drake five years ago. The photo in Drake’s post didn’t have […]

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The JBP Boyz Are Byke To Business: Rory & Mal Return To ‘The Joe Budden Podcast’

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The Joe Budden Podcast went through a lineup change recently when longtime co-hosts Jamil “Mal” Clay and Rory Farrell left for reasons only known to them. On Wednesday (4/28), the JBP Boyz joined host Joe Budden after a few weeks and it appears that loyal fans of the pod are excited about the news.

While Rory and Mal’s presence was definitely missed, Joe Budden’s friends, Ice, and Ish, filled in capably while learning the job of podcasting on the fly. Both men, just like Rory and Mal, have career and business interests not related to the podcast world, but they brought a certain amount of real talk and tough love that fans of the show have rarely witnessed over the past five years.

Fan speculation as to why Rory and Mal vacated their microphone duties has ranged from unspoken beef to money issues and a host of other maladies. While we haven’t listened to the latest podcast episode to know exactly what Rory and Mal’s takes are, it is known that Budden was in contact with Rory over the break and it was apparent Budden missed his friends more than he missed them being co-hosts.

The return to the normal format might be a bit of a shakeup again for some considering the chemistry Ice and Ish provided, along with vocalist Emanny and other random guests. The podcast was just finding a good rhythm with the updated lineup, but the fans were committed to a return of the original crew during the duration.

At any rate, it’s good to see the gang back together. Hopefully, and perhaps with a larger space, Ish and Ice can make it back on later episodes.

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Source: HipHopWired.com

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DJ Akademiks Takes Shots At Rory and Mal From ‘The Joe Budden Podcast’, Calls Budden A ‘Great Creative’

Akademiks Takes Shots At Rory and Mal From 'The Joe Budden Podcast'

DJ Akademiks is letting it fly as his Complex show, Everyday Struggle is coming to an end. He blames his sexist rant towards Chrissy Teigen and beef with Freddie Gibbs earlier this year as reasons for the show’s demise. Now, he is taking shots at Joe Budden Podcast co-hosts, Rory and Mal, calling them “bum ass n*ggas.”

“I’ma be honest with you, I wasn’t with it… Listen, I’m not Rory and I’m not [Mal]. It should be very evident what I built because them bum ass n*ggas are struggling. Facts! I’m gonna be aight. You know what I like about what Joe did?… Joe making millions, he don’t care. You see them little bum ass n*ggas that yall be like Rory and Mini Mal? Them n*ggas is living like check-to-check. Them n*ggas is really down bad. That was never me.”

Ak went on to praise Joe as a creative and for turning Everyday Struggle, into what was supposed to be a weekly show, into a daily show.

“I pulled up to his crib in a $180,000 car. G-Wagon. Facts! I got that from YouTube. I was doing really well, I was making $100,000 a month. We went to Complex, they were giving us $10,000 for—it was supposed to be a weekly show… So we accepted the terms of a daily show. I said, ‘Eh.’ Again, I was never there for money. I didn’t collect a check from them for six months. I’m good already. That’s the parallel in between where I’ve been.”

He then added that he no longer wanted to be seen as a “YouTube guy” and wanted a more mainstream audience.

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Complex’s ‘Everyday Struggle’ Set to End This Month

Complex's 'Everyday Struggle' Set to End This Month

Joe Budden and Migos. Vic Mensa calling DJ Akademiks a bitch. Joe Budden school Lil Yachty on industry contracts and money. Star coming in and making everything different. Everyday Struggle has definitely given us our fair share of moments.

Hip-Hop’s First Take, currently hosted by Nadeska Alexis, Akademiks, and Wayno, will be wrapping up on December 17. The show first premiered in April of 2017, co-created and hosted at the time by Budden.

“Thursday, December 17 is going to be the final episode of Everyday Struggle,” Alexis announced. “For those of you who have been rocking with us since April 2017, you know this has been a very very eventful ride. We’ve had a lot of highs, a lot of lows and I think this is really the end of an era.”

A reason for the end of the show was not specifically stated, however, Akademiks states his role as a controversial figure, and run-ins with Chrissy Tiegen and Freddie Gibbs played a part.

“Yes, it was a very weird moment with the Chrissy Teigen thing, but it wasn’t only that. I received calls from them about other content that they felt I probably shouldn’t been engaged in,” Akademiks said. “I specifically told them, ‘Listen, while you may look at me as the ‘guy’ on your show, I have a whole different brand to run.’”

You can see his Twitch stream below.

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Joe Budden Announces Women-Led ‘See, The Thing Is…’ Podcast and New Network

Joe Budden Announces Women-Led 'See, The Thing Is...' Podcast and New Network

Somebody said Joe Budden was a network. He proved them wrong. After concluding his deal with Spotify, Joe Budden and the squad took a break from recording but not work, announcing The Joe Budden Network and announcing the See, The Thing Is podcast.

“And NOW we get to have some fun….,” Budden opened his Instagram announcement before revealing the show.

“I always say on the pod there are too many topics that we can’t and shouldn’t touch… and that women get to have all the fun… So I’m extremely proud/eager to induce our new podcast ‘See, The Thing Is’ featuring Bridget Kelly, Mandi B and Olivia Dope,” he wrote.

The show will debut on Tuesday, October 7.

You can see the full announcement below and follow The Joe Budden Network here for more updates.

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Joe Budden Says He Declined To Interview 6ix9ine, Calls Him A ‘Manipulative Little F*ck’

Joe Budden Responds to Court Documents Suggesting He Masturbated His Dog

Joe Budden has made his stance on 6ix9ine clear. He revealed on his podcast that he denied a request for an interview with 6ix9ine.

Budden said that he got a call from someone in 6ix9ine’s crew asking him to do an interview with the rapper. They claimed that it would be the biggest interview of Budden’s career. He then asked why 6ix9ine doesn’t want to be interviewed by his best friend DJ Akademiks. He was told, “That is not going to materialize the way that it would if he were with you.”

Budden found out that they offered the interview to Gillie Da Kid as well. The rapper turned podcaster then understood what 6ix9ine was doing. It became clear to Joe that 6ix9ine was trying to get a “co-sign” from someone who is certified and has respect.

“You’re looking to expose something next to someone that’s official,” Budden said. “You’re looking to expose something next to somebody that didn’t fuck with you. That’s called you’re looking for a co-sign. Wow, this little manipulative fuck. Back to manipulating.”

Budden went on to say that he would not do the interview even if it was the biggest interview of his career.

“And now here we are. The fucking Billboard projections come out. Durk ends up moving his album, didn’t want to be associated with that mess,” Joe added. “The projections are lower than what it would take for an artist to travel with nine and 10 security guards everywhere he goes. See, that’s the part the public doesn’t really decipher. It’s not who flopped and who didn’t. It’s what comes in vs. what’s been spent.”

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Joe Budden Responds to Court Documents Suggesting He Masturbated His Dog

Joe Budden Responds to Court Documents Suggesting He Masturbated His Dog

Ever since Joe Budden called out Spotify, he has been at the center of negative headlines. I’m not saying that the former rapper was gearing up to buy the company, but the sequence of events is definitely a coincidence.

First his ex-girlfriend, Tahiry Jose, accused him of being physically abusive and breaking her nose. There was also a leak conversation between the podcast host and his child’s mother and ex-fiancee, Cyn Santana proving her claims that he “dragged her.”

Santana didn’t try to clear Joe’s name and deny the allegations, but she gave us an idea of how the audio “leaked” on the Internet. “I confided in someone that i considered a sister. I confided in someone that, in my eye looked like someone that was genuinely trying to help me and my son and and just helped me figure my life out, you know,” the reality star said in an Instagram livestream.

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Joe did his own Instagram live stream and doubled down on “Cynthia’s” claims on the leaker. “Cynthia looked for guidance in a friend or so she thought was a friend somebody that had been around me for years and years and years and years,” Budden said.

He continued, “In the middle of this breakup this friend will call it for now this friend chose that opportunity to be opportunistic and to leverage my breakup in an attempt to manage Cynthia’s music career. So rocky with her slimy nasty f*cking a** slithered her way into a very vulnerable impressionable hurt and emotional Cynthia.”

He also took the time out to address the allegations that he inappropriately touched his dog.

Now that everyone has said their piece, what are your thoughts on the whole ordeal? Is Joe Budden getting “cancelled”?

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