|Hip-Hop isn't dead. It's just getting ready to obtain its AARP card! Jeezy and Rozay bury the hatchet.|
While Papa Jeezy is preparing for a legal fight after a dispute with his own son, he decides to bury the hatchet with longtime foe Rick Ross.
Sometime ago, the Snowman got into it with Rozay at the BET Awards and it made it through the racist right social networks. Now these two are in the studio working on a single for Rozay's Mastermind album. The album is highly anticipated this year and it seems like there's no business like the show business.
Rappers are putting their ego aside (for now) and decide to make the music, worth the buy!
People couldn't understand what drove this feud to the brink of almost becoming a violent event?
Well we can thank Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, the king of feuding.
|Fat Joe and 50 Cent.|
But now at album time, he's been pushed back farther than a messed up hairline. His long delayed Street King Immortal is indefinitely suspended. It seems like his days at Interscope may soon come to an end.
Now I've heard that 50's decided to bury the hatchet with Fat Joe. I know that DJ Kay Slay has brought them together. I mean they were both managed by the late rap mogul Chris Lighty.
I've heard this story all the time. A rap feud where one calls out another over a dispute. It's been there done that. It's a part of the entertainment complex where rappers continue to brag about their "cred" and how they can motivate those albums sales.
I've seen it through the rap feuds. Notable acts involved in feuds include Dr. Dre, Ice Cube against NWA, Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Benzino, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, 50 Cent, Ja Rule, The Game, Jadakiss, Beanie Sigel, Lil' Kim, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Drake, Lil' Wayne, Pusha T, Nas and Jay-Z.
Nowadays, as they get older, the beef stuff is getting old and people aren't buying into the macho cred!