Jay doesn’t do too much bloggin’, but today he fired up his Twitter account and fielding questions from fans. Sorry, Elliott, looks like Hov’s taking his #CRWN home.
Over the last year, we’ve witnessed online wars, R&Beef, and even some truces.
With Yelawolf’s album in stores today, Eminem fired up his Twitter account and interviewed him through his tweets. Read the remaining eight questions after the jump. Eminem: Where you at celebrating the release of #radioactive? U are a true fan. How’s it feel to finally have #radioactive out there? Yelawolf: Sup cracker dick?… I’m in a JackDaniels bottle homie… Watchin 8mile again… shits crazy… it really happened.
Yea, until another media controversy ensues. Anyway, Lupe tweeted below that he’s done slanging in the tweets. Shortly after, Nikki Jean entertained his 722K followers by taking over the account to plug her LP. I’m quitting twitter. it was fun while it lasted…thanks for the support on #lasers and i will see you all on the road soon…don’t forget…Love Always Shines Everytime Remember 2 Smile…. lupEND
A few hours ago, things got poppin’ on Twitter between Chris Brown and Odd Future’s Frank Ocean and Tyler, The Creator. What started out as a compliment from Chris and a misunderstanding from Ocean, made a turn for the worst. Yikes! Christopher lost his cool, Tyler retaliated and the back and forth carried on until referee Chuck Taylor played peacemaker. Grab a bucket of popcorn and see what you missed below.
Last September, Fabolous said he was approached by the staff at Twitter to contribute to a coffee table book based on his Trending Topics. After seven months of thinking it over, Fab speaks on his potential move to publishing. Retweet that.
Maino appeared on The Morning After With Angela Yee today and explained why he loves to retweet negative comments on Twitter directed towards him. What more can he say, hi hater!
[vodpod id=Video.4462090&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%3D573449%26amp%3Buri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A573449] During Fabolous’ Rap Fix Live stream, he says the folks over at Twitter Inc. approached him about creating a coffee table book of his trending topics. Sounds interesting, but nothing tops Kramer’s publishing venture. Ha!
Before the ball drops, Funk Flex got some things to get off his chest via his Twitter account.