The Lebron James-Kyrie Irving thing briefly became the Lebron James-Stephen A. Smith thing. However, Kyrie made sure to remind everyone he’s still pissed at Lebron by taking the petty step of unfollowing James on social media. [Related: Lebron James accused of leaking info about Kyrie Irving trade request.] Now there’s speculation Kyrie shaded his still-teammate further with a snapchat video in which he sings the Skylar Grey track ‘Coming Home’.
“I’m Coming Home” was the caption on the Sports Illustrated cover article when James decided to return to the Cavs in 2014, and became a theme of the homecoming. Do you think that’s a musical shot from Kyrie, or is he just happy to be returning to the US after some time abroad?
Meek Mill is still mad at DJ Akademiks. This time, it’s for not posting his new album Wins & Losses. [Related: Stream Wins & Losses.] Earlier this year, Akademiks said that Meek sent him a direct message and warned him not to disrespect him anymore. In a new interview, the DreamChaser sat down with Philly station Power 99 and blasted the Everyday Struggle host for not promoting his Wins & Losses album. “We need some fly bloggers,” said Meek. “Because most of these bloggers, they on these blogs speaking on our culture, and they don’t know anything about it. Some of them got influence. You might see Akademiks’ page. They post everybody’s album. They ain’t gonna post no Meek Mill album … They ain’t posting my album. When we see them, we’ll have a little talk about it. It’s the game.” Afterward, the conversation turned to Trick Daddy, who ripped Mill earlier this week for saying he got the kids in Miami to focus on yachts rather than guns. Miami vets JT Money and Uncle Luke also chimed in on Meek’s comments. “I come from Philadelphia,” said Meek during the interview. “All our OGs, they don’t get on Instagram where we’re from. If they wanna say something to somebody, they get in contact with them and they say it to them. Especially when it’s that type of level of anger. I worked hard on this album. I don’t think you should be able to go on Instagram and just rant and go crazy and then be mentioned in an interview … Everybody in the industry knows there’s only one way to handle Meek Mill when you see him … When you see people flip on the Internet about me, I will always be handled with respect in live person. That’s just that.” What do you think about Meek’s comments on Trick Daddy, and should he really be mad at DJ Akademiks for not posting his album when he supposedly threatened him on Instagram?
If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the run-up to the Mayweather-McGregor fight it’s that Conor is a master troll. However, Floyd might have a trollish trick up his sleeve for their August 26th battle. According to Love & Hip Hop star and TMT member Jason Lee, Mayweather’s camp may be reaching out to Nate Diaz. “Listen, I don’t know, but I’m from Stockton, California and I was just in London with Floyd when the whole shit went down with Conor,” Lee told TMZ. “And I’m gonna make a call to Nate Diaz. I would love to see him walk out with Floyd.” Mayweather has made it a point to call McGregor out for tapping out during his UFC 196 fight with Diaz. [Related: McGregor taunts Mayweather over domestic abuse.] Now Floyd could be walking to the ring with the man who made McGregor into a “quitter.”
Yesterday, we reported that Drake put a tattoo of Lil Wayne’s face on his body. We got that information — like everyone else did — because Drizzy shared this photo on his Instagram page.
It turns out the Wayne face tat is five months old and we just weren’t paying enough attention to Drizzy’s tricep. TMZ reports Drake got the ink when he was overseas and sent Wayne a photo soon after he did. Weezy was “beyond floored and honored, since loyalty’s a big deal with him,” according to TMZ’s sources. [Related: Drake is now tattooing people.] No word on whether Wayne plans on returning the favor with a Drake tattoo. How would you feel if one your buddies got a tattoo of you?
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