By Rob Markman
Lil Wayne has no shortage of dookie-inspired rhymes. On “Steady Mobbin’” he bragged, “Big house, long hallways, got 10 bathrooms, I can sh-- all day” and on Tha Carter II’s “Money On My Mind” Weezy had some not-so-nice words for the commode when he spit, “Dear Mr. Toilet Bowl, I’m the sh--.”
Weezy has never been shy about detailing the movement of his bowels and while on the set of Birdman’s “Y.U. Mad” video last week, Wayne let it all out.
“My name Lil Wayne, my stomach hurts, I gotta sh-- very bad,” he informed MTV News upon his arrival on set. Read More...
By Hillary Crosley, with reporting by Josh Horowitz
"One of the things that I learned, the hardest thing to do is be still. When you don't know what to do, be still. He mastered that. And therefore, when he jumped forward and has something to say, he spoke the truth with it. That's a genius. That's what makes great film work. He was there from the beginning. I actually learned more from watching him, 'cause he taught me to be still."
- Terrence Howard on what he's learned from 50 Cent's acting ability. The actor said 50 is a more than capable actor. The two worked together on Fif's first film, "Get Rich or Die Tryin'." And according to the veteran actor ("Hustle & Flow," "Crash," "Ray"), he actually learned more from 50 than the other way around.
Where 50 might be "still" in the cinematic world, he's definitely not in the rap arena. Recently, the G-Unit general took to Twitter and New York's Hot 97 radio station where he took credit for taking down the hip-hop video site WorldStarHipHop. Read More...
By Hillary Crosley, with reporting by Rahman Dukes
"I've always had that Pittsburgh pride. I just wanted to let people know where I'm from and represent any way I can, and what better way than through our colors? I took that hometown pride and put it in a song."
- Wiz Khalifa said in a statement released by his label when news that the lanky MC would perform his "Black and Yellow" anthem on Sunday (January 23) during the AFC championship gig surfaced. The Pittsburgh Steelers triumphed over the New York Jets, even with all of the creative "GangGreen" songs that crept onto the radio over the last 72 hours in the Big Apple. Read More...
"When you're a boss bitch, you give it up. Send her a Chanel bag or something. If you're winning, you're winning. That's just how I see it."
- Foxy Brown talked to MTV News last summer about how she would like to salute Nicki Minaj's success. It was such a classic line that we here at RapFix had to bring it back. The femcee recently dropped her oft-delayed "Massacre" track, which was originally slated to hit the Internet during the Yuletide when it was called "Christmas Massacre" but as time passed, so did the title.
"First the bitch wanna hate on Foxy," she spits. "Ten years later, now she hating on Minaj, whoa." Read More...