Real recognize real. Last night, Drake took a break from his ongoing Aubrey & The Three Amigos tour to enjoy some music as a fan. As such, he hit up the Detroit stop the On The Run 2 tour to catch Jay-Z & Beyonce live and direct. Naturally, Drizzy was granted-side stage access, spending the the quiet moments mingling and networking like a true champion. After the set, Drake made sure to catch up with his longtime collaborator, with whom he laid down bangers like “Light Up,” “Pound Cake,” and “Talk Up.”
Greeting each other like long lost homies, Jay and Drake dapped up and proceeded to share ideas. Afterward, the pair linked up for a photo for the ages. One has to wonder where Beyonce might be; perhaps she took the photograph, or was f catching up with DJ Khaled, who was also in attendance. In any case, it’s clear that Jay-Z and Beyonce have some serious pull.
It does raise the question whether or not The Carters will return the favour. After all, Drake and Migos are set for a pair Detroit shows, kicking f tonight and tomorrow. It wouldn’t be surprising to see hip-hop’s biggest power couple standing stage-side; perhaps Jay-Z will even hold it down for a brief guest spot. Clearly, Detroit rap fans are eatin’ right now.
As this Tuesday afternoon reaches evening, Cardi B had some thoughts about people using the term ‘boss’ so loosely and decided to tell her Instagram followers about it. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper has been on a high since bringing home the Best New Artist award at this weekend’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, living a boss lifestyle for a minute. However, Cardi would rather be living the simple life as she questions women’s obsession with being ‘bosses.’ The leader the Bardi Gang chimed in on women who proclaim themselves as bosses, outlining the necessary criteria to determine your boss status.
Cardi is in full pajamas as she begins her stream consciousness, “Dear everybody, I know I look a little f-cked up. I ain’t going out nowhere.” She continues by critiquing the widespread use the term, “These b-tches have an assistant and they swear that they a boss. A boss is somebody that gotta take care multiple people. A boss is somebody that, the bill, the invoices that come every week, you gotta pay that sh-t. Like, me – I don’t want to be a boss.”
All things considered, it can’t be fun to watch the money you earn go towards countless expenses on a weekly basis like Cardi is saying. It’s like paying rent multiplied by a hundred. On the other hand, people see a way life that is portrayed and they want to escape their own lives to live as a celebrity, without thinking the negatives included in that lifestyle. Do you think Cardi is speaking real talk about the ‘boss’ lifestyle?