Tekashi 6ix9ine Claims His Girlfriend Jade Will Become "Bigger Than Cardi B"

Tekashi 6ix9ine launched his new romantic curiosity to DJ Akademiks and his following throughout a dialog shared by way of reside streaming. During the interplay, the main target shifted to his woman’s potential gaining success within the music business. Although 69 implied Jade would wish his assist to chop by way of the noise, he insisted on her impending superstardom, going so far as saying that her success would surpass that Cardi B.

DJ Akademiks shared a snippet their dialog wherein each males engaged in a riled up disagreement. The “STOOPID” rapper defined how he might merely ghostwrite for the aspiring artist: “I am going to write her some sh*t. I will be like,’Yo, Jade. You know what? You gon’ rap at the moment.'”

When he is requested whether or not he thinks Jade “will go like Cardi B,” the rapper replies with confidence: “She’ll go greater.” DJ was adamant about his disagreement with this opinion. He claims that it takes greater than rapping expertise to rise to the sort success achieved by the “Bodak Yellow” star.

He did, nevertheless, appear impressed with Jade when it got here to her booty. 

Drake Gives The Crowd Exactly What They Want On "Aubrey & The Three Amigos" Tour

Drake returned to Canada last night. (One the) crowning glories the Great White North, the actor-turned-rapper-turned-generally-super-famous-person, brought his tour, “Aubrey & The Three Amigos,” for the first a two-night stint in Montreal on a warm Tuesday evening.

The tour already visited Canada at its outset, with back-to-back shows in Drake’s native Toronto, followed by more back-to-back-to-back shows in New York. If we’ve learned one thing from this, it’s that literally where ever Drake goes, he can sell out back-to-back. While tour dates were delayed and rescheduled multiple times, the shows are now running smoothly in each city, whatever production kinks initially hindering the schedule seem to be fully resolved, at least judging from last night’s event.

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Everyone loves Drake. A Drake show, which filled an arena 20,000 people last night, and will fill another 20,000 tonight, is home to any and all kinds faces: Drake is for the children (I spotted many a 10-year old), Drake is for middle-aged women (40-year old women-friends came in pairs), Drake is for groupie bitches who wear their best club fit and just wanna get backstage, and Drake is for the homies who use the opportunity his tour to rock their old Drake gear: VIEWS t-shirts, Summer Sixteen tour tees. Drake is for The People. While the rapper avoids being overtly political for the most part– I mean, he tends to avoid being overtly too far on one side anything, really (can we blame that on the whole Canada thing?)– it seems that he’s chosen this tour to semi-address or reflect on the current landscape in the U.S. We heard him refer to Donald Trump as a “fucking idiot” during one his New York stops, and while he didn’t repeat those exact words last night, he ended the concert by big upping Canada and basically saying something to the effect : hey, U.S., take a cue from a us.

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The venue was already sufficiently full when I walked in to the sounds Roy Woods’ crooning, the OVO-signed opener for the night. He was finishing the song “Drama,” which as it turned out, would be his last song the set, exiting the stage shortly thereafter, to audible excitement for the second act: Migos.

The trio were timely in their entrance, quickly following Roy Woods’, walking out in matching red, green and yellow jumpsuits — recalling an era bygone coordinated girl group outfits, and it was cute as fuck (yes, I can say that). Takef sported the green fit, with those Kurt Cobain-trademark white sunglasses, while Quavo donned a red one and black shades, and Offset was in yellow. The three Migos came out to “Hannah Montana,” with DJ Durel handling track duties, enclosed in a square DJ booth with screens on all sides, while two other I-shaped screen structures were placed on either side the DJ booth. This allowed for Migos to play clips from their music videos and other scenery to accompany their songs throughout the set. Migos’ hard-hitting bangers weren’t able to deliver the exact same punch as you hear in your headphones, simply because the stadium acoustics lose some the intricacies the production. Loud beats become more or less just ‘loud’ with the flares each getting somewhat lost in translation. While it was a drawback their performance, it didn’t do too much to hinder Migos, their voices still clear enough and melodies audible enough to carry any their trap hits to the audience ears. Trap hits are mostly what they performed too, running through “Pipe It Up,” “Fight Night, “Get Right Witcha,” “Slippery,” and “Deadz” before letting the mood sten ever so slightly for “Kelly Price”– that being the closest we’d get to Migos serenading the crowd. However they picked back up the energy quickly as they dove into more Culture cuts, taking fans through “T-Shirt” and “Bad and Boujee.” While Takef was a stand-out among the trio– his deep voice the most clear when it came to performing verses, and the enunciation his words crystalized in the mic– his only f-moment proved to be during “Bad and Boujee,” where he was, seemingly, a bit aimless, walking around the length the stage or else just standing there while his brethren performed. Nonetheless, they ensured to end their set with one their most anticipated songs, “Motorsport,” where Takef was able to shine once more, performing his verse with dexterity.

Although the venue was more or less full by Migos’ set, they still couldn’t hold a candle to the amount noise that would ensue when Drake finally hit the stage around 30-40 minutes later. The type blood-curdling screams that Drizzy is able to extract from an audience is actually insane. Also, does he tell every city that they’re the best audience, ever??? I’ve always wanted to know. Whatever the case, Drake bestowed such an honour on his Montreal crowd last night, repeating it throughout the evening.

His grand entrance was accompanied by a mesh-like screen enclosure, which closed in around him as he walked to the middle the stage, projecting visuals a storm atop him. In a box his own making, Drake performed two Scorpion cuts, “Talk Up” and “Mob Ties,” before the screen lifted and the crowd delivered more ear-stinging screams, as he finally became a clear figure, leading us into “Started from the Bottom.” He quickly brought the crowd into his performance, engaging with the audience in a way that Migos have yet to master completely — especially when the stage is the size an Olympic swimming pool (? honestly I’m not sure how big that stage was, that’s just a hyperbolic but possibly not hyperbolic guess, I do know that Drake was literally sprinting across it to ensure he said “hi” to everyone on each side the stage. Man’s in shape). “It’s us performing tonight,” he told the crowd. Of course. Drake has a tendency to pull f corniness where others could not; a fact he proved last night. It was endearing, ever so polite, to allow us to perform with him. At one point he praised us for doing such a great job, impressed.

He pitted the right side the crowd against the left side the crowd in rapping show-downs throughout the night (the first time, the right side got “Jumpman,” and the left side, otherwise known as my side, got “Both”), and he even managed to identify singular persons in the crowd — course a lady — whom he sung to at one point and then told her, much to the crowd’s pleasure: “don’t look me in my eyes too long, I’ve been single too long.” Very Drake-y.

Drake’s set was divided into two. SIDE A was comprised mostly high-energy records, such as “Know Yourself,” “Yes Indeed” (and shout out Lil Baby, because it was for this record, on which Drake is a featured artist, that we were privy to an awesome flying yellow Ferrari), and then a rapid-fire mash-up hits over the years, from “Trophies” to “Pop Style” to “HYFR” to “The Motto” and more. All the while, Drake’s stage was an ever-changing landscape (clearly taking inspiration from the Cirque du Soleil stage, though) creating an illusion depending on your vantage point. At times, Drake was floating in the clouds, surrounding by flying light bulbs that looked like tiny fireflies, at other times, Drake was standing on cracked pieces drifting concrete, or else he was walking on clear blue water, or perhaps a swimming pool with naked ladies doing the breaststroke, a Scorpion and other haunting creatures coming out from the earth in black and white, a giant scrolling Instagram page, an iPhone phone call, a basketball court made out blue laser lights, a broken heart. The stage was vast, whimsical, and minimalistic, providing an unobstructed view for the audience that surrounded it on all sides, with large TV displays overhead, but no other accoutrement.

After taking a walk down memory lane with the quick succession memorable hits, Migos returned to the stage wearing different but still matching fits, to perform “Walk It Talk It” and “Versace” alongside Drake. Drake would soon disappear from view, leaving us with Migos as they occupied us for a brief sort intermission, giving us a rendition “Stir Fry” while we awaited Drake’s return.

When he did walk back out onto the stage, it was time for SIDE B. SIDE B was, expectedly, a series slower, singing songs, starting f with “That’s How You Feel.” Matching the ‘80s vibes the Michael Jackson-featuring “Don’t Matter to Me,” the stage become a series lit-up blocks that followed Drake’s steps– the best way to describe this, and what it reminded me , is the Fern Gully movie, where they’re jumping across the water, and with each step they make, a part the water lights up. At this point in the evening, I’m getting a whiff someone’s fruity vape pen (or so I assume) but the odour seems so very appropriate/romantic for a Drake show. “We might have to sing a little more,” Drake tells the crowd, which isn’t a bad thing, because his voice is still warming up and he’s getting better with each song he sings– the notes rolling f his throat easier. He takes us through the melodic, wedding-friendly hits from Views, including “Controlla,” “Hotline Bling” and “One Dance.”

We’re nearing the end the night clearly– I say clearly because Drake is working his way through his hits in an almost methodical method, which, if there were any detractors to his set, that might be it. Drake panders to the crowd, wondering in a rhetorical way if we want to hear more (obviously, we do). He proceeds to deliver a few recent guest verses (“Look Alive” and “Sicko Mode”) as well as “In My Feelings” (duh), and “Upset” before he walks f stage, and the room darkens. On the TV screen overhead, we’re treated to a collage throwback video clips– it’s like one those home videos you’d watch at wedding, nostalgia-filled, “through the years.” Very Drake-y. The bearded rapper comes back out once more to perform “God’s Plan.” He doesn’t actually end there; he’s once again found a bit inspiration to speak to the audience on a more serious level, thanking the crowd and telling us:

“Now look at us, now Canada has some the biggest artists in the world, and that’s because you, so I thank you for real. And I wanna say this to you: every night, every night I do shows in America, and I try and share some insight on the world with all those people. And the insight that I share with them, is the insight that I learn from Toronto, from Montreal, from Vancouver, from Ottawa, from everywhere in Canada. And what I tell them every night is, no matter what you see, when you turn on your television in America, no matter how they say how that country is supposed to be run, or how everything is divided, if you look around in this building, you will see 20,000 people, from all races, from all places, and all we’re doing is getting along, and listening to music and enjoying ourselves, and having a good time. And I’ma let you know, that’s some Canada shit.”

Canada shit, indeed.

Porn Stars Use "Fortnite" & Other Video Game Streaming For Extra Income

The massive popularity games like Fortnite has attracted porn stars. Many them have been live streaming their gaming sessions for extra income on platforms such as Amazon’s Twitch or Youtube. Some these individuals have dollar signs in their eyes while others participate in the craze for pure pleasure. Viewers are ten given the option to encourage the entertainers to continue streaming by donating money during the broadcast.

Overwatch and World Warcraft are some the other games the porn stars have flocked to. Prominent names in the adult industry are benefiting from these games as well as lesser-known entertainers. Mia Khalifa, Rahyndee James, and Riley Reid have been partaking in the live streaming practice.

British XXX-actress and game streamer Harriet Sugarcookie has commented on the new trend.

In her opinion, the entertainers, who are usually clothed during their gaming sessions, need to fer real entertainment in order to be successful in their efforts.

Uber & Lyft Driver Caught Livestreaming His Passengers On Twitch

Uber and Lyft have placed one their drivers on suspension after finding out he had been filming customers and streaming the footage online. The driver livestreamed his interactions with his passengers without their consent. The footage was uploaded to Twitch, a platform that is mostly used to livestream video games.

Confidential information was compromised in the process. Full names and addresses were shared in the clips. Private conversations and other intimate interactions were also captured and shared instantly allowing Twitch users to comment on these moments in real-time. 

Although the driver’s accounts have now been deactivated by both Uber and Lyft, legal recourse is unlikely for the passengers. Missouri, the state in which these events took place, does not label this act as illegal because their adherence to “one-party consent.” It only takes the knowledge and consent one participant in a conversation for its recording to be legal in the midwestern state.

The driver, who is named Jason Gargac, affirms that his actions were meant for his own security. The 32-year-old says the livestream would allow for a swift reaction is something were to happen to him: “I feel knowing if something happens, immediately there can be a response versus hopefully, you’ll find my truck in a ditch three weeks later”

Travis Scott Working On "Drugs You Should Try It" Part 2 With FKi 1st

While fans are relatively undecided about what is Travis Scott’s best work to date, many diehards consider “Drugs You Should Try It” to be one their favorites among his catalog. Days Before Rodeo, while nearly four years removed, has not lost its replay value as many the tracks are just as good, if not better, than his album joints. For years, fans have been begging for Astroworld to release and the same supporters seem to believe the album could surprisingly drop within the month. With Travis and his team seemingly finishing up the album in Hawaii, the fans may not even be reaching. During an Instagram Live session, FKi 1st revealed that he and Trav have been working on the follow-up to “DYSTI,” accentuating the already existent layer mystery surrounding Astroworld.

The album could either drop this week or in twenty years. “Coming soon” is a pretty vague term for La Flame but the project will most likely be worth the wait. If the second part to “Drugs You Should Try It” is included on the tracklist, Trav’s cult following will be awakened and will certainly flock to the album. Unless it’s planned as a separate single (which would still be dope,) part two the track will be on Astroworld.

Travis’ crew seems to be in Hawaii right now and if their posts are to be believed, they’re working hard to finish the album. Could Days Before Astroworld be a thing or are we jumping straight to the real thing?

Rich The Kid Defends Girlfriend After Home Invasion: "Tori Brixx Did Not Set Me Up"

Now that Rich The Kid is out the hospital after the terrifying home invasion that took place last week, Rich is finally speaking up about the allegations his estranged wife, Lady Luscious the Twerk Team, has made against his girlfriend Tori Brixx. While some what Luscious has said about her husband, like the cheating claims earlier this year, have come with believable receipts, her words against Tori Brixx seemingly caught a lot people f guard when they were made. Tori Brixx has already defended herself by saying she had nothing to do with setting up the home invasion on Rich The Kid but now, it’s Rich’s turn to stick up for his new girl.

Many believed that Tori had organized the incident, setting up Rich to be robbed his cash and jewelry but, according to her, she was just as much a victim as him. Finding creative ways to roll his Backwoods with one available arm on Instagram Live recently, RTK was released from the hospital and did not have much to say. The rapper echoed his girlfriend’s sentiments, telling anybody tuned in to his live stream, “Tori Brixx did not set me up.” Some his fans think Rich is capping and that he was, indeed, set up by Brixx but with both parties claiming she should not be held responsible, it looks like there’s not much investigating to do on that end.

With Chris Brown’s HBOAFM Tour starting tomorrow night, Rich’s status as an opener on the tour is still up in the air. However, if he can successfully roll a blunt with one hand, he can probably hold a mic comfortably and should be good to go.