LeBron James' "Groupie Luv" Fuels Rick Ross To Complete "Port of Miami 2"

If the “LeBron likes a mediocre rap tune” meme wasn’t sufficient, the Los Angeles Lakers’ ahead continues to blur the traces between rapping and ballerism. Bear in thoughts, Rick Ross shouldn’t be a mediocre rapper, however the reality LeBron James reached out to him is fairly humorous given the character Bron’s famous rap groupieism.


But I digress, urging Rick Ross to complete Port Miami II as he did two days in the past, is hardly a foul initiative on his half. Port Miami II is the feel-good story that rap wants after a mournful 2018.

On Wednesday, Bron bought proper in his ear social media by inferring that Ross was engaged on Port Miami II with little or no (deserved) fanfare. “Talk to me bro! I would like some that slick speak u be on. I do know you engaged on that venture.” Rozay responded immediately saying, “Yes Sir!!.” The alternate continued into the week.

During LeBron James’ profitable tenure with the Miami Heat, Rick Ross was one the extra ardent supporters cheering him on from the entrance row. With Rick Ross’ jolly presence near the scorer’s desk, the Miami Heat had been in a position to elevate three championships within the span a decade, two which accounting for LeBron James’ dynastic run with the “massive three.”

Be looking out for Port Miami II!

Chief Keef Eludes Gunfire After Alleged Shooting Incident In NYC

Chief Keef was the target gunfire outside the W Hotel in Manhattan at 6 am. Observers the situation will undoubtedly implicate Tekashi 6ix9ine, because hypothetical evidence and the rapper’s geolocation.

Chief Keef and a few his cohorts, namely Lil Reese and Tadoe, have been feuding with Tekashi online. The feud seems to have originated when Tadoe called on Tekashi to lose his girlfriend’s number. We know how that ended.

Tekashi took matters to another level when he claimed Chief Keef and Lil Reese weren’t “about that life.” At yet we have no reason to believe is connected to the shooting. TMZ seems to believe he still taking temporary residency in Los Angeles.

All bluffs aside, Chief Keef was in NYC this week nailing down a verse on Trippie Redd’s new record, when everything came to a boiling out. After a night drinking, Chief Keef returned to front lobby the W Hotel. Moments later he was allegedly “shot at” by unnamed assailants. Police discovered shell casing on the scene and are looking for “2 black males wearing black hoodies who fled the scene.” The shooting doesn’t strike me in the least a mere stick-up, especially with the details we have at our disposals.