The snitching allegations surrounding Finesse2tymes are gaining traction on social media, spurred by a recent video shared by No Jumper on Instagram. In the video, an individual claiming to be a member of the Memphis Crips asserts that the rapper provided names of associates involved in a robbery, including the speaker himself, several years ago.
Describing the situation as “real,” the man in the video mentions finding Finesse2tymes’ name in the paperwork related to the case. The response in the comments section varied, with some defending the rapper, while others made jokes at his expense. One commenter expressed skepticism, stating, “I trust any n***a talking bout jail allegations if they making a video on an android frfr.”
These snitching allegations first surfaced last year through 1090 Jake but gained renewed attention when DJ Akademiks brought them up amid his feud with Finesse2tymes. Akademiks, during a live stream, offered a monetary reward for information from the alleged victim, challenging them to share the instances where Finesse2tymes supposedly snitched.
In response to Akademiks’ claims, Finesse2tymes addressed the situation in his single “Click Bait.” In a verse, he called out Akademiks and others, rapping, “Tell The Shade Room this/Tell Say Cheese that/Tell 1090 Jake he a b***h, I’ll put 100 on Wack. Mob calls but I told you I was a don/I’m really one of them ones/Hold up, Akademiks you a bum.”
Stay tuned for further developments on the Finesse2tymes snitching accusations
Nardo Wick Faces Criticism on “50 Women vs 1 Rapper” for Sobriety Stance
Nardo Wick recently made an appearance on the popular YouTube series “50 Women vs 1 Rapper,” where he found himself under scrutiny for his stance on sobriety. During the show, which features women interviewing rappers as potential partners and voting on their compatibility, Wick was labeled as “boring” by one of the participants due to his refusal to indulge in alcohol or drugs.
In a revealing moment, a woman dressed in white questioned Wick about his drinking habits, to which he responded that he rarely drinks, especially not during events or hostings. This prompted the woman to dismiss him as a “boring” individual, expressing a preference for someone more inclined towards substance use for fun.
Wick defended his stance, asserting that one doesn’t need drugs or alcohol to enjoy oneself. This exchange highlighted the contrast between Wick’s sober lifestyle and societal expectations within certain circles of the entertainment industry.
This is not the first time Wick has openly discussed his sobriety. In a previous interview on the Off The Record podcast with DJ Akademiks in 2022, Wick shared his experiences growing up around drugs and how it influenced his decision to stay sober. Despite facing criticism, Wick remained steadfast in his convictions.
Ultimately, Wick’s appearance on “50 Women vs 1 Rapper” sheds light on the diversity of perspectives within the hip-hop community and challenges conventional norms surrounding substance use in the industry. Watch the full segment to witness Wick’s candid discussion on sobriety and personal values.
Guilty Verdict: Two Men Convicted of Jam Master Jay Murder
After nearly two decades since the tragic killing of hip-hop legend Jam Master Jay, justice has finally been served. A jury has found Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington guilty of murder in connection with Jay’s death at a recording studio in 2002. The verdict mandates a minimum of 20 years behind bars and could extend to life imprisonment for the convicted individuals.
According to prosecutors, the motive behind Jay’s murder stemmed from a drug deal gone awry. Allegedly, Jay had acquired a significant amount of cocaine intended for distribution, with Washington and Jordan among the intended recipients. However, tensions escalated when Jay purportedly decided to exclude Washington from the deal, prompting a deadly retaliation plan.
On the night of October 30, 2002, Washington and Jordan reportedly stormed the recording studio, brandishing firearms and demanding Jay to lie on the floor. Subsequently, Jordan fatally shot Jay at close range, ending the life of the revered hip-hop figure.
During the trial, a witness present at the studio that fateful night corroborated the prosecution’s account, revealing fear and confusion that had previously prevented them from disclosing the identities of the assailants. Assistant US Attorney Artie McConnell emphasized the role of greed, money, and jealousy in driving the heinous act.
In their defense, Washington and Jordan attempted to shift blame onto another individual, Jay Bryant, whom they claimed was the actual perpetrator. Bryant is scheduled to face trial separately in 2026.
Upon hearing the guilty verdict, the courtroom reportedly erupted into chaos, with Washington vehemently protesting and claiming innocence. The resolution of this long-standing case brings closure to Jay’s family, friends, and the hip-hop community at large, while underscoring the enduring impact of his legacy. Stay tuned for further developments on Jam Master Jay’s case.
Kanye West Faces Lawsuit Over Unauthorized Sample in Vultures 1 Album
Kanye West’s recent joint project with Ty Dolla $ign, Vultures 1, made waves upon its release earlier this month. However, the album has now become the subject of a legal battle for West. The estate of Donna Summer has filed a lawsuit against him over the unauthorized use of her single, “I Feel Love,” which he sampled on the Vultures 1 track, “GOOD (DON’T DIE),” without proper authorization.
Despite its brief presence on the album before being removed days after release, “GOOD (DON’T DIE)” quickly became a standout track. However, Summer’s estate asserts that West attempted to use a soundalike to interpolate her song after being denied permission to sample “I Feel Love.” The estate maintains that this interpolation does not shield West from copyright infringement.
The decision by Summer’s estate to deny West permission likely stems from the controversies surrounding him, including his remarks on George Floyd and pro-Hitler statements. Despite West’s offer, the estate deemed it unfitting to allow the use of Summer’s song.
Following the lawsuit, streaming platforms removed “GOOD (DON’T DIE)” from their catalogs in certain markets. However, the song has since returned to some platforms, accruing millions of streams. Moreover, it remains available for those who purchased the album on platforms like Apple Music.
The estate of Donna Summer seeks significant damages and an injunction to prevent further distribution of the song.
Druski Raises Eyebrows by Skipping Next Year’s Super Bowl
During a recent appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast, Druski engaged in a candid conversation with hosts Gillie and Wallo, covering various topics, including next year’s Super Bowl. Set to take place in New Orleans, the hosts were curious if Druski had plans to attend. However, Druski surprised them with his response, revealing that he had no intention of attending due to potential encounters with certain artists, notably Birdman, among others.
Gillie and Wallo expressed surprise at Druski’s decision, pressing him for more details and seemingly questioning the validity of his concerns. However, Druski stood firm in his stance, leading some fans to speculate whether his remarks were part of an elaborate joke. Comments on the post ranged from amusement to genuine concern, with some questioning the authenticity of Druski’s apprehension.
The Super Bowl is renowned for its star-studded guest list, and this year was no exception. With performances by Usher, Alicia Keys, Lil Jon, Ludacris, and others during the halftime show, and appearances by Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Cardi B, and more at the annual Fanatics party, the event drew a plethora of high-profile celebrities.
Druski’s decision to skip the Super Bowl has sparked curiosity and debate among fans. Whether his concerns are genuine or part of a comedic act remains to be seen, but his comments have certainly piqued interest in his future plans.