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DMX Still Doesn’t Like Drake But Does One Heck Of An Impersonation Of Him

Don’t ask DMX a question if you don’t want to know the honest answer. One of the reasons we love him is because he lacks a filter no matter what camera he’s in front of. Apparently his feelings toward Drake haven’t changed much since his February interview with 105.1′s Breakfast Club. While talking to RapFix’s Sway, DMX praised Lil Wayne for his success, but wanted it known that he’s still not feeling Drake. Not only does he not like Drake, he also does a funny impersonation of him. “He has talent, but it’s kind of redundant,” he said on the live show. “It’s the same all the time, it kind of sounds the same. To me personally, it’s an annoying sound. Like a washing machine, or a dryer. I don’t even have to explain why, I just don’t like what it is.” If you’re wondering why he’s going so hard on Drake, he at least has a reason. Read more…

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Lupe Fiasco Sheds Real Tears Over “Ghosts” From His Old ‘Hood

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Lupe‘s never been a follower of the pact as a rapper. His first single was “Kick, Push” about skateboarding for Pete’s sake! Showing a moment of vulnerability on MTV’s “RapFix Live” in a hip-hop world that relies on hyper-masculinity is just another example of Lupe not being afraid to be his own man. During his interview with MTV’s Sway Calloway, the footage from his 2006 My Block special led to tears after seeing his friends in the video that are now deceased or incarcerated. “It’s some of them dudes is dead,” said Lupe. “Chicago’s the murder capital. The dudes in that video are in prison, a couple of fed cases, and then there’s ghosts. You see people that, that ain’t there.” Read more…