The Rock Destroys Jody From Baby Boy aka Black Ty aka Tyrese’s Album [VIDEO]

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Tyrese have a passive-aggressive beef going on. Well they had, because the actor and former wrestler absolutely eviscerated the R&B crooner.

Speaking from a parking lot, the Brahma Bull (word to the WWE), began explaining listening to Tyrese’s Black Rose album. The eloquently delivered slander was so marvelous, writing it down just won’t do it justice.

The thing is that it’s Tyrese is who posted this clip that seems to be from about 2 years ago. And you can see The Rock smiling as he walks off. Nevertheless, the Twitter pile, to the detriment of Black Ty, on was fast and furious. Sorry, too easy.

Peep the added slander below and on the flip.

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Tyrese Slams Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson For Delaying Next Fast & Furious Film

For months Tyrese has been hinting at some sort of animosity between himself and his Fast & Furious co-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The possibility of The Rock’s own spinoff movie would push back production on the next installment in the popular automobile driven franchise.

Well, things came to a head when it was announced that the next chapter in the Fast & Furious series won’t release until 2020 due to The Rock doing the aforementioned spinoff, and boy was Tyrese big mad about that.

Taking to IG to vent, the Baby Boy actor went in on his co-star’s selfishness and took a Steph Curry shot at The Rock’s recent flop Baywatch.

“#PSA Congratulations to@TheRock and your brother in law aka 7 bucks producing partner@hhgarcia41 for making the fast and the furious franchise about YOU – And like you, DJ even if they call I will not be deleting this post – Gn folks see you in 2020 April #FastFamily right? Nah….. it’s about #TeamDewayne #3yrs will it be worth the wait? #NoShaw just Hobbs will this be another #BayWatch? Guys guys just relax I’m just a passionate film critic.”


We get that Tyrese is passionate about his work but is it that serious? Either way things between these two should be interesting the next time they meet. Hopefully they can talk things out before Tyrese finds himself on the receiving end of “The Peoples Elbow.”

Well, the Rock has answered, big dog style (see on the flip).

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Blackened Rose: The Rock Fricassees Tyrese’s Album “Biggest Piece Of Dog Sh!t”

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The Rock Goes IN On Tyrese’s ‘Piece Of S**t’ Album Black Rose

Tyrese better be sure he wants smoke, because The Rock doesn’t appear to be playing with his roodie-poo candy azz.

Tyrese posted this video to his Instagram page and its backfiring:

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It’s said that this video is old and likely on the set of The Rock’s HBO show Ballers, because Dwayne is currently sporting a salt-and-pepper beard, but we don’t care. It’s about Tyrese and it’s funny. As hell.

Who’s here for The Rock vs. Tyrese? WE’RE here for The Rock vs. Tyrese. How bout you?

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The Rock Clapped Back At Tyrese, Prompting Twitter To Continue Dragging Baby Boy Back To Momma’s House

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The Rock Clapped Back At Tyrese

Tyrese. You done effed up, now. After days of complaining about The Rock getting spinoffs and delaying movie production for Fast10 Your Seatbelts: The Fasterest Of Them All or whatever it’s going to be called, Tyrese finally got a response. And it’s probably not the one he wants. Rock showed up ready for war and sent a subtle shot at Ty Ty. Now the internet is reminded that The Rock isn’t just an actor but he will literally murder your entire face.

So the ‘net did what it does best: drag and clown the hell out of Tyrese. So take a look at the jokes and the entire weekend of slander aimed at Baby Boy.


Kenyon Martin: Lin ‘has the right to rock any hairstyle he wants’

Kenyon Martin wanted to set the record straight as to his stance on Jeremy Lin wearing dreadlocks, a hairstyle rooted in black cultural traditions.

Martin said that he was simply joking, that Lin could wear whatever hair he wanted, and that he never meant to give any commentary on race.

“This was never meant to be racial. It was thought of as what would’ve been done in our locker room,” Martin told Rohan Nadkarni of Sports Illustrated. “It would’ve been jokes. We would’ve been making jokes.

“It’s far from racist. I guess saying ‘Wanting to be black’ made it racial. But I despise people that look down because of race. It was meant to be a Ha-Ha-Ha moment. If you watch, I was laughing in the statements. It got taken too far. I wanted to clear the air.

“He has the right to rock any hairstyle he wants. It got out of control. It wasn’t meant to be anything more than banter. Jeremy is an athlete and I would hope he understood that this was in fun and not to offend and as long as he’s not offended that’s all that matters. I wish him well.”

Martin initially said that Lin shouldn’t have been wearing dreadlocks by reminding Lin that he was of Asian descent. Lin responded that he was doing it out of respect for black culture, and also pointed out that Martin did something similar by wearing a tattoo with Chinese characters.

This exchange between these former and present Nets players spawned a conversation over cultural appropriation. Given the unfortunate nature of the internet, this eventually led some to leave inflammatory and racist comments on Martin’s social media pages. Lin, and now Martin, have denounced those comments.

“People were sending messages to my son. Like, no. Say whatever to me and about me. I have thick skin. I know what my intentions were,” Martin said. “But then those are the things that are coming across. You n—– this. Your n—– that.”

“I’d hope that a lot of Asian fans don’t go on his page and say racist things to him,” Lin urged. “I think that’s not the right way to go about it.”

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LL Cool J Nominated For The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

After being the first Hip-Hop artist ever to be honored by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, LL Cool J has now found himself nominated to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Joining the likes of artists like Nina Simone, Rage Against The Machine and Bon Jovi, the “I’m Bad” rapper is the only MC amongst the 19 artists nominated for the musical honor. That alone should be enough to get him into the HOF.

If you’re wondering why some of your other favorite rappers from the 90’s aren’t on the list, nominees for the current years have to have released a commercial record 25 years prior to the annual ceremony. That being said this year’s crop had to have dropped something no later than 1992.

Congratulations to the Hip-Hop icon and get ready to see a slew of your favorite Hip-Hop legends up to bat in the coming years.

Learn more about the rest of the nominees by following this link.


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MC Eiht ft. DJ Premier & Lady of Rage “Heart Cold,” Rock ft. Kofi Black “Shine Down” & More | Daily Visuals 9.22.17

Everyone knows you can’t know where you going unless you know where you been so let some Hip-Hop OG’s give y’all a history lesson on how things used to get done in the game.

Legendary Hip-Hop producer DJ Premier links up with rap OG’s MC Eiht and Lady of Rage in the visuals to “Heart Cold” where the trio turn a meat locker into a heat oven.

Sidenote, is Kendrick Lamar ever gonna drop his unreleased DJ Premier produced cuts? Askin’ for the culture.

While on the subject of OG’s, Bucktown’s own Rockness Monsta pays tribute to the Skeltah to his Heltah, Sean ‘Ruck’ Price (R.I.P.) in the Kofi Black assisted black-and-white clip to “Shine Down.”









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Apollo Brown & Planet Asia “Get Back,” Rock ft. Buckshot “Poof” & More | Daily Visuals 9.18.17

When HD videos came into play the game changed, but it seems like today’s artists have become fond of the old school grainy picture videos.

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia keep that old school feature alive and well in their VHS quality clip to “Get Back” where they take it back to the block and the pool room to kick back and live.

Speaking of old school, back in Brooklyn, Rock of Heltah Skeltah (R.I.P. Sean Price) links up with his Boot Camp Click comrade, Buckshot and spit that good ol’ Bucktown ish in the visuals to “Poof.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Choo Jackson, Fredo Santana, and more.







T.Y.E. – “A**HOLE”

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