Pulse Report: Game & Shyne Challenge 50 Cent, Drake Gets Tricked By Olivia, Nas Hands Over His Paper

Friday, Apr 16, 2010 12:30PM

Written by Bulldog Butterworth

In this week's Pulse Report, we push sh*t back seven days and find out Shyne and Game take shots at 5-0 Cent, see Olivia tricking Drake into denying a hotter record than his "Over" sh*t, see who Nas is tossing that paper at and oh SOHH much more!

[Editor's Note: The views of this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH.com]

1. Don't Push Me P*ssy

Aight doggies, if Nicki Minaj is calling all these whiny a** "b*tches" her sons, then guess y'all gotta be my pups and bow down to another full week of f*ckery and rap game sh*t. First up? Game and Shyne ironically double teaming Mr. G-Unit with a couple of freestyles. The brilliance behind Shyne and Game's sh*ts though? Both were quick and to the point as y'all are gonna see with Shyne's "Unthinkable" freestyle. But before we even get into all of that, let's find out why we should all realize this subliminal diss was not accidental:

"I was just falling back, then I got word he said something he wasn't supposed to say," Shyne explained IN 2004. "It's one thing if he would have said it and stood by it; 'That's what I said, you have a problem, whatever!' But he said it and at the same time he was trying to sign me to G-Unit Records. There's an interlude where Sha Money is calling me, 'Yo, 50 wants you to sign to G-Unit.' He's reaching out to all my sets [in the street] trying to sign me to G-Unit. [50] used to rap about me before he got big. He tried to do a song with me, so he knows who I be."

LMFAO. Yeah doggies, as we continue to move along I am going to be making some minor adjustments to the Pulse Report, like bolding out the key points for some of y'all SparkNotes.com addicts who can't take the time to read three sentences. LMFAO. All right, time for the real sh*t, let's get a whiff of Shyne's 5-0 diss:

Besides spitting game to a woman, he throws a jab at old rival 50 Cent. More than five years ago, 50 and Shyne traded disses around the time Shyne's Godfather Buried Alive was released, when Shyne was still behind bars. "I need a couple million, f--- 5-0 cents," he spits on the new track.

^ I can't lie, this sh*t is kinda hot even if Shyne is sounding like he's in drag. LOL. Nah, let's keep sh*t real, I've been f*cking with "Po" since his a** was f*cking around on that Ma$e Double Up album feature, f*ck a B.I.G. comparison, Shyne is and has always been in his own lane. Now I beg any of y'all to say Shyne didn't intentionally put 5-0's name in there, f*ck it, I'll double dare y'all. I haven't listened to this entire "400 Barz" but I TOLD Y'ALL THIS SH*T WOULD BE STRAIGHT CRACK, and Game delivers some hot sh*t. Yeah, @sohhdotcom kinda hyped sh*t up b/c 5-0 Cent almost got mentioned by accident, but f*ck it, for someone like Game who gets mad at Jay-Z's wack a** subliminal "I ain't talking about (G/g)ame," this was some strategic sh*t if y'all asked me.

"Meet me in the parking lot, license plate 'Aftermath'/Screaming out 'F*ck 5-0,' I wouldn't snitch for half his cash/If he wasn't such a b*tch, nobody wouldn't have to blast/Steel is down in Jacksonville, don't make me have to wrap your Jags..."

For y'all who want to verify, I think that 5-0 name check was at the 6 minute mark or so, but f*ck it. Here's the golden opportunity, "50 CENT." We already had Fat Joe saying your post-Get Rich or Die Tryin' sh*ts were "sh*t" and now you got Shyne and Game going at your a**? D*mn. Personally, I like this "beef" a lot not only b/c summer is really gonna be hot if it goes down but b/c all three of these clowns rappers clowns have albums coming out SOON. SMFH. D*mn, last summer we had the Slaughterhouse vs. Wu-Tang Clan sh*t, could this be the next hottest beef? What are y'all thinking?

ShyneGame And G-Unit

2. It Ain't Trickin' If You Leaked It

First off doggies, let me just be clear and say Olivia is not a man and I would f*ck the sh*t out of her if she would give the doggy a shot but this f*ckery that went down with a "Control" collaboration featuring her and Drake was the most boring, what-the-f*ck-is-this-sh*t-and-why-the-f*ck-did-I-click-on-this-wack-a**-story beef/dispute that I have heard y'all on the Internet talk about all week. The funniest sh*t is Drake actually denied being on probably the hottest record he's been on all year b/c I'd f*cking cop "Control" off iTunes way before wasting .99 cents on "Over," "Shut It Down" or anything else I found on the blogs. SMFH. Let's start from Olivia playing her sh*t right and admitting to NOT leaking the record, yeah right, but NOT even mentioning that the Drake feature was not authentic. LMFAO.

"Hey guys my mixtape comes out n a 2 weeks be clear the 2 records that have leaked r just that mixtape records.sorry I couldn't present it to u myself!but rock out 2em," she wrote over the weekend. "@richdollaz is pissed lol its all good its theinternet age we live in,its a gift and curse..Thank u 2all my true supporters.love u all...RT @BlogXilla: @OliviaLongott @Richdollaz umm how come i didn't get a copy of the joint w/ Drake?<--covering my face we were leaked!'

^ Olivia, you're fine as h*ll from what I've seen from them King Magazine days but did you really think you'd be able to sell this sh*t though, mixtape or not, as something you and Drake did TOGETHER? SMFH. Sh*t, and don't say just b/c it's a mixtape that it's implied b/c we know from Drake's So Far Gone to even Fabolous' There Is No Competition 2 to even f*cking Lil Wayne's No Ceilings that these rappers get exclusive features. But f*ck it, guess Drake fell into the trap:

"I support artist collaborations and sampling music that inspires you but I don't support taking unauthorized recordings and marketing them as features," Drake explained. "I've never worked with Olivia and I apologize to any fan who was duped into thinking that 'Control' was a collaboration of mine."

^ I hate to take sides, but Drake's an a**hole for that punk a** statement. For starters, he could have easily sent Olivia a f*cking Tweet or called up her people to release a statement but no, this a** has to get all overly politically correct and put Olivia in a f*cked up position. That sh*t ain't cool. Second, the way he said the sh*t he said in the statement was even worse. SMFH. And of course, minutes later we get this statement from Olivia:

In no way was I trying to deceive anyone," Olivia promised. "The producers, Rony Arzoumanian, Raffi "DJ Special K" Kenadjan and DJ Finesse approached me about the record and asked if I could create a song around the beat and Drake verse they owned and created. Since I had not spoken to Drake, I was very clear that the record could not be used for my album and could only be used for mixtapes. After the record was done, it was released without my knowledge and we were quick to let people know it was a mixtape record....BLAH BLAH BLAH."

^ SMFH. Finally, great, it's a wrap. No? Wait? Oh sh*t...now the PRODUCER has to get involved, what the f*ck is this, hot potato?

Drake's performance on Olivia's 'Control' was paid for by Souled Out Records. Souled Out Records approached the then up-and-coming artist in 2007 in recognition of his talent. Souled Out Records is shocked to hear that Drake has not authorized Souled Out Records to use his recorded performance, as the service was already paid-for," he says. "Olivia's contribution, through Dollaz Unlimited, elevated the reach of the record and was a win-win situation for Dollaz Unlimited, Souled Out Records and DJ Finesse." Kenadjian also stated that Souled Out made several attempts to reach out to Drake.

Bottom line, Drake missed out on an opportunity to let this sh*t fly through and take credit for helping pop off Olivia's career again and actually have a dope a** record to his name instead of these sub-par sh*ts we have been hearing from him. Now just a wild guess but I think his punk a** move also eliminated any chance of getting a** from Olivia, what do y'all think?

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3. Life's A B*tch...Named Kelis

D*mn, why they wanna stick this bogus a** rapper for his paper? LMFAO. Y'all remember back when I was calling Nas bogus with my first couple of Pulse Report features? LMFAO, d*mn, f*cking time goes by fast. Anyway, let's get right to it, Kelis stuck Nas all the f*ck the way up for d*mn near every penny he has and even the money he doesn't. SMFH. Look, ladies, this is @BulldogButterworth speaking, don't listen to anything these bum a** doggies tell y'all, get that f*cking money b/c it's a man's world and whether or not your doggies will admit it to y'all, it's the truth. Now doggies, this is @BulldogButterworth speaking to y'all, don't ever trust these grimey a** b*tches that are going to Ginger from Casino your a** while you're on the sh*tter without toilet paper. Now with that sh*t said:

caption-diss-300x300-2010-04-13.jpgLegal Gavel

Nas went to court Monday over his divorce with Kelis -- and walked out a little lighter in the wallet. According to documents filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Nas had to immediately fork over $47,249.42 in back child support and $40,454 in back spousal support. The judge also ordered Nas to pay $10,000/month in spousal support until he pays off the $299,015.50 he owes Kelis. Nas also has to pay 90% of Kelis' legal fees in the amount of $155,787.28. Lastly, Nas has to pay $48,549.83 to cover Kelis' accounting expenses.

^ *Blank Stare* And just think, my punk a** is still typing on a f*cking Gateway computer. F*ck my life. LOL. All those numbers in the legal books, how does Nas feel about all this bogus a** sh*t that is coming with his divorce?

In a statement released Wednesday, Nas says, "All I want to do is make music and raise my kids. Nothing else matters."

D*mn.......................................................what do y'all think? D*mn.

Nas-Kelis-2010-04-12-300x300.jpgNas And Kelis

4. It's Gonna Be A Hot Summer

The powers that be @sohhdotcom requested me mention something about this summer music that's coming so here's my little spew on why this has got to be the hottest summer in rap music, EVER. Eminem. T.I. 5-0 Cent, unfortunately. Game. Diddy. Fat Joe. Lloyd Banks. Young Jeezy. Rick Ross. Big Boi. Ice Cube. Chamilliionaire. Drake. Kanye West. Never before has there been a summer that had this many albums at least "projected" to come out, sure there may be been a couple albums that were gonna drop but this is hands-down the biggest and most speculated summer we have ever seen coming. Personally, I think that's why Drake pushed his sh*t back to June 15th so he could compete with some of the bigger names. But in the meantime, let's sum up the dopest a** albums coming out, or at least the ones that are gonna do NUMBERS, sorry 5-0.

Eminem's Recovery/Bulldog Butterworth's 1st Week Guess: 525K+

"I had originally planned for Relapse 2 to come out last year,"Eminem said in a statement. "But as I kept recording and working with new producers, the idea of a sequel to Relapse started to make less and less sense to me, and I wanted to make a completely new album. The music on Recovery came out very different from Relapse, and I think it deserves its own title."

T.I.'s King Uncaged/Bulldog Butterworth's 1st Week Guess: 400K+

T.I. is breaking free with his seventh studio album. The Atlanta rapper has announced a title for his next release. The follow-up to 2008's double-platinum Paper Trail will go by the name of King Uncaged, it was revealed today via Tip's website TrapMuzik.com.

Drake's Thank Me Later/Bulldog Butterworth's 1st Week Guess: 250K+

"The album comes out on June 15th," Drake confirmed in an interview. "It was really just about me getting into the right creative head space and delivering a first album that people could all appreciate. So, I think I got it now. Yeah, June 15th, I'm excited."

5. "STFU" Honors

F*ck the celebration, it's time once again for the all-mighty Shut The F*ck Up Honors special where your favorite entertainers get blown the f*ck up and clowned for saying some of the most suspect sh*t over the last week. This week? Well we have to tip our hats to Asher Roth thinking he can last another nine years in rap, LMFAO!!!!!!, and good old a** Jae Millz getting us all to feel sorry for him and then hating his f*cking guts in just seconds. SMFH. Let's get it on, doggies:

1. Asher Roth

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"I don't wanna be one of those dudes that's just like one, two three years, and I'm out.....I'mma stick around for a decade and be a voice of the next 10 years. So when people look back, they said I actually added something instead of putting a pop song out that was popular."

2. Jae Millz

Jae MillzPolice Tape

I had a f*cking seizure in my sleep," Millz said in an interview. "It was like the second time it happened in my life though. It's not like I have a big history of seizures like every year or it's something that triggers it, really it's just stress man. Like I just had a bunch of sh*t on my mind, some sh*t had happened and kinda f*cked up some money and I'm just thinking about so much, I'm not relaxing...I laid down and woke up with ambulance at my crib. They had me admitted into the hospital -- due to the fact of that, that lets me know the Lord is on my side -- so if you don't f*ck with me, suck my d*ck and I hope your mother gets hit by a bus with an extender with the f*cking sh*t in the middle -- matter of fact, I hope your mother gets hit by a New York City tour bus, the double decker red sh*t -- if you don't f*ck with me because I grind my n*gga."

3. Soulja Boy Tell Em

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"I keep my ear to the street. I like to play it by ear and I don't rate another producer because of his stats. If I hear a hot beat in the street that I can get versus a wack beat from a hot named producer; which one I'ma do?"

4. Jim Jones

Jim JonesLL COOL J

I hope I don't ruffle nobody's feathers or panties or anything, sh*t like that man. We just having fun out here man. You heard me? It's all love. It's like Kool Moe Dee and LL Cool J. I'm LL though."

5. Ginuwine

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"Me and Tim were real close at one point," he explained in an interview. "A lot of the times that I reached out, there were a bunch of excuses. I begged and pleaded with him because I felt a certain way but I was like, is it just a bad vibe that I'm picking up on? Maybe I'm bugging out, I don't know. But it came out to be true and I still feel like he owes me an apology for that. The reason I'm pissed off at him now is because of what he did."

***Aight doggies, another week down and not bullsh*t, give me y'all's reactions if you can. I decided to have a more "welcoming" approach toward y'all and remind y'all how even though my sem-bias a** rants on here and goes ghost from time to time in the comments section (I have a f*cking Gateway desktop, doggies, ya dig?), I appreciate all of y'all for f*cking with Pulse Report AND Caption Diss b/c the Internet gets more and more politically correct and I feel like @sohhdotcom gave me a chance to show that we can conduct our sh*t rowdy as f*ck but with elegance and class, so keep the discussions going and I WILL be addressing any and everyone commenting this week, where you at @Cam? Before I go, y'all be sure to pay homage to the late, great Malcolm McLaren. For any of you doggies not up on your rap sh*t, start clicking and learn some sh*t on a Friday. Enjoy the weekend doggies puppies. --BB***

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]

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