Pulse Report: Diddy Ain't Scared Of 50 Cent, Rosa Acosta & Esther Baxter Share Their Assets, Game Sells His Soul
Friday, Jul 2, 2010 5:30PM
In this week's Pulse Report, doggies, we're taking that a** back into the last week to applaud Diddy for standing up to the big bad 5-0 Cent, wipe our faces off with Rosa Acosta and Esther Baxter's assets, witness Game sell his soul for a couple of cents and oh SOHH much more!
[Editor's Note: The views of this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH.com]
1. You So Tough
Get the f*ck outta here 5-0 Cent, honestly. Hold on doggies, before we get into this Diddy x 5-0 Cent beef sh*t, let's just set the record straight. 5-0 has always been a complete a** but all the sh*t that he's popped off over the last few weeks is so f*cking lame that most blogs have barely found enough enthusiasm to post his wack a** interviews "dissing" Puff Daddy. So as we get ready to not only laugh our a**es off at Puff saying some wild sh*t with his drunk CIROC a**, let's not forget where all this sh*t stemmed from:
"You know what's interesting, he's not an artist," 50 said in an interview with Nancy B. "An artist would be somebody that actually wrote something, maybe on the record or because we have R&B artists that don't actually write music, maybe it's unfair because of the pressures people put on me. Imagine if I just sat around and listened to people's CDs and say I'm just gonna say the first verse I hear that sounds good. That would completely take away the pressure and I would still be the artist in front of you with a new song every two minutes because every artist that has a song that would like to make some money off it would send it. It doesn't make you special. When you actually do what I thought was a part of hip-hop and made the culture exciting to me, which was each person's original experience and how you learn to enjoy them as an individual and their portion of their life. So when that's not there because they're being an executive, saying you don't write rhymes you write checks, that's not hot. For hip-hop, that's not hot. Maybe for another genre it'll work, R&B or something else because they're made, these people are all made and when companies decide they're gone, they're gone. Immediately, because they couldn't even figure out what to do without a team of people figuring it out for them."
^ SMFH. D*mn 5-0, you sure dedicate a lot of energy speaking on OTHER PEOPLE'S sh*t when let alone your Black Magic
School Bus hasn't even found a label yet. LOL. Anyway, I know y'all been waiting for this, so in case y'all didn't f*ck with the BET Awards 2010, here's what popped off AFTER the show:
"I love my people, eh yo let's stop the hate man," Puff said during the BET Awards 10 afterparty. "Congratulate. Hate is for suckers and if you hating, you're a sucker and you're ashy and your breath stinks. And you know who I'm talking to you hatin' a** crab."
^ "......and you know who I'm talking to you HATIN' A** CRAB!!!!......" LMFAO!!!! D*mn, Didddddy! That sh*t was not only funny, but THE TRUTH. See, just like Jay-Z or Kanye West or a T.I. and Lil Wayne will flat out ignore this doggy, y'all should pay homage to the doggy that signed the late Notorious B.I.G. and said some slick sh*t back to 5-0. And while some of y'all are gonna call this a cop-out, read between the lines of what Puffy said on Twitter a day later:
"That's how it is, my sh#t is laid out/F@ck that beef sh&t, that sh*t is played out" The Notorious B.I.G. feat. @iamdiddy ... Still so true,"
^ D*MN! See, SOHH and most other sites got the sh*t twisted, this is not a CEASE FIRE white flag moment, this sh*t is an official "WHAT WHAT!?!" remark. That line is from possibly one of B.I.G.'s most notorious sh*ts ever:
^ All Puffy had to add to that tweet is, "DO YOU KNOW WHAT BEEF IS? ASK YOURSELF." LOL. That sh*t was hard and most of y'all were too blind to see that Diddy is basically saying step the f*ck off 5-0. Don't y'all even know what the next line is? "that sh*t is played out/Y'all got the gore, all I make is one phone call/All y'all disappear by tomorrow...." D*mn. Bulldog still dropping gems on y'all a**es, huh? Smarten Up, 5-0, that was a direct shot.
2. The Devil's Advocate
SMFH. F*cking Game. Yeah, I may have clowned
Gayme Game a few times on Pulse Report, but at the end of the day I was really down to f*ck with him. Maybe it's me and these f*cking reunions, but some sh*t that has never made sense is when these doggies say they want to get together for the money. Like, WTF? D*mn, not even saying it's for the fans, but for the f*cking $$$? WTF? That sh*t definitely ain't hot if y'all ask me and so it turns out Game is looking to mend his past problems with 5-0 for a couple of dollars? Wait, wait, wait....
"It's a new day and it's really time to get money you know what I'm saying -- So all I'm saying is why not get out here wing it like Voltron and sh*t," Game said in an interview. "Bring it back full circle and make some motherf*ckin' money...I wasn't opposed to it...He got an ego. I got an ego. Ain't nobody apologizing. Ain't nobody saying that they was wrong, but you ain't gotta do that to make amends. You just gotta get together, do the sh*t, and you can do it for the sake of money. We don't gotta break no peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in half and do the sh*t. Come to an agreement as men, get the sh*t done like men."
^ No comment on that f*cking PB&J remark. SMFH. But this "make some motherf*ckin' money?" WTF, Game? We know you're bi-polar, but now you're making you a** sound desperate as sh*t. You'd actually give up all the bullsh*t you went through to hurt 5-0's career and get the ultimate payback that was him f*cking kicking your a** OUT THE GROUP and left for dead, just to sell a few Madison Square Garden tix? SMFH. Don't blame him, doggies. If y'all knew what Game was dealing with lately, well, sorta like his never-f*cking-popping-EVER Black Wall Street label, yeah, he might be desperate:
"I think about early 2011," Game said when asked about an official Black Wall Street imprint debut. "We just now starting to get these mixtapes rolling. We did one with DJ Skee, The Red Room, that was crazy, and online critics loved it. And then we about to put out another mixtape with [DJ] Drama then one more with Skee, and that'll cover the rest of the year. Then at the top of the year, we will be coming out with probably a compilation or before next summer, or something like that, depending on how everybody's work ethic is and how my touring is. We got the cover of Murder Dog this month, and you know I'm laying the foundation."
^ LMFAO!!!! Game can't even get his OWN sh*t into the stores, how the h*ll is he going to be in charge of his own artists? Any aspiring artists/rappers/singers, DON'T F*CK WITH BLACK WALL STREET, like seriously, what the f*ck does that even mean? SMFH. And if y'all thought THAT was bad, then you didn't hear him talk about giving up on marketing. LOL.
"I feel like that after three albums, and this one being my fourth one, that my fans - I don't necessarily have to go out and just say, 'Hey, go buy my album.' I don't have to force people to buy the album. Sometimes with promotion, that's what labels send you out to do; go sell yourself. I don't think I have to do that anymore. I think everybody knows who I am and who I'm about. And I still come and make these runs, but I'm not making nobody go buy the album. I don't give a f*ck if you buy it or not. You know, get it how you get it. If you don't have the money, and you need to bootleg it, do that."
^ No bullsh*t doggies, that was worthy of being slapped down into the STFU Honors section, but I'm trying to bring up a point. This may be the first instance where we've seen Game actually say he would WANT to join G-Unit again. Like, WTF? We could expect to hear Young Buck say that sh*t, but now Game saying become the 5 Heartbeats again is just disturbing. Yeah, Dipset kinda put it together, MUCH to my surprise, but Jim Jones never put out anything close to a G-Unot campaign or a "300 Bars" against Cam'ron much like what Game did to 5-0 and G-Unit. SMFH. I will say this though, 5-0's best shot at trying to gain ANY type of relevancy besides making himself look like a crackhead for a straight-to-dvd movie would be to do a G-Unit reunion. Can y'all doggies imagine what the f*ck it would look like to see "Hate It Or Love It" or even "How We Do" performed live? Y'all can say how it's five, six years old but that's like Jim Jones coming out and NOT performing "Ballin'," some sh*t never gets old. If you ask me, f*ck this reunion sh*t but if it does go down, Eminem and Jay-Z might be able to stop saving hip-hop for a few days.
3. I Do It For Hip-Hop
Let me share with y'all doggies a secret, f*ck it. When it comes to Pulse Report, most of y'all have become accustomed to me giving my big a** "bias" as some of y'all like to call it, opinions of these RAPPERS and other doggies. Well, since y'all have been really speaking your minds in the comments section lately and really stressing some good a** points, let me go ahead and put it out there so we can move past this sh*t. J. Cole is the future of rap.
^ Now if THAT sh*t doesn't make you want to trash ever other genre of music that's ever come out and give out a pint of blood to keep hip-hop alive, then you're a f*cking lame a** doggy that's still thinking du-rags and a nice Jesus piece are really capable of making fashion statements. SMFH. Now back to the task at hand, J. Cole has been my favorite of favorite rappers on the low. I've intentionally kept him out of Pulse Report so I didn't give out too many of my POSITIVE sh*t talk about him, but he's reached a point where I just gotta come clean on this. But even better than me just saying J. Cole is the future? I'll step it up a notch, HE'S BETTER THAN DRAKE. Sh*t, I won't even copy and paste Drake admitting to jacking Big Sean's flow and then citing Ludacris for stealing it. SMFH. F*ck outta here Drake. What Cole lacks in singing, he makes up in production:
"Five artists I have to produce tracks for as soon as I finish my album, Wale," Cole revealed in an interview. "That's my man and I'm attached to that album, I want to see it do well and I feel if I'm on it, then I'm going to see to it that it does well. Nas for the same reasons. I feel I could give Nas the best material of my life on a production end. I'm such a fan and have been a fan. Jay, I gotta get something on Jay one of these days. Beyonce, one of these days, but that's like further down the road, you know you gotta be on a higher level to mess with Beyonce. And then the fifth, I say Andre 3000. I know he's been working on this elusive solo album but if I could get something on there or something with him, period, than that'd be beautiful, so I say those five."
^ D*mn, call me a fan of the underdogs but Cole offers something that we have yet to really get from a rapper, authenticity. And I'm not talking about 16 bars respect, I'm talking about him being the REAL deal. How many rappers went to college and graduated? F*cking Drake didn't even get out of Forest Hill Collegiate Institute. SMFH. How many rappers have taken their time and developed a slow, casual, but STEADY build-up? How many rappers have not only done a collaboration with Jay-Z but SIGNED a f*cking record deal with him? Sorry doggies, but Cole is the new wave of hip-hop, hands down. And while I'll admit I got the Thank Me Later album and slept through half the sh*ts except "Miss Me," "Light Up" and "Fancy," Drake has yet to do anything that has wowed me. F*ck, even his music videos could use a boost of interest. Now Cole? EXACTLY. He not only handles interviews with modesty but he just has a steez that reminds you of a more intelligent Nas, not getting caught up in all the bullsh*t like Lil Kim beefs, dating video chicks and admitting to getting clowned the f*ck out from some famous R&B chick. SMFH. And with all that sh*t said, looks like my lil' doggy is prepping his new sh*t to drop soon:
"I'm practically, almost finished," he said laughing. "Every song that's on my album is there now. It's just about tying up the loose ends. One song needs like two verses, [another] song still needs some instruments. But I do finally have all the songs that are going to be on my album. I was missing, like, two songs before...[Jay-Z] is super impressed. I think he's more so impressed with the fact that I kind of just did this on my own. I got in [the studio] with No I.D., but a lot of the stuff has been coming from me. So I feel like [Jay] looks at me like, 'Yo, he can really produce.' ... [The label] says October 26th. I say it'll be before that."
^ J. Cole is what hip-hop is all about doggies. I'm leaving this up for discussion, f*ck talking, I'm ready to see some assets.
4. Some Like It Hot
Yes, doggies. In case y'all forgot, we are OFFiCIALLY on the week-by-week trial of my new section I have created......still don't have a title for it, but I suppose you can just call it Bulldog's Angels or Eye Candy Butterworth's for now. LMFAO. First off, gotta give a big a** shout-out to @VIBE b/c this photo spread they did of Joe Budden's current wife girlfriend is f*cking insane. Budden"S," you definitely held sh*t down with this one, doggy. D*mmmmmmnnnnnnnnnnn.......reminds me of a scene from Half Baked, actually. LOL.
D*mn, d*mn, d*mmmmmn. And if still shots weren't enough, this should cool you off a bit, doggies:
And as far as Rosa is concerned? D*mn, doggies, seems like not too long ago I wrote this little a** shaker a love letter in Pulse Report. LMFAO. D*mn, can y'all deny me though, she's in a lane all by her f*cking self.
Oh sh*t, almost forgot, MEGA F*CKING PROPS to @ShowGirlzExclusive for putting EVERYONE up on some sh*t. D*mmmmmmmmmmn!
And to the doggies that still don't know who Rosa is, well, sh*t, you LOST.
5. "STFU" Honors
D*mn doggies, no bullsh*t, I had it all mapped out.........we got one doggy talking about taking down Internet hackers? LMFAO!!! Another one was saying she would BITE you if you spit at her but then there was one Canadian Bacon rapper that said his jailed boss wasn't needed for their crew to pop. LOL!!! Even worse was witnessing a doctor blame his patients for distracting him from the operation of his lifetime while some A&R at Def Jam had too many Bean pies and had him saying some sh*t about coming back for more......d*mn doggies, it was all set to go, but when I heard the sh*t that came outta one doggy's mouth on Thursday, a Craig Davis, and not only the bullsh*t he said about 5-0 Cent, but trying to make Capitol Records sound like a hot label? LMFAO!!!!!!!! Oh sh*t, he HAD to get a whole dedication to himself. WTF?
"Now I'm over at Capitol Records and got a great roster over at Capitol," Davis said in an interview. "[We] got Snoop Dogg over there, got Anita Baker over there, Al Green over there, got LeToya Luckett over there, got Bobby Valentino over there. A really, really great roster there, Raekwon [too.] We just signed a 5-0 Cent deal over there....5-0 thought he needed to get out of the Interscope machine, he wanted to do a new change so he got his release from there, we were in negotiations with him and the deal just got signed very recently. And now we got 5-0 Cent on the label, I think we'll probably have Lloyd Banks cut in his first cut and then 5-0's gonna come out later on."
^ LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Keep dreaming, like Capitol would waste money on that doggy, LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
***God d*mn doggies, we made it to July. Is it hot as a motherf*cker around y'all yet? Well anyway, all this bullsh*t to the side, gotta say, I called it so far about this being a hot a** summer with some music, as far as Eminem doing his thing and Drake, more or less, getting sh*t kinda hot even though his album was a sleeper to me. Still waiting on that Game, Rick Ross, Diddy, Big Boi albums, so we'll see what happens as the summer continues. No more bullsh*tting, it's 4th of July weekend, doggies, have some f*cking fun!!! --BB***
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[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]