SOHH Whatcha Think: Chris Brown & Meek Mill Trade Shots Online + Yo Gotti Banned In Memphis?!

Tuesday, May 29, 2012 8:34AM

Written by Jeezis Peace

Memorial Day Weekend has officially come to an end. Hope you got your fill of bbq, brews and b*tches. Outside of the normal f*ckery that takes place over a three-day weekend, the hip hop world was also blessed with a bit of controversy: Not talking about the Pusha T vs. Wayne/Drake (Drayne??) fiasco; today's weekend recap focuses on the hilarious online spat between Meek Mill and the most dangerous singer in America, Chris Brown.

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

Breezy still thinks he got claim to that Rihanna box. In fact, he linked up with Meek for a track, and allegedly pulled the MMG rapper from the song after discovering he might have smanged (smash and banged) his ex.

Chris Brown. Meek Mill. Drake. They have something in common. They've all planted their flag in a fertile landmark. Ok, I'm talking about Rihanna. They've all dated Rihanna. There. I said it. Over the weekend, this shared conquest sparked drama when Chris Brown found out that Meek Mill (despite this denial) has been messing with his ex- RiRi. He then removed Meek Mill from his upcoming single "Don't Judge Me."(Miss Info)

The pair took some time from their busy schedule to take a few not so vague shots at each other on the social networking site Twitter.

"U took me off the song because she let me watch da throne!"(Meek Mills' Twitter)
"She's a dream chaser! There are alot of dreamers so she'll be running forever!(Chris Browns' Twitter)

SOHH Watcha Think: Was Breezy justified for taking Meek off his track for kickin' it with his ex, or is it a case of feeling being caught?

In other news ... rapper Yo Gotti has built a rep for slingin' that hard trap music, but according to the Memphis rapper, that isn't exactly why he has been banned from shooting videos in a section of his hometown.

Hip-Hop artist and Memphis rapper Yo Gotti is banned from his own neighborhood Ridgecrest in North Memphis. We're not making this stuff up, but it's also probably not what you think, according to the rapper, the police told him he gets everyone too hyped up so it's no good for him to shoot videos in the area. "I'm kinda like banned from the neighborhood through the police, they don't want me over there. They said when I'm in that area it's too hyper, som like that. They be tripping," Yo Gotti said in an interview with FUSE TV. In his interview, rapper Yo Gotti told host Yasmine Richard that he would love to shoot videos in his hometown neighborhood, but he wants to shoot them without sneaking to do it.(

**UPDATE: SOHH received word from a member of Gotti's camp informing us that Gotti is still all good in his hood, and that the police only attempted to stop him from shooting videos in his hood. His recent video, "Real N*ggas," was filmed in his hood.**

Check out a clip of the Gotti interview below:

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

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