Pulse Report: Pusha T Says The Beef's Gone Bad, King Of Diamonds Heats Up Reality TV, Lil Wayne Reigns Supreme

Friday, Jun 22, 2012 12:15PM

Written by Bulldog Butters

In this week's Pulse Report, doggies, we take a look at why Pusha T isn't wasting his time dissing Young Money (anymore), find out why King of Diamonds is going to destroy its reality television competition, applaud Lil Wayne for staying in nearly every headline and oh SOHH much more!

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

1. Chick-fil-A

The beef is gone! LOL. Pretty creative, huh? Who would have known the so-called beef between G.O.O.D. Music and Young Money would end in a forfeit rather than 12 Round knock-out? SMH. I want my time back. I paid way too much attention! LOL. Seriously though, doggies, what went down with this back-and-forth feud? Lil Wayne came at Pusha soft and Pusha refused to even offer up a name-drop. I guess we should have known nothing was really going to pop off when Weezy waved the white flag earlier in the week:

"I just finished recording my "I Am Not a Human Being II" album. And we're starting to work on the Young Money album," Wayne said in an interview before addressing Pusha. "It really wasn't no beef, you know. It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don't apologize for it because I'm human. But it was just my human reaction. I don't take it back. But there's no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. ... I'll move on." (The Washington Post)

^ SMH. Really, Wayne? No apology? Just a simple reaction? Ehhhhh. I still have to applaud the fact Wayne went right at Pusha. Pretty bold move with all things considered. But give it up to the one and only crown holder Funkmaster Flex for forcing Pusha T to address what's really good with him and Weezy.

"I was surprised actually at the whole -- anybody, but Wayne specifically, answering 'Exodus.' I've never seen one record that didn't say any names cause so much of a firestorm," Pusha told radio host Funkmaster Flex. "[Goulish?] It was horrible. It was trash. It wasn't good -- I didn't like [the production] either. Let me say this. I didn't like it for that type of record. I didn't feel like, in all honesty, I haven't said anything about it because I didn't think it was good enough to respond to." (Hot 97)

^ LOL!!!!! That's pretty disrespectful. Horrible? Trash? Not "G.O.O.D."?! LOL!!!! Shots fired? Ehhh, not really, but that still makes for a much more entertaining conversation rather than him saying, "NO COMMENT." And y'all know how I feel about doggies that play it safe and go with the NO COMMENT move, right? LOL. I hyped things up and really believed this was going all summer long but it looks like New York isn't the only place that's too hot to beef. LOL.

2. Diamonds In The Rough

Doggies! Are y'all kidding me!? I am still in disbelief. If y'all thought "Mrs. Butterworth" was crazy, can y'all imagine seeing those dime pieces going to work at King of Diamonds? If things happen accordingly, it looks like we'll all have our wishes come true. Turns out reality television is going to be the next stop for King of Diamonds, y'all know, the Miami strip club that all of your favorite rappers have been photographed slapping booties with dollar bills at? LOL. Here's the scoop:

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Forget Love & Hip Hop, reality TV is about to get turned up to a ratchet level of a zillion if this show really comes to cable. Supposedly a "major" network has picked up a reality show based on the working of Miami's infamous King of Diamonds strip club. This is the same spot where Weezy and Rozay love to make it rain on the reg. "This is the story... The story of the money, the girls, the people, the fame and the love. Taking a page from HBO's hit series CATHOUSE, and FULL THROTTLE, MAKE IT RAIN will be an amalgamation of docu-drama and sexuality, but at the very heart of the piece is a real story. [Owner] Terry managing a thriving business and juggling his other business ventures. At the same time, being a father figure to his employees, giving advice, coaching, paternally guiding some of the girls, making sure that his team of managers (the four horse men) and his self are on the same page, keeping his "A" list celebs clients, music entertainers and athletes happy...and doing all of this as a happily married man with a family of his own!" (Miss Info TV)

And to help place all of the reality television competition into their graves, here's a collection of King of Diamonds footage. Make sure to get those DVR remotes ready, y'all! LOL.

^ WOWWWZERRS!!!!!!

3. Doggy of the Week: Lil Wayne

Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. Weezy. WEEZY WEEK!!! LOL. Yes, doggies, if you did not get enough of Lil Wayne this week, well, here's some more. This doggy was THE doggy of the week, hands down.

1. Jail Did A Doggy Good

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"I do. ... And that comes from age, and that comes from my vacation on Rikers Island (the New York City jail where Wayne did time in in 2010). Now that I know how important voting and elections and all that is. ... But everybody know that life is going to be life regardless of who is president." (Washington Post)

^ Even though I think he's lying through his teeth, I have to give credit to Lil Wayne for giving props to the jail system opening up his eyes about the importance of voting. Some doggies never learn, and he may have at least gotten something good out of those 10 months in there.

2. No Country For Apologizing Doggies

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"I just finished recording my "I Am Not a Human Being II" album. And we're starting to work on the Young Money album," Wayne said in an interview before addressing Pusha. "It really wasn't no beef, you know. It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don't apologize for it because I'm human. But it was just my human reaction. I don't take it back. But there's no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. ... I'll move on." (The Washington Post)

^ Sorry y'all, I HAD to bring this back up! LOL!!! Doggy said it was a reaction. A REACTION! LOL!!! Weezy wins this battle. Even though Pusha T never really entertained the beef, Wayne wins. LOL.

3. Because A Doggy Said So

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"That's a female; first and foremost Nicki Minaj is a female. I don't know what anyone else believes, but I believe females deserve the ultimate respect at all times no matter, when or where or how," Wayne said in an interview. "As soon as she called me and told me she felt disrespected, I just declined everything -- I pulled her from the show because ... no person that works with me will be disrespected in my presence as long as I'm on this planet." (MTV)

^ Real or not, it doesn't matter. Wayne stood up for his home girl, even though I think they are all getting their lies mixed up at this point. But if Nicki said she felt tight, give props for Wayne having that executive trigger finger. BOOM!

4. My Doggy's Nice, But Not That Nice

"I don't think Drake is a fashion dude, but let me tell you, he's way more into when it comes to getting dressed, meaning getting dressy. He's light years ahead of me with that," Wayne said in an interview. "As far as just kicking it, he's the khakis, the camouflage pants, and some kind of sweater that says something with a bird on it or OVO or Take Care or something. Yeah, he's Jewish. [laughs]" (ITN [Productions])

^ LOL!!!! I swear, Wayne goes at Drake more than Drake goes at Rihanna. Now, that's a lot! How can you straight up clown this doggy's dressing skills? LOL!!!!!!! SHOTS FIRED, but at least they were only blanks.

5. These Doggies Are Nice

He has got his own skateboard clothing line, but when it comes to fashion Lil Wayne reckons Kanye West is far more stylish. "I do not consider myself the most stylish rapper out there," he said. "I'd say if I had to consider someone the most stylish rapper out there, I would definitely say that would be a Kanye West or an Andre 3000." The rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr, reckons his personal style has evolved throughout his career. "I was one of the guys that would 'geek chic' it every now and then... Now I'm just more into whatever works for me. I think that's just age." (ITN)

^ CO-SIGN. Funky? Yeah. Weird? Yeah. Original and creative? YES! Give props to Wayne for not saying himself and giving props where props belong.

4. Mrs. Butterworth: Sagia Castaneda

I'm ready for summer love, y'all. Call me a sucker doggy but I don't care. It's that time of the year where any and every doggy, no matter how "street" or "tough" your rep is, you've got a wifey on your side for those long nights and quiet weekends. Something about kicking your feet up and having that little sweet thing sending you text messages that you actually want to read? SMH. That's what I'm all about come June 21st. No disrespect to the smart chicks, but I need a bad, thick Mrs. Butterworth like Sagia Castaneda. Examine her profile and point out any faults. I dare y'all!

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^ SMH. If that wasn't enough proof, then take a gander at what her viral reputation is. She's got thickness that yearns paying attention to!

5. Doggies Say The Darndest Things

What a funny past seven days, doggies. I don't even know where to begin. Whenever you think DMX's down for the count, he continues to come back and amaze us with a classic interview. Even crazier than X is Jim Jones talking about that delayed Dipset reunion album. File that in the re: Detox folder, y'all. How about Waka Flocka Flame? Atlanta or Queens, he's in a Waka State of Mind. Your kids are still in your nuts? HUH!? LOL!!! And hasn't Stalley learned anything from doggies like Mazaardi Fox or even Memphis Bleek? Don't whine and complain about your status and music, you're affiliated with Maybach Music Group! That's like riding the bench on the Lakers and complaining about not contributing to the NBA Finals run. SMH. Really, Stalley? The last doggy that has to get the "SMFH" treatment is Birdman. Drake? Gangster? LOL!!!! In case y'all didn't realize it yet, it's time for "Doggies Say The Darndest Things!"

1. DMX

"F*ck 'em, f*ck 'em, f*ck 'em, f*ck 'em, f*ck 'em," X told Rosenberg after hearing how the dispute between Hot 97 and Young Money happened following his "Starships" on-stage diss. "If they can't deal with it, smack the sh*t out of them. Well, I mean if it goes further than that, if they're disagreeing and it gets to the point where they get in your face, smack a f*cking tooth out their f*cking mouth. [Will I have your back if you do?] F*cking right."

2. Jim Jones

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"Me and Killa [Cam'ron] has been working diligently together and recording and things like that. So, everything is moving not as fast as everybody else would want it to, but it's moving just on time for us," Jim said, referencing he and the group's lead MC Cam'ron. "The Diplomat album is definitely in the works." There is a single in the pipeline, Jim briefly spoke on the Lil Wayne-assisted "Have You Ever Made Love to a Diplomat," but didn't say when fans will be able to hear it. If Jones had his way, the roll-out for the Harlem group's comeback album will begin with a fall reality show documenting the quartet's recording process. The program would then lead up to a December release for the LP. It's all very hypothetical at the moment, Jones said.

3. Waka Flocka Flame

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"I've got a little family now. It's a secret. I have god kids. But I don't have any of my own kids. They're still in my nuts, swimming around. They aren't ready to come out. Being in a family kind of changes your lyrics though, because you've got the little ones listening to your stuff. And you wanna be more mature because you've got a woman. My house is getting remodeled. I'm going with the all-white look for the kitchen and dining room. I've got a studio in there. I'm thinking about moving out, so I'm really like building it up to be like, the Brick Squad mansion. I'm 25. Five years from now I'll be 30. But a lot of people in the game now will be 40, or close to it. So I'm like, sh*t, I'm cool. I ain't in no rush. I want to make a good investment in this now though, so I can sit down later. Cause when I'm 30-something, I'm gonna be grumpy."

4. Stalley

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"Somebody can put out a video and it is just a regular song but with Twitter it becomes this big thing that, if Twitter weren't around, we wouldn't be talking about at all," he said. "Hypothetically speaking, Kanye puts out a song," he said. "And Kanye is popular on Twitter, he's in that social media world, and somebody who might not spend as much time in that world gets overlooked. Someone else doesn't get the same recognition, because he's not keeping his name in peoples' mouths. And it hurts. Part of the rap world is stuck being cheerleaders and fans. It is like high school, and people want to be part of the popular clique. I know Kanye is passionate about his work, and I am, too. I put blood, sweat and tears into my music. That is all I was trying to express."

5. Birdman

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"Well, to me, I think n---as got Drake twisted. A lot of n---as be playin', pitty-pattin' with Drake. I don't like that sh--, period," Birdman said to us in an exclusive interview. "Drake is one of us, so if you f---in' with Drake, you f---in' with us, period!" Birdman wasn't in attendance when the fight broke out at W.I.P. in NYC, but firmly believes the Take Care MC did nothing wrong. Drake alleges he wasn't involved in the melee, which left a number of people injured including one of Brown's bodyguards and NBA player Tony Parker. "To me, Drizzy ain't did nothin' wrong, he ain't done nothin' wrong to nobody. He just doin' great music," Bird said in defense of his artist. "He's not a reckless guy out there just wildin' out; he's a humble kid makin' great music."

***It's time for the weekend doggies and if y'all are like me, much like last week, y'all are getting a cooler, filling it up with ice and cold drinks, putting the AC "and" the fan on full blast and rocking out to some X-Box 360. While you're at it, might as well order up some pizzas just to see the delivery doggy sweat a bit. LOL! Y'all stay cool and don't forget to peep the Subway Series! Yankees need a sweep and what better team than the Mets! LOL. I'll catch y'all on Tuesday! --BB***

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

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