SOHH Whatcha Think: Lil Wayne's Daughter Has A Boyfriend, Joe/Cons Fight Footage Surfaces, French Montana & Trina Still Creepin'?

Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013 11:55AM

Written by SOHH On The Spot

Wiggle Wednesday. It's time to get up and move around, in other words, wiggle! We're going to start off today with Lil Wayne's baby, Reginae, not Birdman, finding some young love. Speaking of love, turns out the footage of "Love & Hip Hop" stars Joe Budden and Consequence's short-lived attack is out. Since we're talking about things being out, it looks like French Montana and Trina are out and about with their relationship again. All this coming up in SOHH Whatcha Think.

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

1. It's The Baby's Baby

Is Lil Wayne's daughter going to have a kid soon? Probably and hopefully not, but she's got her eyes on a guy who happens to like her just as much, or so it would seem. Turns out Reginae is not only signed to Young Money but following in her father's footsteps by seeing what love is all about. Media Take Out has more:

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April 17, 2013: If you look at dude's legs you can see that lil an ALREADY got a few tats on him. Hey . . . they say that girls are ALWAYS interested in guys that are like their DADS . . so it makes sense. (Media Take Out)

Hopefully they are not doing anything too wild, but it's good to see Reginae has someone in her life. Considering the scare Lil Wayne worked up last month about his seizures and then all of the widespread media attention the situation received, you would only hope Reginae has a love in her life to speak to. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

2. Let's Get Ready To Fumble

Some things are just best left never seen and that happens to be the case with Joe Budden and Consequence. After we heard about their fight and recieved various angles, the footage from Consequence attacking Joe Budden is finally out and it really paints him in a bad light. Baller Status has the clip:

The beef between Consequence and Joe Budden has been brewing for a minute, and came to a head during the taping of the "Love & Hip Hop: New York Reunion" show back in March, in which the pair became physical on set. While both offered their own accounts (Joe, Cons) when the incident happened, footage from VH1 has finally surfaced. Take a look. (Baller Status)

The footage is actually worse than most people probably imagined. It seemed like Joe was just slapped by Consequence, but the footage, in real time, shows he really got snuffed for what seems like no reason at all. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

3. Day & Nite

After it seemed like they had broken up, it now looks like French Montana and Trina are back to "working" with one another again. There's no telling how they balance work and pleasure, but they do seem to make a cute couple. Necole Bitchie has the proof:

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It's a party! Last night, coupled up rappers Trina and French Montana were spotted in a white Rolls Royce as they arrived in style at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City They were joined inside by Ciara and her boyfriend Future, as well as a number of industry guests, who were there to celebrate the birthday of Power 105.1FM's DJ Prostyle. It was a star studded occasion with performances by Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Fabolous, Fat Joe, and Wale. Afterward, everyone headed to Stage 48 where they finished the night off at the official after party. (Necole Bitchie)

Hopefully these two can really make a nice couple. Don't forget, Trina has been known to just make a really good friend to a lot of hip-hop artists like Trick Daddy and Rick Ross, so there's no telling if this is a real intimate relationship or not. #SOHHWhatchaThink?

That about wraps it up for today. This is SOHH On The Spot giving you the morning scoop from your favorite gossip sites.

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

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