It seems like media personalities have more beef than rappers, especially in the gossip sector. But, we do have the Hip Hop commentators going at it too.
DJ Akademiks, after waking up from his extended blink, found out that Rory, from the Joe Budden Podcast, had said something about him. I think it was about him falling asleep and his drinking, but I don't really know. Anyways, when AK found out he had a lot to say. Here is an excerpt...
Akademiks went into more violent talks about what he would do to defend himself. He was talking some gangsta sh*t.
Now, Richard Lomax is not playing when it comes to the Onsite girls. It appears someone said something on their platform that was a lie, and he is going to press charges. Can we say, "slander" and "defamation"?
This Richard vs Onsite was headed for a lawsuit of some type because neither side can let it go. Richard was already dealing legally with Onsite about the content using his likeness.
It's funny because I fell into blogging, but I decided to really pursue it because I couldn't stand many of the blogs out. I thought many were toxic and were purposely lying to their followers, particularly when it came to Nicki. In two years, the only thing that has changed is blogs having STANs instead of followers now. But, it's still very toxic and lying is the norm. So, I am not surprised that there are lots of threats and lawsuits flying around.
Blogging will really change when one of these lawsuits actually gets a judgment, either way.
Cardi vs Tasha K will change how Youtubers do their stories
Richard Lomax vs Onsite Girl will change how bloggers speak on each other
I think Youtube even made a rule where YouTubers couldn't talk about each other because it got so bad. That rule went to hell lol.
Have y'all noticed a change in blogging for the better or worse? How do you feel about all the fighting? Do you believe there needs to be lawsuits to get things cleaned up?
Run the "Likes" Up