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Sexyy Red Confirms Remix Of “Hellcats SRTs” With Lil Durk

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Sexyy Red Confirms Remix Of Hellcats SRTs With Lil Durk
Luca Giannattasio

Sexyy Redd has officially announced that Lil Durk will be featured on the remix of her track “Hellcats SRTs” from her Hood Hottest Princess project.

On August 21st, Durk expressed his inspiration from Lil Baby and his desire to embark on a feature-filled journey. He later confirmed that collaborations with Sexyy Redd and ytbFATT were in the works.

In an Instagram Story post, the Chicago rapper stated, “I feel like going on my feature run. I’m healed… First stop: Sexy Redd. Second stop: YTB Fatt.” Sexyy Redd playfully responded, teasing him about misspelling her name, saying, “Dang, you gon’ spell my name wrong, Lil Jerk?” Durk promptly silenced any doubts by sharing a screenshot from his Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), confirming that he had completed his verse. This announcement sparked excitement from Sexyy Redd.

Amusingly, Lil Durk intentionally misspelled her name as “cexy reddd.” In response, Sexyy Redd tweeted, “OK, Luh Derk got me lost for words right now.”

Although there is no official release date for the “Hellcats SRTs (Remix),” it’s worth noting that the original version’s music video has already garnered over 2.8 million views on YouTube.

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Drake Teases New Collabs with SZA and Yeat on “For All the Dogs”

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Drake Teases New Collabs with SZA and Yeat on "For All the Dogs"

Drake continues to heighten anticipation surrounding his upcoming album, “For All the Dogs,” by teasing new collaborations with SZA and Yeat.

The Toronto-born artist took to Instagram, sharing the cover art of his upcoming single with SZA using an image of Halle Berry being slimed at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, complete with a “Parental Advisory” sticker. In the post, Drake tagged SZA, and accompanied it with a caption featuring a single face emoji and a green heart emoji, leaving fans to ponder.

Simultaneously, Drake offered a sneak peek of his forthcoming collaboration with Yeat, using the track as the soundtrack to promote the upcoming Nike NOCTA Glide sneaker. Yeat himself joined the excitement by commenting on Drake’s Instagram post, stating, “This one’s for the dogs.”

Mark your calendars for the release of Drake’s “For All the Dogs” on September 22nd.

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Reality Star Erica Mena Fired from ‘LLHATL’ After Racial Slurs Aimed at Dancehall Artist Spice in Heated Clash

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Reality Star Erica Mena Gets the Boot from 'LLHATL' After Racial Slurs Aimed at Dancehall Artist Spice in Heated Clash

In a recent episode of the popular VH1 (now on MTV) reality series, “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” a highly contentious altercation unfolded between reality TV personality Erica Mena and Dancehall sensation Spice. Known for its drama and confrontations, the show took a particularly disturbing turn as this heated exchange featured the use of a racial slur, resulting in significant backlash against Mena.

The confrontation reached a boiling point when Spice made a claim that Mena’s eldest son harbored negative feelings toward his own mother. In a fit of anger, Mena lashed out by physically flipping a table on the “So Mi Like It” artist. Her response was equally disturbing, as she not only wished death upon Spice but also used a racially derogatory term.

Mena’s explosive remark included a horrifying statement regarding Spice’s health scare from the previous year: “That bi**h should’ve died!,” Mena exclaimed. In retort, Spice countered, “Your son hates you, bi**h!” Mena, in a further display of hostility, uttered a racial slur directed at Spice. “You monkey, you f**king blue monkey!”

In the aftermath of this distressing incident, the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta franchise took to its social media platforms to issue a statement regarding Erica Mena’s future on the show. The statement read, “The Love & Hip Hop franchise has never shied away from hard conversations in our community. Working hand-in-hand with our partners, viewers will see the impact of Erica Mena’s remarks play out in the final three episodes of the season. Effective immediately, she will not appear in the next season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.”

Spice, on the other hand, responded to the situation by sharing her perspective on social media. In a since-deleted Instagram post, she raised questions about Erica’s actions. Spice queried, ““Kids are off limits right??????? But I guess it’s only when I ask cause where’s the same energy when Scrappy and Stevie J talked about it.” She concluded her post with a pointed reference to Mena’s derogatory remarks, saying, “But now I’m a Monkey and should have died on the table? Ok, Erica.”

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Lil Wayne, Doja Cat, And More To Perform At 2023 MTV VMAs

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Lil Wayne, Doja Cat, And More To Perform At 2023 MTV VMAs

Today (Aug. 31), MTV revealed the performers set to grace the stage at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards. Set to air live from Newark’s Prudential Center on Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. ET, we will see performances by Demi Lovato, Karol G, Måneskin, Stray Kids, Doja Cat, Lil Wayne, Anitta, Kelsea Ballerini, and TOMORROW X TOGETHER.

With a whopping five nominations under her belt this year, the VMAs serve as an appetizer for Doja Cat’s North American tour, which features the talents of Ice Spice and Doechii. Doja Cat’s album’s lead single, “Paint the Town Red,” has remarkably climbed to the No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in less than a month, solidifying her status as a chart-topping sensation.

Lil Wayne, marking over a decade since his last VMAs performance, is poised to take the stage once again, this time to showcase his latest single, “Kat Food.” The New Orleans rapper has also received a well-deserved nomination for Best Hip Hop, due to his recent collaboration, “Kant Nobody,” alongside the iconic Swizz Beatz and the late DMX. The anticipation for his return to the VMAs stage is nothing short of electric.

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