Kevin Hart’s new mixtape as Chocolate Droppa is gaining some press, thanks to some of the major features on the comedian’s upcoming rap effort. T.I. and Migos are featured on Chocolate Droppa’s new single “Baller Alert,” which was produced by Lex Luger. Trey Songz is featured on the upcoming single “Push It On Me Now,” which is supposed to be released on Friday September 30. The mixtape, which features numerous A-list rappers, is supposed to hit the streets prior to the “Kevin Hart: What Now?” film, which is due in theaters nationwide on October 14.
Sean Kingston is denying claims from Compton rapper Game, who swears Sean Kingston and Meek Mill told authorities he had something to do with a June 2016 incident, in which Kingston was beaten and robbed for $300,000 worth of jewelry at Playhouse in Los Angeles. In addition to a searing video that featured Sean Kingston talking greasy about Game’s mom, his own connection to the bloods and Game’s alleged past a stripper, Sean dug up his lawyer, who produced paperwork disputing Game’s accusations. “At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Sean Kingston’s attorney told TMZ.com. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.” TMZ obtained a copy of the police report, and it appears to confirm that Game as never mentioned as a suspect.
Nipsey Hussle has weighed in on the growing beef between Sean Kingston, Game, Meek Mill and now Philadelphia rap legend, Beanie Sigel. As noted above, the rappers are feuding back and forth over allegations that Game robbed Sean Kingston of $300,000 worth of jewels, with more accusations claiming Meek also talked to investigators. Well, either way, Nispey Hussle said he wasn’t going to sit by and allow another East/West Coast feud to divide Hip-Hop. “Hip hop need to stop gassing this “beef” between @thegame and @MeekMill,” Nipsey Hussle Tweeted. “N##gas gone sit down like men and express they differences and come to and understanding.”