This Picture Of Guy Fieri Pointing At 50 Cent Will Give You Bromance Chills

You cannot cook up a more unlikely duo.

1. We all know how much Guy Fieri likes to point at things in pictures.

We all know how much Guy Fieri likes to point at things in pictures.

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2. Well, Guy just outdid himself because he ran into 50 Cent backstage at LIVE with Kelly and Michael. Luckily for us plebes, he captured this ~ candid moment ~ with him pointing his finger at 50, natch.

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A Definitive Ranking Of Hip-Hop’s Most Influential Crews

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This is highly open to interpretation. But generally speaking, a crew consists of several artists — usually a heavyweight, a rapper, some subgroups, maybe a singer at some point or other. Some of the members might come and go. Also, these are groups who proudly repped their set, through logos, chains, hand signs, clothing lines, or just making sure you never forgot their name.

We asked ourselves questions about their cultural impact, regional influence, longevity, and uniqueness. Who changed our childhood? What crews fill you with nostalgia? Who kicked down doors? Who made you say ugh?

26. Slip-N-Slide Records

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He says: When you think of crews, you gotta go with your biggest act. If your biggest rapper is Trick Daddy, like, come on.”She says: “Drop the mic, Javi. Drop the mic.”

25. Maybach Music Group

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He says: “I feel like they’re a two-trick pony. Who else is on there besides like Rick Ross and Meek Mill?”She says: “My favorite, Wale! Unfortunately. This label is the death of him. And I guess wack-ass French Montana-Kardashian.”

24. Screwed-Up Click

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She says: “I understand they are regional legends. I understand DJ Screw is responsible for chopped and screwed music. But none of this ever became national. And this is where my understanding ends.”He says: “In my opinion, they invented and popularized an entire style of music.”

23. Flipmode Squad

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He says: “**sings**’What it is right now?’ I think they’re a one-trick pony, but it’s a good —”She says: “It’s a good pony? LOL. Yeah. I mean, Busta was the man.”He says: “But I’ve never heard anyone say, like, ohmigod I love Flipmode. Never walk into anyone’s room and see Flipmode posters.”She says: “OK, but like, Busta Rhymes.”

22. Terror Squad

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He says: “I’m still on the fence about Slip-N-Slide versus Terror Squad.”She says: “Nope, Terror Squad is lower, and here’s why: When you think of Miami, you think of Trick Daddy. When you think New York, you think… a whole lot of other people before you get to Fat Joe.”He says: “Terror Squad had Big Pun.”She says:“Good point. They represented the region AND their culture.”

21. Hypnotize Camp Posse

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She says: “I don’t even know why they’re on here.”He says: “Riddle me this, Dria: Who else on the list has an Oscar? Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t even have an Oscar, and Three 6 Mafia has an Oscar, so put that in your pipe and smoke it.”She says: Some people go to Julliard. Others sing ‘It’s Hard Out Here For a Pimp.”

20. Grand Hustle

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She says: “‘Grand Hustle homie!’ T.I. did also usher in an Atlanta renaissance. But fuck them. Iggy Azalea is part of this wretched squad.”He says: “I think Grand Hustle is like the other Atlanta clique. But Iggy is hot right now.”

19. Top Dawg Entertainment

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She says: “It’s really just Kendrick and his friends.”He says: “I like Kendrick Lamar, I like his shit, but I will always have an issue with his ‘king of New York statement.’”She says: “I meeeean, as a storyteller, no one is better then K.Dot. No matter what city or state. Good kid, m.A.A.d city is a complete snapshot of his adolescence, a full story in a way that most rap does not offer these days. Also, I hear Schoolboy Q had a No. 1 album. They’re on the rise.”He says: “I don’t feel that strongly about them yet.”

18. Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All

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She says: “Let me be clear: I don’t understand these youths. They make me want to drink some Milk of Magnesia and take a nap. But they have the requisite solo stars, such as Tyler, the Creator. They have groups within the clique like The Internet. And, well, Frank Ocean. Also, they’re irreverent and controversial. I think they inspire the kids, maybe.”He says: “They have so many groups within groups that they’re hard to keep up with. I do like them, and feel like they have an amazing future ahead of them.”

17. St. Lunatics

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BOTH: “IT’S A MIDWEST SWANG!”She says: “They made hip-hop fun again! They were all bouncy and sing-songy — and Nelly was fine like rappers hadn’t been in a long time. He had major hits, and pop-crossover appeal.” He says: “He put the region on his back. Like who did you think of when you thought of rap from the Midwest? Nobody. I will always be a sucker for cornrows and manicured toes.”

16. Disturbing Tha Peace

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She says: “At this point, we’re dealing with a bunch of cliques that have one heavyweight and a bunch of randos. So we’re asking ourselves here if Ludacris is more influential than, like, Nelly.”He says: “Luda was a DJ in Atlanta, and he’s like more of an entertainer. He’s an actor, he came out in all those Fast and the Furiouses. And he dropped bows on ‘em.”She says: “I also feel like he put Atlanta on, like he helped them break through at that time, and gave the South the shine it wasn’t getting.”

15. Ruff Ryders

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She says: “Swizz, Swizz Beats!”He says: “They had one of the easiest, sing-songy hooks of all time: ‘Stop! Drop!’ Sounds like a nursery rhyme!”She says: “Listen, DMX is my one. I looooove me some DMX. Also, the ‘pitbull in a skirt,’ E-V-E.”He says: “Shit, they still play ‘Party Up’ on ESPN.”

14. Star Trak

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She says: “I mean it’s hard to name anybody beyond Pharrell —”He says: “But FUUUCK Pharrell and N.E.R.D. are innovative.”She says: “The thing about them — much like Missy Elliott and Timbaland — they crafted their own sound. It didn’t matter who the artist was, because of the sounds they used and whatnot, you knew you were listening to a Neptunes record.”

13. G.O.O.D. Music

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He says: “They got John Legend, right? That’s reason enough for me.”She says: “They’re fairly high, but mainly because they had so many artists of substance: ‘Ye, Legend, Common, Mos Def…and they got my boi Big Sean.”He says: “I almost feel like they should be higher. And I feel like a lot of stuff they’re doing is different.”She says: “Ooh, we have to put them lower because honestly, they’re a collection of people who were already dope and famous. It’s like they reverse-engineered a super clique. Plus, who’s even with them right now? Like, Teyana Taylor and Pusha T? They’re not really doing anything as a unit right now because —”He says: “Because Kanye’s too busy being a Kardashian.”

12. G-Unit


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She says: “No. 11?? They’re up pretty high.”He says: “They had hits. I feel like Lloyd Banks wasn’t that great of a rapper, though.”She says: “Awww wait a minute! I loved Lloyd Banks. He had punchlines.”He says: “That’s what New York rap was all about. Metaphors and punchlines. Didn’t they have their own clothing line?”She says: “Yup! And people actually wore it too. Buuuuttt can I put them lower for the fact that Fifty fuckin’ dated Chelsea Handler?”He says: I just remember the beef between 50 and Ja Rule, and 50 came out on top, so I think they should be higher than Murder Inc.”She says: But he picked at Ja. That was a low blow. And you only come for people who are hotter than you, otherwise it doesn’t benefit you.”He says: “Hey — He made more money from VitaminWater than he did from rapping.”She says: “I respect his business acumen, absolutely. But he ain’t goin’ higher than Murder Inc. This is about cliques. Also many cliques had a member they were holding down who was in jail. Yayo met this prerequisite for them.”

11. So So Def

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He says: “To me, it was all about Jagged Edge”She says: “I hated Jagged Edge!”He says: “You still hear ‘Let’s Get Married’ to this day.”She says: “Yuck! That’s the least romantic song ever! ‘We might as well do it’?? You should never play that at your wedding!”He says: “Now you’re just splitting hairs.”She says: “In that case, they were ugly too. Anyways, you jumped out with J.E. like they weren’t led by freakin’ Jermaine Dupri. Plus, they had Da Brat, Lil Bow Wow…and kinda Mariah Carey.”

10. Murder Inc.

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She says: “Ja Rule and Ashanti were unstoppable.” He says: “Ja Rule nailed the whole duet thing, back in the early 2000s.” She says: “He had the songs with my girl Lil Mo, too.”He says: And one of Christina Milian’s first songs — Both: “‘Now when I first met her all I thought was thong-thong-thong’!”She says: “And let’s be honest: He put J.Lo on. ‘I’m Real’? Please, she crossed over because of him.”

9. Dungeon Family

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She says: “Goodie Mob are more regional. But them plus OutKast is just…”He says: “OutKast by themselves are legends. And then when CeeLo went off on his own? He was so creative.”She says: “Also to your point of longevity, no one is messing with 3-Stacks.”

8. No Limit

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He says: “I remember them for their blinged-out, cheesy ass album covers. Which Cash Money had, too.”She says: “But I think No Limit was out first. Right?”He says: “By a hair.”She says: “Yeeeah. Master P built an empire. He was, like, record-breaking rich at the time, independently. He really, really was a mogul. And he put his whole family on.” **winks at fine-ass Lil Romeo**He says: “Did you see his episode of Cribs? His foyer was gold-plated. That’s how rich he was at one point, to say the room in the house that nobody uses? I’m gonna put gold on it.”She says: “Also, C-Murder. He’s the locked-up member they were holding down.”He says: “Mystikal too, for a minute.”She says: “He was so dumb for that.” **shakes head. sips tea**

7. 2 Live Crew

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She says: “Oh my God! We almost forgot Uncle Luke and ‘nem! How could we? Uncle Luke testified before the Supreme Court!”He says: “The man is a champion of free speech.”She says: “They were so filthy. They were sued for being too nasty! But no one did booty-shaking music better. No one. To this day, you throw on “Scrub Da Ground,” it’s over. Or any damn 2 Live Crew song.”He says: “You know what else I like about them? They don’t use metaphors. They don’t sugarcoat shit. They don’t say ‘cookie or cho-cha.’ You know exactly what the song’s about, in the title and in the lyrics.”She says: “Also, they put on for Miami. Would you have Pitbull, Trick Daddy, Trina without 2 Live Crew???”

6. Wu-Tang Clan

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She says: “I might sit this out. They’re soooo regional to me.”He says: “They’re so influential though. There’s so many of them, and a lot of them went on to have solo careers. RZA, GZA,Ghostface Killah, ODB, Method Man…And they’ve had beef with literally everybody.She says: “But they didn’t have a singer. That’s kinda part of the rules. I agree they should be high, though. I just was a kid and don’t really have any personal reference for them.”

5. Roc-A-Fella


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He says: “Roc-A-Fella had their run, but what puts them anywhere near the top five is Hova.”She says: “But also, Dame Dash was a businessman. Hov is a living legend, which puts them near the top, but they really branched out and diversified. I respect that.”

4. Bad Boy Records

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She says: “Too many artists to name – 112, Ma$e, The LOX, Loon, Craig Mack, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans, Diddy…”He says: “Black Rob! But name five Bad Boy artists who are still relevant.”She says: “Can’t do it, which is why Bad Boy gets demerits for being a place careers went to die. However, they absolutely changed the game during their time. Shiny suits? The producer all up in the video?” He says: “Biggie is the greatest rapper of all time.”She says: “That’s another argument for another day. “

3. Young Money

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She says: “As Nicki and Drake have been saying recently, they’ve been running the game for the past five years. Like, for the entirety of your collegiate years and young adult life, you have been rocking to YMCMB hits. There’s a whole bunch of folks over there, but the triumvirate of Wayne, Drake, and Nicki —”He says: “That’s it right there.”She says: “Not that I necessarily like any of them, I’m just acknowledging that they have clout right now. They are absolutely unstoppable.”He says: “But how long is it gonna last?”She says: “I mean, for however long it lasts, they have influence now and have for the last few years. Even when Wayne was in jail. They’re the team to beat. And now they have this mutant rapper Young Thug and Rich Gang…”He says: “Birdman, he’s a savvy businessman. And he does it with all those awful face tattoos. Have you seen him? He has a star tattoo in the middle of his head? He’s one of the few millionaires who can do that. Fame didn’t change him; oh nooo.”

2. Cash Money

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He says: “Two words: staying power. They’ve been doing it since the late ’90s.”She says: “Since the 9-9 to be exact. But they’re not still doing it. They’re like fragmented and broken up.”He says: “Lil Wayne?”She says: “They have to be higher than Young Money, because Cash Money beget Young Money.”

1. Death Row Records

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He says: “This is No. 1, hands down. Every single member was iconic. *Snoop, Dr. Dre, Suge Knight…”She says: “I would make them No. 1 for 2pac alone.”He says: “Everyone from Death Row is still relevant today.”She says: “For better or worse.”

Honorable mention: Missy Elliott, Ginuwine, Timbaland, Aaliyah

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At some point, some of these artists and producers went by the name Swing Mob, but that group disbanded in 1995, and the alums went on to literally change the sound of R&B music. Missy, Timbaland, Aaliyah, and Ginuwine made revolutionary music — and music videos — together in the late ’90s/early aughts.

Some sources say they later went by the name Da Bassment — but part of being a clique is the unabashed representation of your clique. These artists never had a logo, chain, or shout-outs in the records; however, it’d still be remiss not to mention the long-lasting collective impact of these icons.

Disagree with us? Sound off in the comments below!

*And yes, we know that Snoop has been in every clique at some point during his career.

A Definitive Ranking Of Hip-Hop's Most Influential Crews

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Truer words have never been spoken – “Cash Rules Everything Around Me.” We heard you loud and clear; Wu-Tang Clan is now in the top 10, and rightfully so. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { if (BF_STATIC.bf_test_mode) localStorage.setItem(‘update_posted_date’, ‘2014-08-14 15:28:52 -0400’); }); BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById(“update_article_correction_time_3595196”).innerHTML = UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(‘2014-08-14 15:28:52 -0400’, ‘update’); });

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50 Cent Has Got Himself Into Serious Legal Trouble Over His Instagrams

Posting pictures of huge piles of cash isn’t the smartest move for a man currently claiming bankruptcy, but 50 Cent has gone ahead and done it anyway.

The rapper is being hauled back to court to explain the Instagram photos, seemingly that show he isn’t quite as “broke” as he makes out…

50 claimed he was bankrupt after he was ordered to payLastonia Leviston $7 million in a sex tape case. Leviston, spotting the photos, brought them to the attention of JudgeAnn Nevins, who has since expressed concern that the rapper’s claim might not be entirely legit.

50 Cent’s lawyers, however, are claiming that the photos are irrelevant to his claim, as his social media is used to promote his brand, and aren’t necessarily a true reflection of his wealth:

“By including pictures from [Mr. Jacksons] social media accounts and implying that [he] is hiding assetsthe [three creditors] intentionally ignore that [Mr. Jackson] is in the entertainment and promotion business and must maintain his brand and image (or those of the products he is promoting).”

In any case, he’s going to have some explaining to do…

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50 Cent And Meek Mill’s Feud Is Getting Out Of Control (Photos)

On Sunday, 50 Cent launched a brutal Instagram assault against rapper Meek Mill in response to Mills insult-track, Gave Em Hope, which implies the Get Rich Or Die Tryin‘ rapper is a has-been.

The songs lyrics include the following lines, seemingly directed at 50:

You tried to go ‘Money’ May with that paper/ but now you in debt, cause you never was that/ F*ck is you high?

You know better than that.

50 Cent, it seems, did not appreciate Meek Mills commentary on his financial situation.

In a series of Instagram posts, 50 referred to Mill, who is dating Nikki Minaj, as a sh*thead and wrote,

Hey sh*t head, your career is over already. You better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support girl.

(Side note: I dont think 50 understands how child support works).

See the drama below.

It started with this (very mature) mashup of Meeks face and a poop emoji.

And it pretty much went downhill from there.


As one commenter pointed out, 50 has no chill.

He was makin Mill memes

Reposting ridiculous videos

…and generally doing everything he could to make sure Mill got the message.

He made sure to include insults that would really burn.

And he finally stopped his assault after two long hours.

Meek responded by rubbing his riches in 50s face.

But he ultimately decided to be the bigger man.

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50 Cent Just Met A Son He Never Knew He Had At A Meet And Greet

In what could be a scene out of movie, 50 Cent seemingly came face to face with the son he never knew he had over the weekend.

Already father to 19-year-oldMarquise Jackson, and 3-year-old Sire Jackson, the 40-year-old rapper met Davian for the first time, seemingly at a meet-and-greet.

He posted the following photo of the two – his son in tears – on his Instagram:

A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Apr 23, 2016 at 12:36pm PDT

With it, he said:

My life is full of surprises, this little guy is my son DAVIAN. He started crying, I was thinking why you crying i gotta pay for this s**t. LMAO”

Since then, 50 Cent has posted various Instagrams, boasting about this son that he’s in the process of getting to know:

A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Apr 24, 2016 at 11:32am PDT

Sharing the aboveemail, he posted:

“I JUST GOT THIS, DAMN I NEVER DID This good. This kid is smarter then a motherf***er !!! I’m a get Big Floyd to give him some hands”

He also shared a picture of his newly discovered son:

This is Davian doing his, I’m cooler then my dad look. Talking about meet me at Red Stix. LMAO

A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Apr 24, 2016 at 11:57am PDT

There is, however, some speculation that this could be an elaborate prank on the part of 50 Cent: as The Inquisitr commented:

“Unless 50 Cent comes clean and lets fans know more details about how he determined that Davian was his son, it looks like most are chalking it up to an epic joke from a rapper who is known for clowning around and pranking people on social media.”

On a different note. Can you believe that this song is 13 years old? I feel old.

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‘Yo sick arm bro’: 50 Cent throws out two-bit 1st pitch [video, pics]!/JeffPassan/status/471438638036058112

Rapper 50 Cent was at the New York Mets game tonight to throw out the first pitch. It went really well assuming that his goal was to make Barack Obama look like a Cy Young Award winner.!/MarcCarig/status/471430781886529536!/Jflinno/status/471439057352814593!/CityHall03/status/471439169345314816!/RapSheet/status/471456562049867776!/alanduda/status/471431415977238528

Hmmm. That was pretty bad too but at least it seemed to go in the right general direction.

Mr. Cent laughed it off and took some pics with fans despite all the ribbing.


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