May 31, 2009

Dearest Eminem,

Dearest Eminem,

My jaw fell to the floor when i saw dude land
"FACE DOWN/ASS UP" in your lap.
At 1st, it was WTF Is up w/ the
old ass white man hanging by a rope-naked-
w/ wings?!
But eventually, the ropes were released & dude
landed in your lap.
Well his head did anyway...
While his ass & balls tapped your chin.

I could IMMEDIATELY sense this was not planned..
[by you anyway].
"Get this Muthafu*ka off me!" you said as
the bodyguards rush to grab those big ass wings
to release you out of a position NO MAN should
be in.

I, personally, was a lil offended & felt like you
should have whooped Bruno's pun intended.

Also, MTV is wack ass hell for that sh*t.
You had just finished performing & everything.

May 21, 2009

Dearest Notorious B.I.G.,

Dearest Notorious B.I.G.,


I can't believe its been over 10 years since that fatal day in L.A.,
But despite the void hip hop has w/ you not here,
You are one of the best who ever did it & youre a reason why I
am such a huge hip hop lover now.

May 12, 2009

Dearest Rick Ross,

Dearest Rick Ross,

BUSTEDDDDD [again]!!!!
[SMH] This is a damn shame.
Such a damn perpetrator! [EWWW]

Mr. Michael D. Pantalony, Esq. [Louis Vuitton Malletier],
politely sent a letter over to XXL magazine regarding the
"Louis Vuitton Evidence Sunglasses"
that you wore on the cover of the May09 Issue.

Dear Editor:

We were dismayed to see the cover of the May 2009 issue of XXL Magazine, which features a photo of Rick Ross wearing a pair of sunglasses prominently featuring counterfeit Louis Vuitton trademarks. Because the photo has generated considerable confusion among your readers and Louis Vuitton customers among others, we feel it is important to clarify several points.

The first is that the sunglasses Mr. Ross is wearing were not made by Louis Vuitton, and in fact, are counterfeit. Louis Vuitton did not grant permission to Mr. Ross or to whoever did make the sunglasses to use our trademarks. The second is that no affiliation, sponsorship or association exists between Rick Ross or XXL and Louis Vuitton. The third is that counterfeiting is illegal.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to correct the confusion.


Michael D. Pantalony, Esq.
Louis Vuitton Malletier

LMAO...Where'd you get your pair?
[@ the Oakland Park Flea Market?]

PS: You say on the cover, "Ive never had a credibility problem..."
Obviously, your sunglasses do..

May 09, 2009

Dearest Nick Cannon,

Dearest Nick Cannon,


I was doing my daily "Blog Browsing" when I came across
The HipHop Chronicle .
It was there that I stumbled upon your remarks to
Eminem [aka "Slim Lamey"-HA!]-after he mentioned your name & called
[one of my fav. R&B singer of all time] Mariah Carey,
a damn whore...
Excuse me, a "Fu*king whore"

"Nick Cannon you prick, I wish you luck with the fu*king whore"


You then proceeded to post the above picture & the comments below on your Blog.

So as I continued to semi enjoy Marshall’s rhyme scheme and flow, I mean let’s be honest dude used to be incredible. He was a witty lyrist with dope delivery and timing. Some even say, one of the best to ever do it. I had nothing but respect for this dude. But all of a sudden I hear my name in the verse! My first reaction was like, “This is his new shit??? Wow, that’s too bad…” Then I felt sorry for him because he must really be stuck in the past. Not only has his music not evolved, but also homeboy is still obsessed with my wife, the same female that wouldn’t let him get to second base from 8 years ago! …That’s some real middle school shit right there! (What type of grown ass man lies about getting with a chick) Only Slim Lamey! LOL!

So as I further examine the track, I hear dude cross the line. He begins to call my wife out of her name! Now as y’all know, I don’t take that type of nonsense lightly.

So on some grown man shit I’m instantly like, I got to get at this Lame. I know it’s only entertainment and I’m all for freedom of speech. But I’m from the school of thought where if you are tough enough to talk shit, you got to be tough enough to deal with the consequences that come with tough guy shit talking!

So I’m putting this out there now. Marshall Mathers, you need to holler at me on some grown man shit. Man to man, let’s meet up and deal with this like adults. This is my invitation to you, whenever and wherever you like sir. So when you come out of your introverted hiding place and ask your bodyguards if you can go out and play by yourself, I’m here Pimp!

I’m taking full action on you Eminem. I don’t know why no one has stood up to your bitch ass yet. But I guess it’s going to take a corny, wack rapping, boy toy from Nickelodeon to set you straight. And trust, I am going to be relentless.

Your legacy has now been tainted from this day forth! You will now be known as the rapper who lost to Corny-ass Nick Cannon!!!

PS: To read the full version, please visit Nick Cannon's Blog.

May 07, 2009

Dearest Alfamega,

Dearest Alfamega,

This is a damn shame.
[Kids, See where lying gets you?]
I'm not even really a fan of yours, I just want to see what
you can/will say about this shit...[smh]
DEA Informant? Did you think it wouldn't come out?

According to, T.I. said:

"Even though all our artists and employees are asked by us to be honest and open about their past history, at no time did Alfa disclose to me or Grand Hustle what has now appeared in the media. He essentially deceived us by failing to fully disclose the truth about his past and there is no place in our organization for dishonest and misleading behavior. As I have always said, you must take responsibility for your own actions.
We at Grand Hustle can not support or condone the blaming of others for our own mistakes. I hope and pray to god bless his financial plans,
but I don’t forsee me or my company playing a role in his personal or professional business.

I just can't believe "Alfamega" actually "snitched" after he was convicted...

Oh Yea, if you want to see the official documents...check out TSG

May 06, 2009

Dearest Doubters,

Dearest Doubters,

"Navigating your way through the plethora of new artists on the ATL’s hip-hop scene
can be a daunting task.
And when one of those artists boast that he is
The Realest Individual Making Music,”
you might find it hard to take him seriously.
Well, your skepticism be damned,
TRIMM is one the most talented solo MC’s around.
Fusing catchy hooks with street-laced, intoxicatingly funny lyrics,
takes the listener back to the days’ of Slimm Calhoun – if dude could actually spit.
Whether he’s sharing the stage with The Dream on “Pay Me,” or riding Bun B’s “You’re Everything” on “Beautiful Mind,” TRIMM proves he has the walk to match his talk

What else do I have to do to convince you to download this mixtape?!
Rolling Out's, Gavin Phillip Godfrey could see it. used one word to describe TRIMM, "...EXCELLENT...".
Who else is getting that sh*t nowadays? the it...give it a listen.
You not wasting money...just dedicating some of your time to a movement
you will want to be apart of later.
Just don't forget this is where you saw it 1st....BITCHES!!

PS: He's ALL OVER Myspace!


May 03, 2009

Dearest Drizzy Drake,

Dearest Drizzy Drake,

I am OFFICIALLY a fan!
I can't believe I have been sleepin this long...was I in a coma?
It has only been 3 days since I added the "So Far Gone" mixtape to my IPod
& I have been mad @ myself ever since.
Many told me--I was just hardheaded & didn't listen.
[I am so excited about this new movement in music.]

Last night, I had the opportunity to share your 1st ever Atlanta performance
with a sold out crowd @ the Loft.
[I just saw Bun B there a few nights ago...scroll down]

The night started out..."aight".
Danny--The 1st opener was WACK! & I'm not just saying that.
I have never seen any get boo'd like this in real life.
I don't know if it was his white Fabo/Souljah Boy shades or
that fact that we couldnt understand/know what the hell he was rapping about.
But no matter what he kept performing---until they cut his damn set.

Then we jammed w/ the Jaspects & Lil Chucky

But, my favorite moment...
The only moment I was PRAYING for was
when you performed my sh*t--"Successful".
Even surprised us w/ Trey Songz.

"I want the money/Money & the cars/Cars & the Clothes/The Hoes/I suppose/I just wanna be successful"