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Drake Pays Rappin’ 4-Tay For Using His Lyrics On “Who Do You Love”

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Drake has put his money where his rhymes are and paid off Bay Area rapper, Rappin’ 4-Tay, for reusing his rhymes on YG’s “Who Do You Love.”

In late December, Rappin’ 4-Tay called out Drake on Twitter for using the verse from his 1994 hit, “Playaz Club.” Screen Shot 2014-07-16 at 1.12.19 PM

The words in the song are not exactly the same, but after listening, you can tell that Drizzy simply swapped some of the words out and used 4-Tays full verse.

In 4-Tays verse he raps:

“I got a h– named reel-to-reel / She got a buddy named SP 12, now you know the deal / We gets freaky in the studio late night / That’s why the beats that you hear are comin’ real tight.”

Drakes verse uses similar rhymes:

“I got a shorty named Texas Sin / She got a buddy named Young JB and now you know the deal / We turnt up in the studio late night / That’s why the songs that you hear comin’ real tight.”

Tay was mad that Drake didn’t give him any credit on the song but didn’t go so far as to press charges against the Toronto rapper who has now come to him with a “lucrative agreement” according to TMZ. It seems as if Drake is keeping up with his “good guy” image and has paid 4-Tay $100,000 for “borrowing” the verse.

You have to give it to Drake, he even steals rhymes like a nice guy.

Take a listen to the two songs below:

Rappin’ 4 Tay – Players Club

 Y.G. feat. Drake – “Who Do You Love”

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Who’s Really Delusional? Charlamagne Can’t Quite Comprehend Amara La Negra’s Colorism Issues

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This is uncomfortable to watch.

Love & Hip Hop Miami star Amara La Negra stopped by The Breakfast Club for a chat about her life, career and experience with colorism. Unfortunately, the interview started of awkwardly when Charlamagne’s first questions was, “What are you?” You see, for whatever reason, the radio host was confused about La Negra’s Afro-Latina heritage. And while there’s nothing wrong with an honesty inquiry, it was the way he asked the question that was off-putting. But, it didn’t stop there.

Charlamange, along to co-host, DJ Envy, repeatedly asked the reality star what was her “struggle”, ignorantly assuming that colorism isn’t a thing anymore because of all the advancements in the entertainment industry that have occurred. Yet, and still, you don’t see artist of Amara’s hue celebrated on any Latina platform such as Univision or Telemundo. The host, with the exception of Angela Yee, then proceeded to deduce Amara’s issue to being a problem that’s “all in (her) head”, even referencing the success of Cardi B. as evidence of La Negra’s delusion. You have to watch this to believe it…

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