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Drake made headlines last week after bringing out Eminem during his show in Detroit, easily one of the best onstage cameos over the past decade. Now, the Canadian rapper is making headlines for his show in Philadelphia.

During Drizzy’s Summer Sixteen tour at the Wells Fargo Center in Philly, not only did the rapper bring out his label mate, Lil Wayne, but he also took a moment to blast his rap nemesis, Meek Mill.

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First, the Toronto native performed his popular Meek diss track “Back To Back” and according to reports, swapped out the lyrics for, “I did another one / I even did this s— in Philly, man, I’ll never run.”

Then, while performing “Still Here,” he told the crowd : “You not really from Philly and they can tell, n*gga.”

You might remember, the ongoing feud between Meek and Drake kicked off last year after Meek accused Drake of having a ghostwriter. The pair have gone back to back with diss tracks, and right when you thought it was all coming to an end, Drake slams Meek in his own hometown.

Meanwhile, Meek is currently cuddled up with his boo, Nicki Minaj, in the brand new Los Angeles diggs that they officially share.

Click to see a video of Lil Wayne on stage with Drake.

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Gabby Douglas Reveals She, Too Was Sexually Assault By Team USA Doctor That Just Pleaded Guilty

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It all started with an ill-worded tweet … and ended with an apology and a shocking revelation!

After gymnast Gabby Douglas’ Final Five teammate Aly Raisman posted a message about supporting sexual assault victims, Douglas responded with a message of her own.

Almost immediately, Douglas felt the swift blow-back her insensitive tweet brought about. Even Simon Biles, another Final Five member, had to check Gabby.

Facing harsh criticism and heated social media comments, Douglas apologized. But, in her apology the Olympian revealed that she, too had been a victim of Dr. Larry Nassar, the Team USA doctor that was accused of sexually assaulting Raisman, McKayla Maroney and others. Gabby’s public plea was posted on Instagram with the caption, “please hear my heart.”

The jury’s still out on whether the masses will forgive Gabby, but at least Nassar will get his due punishment. He pleaded guilty to several counts of sexually assault today and faces 25 to 40 years in prison.

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