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Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill look like they have a lot on their plates these days.
The feud between Nicki's main squeeze and Canadian rapper Drake is getting more intense as Meek recently dropped a diss track for Drake.
"On Tuesday, Walka posted the track with a video on his Instagram account that showed an artwork with a Streets vs. Geeks scoreboard," IBT noted. "In the video, the score in the Streets column is seen rising to 102, while the one on Geeks is at 3. Under the "Geeks" side is an image of the wise owl licking a lollipop."
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"The owl image is the only reference to Drake as it is a symbol of the "Back to Back" rapper's OVO brand."
The feud between Meek Mill and Drake started in July when the former refused to be compared to Drake in a Twitter tirade. The rapper claimed that he's not on the same level as the "Hotline Bling" singer as he writes his own songs.
Drake's "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," were reportedly written to fire back against Meek Mill's low blow.
Meanwhile, Nicki and Meek Mill are planning to take their relationship to the next level by having a joint concert on New Year's at The Cromwell in Drai's Nightclub at Las Vegas.
The concert announcement published in Anti Music reads: "Minaj and Philly rapper will share the stage for an epic one-night-only performance. The event will take place on a rooftop venue complete with music, fireworks, views of the iconic Las Vegas Strip and a lot of champagne. Tickets cost $150, but thw price is subject to change. They are on sale now here."
Stay tuned for more Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill updates here!
That hot woman on Lil Wayne's Trukfit clothing gear is accusing the rapper of snatching her image ... because she NEVER agreed to work with his company, and thinks he represents "misogyny."
Shanise Taylor is suing Weezy, and in the docs -- obtained by TMZ -- she admits posing for a 2011 photo session. She says she's not a professional model, and when the photog sent her the shots she figured that was the end of that.
Then this year, she saw one of the pics pop up on a shirt made by Trukfit, a Weezy clothing line. In her suit, she even says Weezy's team doctored the photo to make it look like she wasn't wearing underwear.
Taylor says she never signed off on the shirts using her bod -- and, furthermore, she never would want her image "on apparel associated with misogyny and violence."
Taylor retained the Mase Lara law firm in Miami to take on Weezy. She claims she's been humiliated, and wants the shirts to disappear, plus an unspecified amount of damages for her troubles.
A rep for Lil Wayne had no comment.
Harry Potter fans have been going wild for the first-look photos of Eddie Redmayne in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
And they aren't the only ones impressed with the Oscar-winning actor's look since the Boy Who Lived himself, Daniel Radcliffe, has confessed he's jealous of Redmayne's suave costume in the spin-off film.
The 26-year-old actor joked in a new interview with NME magazine: 'Oh f**k you, Eddie, in your brilliant costume… I got jeans and a zip top for 10 years and you’ve got a greatcoat already?'
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Jealous: Daniel Radcliffe told the new issue of NME he's furious about Eddie Redmayne's amazing wardrobe in Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Eddie plays Newt Scamander in the prequel film, the author of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, a textbook Harry has to read while attending Hogwarts.
In the sneak peak images of the hugely-anticipated movie, the 33-year-old star can be seen wearing a smart teal coat, a corduroy waistcoat and a snazzy bow tie, a stark contrast to Daniel's uniform of jeans and a hoodie in the popular film franchise.
Radcliffe also touched upon another Harry Potter spin-off in the interview, revealing that he'll be first in line to see West End production Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.
Spin-off: Eddie plays Newt Scamander in the prequel film, and looks extremely dapper in the first-look images
'It’s weird. But I’m happy for it to go on without me. I’ve no ownership of it', he said of the sold-out two-part play.
'I actually really want to see it. It would be a mental thing to try and see it with lots of very excited Harry Potter fans. But I kind of would like to know what happens now.'
Daniel certainly looks poles apart from his magical alter-ego in the the accompanying NME photoshoot, cutting an edgy figure in a grey T-shirt and leather jacket.
Carving his own path: The 26-year-old explained that he's happy about his varied and unusual film choices
He's carved out a successful career in Hollywood since hanging up his wizarding robes, picking roles as varied as horror flick The Woman In Black and indie romance What If.
'I don’t really have mainstream tastes,' he told the publication when quizzed about his script choices.
'People do ask me, "Why do you choose such weird movies?" but I don’t think they’re weird, they’re just stories I’m interested in.
'Isn’t having weird tastes good, though? I think so. I think that’s better than always wanting to play the handsome hero.'
To read the full interview, pick up your free copy of NME magazine this Friday.
What a joker: To read the full interview, pick up your free copy of NME magazine this Friday