The Hip Hop Week In Review: Kanye West, Juicy J & 50 Cent Make Headlines

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The Hip Hop Week In Review: Kanye West, Juicy J & 50 Cent Make Headlines

Kanye West allegedly assaults a teenager, Juicy J gives away $50,000 and 50 Cent discusses G-Unit.

This week, Kanye West, Juicy J and 50 Cent were involved in noteworthy news stories. Kanye West allegedly assaulted a teenager in Beverly Hills, Juicy J announced the winner of his $50,000 Twerk Scholarship and 50 Cent discussed a possible G-Unit reunion. 

Kanye West Allegedly Assaults 18-Year-Old In Beverly Hills Medical Office

Kanye West allegedly assaulted an 18-year-old male Monday (January 13) in the waiting room of a Beverly Hills chiropractor’s office, tmz.com reports.

Kim Kardashian was in a medical office building today when they were approached by paparazzi and the 18-year-old allegedly said to Kardashian, “Fuck these faggot-ass niggers,” regarding the paparazzi, tmz.com says

When Kardashian told the 18-year-old that it was inappropriate for him to use the n-word, he replied, “Fuck you, bitch. Just trying to help you. Shut up nigger lover, stupid slut,” tmz.com’s story says.

Read the full story here.

Juicy J Announces $50,000 Twerk Scholarship Winner 

Juicy J announced Monday (January 13) that Zaire Holmes is the winner of his $50,000 Twerk Scholarship. Holmes is a 19-year-old student biology student at State College of Florida. 

Holmes did not twerk in her application video. “A lot of people thought that you had to twerk,” she said to Juicy J during his announcement video. "But you actually had to read the rules.”

“Read the rules,” Juicy J says. "See, that’s what you get for shakin’ your ass, thinkin’ you’re gonna get some money. It’s not always about shakin’ your ass."

Read the full story here.

50 Cent Addresses G-Unit Reunion & Relationship With Game

G-Unit's status as a Hip Hop collective is up in the air as neither they nor 50 Cent have released a studio album in almost five years.

In a recent interview with Complex, the Queens native addressed his group and says there needs to be better cooperation for any possible future work to happen. 

"G-Unit is something that I built, with the momentum of 50 Cent and the music I created," 50 Cent said when asked about G-Unit. "They had the opportunities. The object was to grow it outside from the people that was around me, but people change and won’t stay the same. As relationships grow older, everyone is off into their own little things."

Read the full story here.

Other Items Of Note From The Week In Hip Hop

- The Source Names “The 30 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2014” 

- Method Man Blasts Critics Of “Chozen” TV Show About Gay White Rapper 

- Lord Jamar Calls Kanye West A Pioneer Of A Feminine, Emasculated Style That’s Trying To Infiltrate Hip Hop” 

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