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YFN Lucci and Meek Mill is collaborating on another new single, "Street Kings" following "You Know,” “Hustlin’,” and “One on One.” The new single is slated to be added to YFN’s forthcoming album Ray Ray from Summerhill.


Both rappers talked about their struggles back at the projects, and how they have been able to make it out, and are now "Street Kings". Lucci started the track rapping;

Y’all street ni**as trying to make some millions, I know you hear me, but you gotta feel me,” he raps on the chorus. “These ni**as talk about it but they never did shit.

Meek Mill also came out rapped about his incarceration, getting expelled and also Lil Snupe's death, he raps;

“I manned up and I turned a dollar to a thousand, turned a thousand to a million,” he raps. “Moved my mom from public housing / Had to put her in that mansion / From the hood, I got her out it / And they tell me that I’m losing / Man, you ni**as fuckin’ wildin’."

Listen to Street Kings here;


Meek Mill has been summoned to court after an altercation with an airport staff at the St. Louis International Airport on Wednesday (March 15).

According to TMZ, an airport employee was trying to get a photo with the Philly rapper, but Meek Mill seems to be in a bad mood, and a fight between the two ensued. 


Airport police appeared on the scene, and Meek Mill was charged with misdemeanour assault along with two airport employee. Instead of arrest, they were asked to appear in court.

Meek Mill is currently on probation for drug charges, and the new court summon won't look good on him.

MMG and Dreamchaser rapper, Meek Mill, is once again taking hits from fans on Twitter after a video surfaced online about him asking a beggar to do a 20 push-ups for $20. 


In the short video, Meek Mill can be seen saying;

 Give me ten pushups, and I’m going to give you $20 right now, we ain’t giving out no free money.

The man had no problem doing the push-ups, and instead gave Meek a 20 push-ups. A lot of Meek Mill fans have called him out for what he had done, and also we at Doy News believe this is a new low for Meek Mill who won't stop yelling on his track about how he had in his bank account.

See the video here;



It was a great weekend for fan head, as Remy Ma unleashed a diss track on Nicki Minaj, and she called it "SHether".

Remy Ma used one of rapper Nas classic, Ether, a song that Nas did that targeted Jay-Z during the diss between the two rappers. 


The SHether was a 7-minutes track that attacks everything from Nicki Minaj looks, the relationship with her former boyfriend, Meek Mill, and also her first boyfriend, Safaree, Drake

She raps;

I told you I wasn’t talking about your dumb a**.It look stupid, you literally got a dumb a**…Let’s be honest, you stole that line about bitches being your sons / How you take my ’09 jail tweet and run / Talking about, bringing knives to a fight with guns / When the only shot you ever took was in your buns.

She also claims Meek Mill told her about not having sex with Nicki because she had a problem with her implant, she raps;

 I saw Meek at All-Star,He told me your ass dropped / He couldn’t fuck you for three months because your ass dropped / Now, I don’t think you understand how bad her ass got / The implants that she had put in her ass popped.

She then dragged in Safaree

Left your Day 1 ’cause you heard he was on some cheat sh*t / Then got with the dude that told you, on some freak sh*t / But what happened to Omeeka? Nah, on some G shit / Left him and took a pic with that dude he had beef with / And we all know it was a beef that you started / Pillow talking out of your a**, this b***h retarded.

Listen to diss track here:



How It All Started

Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma have both been dissing themselves by throwing subliminal lines whenever they feature on other people song. Some of the subliminal was when Nicki Minaj appeared on Jason Derulo's song, Swalla.

Nicki rapped;

I gave these b***hes two years, now your time’s up,Bless her heart, she throwin’ shots, but every line sucks.

This song is a diss to Remy, who has been quietly dissing Nicki in the past 2 months. Nicki seems to point to Remy's release from prison after spending two and half years in upstate. This could also be a reference to her last album, The Pinkprint, which dropped in 2014, two years ago.


Nicki Minaj also dropped another sublimal on Nicki’s Gucci Mane reunion banger “Make Love.” She raps;

Go against Nicki, it’s gon’ cost ya, Cause now it’s f**k ya, intercourse ya / I rep Queens where they listen to a bunch of Nas / I’m a yes and these b***hes is a bunch of nahs / Trying to win a gunfight with a bunch of knives / I win, get off the bench and give a bunch of fives / I don’t see her / B***h, I’m ‘The Greatest’, no Kendrick, and no Sia.

You the queen of this here? One platinum plaque, album flopped, bitch, where?

This line, You the queen of this here? One platinum plaque, album flopped, bitch, where? is Nicki getting personal at Remy, who only had a platinum plaque for her Fat Joe collaboration “All the Way Up” and also a debut album, There’s Something About Remy that was released in 2005.

Nicki also went on to diss her more when she said; Silly wabbit, to be the queen of rap / You gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques / S, plural.

Remy Ma

Nicki Minaj was not the only throwing diss lines, Remy Ma on the remix to PHresher’s “Wait a Minute" seems to be aiming for Nicki when she said;

 Will I smoke this bitch? Yes, probably fail my piss test / Get rid of those fake breasts / And put a vest on this bitch chest.

And on the song she received a plague for, All the way up, Remy Ma also throws a jab at Nicki when she said;

My town, my crown, I really rap, I’m home, my throne…When the b***hes was gone, they was really playing with it / I was sitting listening like ‘They ain’t even saying shit. One of these b***hes, two of these b***hes gotta die / Three of these b***hes, four of these b***hes gon’ cry / Five of these b***hes poppin’ pills, they high.


Where will this leads to, we don't know yet, but we will all wait and enjoy the beef as long as it goes, and also update Doyers also.

Meek Mill continues to thrill fans with new videos, and the latest one is "On the regular," the first track of his latest album "DC4"


The video was shot at Rozay's house, and also Meek rapped at Nicki Minaj’s triple platinum Roman Revenge plaque and in front of a private jet.

The rapper is currently looking to drop the follow up to DC4, in an announcement on his instagram page, the rapper said he would soon be dropping DC4.5.



Just hours after dropping the video for "Shine" off his DC4 album, Meek Mill again dropped the video for "The Difference" ft Quavo off  the album. This is a show to the fact that Meek is putting out work, and trying to make sure the album attains the same success as his last album, "Dreams Worth More Than Money"


The video shows the Desiigner, sounding off his imaginary gun, while Meek Mill rides around with his Rolls-Royce Wraith, and raps;

You got a bag and I got a bag but they know the difference,” raps Meek. “You talking cash and I’m talking cash, but they know the difference.

Watch the difference video here:



Beanie Sigel was recently with Meek Mill during the feud between the Philly rapper and L.A rapper, Beanie even appeared in Meek Mill reply  to rapper, The Game, in OOOUUU remix. 

Things take a new twist after The Game appeared on The Breakfast club with Charlamane tha god, Angel Yee and DJ Envy, and he said that his manager, Wacky and Beanie Sigel had squashed their own part of the beef after Beanie Sigel apologised and said he had only gone to help Meek Mill cousin, Omelly, write his own part of the diss track.


Not Happy with the statement said on the radio by The Game and his manager, Wacky, a friend of Meek Mill who was also in the studio when the OOUUU diss track was done went to the backstage of Bad Boys re-union concert, and gave Beanie Sigel a knockout

Read: Meek Mill Boys Knock Out Beanie Sigel After He Claimed To Write Lyrics For Meek Mill

Beanie Sigel have decided to send a message to Meek Mill with two new singles, back to back. The broad street bully first released, "I'm Coming", then follow it with"Goodnight"

In Goodnight, Beanie said;

I just beat you twice. The sad thing is, I really fucked with ya / I just feel sorry for whoever that’s stuck with ya / Good luck to ya / Ni**a, please / Young’n I’m out your league / I’m out your field / Let’s be for real / I can keep going, but that’s overkill.

The reason Philly even on the map,Me / The reason your silly ass raps / Me / Ungrateful motherfuckers / I tried to give you game that Jay gave me / To make the transition from the street to the fame / You got a little fame and tried to add street to your name / It ain’t the same.

Listen to the tracks here


Listen to Goodnight here




The Game released video of his Meek Mill diss, Pest Control, sending a message that his beef with Meek Mill won't end anytime soon. The song done over Young M.A beat takes shot at Meek Mill,Beanie Sigel and Sean Kingston in the video.


The video started with an exterminator meeting with a boy, asking that there is a "rat" in his room, and the exterminator going in with a bat to shut off the radio of one of Meek Mill songs in the room.

Meek Mill is yet to reply The Game after he dropped the OOOUUU remix. He had only replied him only after his first diss track, 92 bars.

Watch The Game OOOUUU video here:



The beef between Meek Mill and The Game have taken a new twist after the legendary rapper, Beanie Sigel, who took sides with Meek Mill and featured in his response track, Ooouuu track is backing out of the diss, and seems to be supporting The game.

Beanie Sigel while speaking with Persia Nicole on Philly’s 92Q about his involvement with the diss between The Game and Meek Mill said that he had no ill toward rapper The Game. Beanie said;

[Meek] didn’t say nothin’ to get me on the track, I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game. Me and Game got a good relationship. Had one for years. So it’s not me and Game’s beef. That’s The Game and Meek Mill beef. Basically, I’m just representing for my city. That’s it.

Listen to his interview on 92Q


When The Game and his side man, Wacky was on Power 105.1, the breakfast club with Charlamagne Tha God,DJ Envy and Angela Yee, he said that they had a conversation with Beanie Sigel after the Meek Mill, OOOUUU track was released, and he apologised for getting involved, and also told them he had gone to the studio to help Meek Mill cousin, Omelly with some lyrical content for his verse on the diss.


And while he was at the studio, he decided to represent Philly on the track, and he had no ill toward Chuck Taylor. 

The Game said that Omelly is not a rapper,and probably needs help, and he is not angry about that,but he was just disappointed that Beanie Sigel had to jump on a diss track to disrespect him, The Game said Omelly should have stayed down on the diss.

When Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy asked The Game maybe Beanie was helping Meek Mill or Omelly, he said it was Omelly.

Now fast forward to his interview with Philly’s 92Q, Beanie himself said that; 

I don’t want to put that out there like that or discredit nobody for their skills or nothing.

At a Puffy concert, Meek Mill homies seems to have gone backstage and knockout Beanie Sigel for this revelation. According to The Game, he went on his instagram to write;

Now you mad cause Sigel told @persianicole that he wrote y’all shit on the diss song,” he wrote. “So y’all jumped y’all own man at the Puffy concert.

The man that knocked out Beanie Sigel is Teefy Bey, a member of Meek Mill Dreamchasers. Teefy claimed that Beanie was allowed in the studio because of the respect they had for him, and he later went all out to discredit his real close ally in Philly,just to please The Game.

See Teefy Bey interview here:


Watch the studio session of Meek Mill OOOUUU reply: