Hip Hop Beats: Future, Megan Thee Stallion, 50 Cent & Kodak Black!


FUTURE'S OLDEST SON ARRESTED: Future's 17-year-old son was arrested late last month for gang activity and guns -- and he is now facing major prison time. According to Bossip, Jakobi Wilburn, was arrested on charges including criminal gang activity, criminal trespass and the altered ID of a firearm. The “altered ID of a firearm” charge is because Jakobi was allegedly found in possession of a gun with the serial numbers scratched off. Although Jakobi is still a teenager, Georgia state law considers 17-year-olds as adults, and if he’s convicted, he faces five to 20 in prison on the gang activity charge alone. 

MEGAN THEE STALLION SAYS SHE'S NOT DATING G-EAZY: Megan Thee Stallion took to Twitter to let fans know that she is not dating G-Eazy. The were spotted all over each other at a Super Bowl party this past weekend. She wrote, "Lol alright nowww y’all got all y’all jokes out 😂 but I am not f*cking G Eazy." When some asked why he was "he sucking the makeup off ur right cheek like that hottie🥺😐" she said, "He like fenty 🤷🏽‍♀️."

50 CENT TO GET AN EXTRA $5,000 FROM TEAIRRA MARI: According to The Blast, a Los Angeles judge has ordered Teairra Mari to pay 50 Cent an additional $5,000 in their ongoing court battle. The court also ordered that the reality star is required to hand over financial records to 50 in an effort to help him collect on the $30,000 she already owes him in attorney fees. 50 Cent filed documents earlier this month accusing The Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star of refusing to turn over her bank records or details of her VH1 paychecks. The rapper accused Mari of dragging her feet and missing deadlines throughout this case. 50 taunted Teairra online yesterday, writing to her on Instagram, "🙂i’m not arguing anymore, so do you think you can have my Money by Monday. 🤷🏽‍♂️😆 #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #starzgettheapp."

KODAK BLACK REFLECTS FROM JAIL: Kodak Black took to Twitter to reflect on his life while in prison. The rapper tweeted, “I Was Just Getting Started. [I Got] Ya More To Say But I Guess To Mute Me They Got Me From Round That Sh*t. SMH.” On what he's learned after being in jail, he said, “It Is Never The Pain Which Hurts The Most. It’s The Mental Agony Caused By The Injustice and The Unreasonableness Of It All." He added, "Often Times We Are Too Scared To Speak Up, In A World Where When You Right They Tell You To Be Quiet! In A World Which Doesn’t Recognize The Value Of Human Life And Human Dignity. Which Robs A Man Of His Will And Make Him An Object To Be Exterminated." In other news, TMZ has reported that Kodak is working with his legal team to have his sentence from his federal gun case reduced. Back in November, Kodak got hit with a 46 month sentence, all culminating from a series of legal missteps.