We had the opportunity of getting a first listen to Justo's new single early. The entitle track "We On" is definitely a club banger. Featuring City 3000, Sancho Sauce and Chedda Da Connect, will make you want to pop a few bottles with ya crew, flick the wrist and ball out LOL. Dont believe me, Take a listen below.
Not so subtle. Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose are not on good terms. The couple, who shocked fans when they announced they were divorcing this past September, have already blasted each other on social media, and now, Khalifa seemingly disses his son Sebastian’s mom in Juicy J’s new track “For Everybody."
The rapper, who appears on the track along with Rock City, raps: “I fell in love with a stripper / Funny thing is I fell back out of love quicker / They don't pay attention to the love anyway / They only concerned with what the haters say / Bottles be turning these girls into thots / Instagram turning these wifes into hos.” (In case you didn’t know, Rose used to strip under the pseudonym “Paris" until she was 15.)
Rose was first to file for divorce from the artist, whom she claims cheated on her multiple times. "It's like 'Dude that's not you.' That's not my husband. That's not the man that I know. Wiz isn't a bad guy. He has great spirit, that's why I married him. People make mistakes,” Rose said during an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club in February, after the show’s host brought up Khalifa’s alleged infidelity.
Khalifa, who is dad to their 2-year-old son Sebastian, then denied the claims. “Anyone who really knows me knows that I never cheated on Amber,” he tweeted following her interview. “I always kept my views on family and stability clear and stood by them just as I do anything else I feel strongly about. I feel like it’s my responsibility to make sure you have the truth and aren't misguided so we can all move like bosses."
After serving as the face of the Houston Texans through much of his 12 seasons with the franchise, Andre Johnson is prepared to start over with a new team.
Johnson's agent has been permitted to seek a trade, and the wide receiver will be waived if one cannot be found, the Houston Chronicle reported Monday. The Texans earlier informed the 33-year-old wide receiver that he would have a reduced role next season, Johnson told the Chronicle.
"If we were living in a perfect world, you know I'd want to finish my career here, but, unfortunately, that's not what's going to happen," Johnson said. "You just have to move forward."
Kennard McGuire, Johnson's agent, told ESPN that the seven-time Pro Bowl selection is ready to part ways with the Texans.
"Time has come," McGuire said. "It has been a great run, but as you know in the sports world, there is a shelf life. He looks forward to challenging for a Super Bowl."
Johnson posted a message to his Instagram page on Monday night thanking fans for their support.
After hauling in 221 catches for 3,005 yards over the previous two years, Johnson recorded 85 catches for 936 yards with the Texans in 2014. The prospect of a reduced role did not sit well with him.
"I don't know how you tell a guy who catches 85 balls that he'll only probably catch 40," Johnson told the Chronicle. "I feel like the role they were trying to put me in I'd be held back from maximizing my talents. I feel like that was the best thing for both sides.
"Why sit there and be miserable when I can go somewhere else and be able to show my talents."
Johnson has two years remaining on his contract.
"I was just made aware of this whole situation today," Johnson said. "I haven't really had time to really find out anything else.
"My biggest thing right now is just trying to get everything finalized with the Texans and then move forward."