The popular video sharing app Snapchat is under fire after an advertisement deemed insensitive to domestic violence victims appeared on it's platform. Singer Rihanna publicly called out Snapchat because the ad actually involved she and former lover singer Chris Brown. The ad asked users if  they would "rather slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown." It's no secret that the two singers had a very public breakup after Chris Brown was charged with assault on Rihanna in 2009. In a statement released by Rihanna, she feels Snapchat made light of domestic violence and shamed the company. After Rihanna's remarks, Snapchat almost lost $1 billion in value last week, according to CNN. The company's CEO Evan Spiegel’s personal net worth dropped $150 million due to the controversy, according to Forbes.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine doesn't play about his rep! In an interview this week on the Breakfast Club Charlamagne The God questioned Tekashi's relevance and he wasn't having it!  Tekashi 6ix9ine basically wants people to stop telling him what he needs to do. Charlamagne responded by saying “Nah, not when it comes to all that need sh*t,” Tekashi fired back by saying,  “Listen, you don’t got no Billboard records.” Charlamagne cut him off to say, “Yeah, because I got a nationally syndicated radio show, I got a New York Times best seller, I got movies coming out…” Welp! It's clear to me that Takashi held his own, what do you think? Click here to get the full interview!

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It's looking good for Meek Mill once again this week. Pennsylvania's Governor Tom Wolf has thrown his support behind the Philly rapper for getting released from prison. In a series of Tweets, Governor Tom Wolf says that he supports the D.A.'s position on his case to release Meek on bail and also admits that the criminal system needs repair. Judge Genece E. Brinkley will still have to sign off on releasing Meek but Meek's attorneys are still working on getting her removed from the case all together. Free Meek!