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On Thursday (Aug 13), Plies took to Twitter to post a video of himself dancing to his proposed "WAP P-Mix", which features the "Get U Wet" rapper doing what he does best--talking dirty.

Plies and his smartphone not only sat courtside at Thursday’s NCAA Basketball tournament game between Florida State and Florida Gulf Coast, but they got in the band too.

About a month ago, Thugger promised to slap Plies if he ever gets the chance. While that may never happen, he’s taking shots on Twitter in the meantime.

Nothing was off limits in Young Thug’s new Sway in the Morning interview. Thugger sat down to discusses rap beef, working with Kanye West, family, relationships, and his fashion, during the open-ended talk with host Sway Calloway.

Here is rapper Plies passionately singing Adele’s hit “Hello” while sipping on what we’re going to assume is the finest yak (cognac) money can buy. 

Plies and Kirk Franklin have long been meme bosom buddies before social media ruled the earth and the foul-mouthed Florida rapper finally decided it was time for them to hang out. On his own turf, that is.

Rapper and prolific Twitter user Plies was accused of holding a couple of white boys hostage according to a 911 call. Calm down folks, it was just a rap video. 

The Internets were on fire Saturday (April 4) after a clip of Florida rapper Plies getting suplexed and slammed by a concertgoer while on stage the night before went viral. The man who did the deed caught a vicious fade after his brazen act and took to Instagram to tell his side on why he applied the wrestling […]

Chris Brown got lost in his feelings over the weekend and now he’s a bit touchy to everything that happens around him.

To celebrate Twitter’s eighth birthday, the social media site opened up its archive for us to find our first tweet. And with the access, we did what anybody with a soul would do — look up the born-day tweets of our favorite struggle rappers.

We’ve seen a lot more of Plies in recent months that we had in some time. Because of this, we decided to sit with the rapper to discuss his Purple Heart album, people who misconceive his music for ignorance, and more.

For every chart-topping rhyme slinger who marries big (see: Future or Jay Z), there’s a legion of rappers who get by on sheer luck.