Gunplay

On Sunday a video was posted online that featured the Florida rapper seemingly going off on a fan, before spewing a racial epithet along with several offensive stereotypes, including accusing the fan of spreading the telenovel coronavirus by telling him to "get off" of his live, before he "makes it get coronavirus."

We made it y’all, the first season of Love & Hip Hop: Miami is now complete and the finale did not disappoint.It’s only right they saved a good portion of the drama for the finale so let’s hop into tonight’s most outrageous moments.

There is no stopping the ratchet mess that is Love and Hip-Hop Miami, not even on President’s Day. Episode 8 kicks things off with Keyara who needs some sound advice after her very strange encounter with her high boyfriend Gunplay on last weeks episode. So who could she turn to? Keyara stops by headquarters of […]

The drama continues on Love & Hip-Hop Miami and it all picks up after Bobby literally laid the smackdown on his boyfriend Jeffrey when he caught him at Prince’s pool party with his ex Malik. Bobby feels extremely sorry for putting his hands on Jeffrey and expresses extreme regret to his friend Miami Tip.

Miami rapper Gunplay isn’t the type to duck any questions you throw his way. Like, how do you become a coke dealer while still in high school?

Gunplay is a rapper who is clearly ’bout that life. Although he’s moved on from selling drugs and robbing people—his new album include plenty of insightful, beware of the streets bars—he still knows a thing or two about beef. 

Gunplay is back. The Maybach Music Group rapper drops a new cut called “Wuzhanindoe,” featuring YG and a DJ Mustard-produced track. 

MMG affiliate DJ Scream is the latest master of the ones and twos set to release a major label album. From it, we receive a track called “Always,” featuring his rapper friends Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka Flame, and Tracy T.

Gunplay is back and he’s jacking for beats. On his latest feat, he attacks Pusha T’s knocking track “Numbers On The Boards,” so you know it’s real.

Gunplay admittedly has no clue when Def Jam will release his debut album, Living Legend, but he isn’t letting that stop him from releasing new material. Today, he liberates a freestyle over Jay Z’s “Open Letter” for your listening pleasure.

Maybach Music Group is firing on all cylinders. With news of Rick Ross‘ upcoming album and further additions to the clique circulating the Internets, Gunplay enters the fold with a new track called “Kush” for your listening pleasure.

Maybach Music Group is flooding the Internets as the collective gears up to release Self Made, Vol. 3 tomorrow, September 17. This time Gunplay claims the spotlight in a NSFW visual for “Gallardo,” featuring Rick Ross and Yo Gotti.