This week in Friday Feuds, Meek Mill makes a diss track return, a former Clueless actress is accused of cluelessness, hitmen run amok and more.

50 Cent vs. Meek Mill

It's a new year, which for most of us, means leaving the past behind. Meek Mill, however, decided not to leave his Twitter fingers and penchant for diss tracks in 2015. Recently the Philly native dropped "Gave Em Hope," a new song many felt was directed at 50 Cent.

As expected, 50 reacted with the glee of someone hoping to end another career...

Iggy Azalea vs. Virgin/EMI

After a rough 2015, Iggy Azalea is hoping to make a comeback with her new album "Digital Distortion". Unfortunately for the Aussie rapper, her record label and her have not been seeing eye to eye. This week, Iggy took to Twitter to share with her followers that her label didn't think her song "Zillion" was strong enough to deserve a video...

Bun B vs. Stacey Dash

Former Clueless actress Stacey Dash found herself in hot water with quite a few people this week. The Fox News correspondent had some choice words for Jada Pinkett Smith, who previously released a video statement calling for a boycott of the Academy Awards. Pinkett Smith felt the Oscars lacked diversity; Dash disagreed...

Rapper Bun B was among the voices who took issue with Dash's statements. So much so, he posted a lengthy Instagram essay calling the actress out. Many came to Dash's defense, eventually causing Instagram to flag the post for abusive language...

50 Cent vs. Bang Em Smurf

Meek Mill isn't the only person 50 Cent has engaged in a good old fashioned argument recently. Rapper Bang Em Smurf claims that 50 had such an issue with him that he actually put a price on his head. We don't know how accurate Smurf's hit man story is, but it's certainly intriguing...and scary...

The Game vs. 50 Cent and Meek Mill

In light of 50 Cent and Meek Mill's back and forth, former G Unit rapper The Game had a few observations to make. In an Instagram post seemingly directed at both quarreling rappers, Game essentially calls their beef petty and soft. In Game's mind real beef does not take place on social media...

DJ Khaled vs. The United Scammers of America

DJ Khaled may have the keys to success, but he's not always the most responsible with his credit card. After accidentally revealing his American Express Black Card information via Snapchat, the part time motivational speaker treated several of his scamming followers to a shopping spree, an 80k shopping spree to be exact. However, Khaled took it all in stride...

"People who bought something with my card, all purchases are trackable, and you will be arrested," he said in a video. "Congratulations, you played yourself."

DJ Khaled

Sam Smith vs. Twitter

Singer Sam Smith has made a name for himself with his soulful voice and excitable personality. However, this week he fell afoul of Twitter after taking to the platform to recount a traumatizing experience with racism in London. According to Smith, a friend of his was racially abused in his presence, leaving Smith shocked and saddened.

Though Smith's intentions were good, many of his followers accused the musician of being both oblivious and making the situation about himself more than his friend...

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