KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.

It's finally the weekend again. Before you go off and blow some steam, check out some of the news stories you might have missed today. Find out what Drake had to say about the beef with Meek Mill, see why 50 Cent had to fire his TV consultant and learn why Rich Homie Quan is in trouble with the CPA. Also, take a look at a classic KING gallery featuring the lovely Tammy Torres.

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    Classic KING Gallery

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    Nike Air Cruz Black Tour Yellow Bright Crimson

    Sneaker Bar Detroit

    Here's a look at the collaboration between New York Giants player Victor Cruz and Nike. The Nike Air Cruz does not have a release date yet, but will be available from retailers like Sneaker Bar Detroit.

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    Azealia Banks Makes Homophobic Remarks on Instagram

    Azealia Banks Instagram

    Azealia Banks is in hot water again, now for making homophobic remarks on Instagram. A fan left a comment on one of her posts, to which she replied and then things got heated.

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    50 Cent Fires TV Consultant for Texting a Photo of the KKK

    Victoria Will

    50 Cent has just fired and is suing Andrew Jameson, his former TV consultant. On top of collecting fees in advance for projects that 50 Cent had no idea about, he also sent around a picture of the KKK to someone on 50's staff.

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    Rich Homie Quan is in Trouble for Smoking Weed Around His Son

    TMZ

    Rich Homie Quan is in trouble with Child Protective Services because of a Snapchat video he took in which he was smoking weed around his son. He could face criminal charges including endangering a child and reckless behavior.

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    Drake on Meek Mill Beef: "I Didn't Get How There Was No Strategy on the Opposite End"

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    Drake is appearing on The Fader's 100th issue and made some remarks about the beef with Meek Mill. He boils it down to a discussion about music, yet there was no music coming out on Mill's end.