The house that Lil Wayne built has quickly turned into a fractured state after Tyga voiced his displeasure with a few members of Young Money. The 24-year-old from Compton singled out Drake as one of them, calling the Toronto rapper "fake" and claiming his collaborations with Drake were forced on him because they were signed to the same label. His comments didn't sit well with Drake's OVO camp, who responded by making fun of Tyga and his past attempt to star on a failed MTV rap game show.

Plus, Mac Miller signs a multimillion record deal with Warner Bros., Chief Keef plots his release from Interscope Records, and Chance The Rapper talks about his upcoming free album with The Social Experiment. Check out all that and more in What The Hell Just Happened In Music This Week?