What The Hell Just Happened in Music This Week?

Are we here right now? Did DJ Khaled actually propose to Nicki Minaj via MTV News?

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Move over Jay Z and Beyonce.

Rap has a new first couple, that is if Nicki Minaj accepts DJ Khaled's proposal. Yes, Khaled Khaled proposed to Onika earlier this week, and all hell broke loose on Twitter afterward.

But don't worry, not all is lost for Jay. He had the interview of the year with Elliott Wilson because, duh, it's Elliott and the two sat down at Yankee Stadium to talk parenthood, Magna Carta, and how Drake is the Kobe to Hov's Jordan.

Drake has still been pretty damn quiet, but he did manage to get in a quick apology this week (with J. Cole in tow), offering a mea culpa for his autism lyric on "Jodeci Freestyle." It was a mental challenge trying to figure out how sincere the two actually were though.

Meanwhile, the Ying Yang Twins are trying to reclaim "Hanh" because, well, no one can ever have nice things—we're looking at you, French Montana.

All that and more in What The Hell Just Happened in Music This Week? 

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J. Cole & Drake joined the growing list of rappers willing to apologize to anyone with a petition.

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"All I want for my birthday is some foie grais pâté."

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Date: July 22

2 Chainz is the master of many things: punchline raps, dancing like he's caught in spiderwebs, hilarious interviews, the list really goes on. And now, he can add master chef to his resume (or so he'd like us to believe). 

If you've been following the Artist Formerly Known as Tity Boi on Instagram, you already know he's all about his cuisine—thanks to some very talented personal chefs. Like yesterday, for example. Chainz enjoyed some "Lump crab omelette, roasted red potatoes, sautéed asparagus & whole wheat English muffin: for breakfast: 

He loved it so much that he cleaned his plate. We know this because he said "Kilt dat sht" and: 

So, naturally (well, duh), he's going to include a cookbook in the packaging of his next album, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time. (Awesome album title BTW. I'd need me time, too, if some jerk was cooking me a lump crab omelette every morning.) With his help, every kid on this planet will eat their vegetables and say "If I die tonight I got a bank roll on me/Versace, cheese on my broccoli." You're welcome, parents. —Lauren Nostro

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The Ying Yang Twins complained about people stealing a word they stole from someone else.

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Consider the rasta: Selena Gomez released a supposedly fun Buju Banton cover that should never be heard again.

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Ariana Grande rapped—with more swag than any Nickelodeon star since Spongebob.

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Jay Z called Drake the Kobe to his Jordan, which means Jay Electronica must be Kyle Korver, right?

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Frank Ocean ethered Chris Brown with Text Edit. (Why would he even have Microsoft Word?)

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In most confident statement yet in career of confident statements, DJ Khaled proposed to Nicki Minaj.

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