Everyday Struggle

March 12, 2019

Yelawolf Disses Post Malone, G-Eazy & MGK, Role Media Plays in Shaping Hip-Hop | Everyday Struggle

On Tuesday’s (March 12) episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska, Wayno and DJ Akademiks open the show discussing J. Prince’s call-to action following the attack and robbery on YBN Almighty Jay last week. Prince warns the robbers in a lengthy IG post that they’ve “robbed a piece of him” when they stole Almighty Jay’s Rap-A-Lot Records chain. Ak and Wayno weigh in Prince’s comments and whether or not it was the right move to post the warning on social media. Later in the episode, the trio shares their thoughts on Yelawolf’s diss record “Bloody Sunday,” which takes aim at G-Eazy, Post Malone and MGK. Following this, Ak and Wayno share their thoughts on Drake reportedly dropping his Michael Jackson collab song, “Don’t Matter To Me,” from his UK tour setlist. The conversation then leads the hosts to  discuss the recent comments from Juice WRLD and T.I. defending MJ following the ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary. Towards the end of the show, the crew answers a fan question regarding the media’s role in the direction of hip-hop, and to close out Ak, Wayno and Nadeksa give their take on ScHoolboy Q’s recent cryptic tweet and salute Apple and Google Maps for renaming Blue Slide Park after the late Mac Miller. 


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Everyday Struggle
Everyday Struggle is a daily hip-hop debate show where internet sensation DJ Akademiks and hip-hop veteran Wayno square off on the biggest topics in music and pop culture, moderated by journalist Nadeska Alexis. The hosts bring their fans an in-depth look into the biggest stories in the hip-hop community with commentary, exclusive content, and a behind-the-scenes look at one of the biggest shows in rap. Popular segments throughout the show include The Review, AK by the Numbers, Heat Check, Struggle Mail and more. Conversations and opinions are of the hosts and are not representative of Complex or their guests. Notable celebrities on the show have included 21 Savage, Vince Staples, 2 Chainz, Jeezy, SZA, Erykah Badu, Tory Lanez, and spawned viral moments with rappers like Lil Yachty, Soulja Boy and the Migos. The show launched in April 2017 and airs Monday through Thursday on Complex.