Hip hop media personality, DJ Akademiks, reacts to Toronto rapper Chromazz No Jumper interview with her calling him a “waste man.”
Chromazz has started the new year with a bang as a sex tape leaked of the Toronto artist with No Jumper host Adam. During an interview with No Jumper, Chromazz called out DJ Akademiks for allegedly spreading rumors that he had sexual encounters with her.
The interview led Chromazz to label DJ Akademiks as a “waste man,” which is a derogatory statement in her city of Toronto for men. Not one to stay silent being in the world of hip hop media, Akademiks had a quick reaction to her claim.
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He admitted that he did meet up with the Toronto hip hop artist during her visit to Los Angeles, but her real goal during the trip was to meet a player from the NBA. He also revealed that when he first met Chromazz, that she was pregnant for the late Drakeo The Ruler.
Listen to the bombshell in the video clip below.
Chromazz first came up through Toronto in the Jane and Finch area. She originally sat down with WorldWide Entertainment TV for an interview in 2018 before on the original Youtube Channel and series from official Youtube studios. Check out the re-upload of the interview below.
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In other news concerning the murder of Drakeo The Ruler, according to TMZ, police “are mostly relying on surveillance and cellphone footage to crack the case,” adding that most witnesses to the incident have failed to speak with law enforcement regarding the backstage stabbing.
The outlet went on to say that police have begun to head another route, looking to see if Drakeo’s death is connected to the suspected gang-related murder of Compton rapper Slim 400, who was shot and killed on Dec. 8.
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DRAKEO THE RULER’S MOTHER WANTS JUSTICE
Drakeo’s mother, Darrylene Corniel, told Rolling Stone her son was accompanied by a small group of people backstage when an even larger group, totaling “like 40 to 60 people,” arrived around the same time as YG, and “swamped” her son and his entourage. “Everything just happened so quickly,” she said. “They started trying to jump them.”
Corniel added, “I need this to be out there. I need people to know. And I do want justice for my son. And I do believe that justice will be served. I will not rest until justice is served.”