TAKEOFF LEADS GOOGLE'S TOP TRENDING SEARCHES OF 2022: Takeoff is in the lead for Google's top trending searches for musical artists of 2022. Most of the searches involve the verses he released with Migos. According to Google, the most searched verse is Migos’ “Motorsport,” featuring Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. “Motorsport” is also one of YouTube’s top five most-viewed videos. Google search “Best Takeoff Verses” is up 1,600% since his death. The top trending songs include hits such as, “Hotel Lobby,” “Messy,” T-Shirt,” “Deadz,” and “Cocoon.”
DRAKE GET CUSTOM NECKLACE MADE UP OF 42 ENGAGEMENT RINGS HE ONCE CONSIDERED GIVING EX LOVERS: Reports say that Drake recently got a custom chain made out of 42 engagement rings. Jewelry designer Alex Moss shared on social media, “New piece titled ‘Previous Engagements’ for all the times he thought about it but never did it.” He added, “This monumental art piece was assembled using 351.38 carats of diamonds mounted in 18k white gold.” The necklace is composed of 42 engagement rings and 351.38 carats of diamonds. It was created over the course of a 14-month expedition, with each diamond being hand-selected and “inspected to only suit perfection.”
YOUNG THUG HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH A NEW OFFENSE WHILE AWAITING HIS RICO TRIAL: Fulton County District Attorney's office has added new charges to the list of accusations against Young Thug. According to Allhiphop, prosecutors filed three misdemeanor charges against the rapper, including street racing, reckless driving and speeding. He allegedly drove at 120 mph on Interstate 85 in May. Thug's lawyer Brian Steeel reacted to the charges, saying, “As of two weeks ago, that case was being resolved with a seatbelt violation. Today, now its indicted in the Fulton County Superior Court. He is being wronged by our system.” Young Thug was indicted for conspiracy to violate Georgia’s RICO Act and participation in a criminal street gang in May. Prosecutors added six felony charges in August. Gunna and more than two dozen YSL members were also indicted for racketeering. Prosecutors claim Young Thug’s YSL Records served as the front for a dangerous street gang. The YSL RICO trial will begin in January.