It’s congratulations to Halle Berry and her husband Oliver Martinez.  Halle gave birth to her second child on Saturday, according to her rep. 

Olivier Martinez and Halle Berry arrive at Warner Bros. Pictures Cloud Atlas premiere photo by Kevin Winter Getty Images.jpg

Word has it the 47-year old actress delivered a baby boy at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and for now, his name has not been released. Berry announced her pregnancy last April, calling it the "biggest surprise of my life."  This is the couple’s only child together.

And yes I said husband, get more details about the happy couples marriage below inside Tha Wire.  In the meantime, congratulations to the happy family!

Kendrick Lamar rocks the mic at the 2013 Budweiser Made In America Festival photo by Theo Wargo-Getty-Images.jpg

In other news, in the wake of Kendrick Lamar‘s cypher verse on the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards , in which K-Dot presumably takes shots at Drake for a second time, some are eager to see how this is all gonna pan out.

Now it seems Erykah Badu is egging Drake to respond.  The R&B diva took to Twitter to give her two sence on the lyrical issue and suggested that Drake had to fire back, because it’s Hip Hop.

Erykah Badu takes to Twitter and erges Drake to fire back at Kendrick Lamar-Twitter

Should he?  So far, he’s chosen not to.  The first shot Kendrick took at Drizzy was in firery verse on Big Sean’s Control.   The only response Drake gave, was when he was asked about it in interviews.  However, one interview in particular is believed to be behind Kendrick’s recent jab on BET.

When journalist Elliott Wilson asked Drake what he thought about Lamar’s verse in ‘Control’ and he stated, “That verse was a moment to talk about [but] are you listening to it now, though?”  Meanwhile, it might be a good thing that Drake hasn't responded because a growing group of people are saying that Kendrick wasn't talking about Drizzy at all.

Get more details on who people say Kendrick was talking about inside Tha Wire below.  Either way Kendrick isn’t talking just yet.  The awards show will air on Oct. 15 at 8PM ET.

Finally, after being named the highest earning man in Hip Hop, Diddy is giving back to young people who share his dream of being a successful entrepreneur.  The rap mogul recently donated $250,000 to the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to help future CEOs achieve their dreams.

Diddy introduces Robin Thicke at the iHeartRadio Music Fest. photo by Ethan Miller-Getty Images

Diddy said, “I believe all young people should be given the opportunity to be successful and to pursue their passions and NFTE gives all kids the tools they need to be the CEOs of their future.

Speaking of which, Diddy continues to make power moves and in a few weeks will expand his portfolio into the television business.  Get all the details on that now.  Press play to get today's scoop, skinny, mess and drama with Tha Wire.