All you bitches are Onika’s sons and she is making sure to remind you every chance she gets.
After surprising fans at the Power 105.1′s Powerhouse concert with a four song set in New York City on Saturday night, Nicki Minaj let it be known that she intends to stick to her hip-hop roots — and while you are checking receipts, that she is both Queen and King of New York.
“I’m probably in the top five of the niggas he did mention, so go and do your muthafuckin’ research,” she told The Breakfast Club crew of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” verse. “But, I also feel like he maybe one of those respectful gentlemen that probably felt like ‘I don’t want to say a female’s name.’ Or maybe he just don’t think the kid is ill. But the kid knows the kid is ill, so I don’t need to be on anybody’s dick.”
“I’m the queen of New York. I’m the king of New York. Let me tell you why. Platinum albums. Albums plural. Number one in five muthafuckin’ countries, nigga,” she continued. “Don’t play with me. You better respect my muthafuckin’ gangsta, bitch. When you got an album that goes number one in Japan, the UK, Australia, America and Canada at the same muthafuckin’ time, then you can speak my muthafuckin’ name.” She later clarified her comments by tweeting that she considers Jay-Z to be The Rotten Apple’s king.
What everyone should be buzzing about is the way she conduct herself like true royalty by posing for pictures while holding cheap alcohol in an environment conducive with the Sweaty Black Club culture.
Last season, fans of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ followed Erica Mena as she attempted to launch a music career by playing up her relationship with then on-again-way-the-fuck-off-again manager Rich Dollaz. This time around the hot tempered Latina model’s new love interest is an equally attractive model name Cyn Santana and she’s penning a book titled ‘Chronicles of a Confirmed Bachelorette: The Girl Factor’ detailing her experiences with both sexes. Listen, we all have bills.
Check out excerpts from her interview with Vibe below.
Her response to people saying that she is only dating girls for male attention:
“I think it’s funny because that’s the moment you take the time to put into perspective how crucial, incredible and foolish society is. I don’t think it’s accepted naturally to be bisexual, especially as a woman. So I expect that, but I also have the time to laugh at it because it is what it is. It makes me laugh because whether they believe it or not this is what you have to accept, this is what is going to be on your TV every Monday night. I think what people have to just naturally give me the respect for is the fact that me being a woman and no matter what I’ve done, fault to mistakes or right to wrong, that I’m able to step out and be like, ‘This is who I am and this is who I love to be with. This is what it is, this is my life. I’m on a reality show so you get what you get.’”
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, gospel recording artist (and alleged owner an impressive holy grail) Deitrick Haddon gives his opinion on why Christians need to get over the possessions of the ministers featured on ‘Preachers of L.A.’ and focus on winning souls for Jesus and more.
Read excerpts from the conversation below.
On the runaway success of ‘Preachers of L.A.’
“It was just the way I envisioned it, and I’m humbled to be able to be a part of such a groundbreaking, history-making product. I was walking one day in the middle of my test, when I was going through, about my divorce and I had a baby out of wedlock and the baby was on the way. I was walking, I was praying, I just knew I messed up. And God was encouraging me and telling me, ‘Deitrick it’s going to be okay. You’ve got a storm coming but I’m still with you through it all.’”
This week, T-Boz and Chilli revealed to The Breakfast Club that the group had only $15,000 after selling 10 million records after former TLC manager Peri “Pebbles” Reid and L.A. Reid swindled them out of the profits from their recording contract.
Following the interview, Pebbles wasted no time threatening legal action for the way she’s being portrayed in the upcoming VH1 biopic and media.
“I’m not here to promote something I put on the map and yet have been disrespected by because of more reasons than one! Lawyers on deck,” she tweeted.
“I would say being lied on for as long and trying to continue to is sadder. But, the continued slander from all will help prove just what was done,” she continued. “Thank you love. It’s not good what they played a part of but it will be dealt with now that the slander continues.”
She added,”TLC without me? No way. I gotta go! Like I said hours ago, have a good one and let’s keep it good and classy from over here. I want to see all do well. Always have.”
“What I see is trying to make sure that everybody thinks you have more than what you actually have. What’s the point if you actually don’t have it? If you don’t have it, then you don’t have it. Have what you have. Enjoy that . . . The craft is everything. Don’t be afraid of not being the wealthiest person in the room. Be the smartest person in the room. Be the slickest person in the room. Be the most creative person in the room. Be the most entertaining person in the room. Just be in the room.”
– Jill Scott tells Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club that she is tired of seeing music artists pretend to be something that they’re not