Your favorite versatile bottoms are in the press again. It seems like these girls always need to be talked about.
Tyga, who found moderate success with his song “Rack City”, spoke candidly about about the beef between Drake and Chris Brown during his much needed interview cause you know he didn’t sell any records interview on ‘Much Music’s New Music Live.’
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“I don’t think it’s like a real beef, it’s the media and stuff just blowing it up. But at the end of the day, I’m friends with both of them. It’s like high school, you got competition,” explained Tyga.
Now that’s cute. What is dude in the background trying to convey through his body language?
Keep in mind that Teairra Mari is an artist, so she’s sensitive about her shit.
The dethroned Princess of the Roc, photographed above with rapper Hazel-E exiting Cafe Entourage after attending Necole Bitchie’s pre-BET party, flipped Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” into “I Do Like.” The good news? Her box is still for available for male suitors whose bank accounts can handle her penchant for the finer things in life.
Khia and the general counsel for the Sweet Tea Gang clicked up recently to discuss a laundry list of current events in pop culture including Willow Smith’s bulldagger application status, sodomizing tips for Diddy,’Basketball Wives’ community penis privileges and more loud and wrong subject matters.
While hosting a New Year’s Eve party at a hole in the walldent in the sheet rock nightclub in Pennsylvania swamped with sweaty neck patrons, Lil’ Kim grabbed the mic to let attendees in on the news that she and Mary J. Blige have plans to diss not only Nicki Minaj but also one-time collaborator Keyshia Cole on an upcoming track.
I think this other bitch got a song with Keyshia Cole, right? Coming at me and the mothafuckin’ other queen, Mary J. Blige. Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive where they won’t even fucking exist no more and erase their fucking social security number! We gon’ remind them who the fuck we are! I’m not playing with this bitch for 2011. I’m saying, we can rock together but bitch you ain’t taking nothing from me!
God I hope Frankie isn’t up-to-date on her rabies immunizations.
Life after the wet cardboard box full of puppies at Bad Boys Records is a tough one. To survive hardships until their severance pay kicks in the occupants are force to sell ass (Aubrey O’Day), sell pussy (Que), or sell Firestone tires (Cheri Dennis and the rest of the children).
And then, you have brave bitches like this who think they can make it on their own. Girl, no. But I applaud your efforts.
“I think he pulled a track out when he was blowing my back out / What was I drinking? I can’t believe I blacked out / I must have been on drugs . . . I hope he used a rubber / or Imma be in trouble / Promise I don’t remember / except for rolling over.”
Surprisingly, this isn’t from Kat Stacks’ latest blog entry. Known mostly for being the owner of a vicious killer overbite, former Cheetah Girls member Kiely Williams is trying to shake that pesky Disney label 3 years too late by reminding the masses of her non-existent vocal skills, sex appeal, and relevancy.
If TJ from Smart Guy turns up on the remix, I’m fucking done.
If you have been keeping thoughts of Raz B on your mind and don’t have LOGO in your cable package consider yourself in fucking luck. Chris Stokes may have taken the his money [and manhood depending on who you ask] but nothing can detour this zestlemen from trying his hand at a singing career. He got that ambition baby, look in his eyes. Right after you check your glucose levels.
Set in a dank back room down at the YMCA, Raz lets his raw emotion trickle out on the dance floor before performing a lazy Michael Jackson tribute for a group of uninterested friends. Blame Deezy for sharing this week this class.