Drunk Ass Tami put the Boone’s Farm down long enough to enjoy an evening at the theater, Jill Scott and Queen Latifah visit 106 & Park to promote the all-chocolate version of ‘Steel Magnolias’, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon treat their tiny tots to a day at the Santa Monica Pier and more in today’s edition of Star Tracks. Check out the flicks below!
What’s soft, pink, and smeared with pork chop grease? According to my Uncle Chad Butler, that would be Ne-Yo‘s lips!
The singer celebrated the release of his single “Lazy Love” surrounded by scantily clad racially ambiguous lovely ladies in New York City last night. That’s the spirit of promotion, Go-Go.
Ne-Yo will join Pepsi as the brand continues its year-long celebration of the 35th anniversary of the late Michael Jackson‘s game changing ‘Bad’ albm will a concert at The Big Apple’s Gotham Hall tonight.
The line-up also features songbird Melanie Fiona, Swizz Beatz and DJ Cassidy. The event will mark the conclusion of Pepsi and Billboard’s 2012 Summer Beats Concert Series.
We miss you, Michael! Since I have yet to master the moonwalk I have been Tevin Campbell gliding to your music all day.
Trey Songz‘s melodic goat cries may send the ladies and assorted gays swooning but they aren’t enough to bring tears to Ne-Yo‘s eyes.
During a stop at The Breakfast Club last week, Go-Go weighed in on Tremaine’s lack of vocal emotion, stating “Trey’s one of them dudes that could be a serious problem if he decided to put that emotion in there. Just the emotional disconnect is there.”
Of course, that simple observation didn’t go over too well with Tommy Davidson’s sexier twin.
“I’ma talk to Ne-Yo when I see him. It ain’t even that. The thing is that Ne-Yo knows me,” said Songz responding to the criticism during an interview with 106 KMEL. “Ain’t no need to have that conversation for the world to hear, you know. And I feel like that’s a sucker move. It’s all good though. I’m a real nigga. They gon’ take shots.”
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Imagine the complete detestation of having your camel toe put on blast on national television. Now compose yourself enough to act like a lady by thinking like a man. That’s exactly what Ne-Yo did last Friday (August 3) before lighting the stage up on ‘Good Morning America’ concert series.
Backed by a troop of dancers (some looking the Caucasian traptastic fool more than others), the three-time Grammy award winner steamed cleaned that monkey with high-energy performances of “Let’s Go,” “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself),” and “Give Me Everything.” Well alright, fish!
According to our friends over at The Lava Lizard, Go-Go’s upcoming album has been pushed back like Susan Taylor’s hairline from its September 18th original date. Watch a true master of the tang at work after the jump.
Ne-Yo is tired of hoes coming for his twat by questioning his sexuality. Don’t kill the messenger.
Speaking with radio personality Yesi Ortiz from Power 106 about a range of topics including Target’s refusal to sell Frank Ocean’s debut album ‘Channel Orange,’ the hit-maker added that he’s half past kiss my ass with rumors about himself.