No She Didn’t.. Wendy Williams Discuss Xscape’s Reunion On Hot Topics.

Wendy Williams outchea being messy again…

Wendy Williams does her usual hot topic segment which includes TI and Tameka Harris VH1’s ‘Family Hustle’ renewed for season 6 and Xscape reunion. That’s not the problem. Wendy Williams says on the show  “People with too many financial responsibilities to help the group “recover.” And just what are those responsibilities? Wendy said Xscape  fans have to choose between cutting the grass for the week or sending their kids to college, so buying an album or concert tickets for Xscape is a no-go.

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Colin Kaepernick to stand during national anthem next season.

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Change of plans….

Roughly six months ago Colin Kaepernick  protest the national anthem.

It looks like Colin decided to wave the white flag and stand during national anthem next season.

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick will stand during the national anthem next season, sources told ESPN on Thursday.

Kaepernick no longer wants his method of protest to detract from the positive change that he believes has been created, sources told ESPN. He also believes the amount of national discussion on social inequality — as well as support from other athletes nationwide, including NFL and NBA players — affirmed the message he was trying to deliver.

Kendrick Lamar says he’s working on a very urgent new album.

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Kendrick Lamar has revealed that he is working on a “very urgent” new album.

The rapper explained that he wants to return to “addressing the problem” the way he did on his 2015 album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’.

“I think now, how wayward things have gone within the past few months, my focus is ultimately going back to my community and the other communities around the world where they’re doing the groundwork,” Lamar told The New York Times.

“‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ was addressing the problem,” he continued. “I’m in a space now where I’m not addressing the problem anymore. We’re in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it’s almost in conflict with what’s going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system.”

I wondered if the new record would engage directly with that conflict.

“It’s very urgent,” Lamar replied.

I asked him what that urgency would sound like. A Pro Tools recording session had been open on the studio console when I walked in, a work in progress that I wasn’t going to get to hear. The colorful Jenga-like arrangement of blocks on the screen represented the song’s elements, an array one wished one could, like a text, read. Lamar sat in silence for a time. Muffled beats from adjoining recording suites rose and fell in the background.