The ladies of HIP HOP came together for Missy’s new single “I’m Better” remix.
Fun Fact… Missy’s remix is number 9 trending on Youtube.
Congrats to Missy, Trina, Lil Kim and Eve.
Hip Hop needs you!
‘T.I. and Tiny confront each other about cheating in a clip from T.I. & Tiny the Family Hustle…
In the clip, Tiny and T.I. are out to dinner when their intense argument goes down. “You left and went and got a house somewhere else,” T.I. says in the opening of the preview. “Because you started cheating. Yes sir,” Tiny replies. WHAT?!
Well, if you are scratching your head over this one, Tiny breaks it down in the confessional. “For those who don’t understand, Tip has some infidelities with a girl who I hired, and that girl is one of the reasons I got my own house.” Damn, Tip!
Then, T.I. shoots back by accusing Tiny of messing around with “a dude you know I don’t f–k with.,” aka, Floyd Mayweather. T.I. continues to tell Tiny that she was in Floyd’s home with him. Tiny admits to hanging out with Floyd, but insists that she never cheated on Tip
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Back in April 21st, A federal judge in Minneapolis has put a stop to Friday’s release of six previously unpublished Prince songs.
U.S. District Judge Wilhelmina Wright late Wednesday granted a temporary restraining order to stop sound engineer George Ian Boxill from releasing the EP Deliverance and ordered him to return the recordings to the singer’s estate.
Here’s an update on the situation.
Paisley Park Enterprises and Comerica Bank & Trust, representative of Prince’s estate, were granted a preliminary injunction banning Prince’s former sound engineer George Ian Boxill from publishing any unreleased recordings by the late pop star. Paisley Park Enterprises is a corporation that Prince owned, which is now run by his estate.
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Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez sit down with Wendy for an exclusive interview and open up about their relationship, parenthood and Love & Hip Hop on VH1.
Plus, their daughter, Bonnie Bella, makes her TV debut!
Back in March of this year, Migos member Quavo caught flak when, in a Rolling Stone profile, he seemed to suggest iLoveMakonnen’s coming out as gay somehow made the Atlanta MC’s lyrics about selling coke and Molly seem fake. But in Migos’ new interview for Billboard‘s latest cover story, Quavo tries to clear up any implications that he’s homophobic.
“If you real from the heart, you real from the heart,” he says. “That ain’t got nothing to do with no sex or gender. It’s 2017, and we all living.”
On Saturday Night Live the group performed with Katy Perry.
Last night, A story claim the group Migos had issues with drag queens.
The World of Wonder site pulled their story last night, and a representative from Capitol Music has called it “completely false and fabricated.” Meanwhile, over on Reddit, a commenter who also claims to be have been there has thoughts on how the queens were still maneuvered to be included in the song.