Bobby Brown Thinks Justice Would Be Served If Nick Gordon Was “Locked up Somewhere Where Somebody Can Rape Him

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Earlier this month marked the sixth anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death, and in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Bobby Brown opened up about his years in the music industry and the tragic endings for his late wife and their daughter Bobbi Kristina.

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Bobby explained what he would like to see happen. “Justice? If he was locked up somewhere where somebody can rape him. That’s just how I feel. He raped me by taking my daughter away,” he told the publication, adding he doesn’t think Nick was punished harshly enough “because he’s still walking around free.”

In 2016, Nick Gordon was ordered to pay $36 million to the estate of your daughter. Do you feel there has been justice related to her death?
No, not yet.

Why not?
Because he’s still walking around free.

What does justice look like to you?
Justice? If he was locked up somewhere where somebody can rape him. That’s just how I feel. He raped me by taking my daughter away.

What’s been your anchor for sobriety?
The love for my kids. The love that they give me. My older kids know everything about me and they still love me. [Laughs] The love of my wife for her loving me the way she does and holding me down the way she does has been everything for me. It’s been my rock. When I did get sober, I knew that I wasn’t going to turn back.

How did you know?
[Beats chest] Just my heart. I was done with trying to kill myself and beating myself up over different things and petty shit.

This month marks the sixth anniversary of Whitney’s death. What do you think was the most misunderstood thing about her?
Um … whoa [long pause] – I don’t think she died from drugs.

You don’t?
No, not at all.

What do you think it was?
She was really working hard on herself to try to be a sober person and, um [pauses] she was a great woman.

When you say you don’t think she died of drugs, do you mean you don’t think there were drugs in her system at the time?
Yes.

[Alicia Etheredge-Brown, wife and manager, interjecting]: There were drugs in her system.
Well, I don’t think so.

[Etheredge-Brown]: You feel that other things played a part …
That played a part. Yes.

What do you attribute her death to if it wasn’t drugs?
Just being broken-hearted.

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Saweetie Talks Viral Hit ‘Icy Grl’ And More On Hot 97

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A little background on Ms. Saweetie

Bay area native rapper Saweetie burst onto the scene late last year with her viral hit, “Icy Grl,” a freestyle over the beat of Khia’s “My Neck, My Back.” Recognizing the potential for the song, Saweetie released a visual for the record in October, which has now garnered over 10 million views on YouTube.

And, She recently signed with Warner Bros.

Watch the interview below.

Hot 97 grills  Ms. Saweetie…

Pizza Hut Replaces Papa John’s As The NFL’s Official Sponsor

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Pizza Hut is replacing Papa John’s as one of the National Football League’s corporate sponsor.

The announcement comes a day after Papa John’s said it would end its sponsorship of the league. Papa John’s, which last fall blamed the NFL’s response to player protests for slumping sales, will focus on its partnerships with individual teams.

The league’s deal with Pizza Hut is for four years, and is worth more than the Papa John’s deal, a source familiar with the agreement told CNN. The agreement gives Pizza Hut, which is owned by Yum Brands (YUM), an array of exclusive marketing rights.

“We are thrilled to have Pizza Hut, an industry leader and one of America’s favorite brands, as an official league sponsor,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

The sponsorship will roll out with the upcoming NFL Draft in April.

I Said What I Said. SZA Says She Was Mad As Hell To NOT WIN A Grammy

‘The Grammys Awards’ snubbed Cardi B, Jay-Z, SZA click Here if you missed that.

SZA was nominated for five Grammys including Best New Artist.

Fast forward… SZA finally reacts to Grammy snub.

On Wednesday morning GQ releases a new interview with SZA.

SZA admits that she was “mad as hell” she didn’t take home an award that night. Although she came to accept the outcome later.

Read more below…

GQ: You said your Grammy nominations were the most surreal thing that’s happened to you in your career, so tell me about your first experience. You brought your mom and grandmother to the ceremony, which was really sweet.

SZA: Definitely surviving the red carpet was wild. Like, standing still, not flinching and making weird faces.

 

Did you guys party afterwards?

No, we definitely went back [to the hotel]. I smoked a bunch of blunts, showed Granny the penthouse I was staying in. My mom hung for a bit and then she went to bed! So that was cool.

 

People were pretty up in arms that you weren’t the biggest winner of the night. How did you feel coming out of that?

I felt a shift. Like, I came a really long-ass way. I didn’t imagine this album doing much anyway. I was so grateful to even have been honored by being nominated and having so many people fuck with my music. I feel like at some point you start to get sucked up into the accolades and you’re like, Oh, this is what this is about, and this is what quantifies my success or me as an artist or a human being.

 

You’d think having all of these people excessively posting or vocalizing their support for you after losing would be uplifting and flattering. But on the receiving end, that’s difficult to take.

You know, I never looked at the Internet [after the Grammys]. I never looked at anything anyone ever said after that online—not once. The only time I ever heard about it was in person, when someone walked up to me and was like, “You were robbed” or whatever the fuck. I was like, “I feel you.” My home girl actually showed me Alessia [Cara]’s post and I thought, This is really crazy.

I just didn’t know how to take it. I didn’t say anything, I didn’t post, because I’ve never had to deal with anything I really believed in wholeheartedly, or invested in, and went through something that publicly before. I wanted to be honest as fuck, and if today I’m just mad as hell, I don’t want to say something that reflects me being mad as hell. But I definitely feel blessed now. I also don’t feel compelled to explain myself.

If anything, I feel compelled to express that I really, really fuck with Alessia Cara. She’s beautiful as fuck, her voice is like water, it’s like milk, I think it’s gorgeous. It has so much dimension, and she deserves every accolade that she gets. And people can’t be mad. I don’t give a fuck when her album came out! She sounds great right now! So, like, it’s over. You have to just move over and be grateful for the shit that did happen in your favor.

 

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