Cardi B has some words about the state of the government shutdown.
On the heels of Trump ordering thousands of government workers to return to their jobs Tuesday, despite the fact that they still won’t get paid, Cardi B aired her grievances on Instagram.
““Now, I don’t want to hear you motherfuckers talkin’ about, ‘Oh, but Obama shut down the government for 17 days. … Yeah bitch, for health care,” Cardi B exclaimed. “So, your grandmother can check her blood pressure and you b—-es can go check out your p—ies at the gynecologist with no motherfuckin’ problem.”
Cardi continued, “I know that not a lot of y’all don’t care because y’all don’t work for the government or y’all probably don’t have a job, but this shit is really fuckin’ serious, bro. This shit is crazy,” she continued. “Our country is in a hell hole right now all for a fuckin’ wall. Everybody needs to take this seriously. I feel like we need to take some action. I don’t know what type of action, b—h, because dis not what I do, but bitch, I’m scared. This is crazy and I feel bad for these people that got to go to fucking work to not get motherfucking paid.”
The government shutdown, officially longest in U.S. history is now on its 26th day. Among furloughed federal employees ordered back to work without pay are those who inspect planes, issue tax refunds, monitor food safety and facilitate the sale of offshore oil drilling rights.
This is Soulja Boy’s first time on ‘The Breakfast Club’ on Power 105 ever!
At the beginning, Soulja Boy talks about Katt Stacks incident when she exposed him on social media claim the rapper allegedly did cocaine and had more foolery. Click Here if you missed that. Soulja Boy says he never did cocaine in his life.
At the 2:10 mark, Soulja Boy addresses his network he’s worth $30 million.
At the 2:30 mark, Soulja Boy talk about how he had a bigger comeback than Tyga in 2018. “When I say comeback I’m NOT meaning like “Oh, I feel off and I had to get back on. I’m not saying I had the biggest comeback. I’m saying 2016, 2017 I got into all that problems with the Migos,Chris Brown . and Shia LaBeouf and this and that person and I was presented in such a way where people counted me out…. I started this internet. I started the wave. I’m the real reason the new artist are getting signed. I’m the reason why there’s a Lil’ Pump. I discovered Chief Keef….”
Charlamagne says Soulja Boy didn’t have the biggest comeback in 2018. “You have to come out with a massive hit because you are a musical artist.”
” Yo, Charlamagne, Tyga had a record. This n*** sitting here talking about Tyga. The n*** that lost his bitch to Travis Scott. The n*** that Travis Scott nutted in the bitch and got her pregnant. Him? He’s had the biggest comeback…”
Soulja Boy claims he loves Tyga.
At the 10:01 mark, Soulja Boy says he has no issues with Chris Brown and the Migos.
At the 10:22 mark , Soulja Boy explains his past issues with the Migos and Chris Brown.
At the 20:20 mark, Soulja Boy talks about his gaming consoles, Nintendo’s threats against his company.
On Kanye West:
Kanye’s previous claims of being akin to Walt Disney and Steve Jobs. “Why you ain’t come out with shit then? I came out with a whole video game console, bruh. I’m the first rapper to do that in history, bruh. You ain’t Walt Disney. You ain’t none of that, bruh.”
Soulja added, has simply been kissing “them folks’ ass” to get to where he’s at now. And as for Kanye’s recent habits of embracing Trump and tweeting about Drake, Soulja—like many younger artists and fans—is angry and perplexed. “We looking at you like you goofy, bruh,” he said. “You up here supporting Trump and shit, bruh. You supporting Trump, bruh? What the fuck wrong with you?” Kanye’s Adidas collabs and Yeezy clothes, by Soulja’s assessment, are “ugly.” (39:00 mark)
At the 49:00 mark, Soulja feels Drake stole his bars.
Following a discussion about Meek Mill—mocked Drake in connection with the Pusha-T back-and-forth. Stop playing me like I ain’t teach Drake everything he know,” Soulja said. He then let loose a few lines from Drake’s Weezy-featuring Thank Me Later single “Miss Me,” which does indeed include some Soulja paraphrasing.
Over a week ago, It was announced, Kanye and Kim Kardashian West are expecting their fourth child via surrogate, PEOPLE has confirmed. Click here if you missed the story.
Kim Kardashian West confirmed on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that she and Kanye West will be having a baby boy.She appeared on the show Monday night with sisters Kourtney and Khloe. Cohen wasted no time asking whether it was true that the Wests were preparing for the birth of their fourth child.When Cohen asked if they have a due date, Kim responded “um, we do. It’s sometime soon.”He then asked, “you know if it’s a boy or girl?””We do. It’s a boy,” she said. “It’s out there. I got drunk at our Christmas Eve party, and I told some people, but I can’t remember who I told.”
Calling herself “over it,” Kardashian said she felt that she and Kanye West had both “moved on.”
As for the rumors that the Kardashian family is somehow responsible for getting Donald Trump elected president?
“If we have that much power, thank you so much, but we don’t,” said Kim.
Kim Kardashian talks Kylie Jenner vs egg and Kanye vs Twitter
An egg just beat Kylie Jenner for Instagram likes. Kylie previously had the record number of likes for her baby announcement.
“That was kind of genius marketing, honestly,” admitted Kim.
As for Kanye West’s infamous Twitter tirades, Kim feels that her husband turns to Twitter for therapy.
He was like, ‘Look, some people express themselves, like if it’s about a person, in diss records. I’ve never done that. Some people see a therapist … To me, Twitter is my therapy and it’s legal. …People could end up in jail for maybe the things I’m thinking, but if I just tweet it all it might be 150 tweets, but it’s how I get it out, then I feel better and I’m over it for a while.
The White House on Monday announced that it will reverse previous policy and direct the Internal Revenue Service to pay tax refunds this season during the partial government shutdown, which has gone on for more than two weeks.
According to reports, Russell Vought, the acting director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, told reporters during a briefing on Monday that the Trump administration has “been trying to make this as painless as possible” within the law. The White House did not provide specifics, but said further guidance on tax refunds would be forthcoming.
“Tax refunds will go out. They will not be non-accepted activities. That’s something that we will be sending out guidance on that we’re fixing from past administrations,” Vought said.
In the briefing with reporters, Vice President Mike Pence also said that President Donald Trump directed OMB to lessen the impact of the shutdown on everyday Americans.
Trump has been in an acrimonious standoff with Congress over funding his long-promised border wall, which prompted the shutdown. Roughly 800,000 federal employees have been furloughed or are working without pay. Democrats, who now control the House, passed legislation last week to end the shutdown. However, congressional leaders are still haggling with the administration to re-open the government and address the president’s demand for billions in border security.
In a contingency plan from December, the IRS noted that 12.5 percent of its staff is expected to continue working through a shutdown.
Taxpayers typically file for refunds at the beginning of the year, but during a shutdown, the IRS is typically restricted from dispersing tax refunds without congressional approval.
In 2018, the IRS began its filing season on Jan. 29. By Feb. 2, it had received roughly 18.3 million returns and processed 6.1 million refunds, with an average refund of $2,035. By Nov. 23, 2018, the IRS received about 154.4 million returns and issued an average refund of $2,899.
Americans may find themselves missing an agency they usually love to hate if the government shutdown persists: the Internal Revenue Service.
According to reports, A protracted fight between Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders to fund the government could delay payouts of tax refunds to millions of Americans who are owed money.The country’s tax collector is among the federal agencies affected by the government shutdown, now in its second week.
As a partial government shutdown approaches its two-week point, concerns are growing that a heavily impacted Internal Revenue Service will delay issuing taxpayers’ refunds.
The agency has categorized issuing tax refunds as a “non-excepted” activity — meaning those tasked with processing refunds would be furloughed during a shutdown. Meanwhile, several types of tax return processing were deemed “Necessary for the Safety of Human Life or Protection of Government Property.”
That’s according to a December shutdown plan that lays out the first five business days of the agency’s response during a shutdown occurring outside of tax season. While the document notes the plan can be reassessed and furloughed employees can be recalled, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday and CNN reported Thursday that the IRS generally does not issue refunds during a shutdown.
The IRS plan says that only 12.5 percent of the IRS workforce is authorized to work during a shutdown, while the rest of the agency faces furloughs
According to CNN reports, The inauguration of the 116th Congress today marks the first time ever that a federal government shutdown will extend into two different Congresses.
It’s also the first time that a chamber of Congress changed power in the middle of a government shutdown.
Remember: Jan. 3 is the Day 13 of the shutdown, making it the fourth-longest in US history.
On the show Ari Melber breaks down how Trump is violating his own campaign promise by shutting down the Government over border wall funding. Melber walks through how Trump in fact promised that Mexico would pay for the wall and is now breaking his pledge and trying to pass on the bill to U.S. taxpayers. Melber also walks through how Trump’s entire career was built on selling the hoax of “something for nothing” and this same pattern is now being politicized through the border wall funding battle.