“[Russell] do exactly what [Ciara] tell him to do…He not being a man in that position, He not tellin’ her…Don’t even talk to him. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’ If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up. She know that.”
Sony and R. Kelly have agreed to part ways, sources tell Billboard. The news comes on the heels of the Lifetime documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which detailed allegations of sexual misconduct against the singer.
Reps for Sony and R. Kelly could not be immediately reached. Kelly has also now been removed from the RCA website.
Kelly had been signed to Jive since the beginning of his career in the early 1990s, and when Jive became part of Sony BMG, he became part of the Sony umbrella. He has been under contract at RCA, a Sony subsidiary, since 2012.
On Twitter, Nokia posted a video of herself listening to “7 rings” and then her own song “Mine,” from her mixtape 1992. She then says, “Does that sound familiar to you? ’Cause that sound really familiar to me,” continuing, “Ain’t that the lil song I made about brown women and their hair? Hmmm… sounds about white.” Princess Nokia also retweeted a tweet that suggested “[Ariana Grande]’s new album literally plagiarizes flows, words, bars from Nokia.”
Last year it was reported, Gucci Mane’s baby mama, Sheena Evans, asked for a child support increase for their 11-year-old son from $2,000 a month to $20,000 a month.
In court docs obtained by The Blast Gucci insists it doesn’t take $20,000 a month to raise a child and questions Sheena’s expense accounting where she claims to spend $800 a month on dry cleaning, $1000 a month on clothing and $150 a month on grooming for the child.
Here’s an update on the situation.
Gucci Mane‘s baby mama is revealing she is on welfare and living in Section 8 housing as part of her legal battle demanding a child support increase from the rapper.
According to The Blast reports, A hearing was held this week in the case brought by Gucci’s baby mama, Sheena Evans, who sued seeking an increase in the monthly support from the current $2,026 a month to $20k for their 11-year-old son, Keitheon.
In video shot by Dennis Byron at the hearing, her lawyer spoke to the judge and said her client lives in Section 8 housing, is on government assistance, receives food stamps and is on Medicaid … all while Gucci is making millions.
Fast Forward… During a Beats 1 interview on #Freebandz radio, Future not only discussed the new album but also spoke on his personal life including his past relationship with Ciara and he criticized Russell for being “controlled” by her.
According to Complex Magazine, Future claimed Ciara introduced his kid to Wilson before he allowed Wilson and Future to meet. When asked what he thought about Ciara’s husband, Future claimed Wilson was being controlled: “He do exactly what she tell him to do.”
Future said Wilson should be a “man” and forbid Ciara from even mentioning his name in public.
“He not being a man in that position,” he said. “He not tellin’ her, ‘Chill out with that on the internet. Don’t even talk to him. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’ If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up. She know that. She couldn’t even bring her exes’ names up. I don’t what they gave you […] Don’t give that s**t no energy.”
Future went on to criticize talk show host Wendy Williams, who has blasted the rapper for having various baby mamas.
“Man, the Wendy Williams situation, the only thing I was mad about her, putting my kid’s mother up that don’t want to be in the limelight,” he said. “[…] They’re not entertainers. Only time people know them is from me. If you see them responding, it’s because they want to respond. You can put her up. You can put them up. But don’t put the ones who ain’t responding. It’s two girls you’re putting on that list that don’t even never do social media.”
When Dave Chappelle impersonated R. Kelly in a sketch on his show back in 2003, the embattled R&B singer wasn’t too happy about the homage.
When the comedian took the stage on Wednesday night at WeHo Improv in Los Angeles, he said that some of the musician’s “goons” threatened him after the “Piss on You” video aired on the Comedy Central program Chappelle’s Show, according to a video obtained by TMZ.