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Fantasia To Release Deluxe Version Of New Album, Drama On The Set Of R&B Divas

Hello everyone! Still hungover? Aren't we all! I have some news for you all concerning Fantasia's new album, drama on the set of R&B Divas, and an arrest warrant issued for Gucci Mane. Read on below.

First Fantasia's new album The Side Effects Of You is still scheduled to be released on April 23. Retailer Target will carry a deluxe version of the album which includes two new tracks; one with Tank and rapper Los(Bad Boy rapper/producer and baby daddy of rapper Lola Monroe's baby) and a track titled To The Heavens.

The Side Effects Of You features the first single Lose To Win and a collaboration with Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott.

Since the season finale of season one of R&B Divas there has been much talk about the returning cast. It was announced awhile back that Nicci Gilbert(co-creator of the show) was leaving or being fired. The news was pretty much denied on all ends but now the story has resurfaced. According to reports Nicci Gilbert got into an altercation with new series member Latocha Scott(which resulted in an altercation between the ladies husbands). The altercation forced Nicci to stop showing up for work.

There has been so many various stories about cast shakeups and drama; its hard to determine what's believable and what's not. I guess we will see when R&B Divas returns to TV.

Gucci Mane is in hot water as he has an arrest warrant out for an altercation at a club. A fan wanted to take a picture with Gucci when he was struck in the head with a champagne bottle by Gucci and punched by one of Gucci's accomplices. The rapper and co. fled in a white Chevy Tahoe and haven't been seen or heard from since. That's Gucci for ya!

Interestingly enough Gucci is supposed to be doing a show in my hometown next week. Let's see if he shows.
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