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R. Kelly Previews New Album, Dawn Robinson Dropped From R&B Divas L.A.?

Some news for you all tonight! R. Kelly will release new album Black Panties on November 11. The singer recently previewed a slew of tracks from the upcoming album. Titles include Sex Genius, Girls Kissing Girls, Oreo, My Story featuring 2 Chainz, Circles, Show Ya Pussy, Legs Shaking featuring Ludacris and more.

Dawn Robinson of En Vogue is said to be cut from the next season of R&B Divas L.A. The reunion saw the singer noticeably absent and during Part 1 of the reunion telecast, Dawn called out moderator Wendy Williams for calling her "weak". Dawn's ex husband has also reportedly spoke out against TV One and others involving abuse claims she's made.

Dawn was very "weak", weird, and scary acting while on R&B Divas. I think there's more to her than what we're really seeing. There have rumors over the years how she has been difficult to work with and a "bitch". I think R&B Divas L.A. just scratched the surface.

A few of R&B's leading ladies have found themselves the subject of a rant by Gucci Mane via Twitter. The rapper called out a flock of R&B ladies including Ciara, Keyshia Cole, Monica, and Fantasia for various sexscapades and other revelations. Whether their true or not remains unknown. Most of the ladies and a few rappers have spoken out against Gucci and his claims.

This isn't the first time Gucci has called out Keyshia Cole and she has denied any relationship with Gucci. I notice the men are always coming out making claims of sexual relationships with women in the industry. The women always deny any claims of sexual relationships with guys in the industry.
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