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Bow Wow calls out "Empire" and 50 Cent calls Joe Budden a "bitch" and Beyonce's new shoe line

CYBER WEDNESDAY: After Wednesday night's season finale of "Empire" which drew 16.5 million viewers, the highest rated episode thus far, Bow Wow has spoke out against the show saying he would never be on "Empire" because it stereotypes blacks. Do you agree that the show stereotypes blacks and do you think he was hating on "Empire" a little? Of course he is entitled to his opinion but I wonder did he audition for Hakeem and ain't get the role. Bow Wow is currently starring in a new CBS show "CSI: CYBER". Right after "106 & Park" was cancelled Bow Wow scooped him up a gig real quick. Not mad at him about that but I'm giving his comments the side eye. "BITCH" MADE: Speaking of the side eye, Joe Budden made some comments about "Power" the show that stars Omari Hardwick(of "Being Mary Jane"). He was simply expressing his excitement about the show returning(in June) and referencing the tagline when 50 Cent for some reason took offense and called Joe a "bitch". After Joe questioned him and said he was a huge fan of the show, 50 Cent later apologized and said he had simply had too much to drink. So what do you think about 50 Cent apologizing? Ain't that a first? Well its good that 50 realized he was wrong and now its a thing of the past, I think. In other music news: MUSIC BITS: Beyonce has teamed up with Zanotti also known as Gisseupe Zanoti for a shoe line and you can expect them to be very expensive and Robin Thicke and Paula Patton are officially divorced. I would think Robin Thicke is tired of seeing courtrooms at this point especially after the "Blurred Lines" fiasco. What do you think about today's stories? Sound off in the comments or repost and like my shit! :-)
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