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Lil' Wayne throws mic at DJ and Kathy Griffin leaves "Fashion Police" and Kendrick Lamar retitles new album

GANGSTA LEAN: It's safe to say that Lil' Wayne is not having the best week. Earlier this week it was reported that someone shot at his Miami home and police were called. Fortunately the story was false and no one was injured as originally indicated. As if that wasn't enough, while performing this week Lil' Wayne got mad at the DJ when he played the wrong song. Perhaps Wayne had too much lean! What do you think? So what else is going on? FASHION FORWARD: Well after Kelly Osbourne's fiery exit from "Fashion Police", host Kathy Griffin has also left the show only after 7 episodes. The show originally spearheaded by the late great Joan Rivers is not doing so well it seems. Maybe it might be time to give the show the ax. What do you think? Do you think Guiliana Rancic's comments towards Zendaya Coleman hurt the show? BLACK BUTTERFLY: One person who is not hurting is Kendrick Lamar. He is readying his new album which is now titled To Pimp A Butterfly. The album was originally named "Untitled" and the album will arrive in stores and online on March 23. Will you be copping the new Kendrick Lamar? Well what do you think of today's stories? Thoughts? Leave a comment! Until then see you all next time!
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