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Iggy Azalea gets engaged and Kim Kardashian-West sounds off on pregnancy rumors

Iggy Azalea and her boyfriend Nick Young have gotten engaged! Iggy showed off her new ring via Instagram! Congrats to the couple! Iggy recently cancelled her "The Great Escape Tour" citing that she would tour again next year when she releases a new album. And Kim Kardashian-West says that she's not using a surrogate to carry her child as it was indicated on "Wendy" on Monday. Kim tweeted that she can't wait to do a live video feed to sound off on the haters, not her exact words but you get the drift. But my thing is why take the time to address every story and rumor about you? I don't think people are all that pressed about whether you did use a surrogate or not. In other Kim K. West news, she says that Pharrell and his wife Helen saved her butt last night as feathers on her dress caught on fire. Speaking of Kardashians, Caitlyn Jenner formerly known as Bruce Jenner made his/her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair, I'm sure you all seen it by now. Anyway Timbaland had something to say about it and he posted a meme that said, "if your mother named you Bruce, I'm calling you Bruce". Rightfully so everyone is not going to agree with what he did but I think that response from someone such as Timbaland was ignorant. Stick to producing! I mean what if his pal, Missy came out and said she wants to be a man? I'm just saying!
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