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Azealia Banks disses K. Michelle and Jill Scott's new album debuts at #1

It was only a matter of time before Azealia Banks butted heads with K. Michelle. The two outspoken musicians had it out on Twitter a few days ago with most of the insults coming from Azealia of course. It all started after K. cancelled her tour with Azealia. Well apparently Azealia was feeling some type of way about it or some fan asked her about it and she didn't hold back. It was a matter of time before K. caught wind of the bad mouthing and K. pretty much dismissed the drama. Good for you K. Speaking of Azealia, she did reveal that her "Slay Z" album featuring covers over some of Jay Z biggest hits will arrive in September. She said the album will feature 8 tracks. Cool! I'm ready for some new Azealia music anyway. Congratulations to Jill Scott! Her new album, "Woman" has debuted at #1 on this week's Billboard charts. This is Jill's second #1 album. Jill will be sharing the silver screen with Azealia Banks in "Coco" which is due to be released next year. Meanwhile Mariah Carey was seen in the studio with French Montana and Justin Beiber. Not sure if I wanna hear it but maybe Mariah will make it sound good. And Lenny Kravitz split his pants while performing and exposed himself for all to see. Go on Twitter if you want to see Lenny's manhood. :) Until next time folks! Thanks for reading! :)
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