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Azealia Banks calls Nicki Minaj "basic" and Tamar Braxton joins "Dancing With The Stars"

Love her or hate her(love her!) Azealia Banks definitely speaks her mind and makes no apologies. Last night the controversial and outspoken rapper spoke out about the beef between Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj citing that both were "basic" as well as Taylor Swift. She also went on to say that they all made "basic" music. Do you agree or disagree? I would definitely say Miley Cyrus is nothing special. Everything she does or says is for shock value. It's like she has this desire to shock all the time in hopes people will forget she played "Hannah Montana" 100 years ago. On a much lighter note, Teyana Taylor and her boyfriend, Iman Shumpert are expecting their first child together. The singer revealed the news via social media of course. Congrats to the couple! Tinashe has revealed that her new album will be titled, "Joyride" which is due in November. The album's first single is said to debut in a few weeks. You excited or nah? Tamar Braxton and Chaka Khan are just two of the famous faces you will see on the new season of "Dancing With The Stars" which was announced today. Will you be watching? And did you hear that Cynthia Baily from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" got into an altercation with Porsha Williams during filming? Cynthia allegedly kicked Porsha in the stomach after Porsha called Cynthia a "bitch". There are talks that Cynthia might face a demotion now because of her actions. Porsha faced a similar fate last season when the previous season she attacked Kenya Moore during the reunion. Sounds like there's a lot of drama in the ATL even after Nene Leakes has left. What it seems like though to me is that they are just creating drama for the sake of drama. They are really desperately trying to fill the void left by Nene but I actually think this season will be fine without her. A lot of people will claim not to watch but they will because they want to see how the show is without her. Believe me, I bet the first season episode of this new season will be a season's rating high! Mark my words! Until next time people! Thanks for reading! :)
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