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Young Thug claps back at The Game and Sisqo sues over royalties

The Game appeared on "The Breakfast Club" last week and said things between him and Young Thug were patched up. He said things got "real", though he didn't elaborate on what that meant. Young Thug soon shot back with a FaceTime video of The Game apologizing to him for coming at him in defense of Lil' Wayne. Young Thug also had some harsh words for The Game and "The Breakfast Club" host Charlemagne the God. Young Thug took things one step further by posting old pics of The Game when he was a stripper. It's funny because I forgot about Game being a stripper. Didn't you? Speaking of strippers, Sisqo is suing over royalties he has yet to receive for his hit song, "Thong Song" as well as other songs. He claims he is owed $600,000 dollars. I say pay the man his money because he's probably out here looking bummy. Maybe he should do "Dancing With The Stars" next season. That's of course if they ask him. Or maybe he's too washed up to be asked. What do you think? And if you missed it, Momma Dee from "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" got arrested for allegedly skipping out on a $500 food bill at a restaurant with friends. Apparently Momma Dee was drunk and forgot to pay or some jargon that went down with her thirsty friends. Well folks until next time! Thanks for reading! And hey have you checked out the "RHOA" trailer? You should.
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