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A brief American Music Awards recap and then some

Nicki Minaj was seen last night during the American Music Awards throwing major shade towards Jennifer Lopez as she danced to Minaj's hit single, "Anaconda". Nicki says her looks weren't meant to be shady but instead it was her looking at her own reflection over the monitors. What do you think? Was Nicki being shady? And speaking of shady Nicki's ex Safaree took to social media to congratulate himself for winning several awards last night that were won by Nicki Minaj. If you recall Safaree is suing Nicki over what he claims is credit for his work on all three of her albums. Speaking of American Music Awards, I didn't watch the whole telecast and that's why you don't see a recap. I usually watch the awards shows but this one was rather boring so I was turning my TV a lot. I did see The Weeknd collect a few awards. Rihanna won. Celine Dion performed. Demi Levato performed. What else happened? Apparently Tank was feeling some kind of way! He went on social media and blasted the American Music Awards for not honoring Tyrese or "Real Music" aka Soul Music like the category suggests. I mean, we all know that the award shows these days are all based on popularity. The person who wins may not actually deserve the award but since their popular, they usually win. Throughout the telecast there were commercials for Rihanna's new "AntiDiary" page which unlocks several channels to Rihanna's discography among other things. It was revealed today(to me anyway) that Rihanna's "Anti" album will be available on TIDAL on November 27, Black Friday and a week later physically on December 4. Well about damn time! Rihanna has been teasing with this album forever! Well until next time folks! Thanks for reading! :)
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