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Kandi Burruss-Tucker feuds with Porsha Williams over social media and Mariah Carey addresses J-LO feud

Mariah Carey has finally responded to a shady comment she made many eons ago in response to Jennifer Lopez. When asked if she knew Jennifer Lopez, Mariah responded with "I don't know her!" and Mariah said she never said it to be intentionally funny but fans ran with it and it fueled the feud between her and Lopez. What do you think? I so remember the video and interview and it was very shady and very funny. It's actually one of my favorite Mariah Carey moments. Chris Brown is releasing his new album "Royalty" on December 18. The album features the singles "Zero", "Back To Sleep", and "Liquor". Will you be copping the new Chris Brown album? I will say Chris puts these albums out like clockwork. He definitely doesn't waste time or keeps his fans waiting 14 years or more for an album. And Erykah Badu appeared on "The Breakfast Club" this morning and she talked about her relationship with Common among others noting that he is "kind" and "compassionate". Erykah's baby daddy Jay Electronica was in the building making sure host Charlemagne the God didn't disrespect Erykah. For more on that interview you can head to YouTube to look it up. And Kandi Burruss-Tucker is beefing with her "Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-star Porsha Williams joked about Kandi making fun of her butt. Andy Cohen asked Porsha on "Watch What Happens Live" if her butt was fake and apparently Porsha's reaction was misconstrued by Kandi and her fans and it led to some not so great jabs thrown between the two co-stars. Kandi denied shading Porsha's butt and said she was "buying a building" while Porsha is too busy worrying about her "ass" instead of her "ASSsets". What do you think? Petty or nah? Well folks until next time! Enjoy your Holiday weekend! I'm not sure if I will be back with any stories or not since I'll be away for a few days and I'm not sure if I'll bring my laptop with me. Thanks for reading! :)
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