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Lloyd gets his GED and Remy Ma to appear on "Love & Hip Hop New York"

Have you all ever wondered what happened to Lloyd? He was responsible for such hit singles as "Southside" and "You". Well turns out the singer recently got his GED and he took to social media the share the news. Now on the music front, I'm not sure what happened to him. Then again I'm not sure if he knows. In other news, Remy Ma turns up on the trailer to the new season of "Love & Hip Hop New York". The rapper is seen arguing with one of cast mates and discussing her future with her husband Papoose. "Love & Hip Hop New York" airs on December 14 on VH1. Iggy Azalea took to Twitter to voice her shock at being the topic of Erykah Badu's opening monologue on the Soul Train Awards. I'll say Iggy, be glad people are even still talking about you at this point. I certainly don't think this is the last we heard from Iggy musically. I do think she has to come pretty hard to shut the naysayers up because she has a lot of them. Cause the #1 thing people are wondering about Iggy is if she can come back out and do it all again. I guess it shall remain to be seen. Well until next time folks! Thanks for reading!
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