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Azealia Banks disses Rihanna and is Keyshia Cole and Bow Wow dating?

Azealia Banks is obviously still feeling salty for being left off of Rihanna's new album but shit happens. Anyway Azealia called out Rihanna saying her new video for her single, "Work" is a retread of Beyoncé's "Baby Boy" video. Azealia later deleted the tweet but leave it up to Azealia to kick up dust and start shit. Meanwhile Azealia finally released her new single, "The Big Big Beat" to rave reviews of course. So have you seen the "Work" video and does it remind you of "Baby Boy" or nah? "Work" is also the #1 single on Billboard Hot 100 this week giving Rihanna her 14th #1 single on that chart. Over the weekend on social media Bow Wow posted a picture of a woman rubbing his head which was later identified as Keyshia Cole. Keyshia Cole has yet to comment on the photo. But what an odd pairing if this is true. But then again Keyshia Cole's taste in men varies from Young Jeezy to Daniel "Boobie" Gibson(her husband or ex-husband), Baby "Birdman" and now Bow Wow. What do you think? Do you think these two have a thang going on? Speaking of couples, Ne-yo got married this weekend and his kids from his previous relationship were not present at the wedding. Ne-yo's wife is also nine months pregnant so she is due any day now. I still say Ne-yo is gay. I don't care how many wives and kids he has. Anyway congrats to him and his family!
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