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Future blasted by promoter and Janet Jackson cancels more tour dates

So there's a lot of ground to cover here so let's get right into it. Future is being blasted by a promoter for not showing up for a performance. The promoter claims Future was paid in full but was too scared to enter the venue. Hmm..I wonder what Future has to say about this. And I read that Janet Jackson has canceled the UK portion of her tour. Rumors are that tickets are not moving at all. Poor Janet! I kinda wanna see her this June if she still plans on coming here, then again she might cancel that too. I just think people are not too into her tour because its not like her other tours. Janet is basically just performing in one outfit and barely dancing. I don't think she's all into it at the moment to be honest. Still love her Janet though and her "Unbreakable" album was one of my favorites last year. Keri Hilson is back with a new album titled,"L.I.A.R." The acronym stands for Love Is A Religion. Personally I think she should of went with the full title instead of the acronym. To me she is only setting herself up for more ridicule like she experienced years ago. If you recall Keri Hilson publicly alluded to her dislike for Beyoncé and the Beyhive at her ass up for it. She really hasn't recovered from it yet but hopefully her new music will deliver. And last but certainly not least, LL Cool J said he is coming back with a new album and he is starting work on it right away. LL tweeted that he was retiring only to come back and surprise fans with news of a new album! Well that's it folks! Thanks for reading! :)
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