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Tyrese disses Tank and Iggy Azalea attacks Azealia Banks and Jay Z and Beyoncé said to divorce

Hey! I'll call this blog plot, "the beef edition" since all the news I'm reporting has to do with quarrels between lovers, former band mates, and rival rappers. The war is on between Tank and Tyrese. Formally the two singers were apart of the R&B trio TGT(Tyrese Ginuwine and Tank). Now the two singers are at odds over what Tank describes as Tyrese being greedy when it came to splitting money between the three men. Tank was caught in an airport on camera via TMZ and had some not so nice things to say about Tyrese. Of course Tyrese caught wind of this and has been throwing shade at Tank on social media all day. Personally I never liked Tyrese. I think he's very cocky and he's homophobic. I'm on team Tank! Iggy Azalea has reignited her beef with Azealia Banks after Iggy mentioned how she "still hates Azealia Banks" in the cover story of some magazine. Of course Azealia got wind of this and went ballistic on Twitter calling Iggy out and releasing a new song, "Used To Being Alone" that samples one of Iggy's songs. Iggy is currently working on a new album titled, "Digital Distortion". No word on when that will arrive and Azealia is currently laying down the finishing touches to her new mixtape, "Slay-Z". Can't wait to hear that! And finally the news that Jay Z and Beyoncé are breaking up are back again. This time reports are saying that Beyoncé broke down at Kelly Rowland's birthday party and was downing multiple drinks. Sources say Beyoncé was informing friends that she plans to divorce Jay Z. Rumors have been running rampant for years about a divorce but the couple seem stronger than ever thanks in part to various trips to basketball games. Hell, for all we know, Jay Z and Beyoncé may already be divorced! You know Beyoncé moves in silence. What do you think? Do you think Jay Z and Beyoncé's marriage is on the rocks? Who are you siding with in the beef between Tank and Tyrese or Iggy or Azeala? Sound off!
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