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Nicki Minaj shades ex and Azealia Banks calls out singer for stealing her style

I'll call this blog entry, the "Fight Club Edition" as all the stories are primarily about fights that have taken place on social media today. First I'll start with Nicki Minaj since I'm using her "Anaconda" album cover. Nicki had some choice words for an unnamed person on Twitter with many assuming she's talking about ex, Safaree Samuels. Nicki tweeted that "poorting" gets upset seeing her happy or something to that effect. Safaree caught the shade and clapped back allegedly that Nicki relies too heavily on Percocets, a narcotic used to treat severe pain. Ouch! I wonder is it to treat the pain in the ass that is Safaree or her butt job! Ha! If that's not enough beef for ya, Kevin Mccall who famously guested on Chris Brown's, "Dueces" has been beefing with the singer for quite some time. Kevin is obviously upset over Chris not supporting him and some other jargon. Kevin has been feeling the heat lately in addition to his exchanges with Chris, he's been battling baby mama and ex, Eva Marcille. He got upset when he saw Eva's new man holding the child they share together. Honestly I'm not sure what Chris said back to Kevin and I really don't care. I do know that Chris probably got him right together. Moving on, Azealia Banks and Zayn formerly of One Direction got in a Twitter feud after Azealia accused the singer of ripping of her style from her "Chasing Time" video. Zayn shot back by giving his fans Azealia's phone #. Azealia suggested Zayn "eat her ass" among other things! I mean its no surprise that bigger artists take from lesser know artists or artists that are not on same plateau. Beyoncé does it all the time! I say she's creative but not original but that's another story. More news on the way! Stay tuned!
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