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Tinashe mad at Rihanna and Beyoncé and more details on infamous Jay Z elevator fight

Rihanna News: Tinashe is mad!!! The singer took to social media and disclosed that her album, "Joyride" which was set to be released in the coming weeks is not being ripped apart. The title track was given to Rihanna and will be included in a rumored "Anti" re-release. Tinashe took a jab at Beyoncé claiming she was the first to use an inspired makeup idea that Bey debuted in the video for "Sorry". Sounds like its been a bad week for Tinashe or should I say a bad last week. If that ain't enough, Chris Brown blasted her after she spoke out against him for disrespecting Kehlani. Oh shucks! Stuff like this happens all the time. Songs are passed around left and right in the industry. So good luck to Tinashe though. Maybe she should go independent. What do you think? And more on the whole Beyoncé debacle. It is being reported that Rachel Roy is indeed "Becky" and that's what Beyoncé allegedly referred to her all along. During the infamous fight that took place in the elevator between Solange & Jay-Z, its being said Rachel Roy was the reason for the fight. Beyoncé threw shade the next day by wearing an Aaliyah shirt. Dame Dash left Rachel Roy for Aaliyah years ago. But if that's not enough juice for you, Solange apparently went off on Beyoncé on that night too. She yelled at Beyoncé for letting Rachel flirt with Jay Z in her face. Funny thing is I believe all this shit! Thanks for reading! :)
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