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Rihanna in hot water over her admiration for Lebron James and Iggy Azalea ends relationship with fiancé

Rihanna has caused a storm of controversy after posting several posts on her Instagram page regarding Lebron James. Rihanna, on several occasions has referred to the married James as "bae" upon congratulating him on his win in the NBA Finals last night. A few weeks ago Rihanna posted a picture of herself with the #23 on her body, which looked like it was sprayed in whipped cream. The act was seen as sexually suggestive and very inappropriate to many. So the question today on New York's "The Breakfast Club" radio show was, did Rihanna go too far in her love and admiration for Lebron James? If you recall Rihanna has referenced Lebron on her hit song, "Bitch Better Have My Money". Do you think Rihanna is being inappropriate or simply fanning out like the rest of the Lebron James' fans? In other music news, it looks as if things are over for couple, Iggy Azalea and her NBA player boyfriend, Nick Young. Iggy posted on social media she can no longer trust Young after a video leaked of him describing his sexual encounter with some groupie girl. Nick Young confirmed the news of the breakup on his social media stating that he was "single". Over the weekend Lil' Mama unleashed a nasty freestyle over a Drake song which many believe was a shot at Nicki Minaj. Nicki Minaj recently released a song with DJ Mustard and Jeremih. Nicki made her usual references to other females being her "sons" and Lil' Mama responded to that and she has many people talking and the Barbz(Nicki Minaj's fans) in an uproar. Have you heard the new Lil' Mama freestyle? It's not bad! And I read that we may get treated to some old Prince music that's been in the vaults and Bobby Brown says he believes that Nick Gordon was Whitney Houston's drug dealer. I see I will have to pick up a copy of Bobby Brown's book. He has been throwing around a lot of accusations lately!
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