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Nicki Minaj returns with new song and Nene Leakes talks "RHOA" season 9

So Nicki Minaj is featured on a new song featuring Jeremih and DJ Mustard. The song titled, "Don't Hurt Me" is currently trending on Twitter. Nicki references NBA superstars Lebron James, Steph Curry, and Michael Jordan. She also name checks the late Rick James. Fans are saying Nicki went in as normal and I can say her verses are cool but the song overall in my opinion sucks. In reality TV news, Nene Leakes sort of confirmed her involvement in season 9 of the "RHOA" which just started shooting last week. Joseline Hernandez of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" just posted the results to a polygraph test about husband boyfriend Stevie J. Joseline alleged he watches gay porn and the polygraph results which she posted on social media confirmed she was telling the truth. My thing with this is, he watches gay porn and it obviously wasn't an issue to you because you still were involved with him. Joseline is just being really hurtful and spiteful right now but its entertainment for us folks right? According to some reports the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" reunion has banned several of the cast members from the reunion in an effort to cut down on supposed violence. Scrapp, Tommie, Karen King were all uninvited. Scrapp and Karen King are in jail I thought so I guess they wouldn't be attending.
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