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French Montana brings out Trina at Bad Boy concert and Kendrick Lamar voices support for Lil' Wayne

Trina gets bad
  • In a surprising turn of events, French Montana brought out his rumored ex-girlfriend, Trina during the Miami leg of the Bad Boy reunion tour. Trina performed her underground hit song, "Fuck Boy" which many have speculated is about French Montana. French pranced around the stage with a towel on his head as Trina rapped to the backing trap, barely keeping up with it. I heard Lil' Kim also had a similar problem. Anyway, Trina also did her hit song, "Nann Nigga" sans Trick Daddy but brought the house down regardless. So, like many people I was surprised to see Trina onstage with French Montana but I guess its safe to say the two have buried whatever beef they had in the past. Good for them!
  • Nicki Minaj has a new T-Mobile commercial and to me she looks very different. I'm not sure if she got some more work done on her face or does she have a new makeup artist. Something is off but I'm not sure what it is. It's not a bad look. She just looks really different to me. Has anyone else seen this commercial and thought the same thing? 
  • Kendrick Lamar is the latest rapper to voice his support for Lil' Wayne following his cryptic tweet a week ago. That cryptic tweet left many scratching their head but also wondering if Wayne was going to throw in the towel. Kendrick joins Chris Brown, Young Thug, Nicki Minaj, and many others who have supported Wayne. Wayne just released a new song on Tidal called "Grateful". Have you heard it? 
  • It seems that things are "peach(y)" again between Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams. It was reported that the two had a fight during filming of the new season of "Real Housewives of Atlanta". The two were seen all smiles via Kandi's Snapchat along with Phaedra Parks and a new mystery woman. There is said to be some beef between Kenya Moore and Shereé Whitfield as well. On Kenya's Instagram page, she posted a picture of her sister and in her location posted "Chateau Shereé by Shebroke by Shereé". Ouch! Looks like we are definitely going to be in for another drama filled season! I can't wait!
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