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Lil' Mama throws shade at Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown caught on tape arguing at basketball game

Nicki dropping it low.
  • Lil' Mama threw some major shade at Nicki Minaj on Instagram. She posted a picture of Lil' Kim, saying that Kim inspired everyone to wanna wear pink hair before going on to quote Misa Hilton(Diddy's first baby mama) saying "respect the architect". I'm not sure exactly what Lil' Mama has against Nicki Minaj but she has been sending shots her way for awhile. Whether or not Nicki has responded, you'd have to listen closely to any of her latest songs. It's almost like Lil' Mama is asking for Nicki to come at her but I think it would be an interesting battle between the two though. What do you think? 
  • Chris Brown was caught on video at a charity basketball game arguing with someone and police were allegedly called. I'm not sure what all the ruckus was about but Chris really needs to keep himself out of trouble and while he's at it, he needs to gain some weight. He's looking a little frail these days don't you think? 
  • Bell Biv Devoe are back and if you don't know who they are, you need to do your homework! But I will be nice and introduce them to you, they are 3 of the original members of New Edition, Ricky Bell, Mike Bivens, and Ronnie Devoe. In 1990, the had a hit single with "Poison". Now the trio are back with a new single titled, "Run". Now I haven't heard the song yet but hopefully its good! 
  • They're saying Future is coming for Ciara on a new song titled, "How It Feel". I haven't heard the song yet and for some reason, I'm not in a rush to hear it. I'm kinda over Ciara and the Ciara dissing songs. Has she retired from being a singer now? But Future must really feel some kind of way about Ciara moving on and marrying that football player man. What do you think?
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