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Azealia Banks inks secret deal and Nicki Minaj calls out Verizon

Azealia's got a new deal
  • Azealia Banks has revealed that she has a new record deal and she is keeping mum about it. She even revealed that she "can't mess this up". She claims to be deleting all her social media sites as well. I can't count how many times we've heard that but I wish her luck. She will need it. 
  • Nicki Minaj is currently the spokesperson for T-Mobile cellular network and she's recently starred in a commercial for the company. Competitor, Verizon caught a snapshot of Nicki on a phone that said Verizon and quickly blasted the rapper. The rapper shot back claiming that the phone in question was that of her camera man and that she is a T-Mobile subscriber and will remain indebted to the company. I bet if Verizon were to offer her the right price, she'll be working for them next. What do you think? 
  • Just yesterday it was reported that Kanye West was hospitalized. Now more information has become available. It is being reported that Kanye tried to assault a gym worker and he is currently being held at the hospital for what is being described as a "temporary psychosis"; whatever that means. Many celebrities including Tameka Foster(Usher's ex-wife), rapper and friend Twista, rapper Chance the Rapper, and Kid Cudi have all sent their support to Kanye during this tough time. We all hope Kanye gets the help he needs. 

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