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Jeremih kicked off tour and Stevie J speaks out on ex-girlfriend

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  • Happy Birthday Jay Z! The rapper turns 47 today! Speaking of Jay Z, I wonder what happened to that joint album he and Beyoncé were supposed to be doing? Hey! You never know they may secretly drop it this month. There were rumors that it was dropping this month.  Two artists; J. Cole and Trina have secretly released or revealed projects this month already. Do we think Jay and Bey will? Speaking of albums, Mary J. Blige is supposed to release her new album, "Strength of a Woman" this month and I hope its good. I'm not feeling her new single, "Thick of It". Are you? 
  • Singer Jeremih has been kicked off the Summer's Over tour that he was co-headlining with PartyNextDoor. The two have been at odds for the last week or so and the most bizarre things have been happening since the tour tour. Jeremih reportedly walked off a stage during a performance and said "Fuck y'all" to a crowd(I believe that was apart of this tour). He was even rumored to have hired a stage double to perform in Houston(which he never confirmed or denied when called out about it). He's called PartyNextDoor out calling he and his team "bitch ass n!gg#s". There's been a lot of erratic behavior on Jeremih's front. Maybe he needs hospitalization. I say that in a sarcastic way but also serious. Awhile back he and his team got kicked out of a restaurant cause he trashed it after the waitress turned him down.
  • "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" star Stevie J says that he is not counting out a reconciliation with former girlfriend, Joseline Hernandez who is currently pregnant. The two have been at odds since the show ended. I thought Stevie was dating Faith Evans. Hmm seems like he still has that soft spot for Joseline. Ms. Joseline was doing something right cause she has Stevie exactly where she wants him in my opinion.
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