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L.A. Reid leaves Epic Records and Future posts message to Ciara

L.A. Reid, the man behind the careers of TLC, Mariah Carey, and Whitney Houston has left his post at Epic Records. On top of that he is being sued for sexual harassment by an Epic employee. I wonder is that why he left? For those of you unfamiliar with L.A. Reid, he started LaFace Records with Babyface and he was formerly married to 80s R&B singer Perri "Pebbles" Reid back in the day. He was also rumored to have had a fling with Chili from TLC, something both have denied over the years. Speaking of Epic Records, Future(who records for Epic Records) has everyone talking in a good way when he posted a sentimental message to Ciara for Mother's Day. It comes on the heels of Ciara's husband, Russell Wilson catching flack for including Future and Ciara's song, Future as his "family". If you think about it, Russell is Future's son stepfather so he is his family. I don't see the big deal. People need to find something else to go on about. In new music news, Azealia Banks is supposed to release a new single on her birthday May 31. The single is rumored to be titled, "Escapades" and will appear on her new mixtape, "Fantasea 2: The Second Wave" which currently doesn't have a release date. Faith Evans will release "The King and I" on May 19 featuring the single, "Legacy". Lil' Kim guests on the album and like everyone else, I'm eager to hear their collaboration. In reality TV news, Matt Jordan and Peter Thomas from "RHOA" were caught on tape fighting over money disputes. Peter had a private conversation with Matt about receiving money from his girlfriend, Kenya Moore and Matt blurted it out on air causing a melee between the two. I'm sure Bravo wishes they were there to catch the footage. This kind of drama can insure a spot on next season for Cynthia Bailey(Peter's ex-wife) and Kenya(Matt's ex-girlfriend). Andy Cohen, EP(Executive Producer) of "RHOA"(Real Housewives of Atlanta) says they plan to discuss who will return for the show's landmark 10th season. The rumor mill says Nene Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann are set to return. Will you be watching?
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