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Nicki Minaj throws more shots at Remy Ma in new video

In a video that has since gone viral, Nicki Minaj called out her detractors(Remy Ma) regarding her status in the game(in the industry) by spelling out P R A G U E(noting that an unnamed person(Remy Ma perhaps) can't spell) before bragging and strutting to her airplane. The video has since birthed what is being called the "#NickiMinajChallenge" where it features regular social media users as well as celebrities(actress: Zoe Kravitz) mimicking Nicki's strut after proclaiming their own frustrations in a comical way(sheesh I tried to explain the video as best I could and I still don't think I did a good job). Anyway, Jay Z is the first rapper to be inducted in the Songwriter's Hall of Fame. Jay Z thanked his admirers, fans and inspirations including Nas, Foxy Brown, Rick Ross, etc. Congrats to him! And congrats on the birth of his twin babies(if Beyoncé has given birth which I think she did) but nothing has been confirmed. In reality TV news, the new season of "RHOA(The Real Housewives of Atlanta)" returns in the Fall but rumors, news, pictures and videos involving the show's 10th season has reached a fever pitch. Just yesterday the show's veteran, Nene Leakes announced her return to the show complete with promo pictures, champagne glasses, peach(es), and some shade to her co-stars. Not one to be outdone, Kenya Moore secretly got married in St. Lucia and has confirmed the news to People magazine. People weren't buying this at first but People magazine is pretty reputable and they don't just report anything like us blogs do. If People reports it, its true. Bravo(the network that airs "RHOA") is reportedly upset at Moore for hitching without notifying the network. Allegedly Kenya wanted her nuptials to not be under the scrutiny of reality TV and she is keeping her new husband from the show. So Kenya's finally a "housewife" and she doesn't want her husband involved. I mean I get why she is doing that but this is already sure to be a monumental season. I can't wait!
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