Lil Wayne is having one hell of a dry humping week! The other night he received a lap dance from Nicki Minaj and recently in New York, Lil Wayne got a lil freaky with Young Money princess Shanell.
It looks like the Young Money president is enjoying every bit of this!
Femece Nicki Minaj ripped the stage in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center over the weekend with Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Travis Barker and others for the I AM MUSIC Tour.
The following night, Nicki gave fans and Lil Wayne a treat when she gave him a lap dance as part of her set in Long Island. Don’t know who enjoys it more…the fans or Lil Wayne.
Bow Wow recently stopped by MTV’s The Wrap Up while promoting for his “Underrated” European Tour. During the interview, he shared his thoughts on the Cash Money label, Nicki Minaj’s audition for the film “Lottery Ticket” and being underrated.
I’m Cash Money, but you know we’re all under the same umbrella. It’s all the same thing we screaming out, ‘YMCMB.’ We’re all under one umbrella and that’s what it is, we all fit together well because we’re all so different. Nicki is the first female rapper on the label, Drake is the new artist and you’ve got Wayne, he’s a rock star. Then myself, I’m like the triple threat. I do the movies; I do the music, so we all contribute off of each other. I can open up doors in Hollywood for my team mates and just try to make things easier for them. Nicki wants to do movies; she was supposed to be in ‘Lottery Ticket’, a lot of people didn’t know that. She actually auditioned; I set it up and everything. So that’s just the power that I have, that’s what I can do, so it’s really all about just helping each other. Continue reading
The Harujuku Barbie Nicki Minaj covers Black Book’s March Pop issue. The five page feature in the magazine includes an in-depth interview that details the ups and downs on her rise to fame. She talked about many topics including her twitter followers, the Lady Gaga Comparisons and Diddy rumors. Check out a few quotes below:
On her Image
When I started making those weird voices, a lot of people told me how whack it was. ‘What the f*ck are you doing?,’ they’d say. ‘Why do you sound like that? That doesn’t sound sexy to me.’ And then I started saying, ‘Oh, that’s not sexy to you? Good. I’m going to do it more. Maybe I don’t want to be sexy to you today.’
I’m definitely playing a role, I’m an entertainer, and that’s what entertainers do. That’s what people pay for. They don’t pay to see me roll out of bed with crust in my eyes, and say: Hey guys, this is me, authentic. They pay for a show. When I started doing all that weird stuff, I never thought in a million years that it would mean more people would start listening to my music, It was basically a ‘f*ck you’ to everyone who told me what to do and who to be. Continue reading
Lil Kim has finally dropped the video for her “Black Friday” diss track against her arch nemesis Nicki Minaj.
Everybody is throwing shade at Lil Kim for refusing to let up on her beef with Nicki, but I think it’s good for femcees and the female rap game. It’s not like Trina or Eve are doing anything worth mentioning…
Kim also took to Twitter to thank for fans for buying more than 100k of her “Black Friday” mixtape.
That’s an amazing feat, especially considering no one is buying records these days (please refer to Ciara & Soulja Boy for further analysis).
Now, I’m all for the Lil Kim-Nicki Minaj beef but I’m gonna need to see some receipts on this one.
Ciara turned heads as she stepped on the Red Carpet for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards last night. The R&B singer looked stunning in her barely-there Emilio Pucci gown.
Rihanna hit the Red Carpet in a dress by Jean-Paul Gaultier dress. Love the sexuality of this gown and how she is sticking with the red hair.
The Young Money Crew hit the Grammys Red Carpet. Lil Wayne and Tyga looked dressed down while Nicki Minaj didn’t disappoint with her always over-the-top fashion choices.
Check out other celebs to see who was hot and who was not! Continue reading
First no Grammy nods and now this? Damn Trey…
A production company is suing Trey Songz and others (including Kodak) for some major cash over Trigga’s smash single “Bottoms Up.”
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