Rihanna and Ciara fans got a taste of R&Beef when the sexy singers got into a war of words on Twitter this past Friday night.
Rhi-Rhi took offense to Ci Ci’s comments on E!’s “Fashion Police,” where Ciara mentioned that her last encounter with the Barbados beauty was less than positive. A few minutes later, Rihanna took to Twitter to retaliate, prompting a cat fight for all the world to see.
How Did It All Go Down?
Rihanna‘s dad Ronald Fenty says he has forgiven Chris Brown for beating his daughter – but pities him.
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Why is it that Hip-Hop can call it “beef”, but mega-stars who beef is simply called a “feud’? Didn’t know there were classifications…What’s Beef?
Prince and Madonna appear to have ended their decades-long feud.
Over the last couple of days, Raz-B of the former group B2K has been thinking out loud on Twitter about his infactuation with faux red-head Rihanna, and dissing Chris Brown in the process.
Breezy is not amused, and went after Raz-B…hard!
Tyrese has had it with all the media whores. He took to his Twitter account to express his feelings on the recent uprise in fake celebrity couples.
And we see where he’s coming from. From Kanye and Selita Ebanks to Kanye and Kim Kardashian, from Amber Rose and Fabolous to Amber Rose and Reggie Bush, it’s hard to tell what relationships are real and which are made for the public eye.
One of the most respected female MCs in the game weighs in on Nicky Minaj vs Lil’ Kim. MC Lyte gives her take…
Telling VH1, “Those who really need to be worried by Nicki’s record is Fergie, Gwen Stefani, Nelly Furtado… Nicki is coming out to win. She’s not thinking of the block. She’s not just thinking of the city. So she’s able to handle so many areas of what it takes right now to be an international star.”
Parliament funk pioneer George Clinton is suing hip-pop group the Black Eyed Peas for copyright infringement after the band allegedly twice sampled his 1979 hit “(Not Just) Knee Deep” — first for a 2003 single and again on their Grammy-nominated 2009 comeback album, The E.N.D..
According to the complaint, filed on Friday in US District Court in Los Angeles and obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Clinton’s song wound up in remixes of the Black Eyed Peas’ “Shut Up,” first released in 2003.
“(Not Just) Knee Deep” appeared on his 1979 album Uncle Jam Wants You and ran more than 15 minutes long. Upon release, the hit rose to No. 1 on Billboard’s Black Singles Chart and went on to be sampled by host of artists such as, De La Soul, LL Cool J, MC Hammer, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac.