[[tmz:video id=”1_ing2d7jf”]] Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is taking her dance routines to our nation’s capital — brushing off her GOP haters and showcasing the dance moves they shaded … right outside her Congressional office.…
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It takes time for wounds to heal.
It has been a rocky road for Kesha Norman and C.J. Mosley on WAGS Atlanta. The couple decided to take a little break after C.J. discovered that Kesha…
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Documented struggle rapper Azealia Banks decided to do nothing productive and instead come for Remy Ma. The Bronx rapper collected her receipts and has clapped back furiously.
It all started when Banks shaded the hell out of Remy in an Instagram post. After feeling slighted by Remy in a recent interview, Banks proceeded to say the “All The Way Up” rapper is “not important to female rap” and is nothing more than a Nicki Minaj stan nowadays, amongst other slander.
But then Remy proceeded to share texts from Azealia Banks where the “212” rapper was praising her. Actually, it was borderline butt kissing, no shots.
Then Azealia came back with this remix of her first suspect message…
So much tea.
But Remy has all types of receipts. See on the flip.
President Donald Trump isn’t interested in being named Time magazine’s “Person of the Year.”
POTUS took to Twitter on Friday claiming he turned down the widely-respected…
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DJ Akademiks might not be as soft as Joe Budden says he is, this after the media personality clapped back at Vic Mensa. Since the Chicago artist’s appearance on Budden and Akademik’s Everday Struggle show with Complex, things between the two have been less than rosy.
Mensa was a recent guest the Desus & Mero show, where he continued his verbal assault on Akademiks. The start of their ongoing row began when Mensa sat down with the Everday Struggle squad in June and unleashed a tirade of expletives and other unpleasant terms. He turned up the heat once more with the D&M gang during their “Rainbow” segment and referring to his media rival by spelling “F*ck DJ Wackademiks.”
DJ Akademiks addressed the jab, saying that all he’s been seeing is Mensa throwing shots about the interview instead of promoting his upcoming album, The Autobiography. After ES co-host Nadeska Alexis threw a question in the direction of Akademiks regarding the removal of a lyric under Jay-Z’s suggestion, he responded in kind by sarcastically plugging Mensa’s new project.
Check out Akademiks firing back on Vic Mensa in the clip below around the 4;55 mark. Let us know in the comments if Akademiks redeemed himself.
— DESUS & MERO (@desusandmero) July 27, 2017
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Master P let off some steam to paps suggesting strongly that Kobe Bryant and The Kardashian family could have done more for embattled basketball star Lamar Odom.
Now, Kobe Bryant, who played with Odom on the L.A. Lakers, has replied to the rap mogul via social media.
“When WE feel the need to question the support of others in moments as critical as a life hanging in the balance, then we must question the kind of culture we have created that has led US to such insensitive suspicion,” Kobe said in a messaged that may have come from the internet. Finally, in his own words, he said “#justpray.”
Odom, on life support, is in the fight of his life right now and has suffered several strokes, organ failure and other ailments. Doctors give him a 50/50 chance at survival.
The Kardashians and Bryant have been visiting Odom in the hospital. The ex-hooper is still technically married to Kloe Kardashian, which means she may have to make a life-or-death decision for him.
The Kardashians have not commented at press time.
Recently, Geraldo Rivera came for Kendrick Lamar, saying the Compton native’s performance at the BET Awards sent the “wrong message.” The “Alright” rapper responded to FOX News pundits nonsense on TMZ Live, with nothing but truth.
Rivera felt Kendrick spitting atop a vandalized cop car, in protest to police brutality, wasn’t a good message to send to Black kids.
“The problem isn’t me standing on a cop car,” Kendrick told TMZ. “I think his attempt is really diluting the real problem, which the killing of these young boys out here. For the most part, it’s avoiding the truth. This is reality. This is my world, this is what I talk about in my music. You can’t dilute that. Me being on the cop car that’s the performance peace after these senseless acts.”
Kendrick stressed that his music actually inspires kids to react in a positive manner while touching on issues that are problems in the hood.
Most people who actually listen to his music—unlike Geraldo Rivera—would know that. Watch K. Dot speak his truth below.
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